MolluscaBase source details

Papp, A. (1953). Die Molluskenfauna des Pannon des Wiener Beckens. Mitteilungen der geologischen Gesellschaft in Wien. 44, 85-222.
193763
Papp, A.
1953
Die Molluskenfauna des Pannon des Wiener Beckens
Mitteilungen der geologischen Gesellschaft in Wien
44, 85-222
Publication
Available for editors  PDF available [request]
RIS (EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite, RefWorks)
BibTex (BibDesk, LaTeX)
Date
action
by
2014-10-31 07:36:02Z
created
2014-11-03 18:54:51Z
changed

Aluta producta unicarinata (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Brasovia producta unicarinata (Jekelius, 1944) † (additional source)
Amnicola (Amnicola) minima (Lörenthey, 1893) † accepted as Pseudamnicola minima (Lörenthey, 1893) † (new combination reference)
Brotia escheri auingeri (Handmann, 1882) † accepted as Tinnyea escheri (Merian, 1849) † accepted as Tinnyea lauraea (Matheron, 1843) † (additional source)
Caspia (Baglivia) sopronensis (Hoernes, 1897) † accepted as Baglivia ambigua Brusina, 1892 † (additional source)
Caspia (Caspia) acicula Brusina, 1892 † accepted as Socenia acicula (Brusina, 1892) † (new combination reference)
Caspia (Caspia) frauenfeldi (M. Hörnes, 1856) † represented as Caspia frauenfeldi (M. Hörnes, 1856) † (additional source)
Caspia (Caspia) vujici Brusina, 1892 † accepted as Caspia latior (Sandberger, 1886) † (basis of record)
Caspia (Socenia) Jekelius, 1944 † accepted as Socenia Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Caspia (Socenia) acicula Brusina, 1892 † accepted as Socenia acicula (Brusina, 1892) † (basis of record)
Caspia (Socenia) incerta Brusina, 1892 † accepted as Socenia incerta (Brusina, 1892) † (basis of record)
Caspia (Socenia) politioanei (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Socenia politioanei Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Caspia (Socenia) soceni (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Socenia soceni Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Caspia (Socenia) soceni turislavica (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Socenia soceni Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Caspia (Socenia) tenella (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Socenia tenella Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Caspia acicula Brusina, 1892 † accepted as Socenia acicula (Brusina, 1892) † (new combination reference)
Cyclostoma minima Lörenthey, 1893 † accepted as Pseudamnicola minima (Lörenthey, 1893) † (new combination reference)
Goniochilus banaticus (Brusina, 1881) † (additional source)
Goniochilus banaticus banaticus (Brusina, 1881) † (additional source)
Goniochilus formosum (Troll, 1907) † accepted as Goniochilus glandulinus formosus (Troll, 1907) † (additional source)
Goniochilus glandulinus formosus (Troll, 1907) † (additional source)
Goniochilus variabilis (Lörenthey, 1902) † (additional source)
Hydrobia (Baglivia) ambigua (Brusina, 1892) † accepted as Baglivia ambigua Brusina, 1892 † (basis of record)
Hydrobia (Caspia) acicula (Brusina, 1892) † accepted as Socenia acicula (Brusina, 1892) † (new combination reference)
Hydrobia (Hydrobia) testulata Papp, 1953 † accepted as Hydrobia pseudocornea Brusina, 1902 † (original description)
Hydrobia (Odontohydrobia) Pavlović, 1927 † accepted as Odontohydrobia Pavlović, 1927 † (basis of record)
Hydrobia (Odontohydrobia) leobersdorfensis Papp, 1953 † accepted as Odontohydrobia leobersdorfensis (Papp, 1953) † (original description)
Melanopsis (Canthidomus) bouei var. multicostata Handmann, 1882 † accepted as Melanopsis bouei multicostata Handmann, 1882 † (status source)
Melanopsis (Canthidomus) nodifera Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis varicosa nodifera Handmann, 1887 † (status source)
Melanopsis (Homalia) fuchsi Handmann, 1882 † accepted as Melanopsis fuchsi Handmann, 1882 † (status source)
Melanopsis (Homalia) pygmaea var. mucronata Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis pygmaea mucronata Handmann, 1887 † (status source)
Melanopsis (Martinia) vindobonensis var. contigua Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis vindobonensis Fuchs, 1870 † (status source)
Melanopsis austriaca austriaca Handmann, 1882 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis bouei multicostata Handmann, 1882 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis bouei rarispina Lörenthey, 1902 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis bouei spinosa Handmann, 1882 † (additional source)
Melanopsis bouei sturii Fuchs, 1873 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis eulimopsis Brusina, 1902 † (additional source)
Melanopsis fossilis constricta Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis fossilis handmanniana Fischer, 1996 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis fossilis pseudoimpressa Papp, 1953 † accepted as Melanopsis pseudoimpressa Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Melanopsis fuchsi Handmann, 1882 † (status source)
Melanopsis impressa bonellii Manzoni, 1870 † accepted as Melanopsis bonellii Manzoni, 1870 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis impressa posterior Papp, 1953 † accepted as Melanopsis posterior Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Melanopsis impressa pseudonarzolina Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Melanopsis multicostata Handmann, 1882 † accepted as Melanopsis bouei multicostata Handmann, 1882 † (status source)
Melanopsis nodifera Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis varicosa nodifera Handmann, 1887 † (status source)
Melanopsis pseudoaustriaca Sauerzopf, 1952 † accepted as Melanopsis pseudaustriaca Sauerzopf, 1952 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis pygmaea eulimopsis Brusina, 1902 † accepted as Melanopsis eulimopsis Brusina, 1902 † (additional source)
Melanopsis pygmaea mucronata Handmann, 1887 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis pygmaea turrita Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis pygmaea hispidula Pallary, 1916 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis rarispina Lörenthey, 1902 † accepted as Melanopsis bouei rarispina Lörenthey, 1902 † (status source)
Melanopsis rugosa Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis wolfgangfischeri Neubauer, Harzhauser, Kroh, Georgopoulou & Mandic, 2014 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis scalariformis Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Melanopsis sinzowi Lörenthey, 1902 † accepted as Melanopsis bouei spinosa Handmann, 1882 † (source of synonymy)
Melanopsis textilis Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis inermis Handmann, 1882 † (additional source)
Melanopsis tortispina Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Melanopsis turrita Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Melanopsis pygmaea hispidula Pallary, 1916 † (additional source)
Melanopsis varicosa nodifera Handmann, 1887 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis varicosa varicosa Handmann, 1882 † (basis of record)
Melanopsis vindobonensis contigua Handmann, 1887 † (basis of record)
Micromelania (Goniochilus) banatica Brusina, 1881 † accepted as Goniochilus banaticus (Brusina, 1881) † (additional source)
Micromelania (Goniochilus) banatica fuchsi Papp, 1953 † accepted as Goniochilus banaticus fuchsi (Papp, 1953) † (original description)
Micromelania (Goniochilus) breviformis Papp, 1953 † accepted as Goniochilus breviformis (Papp, 1953) † (original description)
Micromelania (Goniochilus) glandulina formosa (Troll, 1907) † accepted as Goniochilus glandulinus formosus (Troll, 1907) † (basis of record)
Micromelania (Goniochilus) glandulina haidingeri (Stoliczka, 1862) † accepted as Goniochilus glandulinus haidingeri (Stoliczka, 1862) † (basis of record)
Micromelania (Micromelania) leobersdorfensis Papp, 1953 † represented as Micromelania leobersdorfensis Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Micromelania (Micromelania) letochae (Fuchs, 1873) † represented as Micromelania letochae (Fuchs, 1873) † (basis of record)
Micromelania (Micromelania) sulcata Brusina, 1892 † accepted as Micromelania sulculata Brusina, 1892 † (basis of record)
Micromelania banatica Brusina, 1881 † accepted as Goniochilus banaticus (Brusina, 1881) † (additional source)
Micromelania letochae (Fuchs, 1873) † (additional source)
Nematurella ovoidea Pavlović, 1927 † accepted as Stenothyrella ovoidea (Pavlović, 1927) † (additional source)
Nematurella pupula Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Stenothyrella pupula (Handmann, 1887) † (new combination reference)
Nerita brenneri Handmann, 1882 † accepted as Theodoxus (Theodoxus) brenneri (Handmann, 1882) † represented as Theodoxus brenneri (Handmann, 1882) † (new combination reference)
Neritina leobersdorfensis Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Theodoxus (Theodoxus) leobersdorfensis (Handmann, 1887) † represented as Theodoxus leobersdorfensis (Handmann, 1887) † (new combination reference)
Neritina leobersdorfensis var. oblonga Handmann, 1887 † accepted as Theodoxus (Theodoxus) leobersdorfensis oblongus (Handmann, 1887) † represented as Theodoxus leobersdorfensis oblongus (Handmann, 1887) † (new combination reference)
Neritina mariae Handmann, 1887 † (additional source)
Neritodonta zografi Brusina, 1902 † accepted as Theodoxus (Theodoxus) zografi (Brusina, 1902) † represented as Theodoxus zografi (Brusina, 1902) † (status source)
Orygoceras fuchsi filocinctum Brusina, 1892 † (additional source)
Pseudamnicola (Andrussowiella) carasiensis (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Tanousia carasiensis (Jekelius, 1944) † (basis of record)
Pseudamnicola (Pseudamnicola) minima (Lörenthey, 1893) † represented as Pseudamnicola minima (Lörenthey, 1893) † (basis of record)
Pseudamnicola (Staja) pseudoatropida (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Staja pseudoatropida Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Pseudamnicola (Staja) turislavica (Jekelius, 1944) † accepted as Staja turislavica Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Staja pseudoatropida Jekelius, 1944 † (additional source)
Staja turislavica Jekelius, 1944 † (additional source)
Stenothyrella ovoidea (Pavlović, 1927) † (additional source)
Theodoxus (Calvertia) zografi (Brusina, 1902) † represented as Theodoxus (Theodoxus) zografi (Brusina, 1902) † represented as Theodoxus zografi (Brusina, 1902) † (status source)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) brenneri (Handmann, 1882) † represented as Theodoxus brenneri (Handmann, 1882) † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) eugenii Jekelius, 1944 † represented as Theodoxus eugenii Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) eugenii longatolineatus Papp, 1953 † represented as Theodoxus eugenii longatolineatus Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) intracarpaticus Jekelius, 1944 † represented as Theodoxus intracarpaticus Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) leobersdorfensis (Handmann, 1887) † represented as Theodoxus leobersdorfensis (Handmann, 1887) † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) leobersdorfensis dacicus Jekelius, 1944 † represented as Theodoxus leobersdorfensis dacicus Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) leobersdorfensis leobersdorfensis (Handmann, 1887) † represented as Theodoxus leobersdorfensis leobersdorfensis (Handmann, 1887) † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) leobersdorfensis oblongus (Handmann, 1887) † represented as Theodoxus leobersdorfensis oblongus (Handmann, 1887) † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) moosbrunnensis Papp, 1953 † represented as Theodoxus moosbrunnensis Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) postcrenulatus Papp, 1953 † represented as Theodoxus postcrenulatus Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) soceni Jekelius, 1944 † represented as Theodoxus soceni Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) tortuosus Jekelius, 1944 † represented as Theodoxus tortuosus Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) turislavicus Jekelius, 1944 † represented as Theodoxus turislavicus Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) turislavicus macrostriatus Papp, 1953 † represented as Theodoxus turislavicus macrostriatus Papp, 1953 † (original description)
Theodoxus (Theodoxus) turislavicus turislavicus Jekelius, 1944 † represented as Theodoxus turislavicus turislavicus Jekelius, 1944 † (basis of record)
 Type locality

Mödling (Eichkogel), Lower Austria, Austria; Tortonian (mammal zone MN 11), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Vösendorf, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone E), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone B), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone B), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Moosbrunn, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone F-G), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (brickyard Polsterer) ("Leobersdorf Ziegelei"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Götzendorf, Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone F), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Leobersdorf (sand pit) ("Leobersdorf Sandgrube"), Lower Austria, Austria; Pannonian (zone C), late Miocene [details]

 Type locality

Mödling (Eichkogel) ("Eichkogel bei Mödling"), Lower Austria, Austria; Tortonian (mammal zone MN 11), late Miocene [details]


This service is powered by LifeWatch Belgium
Learn more»
Website and databases developed and hosted by Flanders Marine Institute · Page generated on 2020-06-06 06:21:23+02:00 · Contact: Data Management Team