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  Conus ebraeus Linnaeus, 1758.

  1. Taylor (see Braithwaite et al.,1973). Phil.Trans.Roy.Soc.,B266:307ff., Pleistocene.
  2. Lorie. Phil.Trans.Roy.Soc.,B266:307ff., Pleistocene.
  3. 1969, Kosuge. Bull. Nat'l. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 12:787., Pleistocene.
  4. 1997, Kohn. Mar. Flora Fauna Houtman Abrolhos Is., Western Australia, p. 125, Pleistocene.

  • Species and Author: ebraeus Linnaeus
  • Record Author: Taylor (see Braithwaite et al.,1973)
  • Citation: Phil.Trans.Roy.Soc.,B266:307ff.
  • Epoch: Pleistocene
  • Country or State: Aldabra
  • Region: IO
  • Location: Aldabra

  • Species and Author: ebraeus Linnaeus (aff.)
  • Record Author: Lorie

  • Species and Author: ebraeus Linnaeus
  • Record Author: Kosuge
  • Record Date: 1969
  • Citation: Bull. Nat'l. Sci. Mus. Tokyo 12:787.
  • Epoch: Pleistocene
  • Country or State: Hawaii
  • Region: OCE
  • Location: Oahu

  • Species and Author: ebraeus Linnaeus
  • Record Author: Kohn
  • Record Date: 1997
  • Citation: Mar. Flora Fauna Houtman Abrolhos Is., Western Australia, p. 125
  • Epoch: Pleistocene
  • Country or State: Australia
  • Region: AUS
  • Location: "E. Wallabi Is., Houtman Abrolhos, Western Australia"

The paleo database lists all literature records of fossil Conus that have come to our attention. Each record comprises the following entries: species and author, record author, record date and literature citation of the record, epoch and subepoch, formation or group, country or state, geographic region, and location. Only those categories with information in the original record are listed. In general, the database contains raw data, that is the species and stratigraphic determinations are as stated by the original authors and have not been critically reviewed. However, in some cases where modifications of stratigraphic positions or species determination since the original publication have come to our attention, these are also given, in a row labeled 'Updates.' These include subsequent designations of epoch, stage, and taxonomic revision, and the reference.

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