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Version 45.00 started going live 22nd January, 2019. This release will incorporate significant changes to many families.

Cinguloterebra anilis

(Röding, P.F., 1798) Shell size 15 - 111 mm C Indo-W Pacific
Taxonomic Information
open bookPage/Plate
Mus. Bolten IIp 95
Molluscs of Okinawap 131/3
Encyclopedia of Marine Gastropodsp 437/14
The Shell Handbookp 199
Hamlyn Guide to Shells of the Worldp 294
Living Terebras of the WorldPl. 12/39
Australian Marine Shells Part 2p 223; Pl. 52/11
Guide to Australian Shellsp 57/7
Guide to Shells of Papua New Guineap 48/7
Shells of the Philippinesp 263/7
Shells of New Guinea & Central Pacificp 49/20-21
Terebridae A Collectors Guidep 7; Pl. 21/ 10-11; Pl. 55
Sea Shells on the South African Shoresp 713
Indonesian Shells IIp 74/10
VisayaSuppl. 3, p 19-20; Pl. 3/1-4
Epitonium (Epitonium) anile Röding, P.F., 1798
Mus. Bolten II
Epitonium cancellatum Röding, P.F., 1798
Mus. Bolten IIp 95
Terebra serotina Adams, A. & L.A. Reeve, 1850 : Japan - China Seas
Zool. Voy. "HMS Samarang"Mollusca, p 30; Pl. 10/20
Collector's guide to Seashells of the Worldp 149/17
Terebra acuta Deshayes, G.P., 1857
J. Conchyl. ParisVol. 6, p 100; Pl. 4/4-5
Terebra rubrobrunnea Preston, H.B., 1908
Rec. Indian Mus.Vol. 2/17, p 189; Pl. 2/64
Living Terebras of the WorldPl. 12/39d
cameraImage Acknowledgments
1 Natural History Museum Collection, UK
2 Natural History Museum Collection, UK
3 Mike's Seashell Collection
4 C & C Ruscoe Collection
5 Eddie Hardy
6 Guido Poppe
7 Guido Poppe
8 Eurasia Shells
9 Lowtide Shells