Cossmann, M. (1899). Essais de paléoconchologie comparée. Troisième livraison. Paris, The author and Comptoir Géologique. 201 pp., 8 pls., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/36853285 [details]
(of Longinella Laseron, 1957) Laseron C.F. (1957). A new classification of the Australian Marginellidae (Mollusca), with a review of species from the Solanderian and Dampierian zoogeographical provinces. <em>Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research.</em> 8(3): 274-311.
page(s): 286 [details] Available for editors [request]
(of Marginella (Eburnospira) Olsson & Harbison, 1953) Olsson A.A. & Harbison A. (1953). Pliocene Mollusca of southern Florida with special reference to those from North Saint Petersburg. <em>Monographs of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.</em> 8: 1-457, pls. 1-65.
page(s): 201 [details]
Cossignani T. (2006). Marginellidae & Cystiscidae of the World. <em>L'Informatore Piceno.</em> 408pp. [details]
Present Inaccurate Introduced: alien Containing type locality
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Grammatical gender masculine under provisions of ICZN Art 188.8.131.52. "A genus-group name that is or ends in a word of common or variable gender (masculine or feminine) is to be treated as masculine unless its author, when establishing the name, stated that it is feminine or treated it as feminine in combination with an adjectival species-group name". Cossmann (1899) proposed this name as a section of Marginella, did not use any name combined with it and made no statement about gender. Most authors erroreously treated it as feminine. [details]
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Habitat Known from seamounts and knolls [details]