Potamididae


Live individual of Telescopium telescopium, photographed by Ria Tan.


Belongs within: Cerithiimorpha.

The Potamididae, horn snails, are a family of gastropods inhabiting brackish habitats such as among mangroves or on mud flats. They possess high-spired shells with a flaring aperture bearing an anterior siphon and medial sinus on the outer lip.

<==Potamididae [Potamidinae]
    |--Mesohalina R89
    |--Gantechinobathra JB12
    |--Echinobathra vicina (Verneuil & Lorrière 1868) TTE93
    |--Ptychopotamides TTE93
    |--Eotympanotonus TTE93
    |--Telescopium Montfort 1810 [Telescopiidae] BR05
    |    |--T. telescopium (Linnaeus 1758) WG71 (see below for synonymy)
    |    `--T. fuscum F66
    |--Pirenella Gray 1847 BD86, O27
    |    |--P. cailliaudi (Potiez & Michaud 1838) [incl. P. conica] BD86
    |    `--P. cyclus (Dall 1919) [=Potamides (Pirenella) cyclus] O27
    |--Terebralia Swainson 1840 WG71
    |    |--T. bidentata (Defrance in Grateloup 1840) GK02
    |    |--T. semistriatus W08
    |    `--T. sulcata Bruguière 1792 WG71
    |--Potamides Brongniart 1810 BR05
    |    |--*P. (Potamides) lamarckii Brongniart 1810 BR17
    |    `--P. (Liocerithium Tryon 1887) O27
    |         `--P. (L.) sculptum (Sowerby 1855) [=Cerithium sculptum] O27
    |--Tympanotonos Schumacher 1817 (see below for synonymy) PB27
    |    |--T. fuscatus (Linnaeus 1758) (see below for synonymy) PB27
    |    |--T. cingulatus (Gmelin 1791) PB27 (see below for synonymy)
    |    |--‘Potamis’ ebeninus C64
    |    `--T. margaritaceus (Brocchi 1814) GK02
    `--Cerithidea Swainson 1840 [Cerithideidae, Cerithideinae] BR17
         |--*C. lineolata (Gray 1833) [=Melania lineolata] BR17
         |--C. californica Haldeman 1840 O27
         |--C. cingulata G88
         |--C. cornea G88
         |--C. costata (da Costa 1778) S11
         |    |--C. c. costata BC01
         |    `--C. c. beattyi Bequaert 1942 [incl. C. costata f. barbudaensis Usticke 1969] BC01
         |--C. decollata O27
         |--C. kieneri (Hombr. & Jacq. 1853) [=Cerithium kieneri] H09
         |--C. largillierti (Philippi 1848) [=Cerithium largillierti] H09
         |--C. mazatlanica [incl. C. albonodosa] C64
         |--C. montagnei C64
         |--C. obtusa C60
         |--C. quadrata G88
         |--C. sacrata [incl. C. fuscata Gould 1856, Potamis pullatus Gould 1855, C. pullata] C64
         `--C. valida (Adams 1852) [incl. Potamides meta Li 1930] BC01

Telescopium telescopium (Linnaeus 1758) WG71 [=Trochus telescopium BR17, Pyrazus telescopium H09, *Telescopium indicator Montfort 1810 BR17]

Tympanotonos Schumacher 1817 [=Tympanotomus (l. c.), Tympanotonus Agassiz 1846, Tympanostoma (l. c.); incl. Potamis Sowerby 1839] PB27

Tympanotonos cingulatus (Gmelin 1791) PB27 [=Murex cingulatus PB27, Potamides (Tympanotonos) cingulatus PB27, Pyrazus cingulatus H09]

Tympanotonos fuscatus (Linnaeus 1758) [=Murex fuscatus, Potamides (Tympanotomus [l. c.]) fuscatus, Potamides (Tympanotonos) fuscatus; incl. Nerita aculeata Müller 1774, Murex fluviatilis Gmelin 1791, *Tympanotonos fluviatilis Schumacher 1817, Cerithium muricatum Bruguière 1792, Potamides fuscatus var. muricatus, *Potamis muricatus, Tympanotonos owenii Reeve 1866, Potamides (Tympanotomus [l. c.]) oweni, Murex radula Linnaeus 1758, Potamides (Tympanotomus) fuscatus var. radula, M. terebella Gmelin 1791] PB27

*Type species of generic name indicated

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