, Splendrillia Kilburn, 1988a: 213, figs 142, 143.
Flores 10-14 proximus, saepe 2 apertae, alter alabastrum
a unique variant in all the Greek and Latin manuscripts, even compared with the Greek parallel of the Codex Cantabrigiensis itself (D): at this point, the Vulgata presents the reading alabastrum
and the Greek text gives [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
without locality), from the Cuming collection, bear considerable resemblance to Reeve's original figure of Trochus alabastrum (Fig.
I therefore propose that Trochus alabastrum Reeve, 1958 be considered a synonym of Euchelus asper (Gmelin, 1791) and that it represents the form quadricarinatus (Holten, 1802) (cited figure reproduced in Fig.