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Art. XXXVI.—List of Fossil Mollusca from Bluecliffs, South Canterbury.

[Read before the Philosophical Institute of Canterbury, 1st October, 1913.]

These fossils were collected from the bluish clays in the Upper Otaio Valley, near Bluecliffs Station, and were all identified by Mr. H. Suter. In addition to the following list, some ten new species are yet to be described.

  • Turritellacarlottae Watson.

  • rosea Q. & G.

  • cavershamensis Harris.

  • patagonica Sow.

  • concava Hutt.

  • Calyptraea maculata Q. & G.

  • inflata Hutt.

  • Natica zelandica Q. & G.

  • Polinicescinctus Hutt.

  • amphialus Watson.

  • suturalis Hutt.

  • huttoni Ihering.

  • ovatus Hutt.

  • planispirus Sut.

  • Ampullina undulata Hutt.

  • Cymatium minimum Hutt.

  • Galeodea senex Hutt.

  • Epitoniumrugulosum lyratum Zitt.

  • browni Zitt.

  • Fusinus spiralis A. Ad.

  • Exilia dalli Sut.

  • Siphonaliadilatata Q. & G.

  • costata Hutt.

  • conoidea Hutt.

  • Vexillum rutidolomum Sut.

  • Alectrion socialis Hutt.

  • Typhis maccoyi T.-Woods.

  • Fulguraria(Alcithoe) aculeata Hutt.

  • arabica Martyn.

  • Lapparia corrugata Hutt.

  • Ancillapseudaustralis Tate.

  • hebera Hutt.

  • bicolor Gray.

  • Drillia awamoaensis Hutt.

  • Surcula fusiformis Hutt.

  • Bathytomasulcata Hutt.

  • haasti Hutt.

  • Terebrapareoraensis Sut. (= T. nitida Hutt., non Hinds).

  • orycta Sut.

  • Dentaliumsolidum Hutt.

  • ecostatum Kirk.

  • mantelli Zitt.

  • Malletia australis Q. & G.

  • Placunanomia zelandica Gray.

  • Arca (Cucullaria) australis Hutt.

  • Limopsis aurita Brocchi.

  • Pecten huttoni Park.

  • Lima colorata Hutt.

  • Atrina zelandica Gray.

  • Crassatellites obesus A. Ad.

  • Venericardia australis Lam.

  • Dosinia greyi Zitt.

  • Chionechiloensis Phip. subsp. turn-cata Sut.

  • meridionalis Sow.

  • Corbula canaliculata Hutt.

  • Panopaea orbita Hutt.

  • Teredo heaphyi Zitt.