|Fusinus stegeri (Gastropoda; Fasciolaridae), a new species from the eastern Gulf of Mexico|
Lyons, W.G. (1978). Fusinus stegeri (Gastropoda; Fasciolaridae), a new species from the eastern Gulf of Mexico. The Nautilus 92(2): 85-88
In: The Nautilus. Bailey Matthews Shell Museum: Silver Spring. ISSN 0028-1344, more
Morphology (organisms); New species; Fasciolariidae Gray, 1853 [WoRMS]; Fusinus stegeri Lyons, 1978 [WoRMS]; Gastropoda [WoRMS]; Marine
F. Stegeri sp. nov. from 100-205 fms (183-375 m) depths off western Florida differs from F. Eucosmius (Dall, 1889) by its greater length (to 102 mm), white color, and diminishing strength of axial ribs on anterior whorls. Fusinus eucosmius is known only to depths of 89 fms (162 m). Twenty-six other names applied to western Atlantic Fusinus are listed.