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Species List for Genus: Penion
Mollusca (Phylum) > Gastropoda (Class) > Caenogastropoda (Subclass) > Neogastropoda (Order) > Buccinoidea (Superfamily) > Buccinidae (Family) > Penion (Genus)
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  • Genus: Penion

  • Penion chathamensis (Powell, 1938)
    Height 244mm, Width 106mm, Marine, Endemic
    Chatham Rise to Chatham Islands, trawled around 400-450 metres ME.
  • Penion cuvierianus (Powell, 1927)
    (=dilatatus of authors)
    Height 220mm, Width 85mm, Marine, Endemic
    North Island to Cook Strait and Tasman Bay ACE.
  • Penion cuvierianus jeakingsi (Powell, 1947)
    Height 150mm, Width 65mm, Marine, Endemic
    Cook Strait to Tasman Bay CE.
  • Penion fairfieldae (Powell, 1947)
    Height 156mm, Width 65mm, Marine, Endemic, Solid, shorter spire, with wide shoulders and axial folds
    South Island, off Otago Heads FE.
  • Penion lineatus Marshall, Hills & Vaux, 2018
    Marine
    King Bank, Middlesex Bank, Three Kings Islands and northwest of Cape Reinga A
  • Penion ormesi (Powell, 1927)
    Height 200mm, Width 75mm, Marine, Endemic, Slender with tall spire
    From Northland down to Cape Campbell and Cook Strait ACE.
  • Penion sulcatus (Lamarck, 1816)
    (=dilatatus Quoy & Gaimard)
    Height 160mm, Width 65mm, Siphon Whelk, Marine, Endemic
    North and South Islands, intertidal to about 50 fathoms ACE.
Key to Geographical Ranges
NZ Map showing Geographical Ranges
The symbols K.A.C.F.M.An. are used to indicate the geographical range of the species. They have been adopted to give an approximation of the range of each species within New Zealand.
K=
Kermadec Islands
A=
Aupourian - Kaipara Harbour, north around North Cape, encompassing the Three Kings Islands and south to East Cape
C=
Cookian - Lower North Island and the northern part of the South Island
F=
Forsterian - Otago, Fiordland and Stewart Island
M=
Moriorian - Chatham Islands, Pitt Island
An=
Antipodean - Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand
Fw =
Freshwater
L =
Land
N =
North Island
S =
South Island
E =
Endemic
I =
Introduced
R =
Recent
Sf =
Subfossil
Fo =
Fossil