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  • Family: Bothriembryontidae

  • Basileostylus bollonsi Suter, 1908
    Height 100mm, Width 39mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    Three Kings Islands
    L.E.
  • Basileostylus bollonsi arbutus Powell, 1948
    Height 112mm, Width 42mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic, This 'subspecies' has now been synonymized with bollonsi. It is currently separated out here as a distinct localised population only
    Three Kings Islands
    L.E.
  • Basileostylus bollonsi caperatus Powell, 1948
    Height 97mm, Width 36mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic, This 'subspecies' has now been synonymized with bollonsi. It is currently separated out here as a distinct localised population only
    Three Kings Islands
    L.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus Suter, 1906
    Height 77mm, Width 34mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    Cape Maria van Diemen, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus annectens Powell, 1938
    Height 95mm, Width 40mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    Spirits Bay to Tom Bowling Bay area, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus consorbrinus Powell, 1938
    Height 85mm, Width 37mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Recent, Subfossil, Endemic
    Cape Maria van Diemen, Far North
    L.N.R.Sf.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus gardneri Powell, 1951
    Height 81mm, Width 31mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Subfossil, Endemic
    Tom Bowling Bay, Far North
    L.N.Sf.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus hinemoa Powell, 1947
    Height 82mm, Width 36mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Subfossil, Endemic
    Cape Maria van Diemen, Far North
    L.N.Sf.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus keenorum Powell, 1947
    Height 84mm, Width 35mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    Spirits Bay area, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus lesleyae Powell, 1947
    Height 83mm, Width 36mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Recent, Subfossil, Endemic
    Cape Reinga area, Far North
    L.N.R.Sf.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus michiei Powell, 1951
    Height 74mm, Width 32mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    North Cape area, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus pandora Powell, 1951
    Height 71mm, Width 31mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    Spirits Bay area, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus paraspiritus Powell, 1951
    Height 72mm, Width 32mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    Cape Maria van Diemen, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus priscus Powell, 1938
    Height 84mm, Width 33mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Subfossil, Endemic
    Cape Maria van Diemen, Far North
    L.N.Sf.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus spiritus Powell, 1947
    Height 79mm, Width 34mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Subfossil, Endemic
    Spirits Bay area, Far North
    L.N.Sf.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus watti Powell, 1947
    Height 85mm, Width 39mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    North Cape area, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus whareana Powell, 1951
    Height 83mm, Width 35mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    North Cape area, Far North
    L.N.E.
  • Placostylus ambagiosus worthyi Powell, 1947
    Height 75mm, Width 29mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Subfossil, Endemic
    Cape Maria van Diemen, Far North
    L.N.Sf.E.
  • Placostylus hongii (Lesson, 1830)
    Height 85mm, Width 37mm
    Flax Snail Pupuharakeke, Land, Endemic
    Northland, from Whangaroa to Whangarei Heads
    L.N.E.
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