Java Transitional province

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

This province covers the following ecoregions: 119. Southern Java and south Sumatra, Indonesia; 120. Cocos-Keeling/Christmas Island.

A listing of the Christmas Island molluscs was published by Well & Slack-Smith (2000). Listings of the molluscs of Cocos-Keeling were published by Orr Maes (1967) and Tan & Low (2014). Oostingh (1931) published a list of the marine molluscs of south Sumatra.

Ancillariidae
Species Distribution
Ancilla cylindrica (Sowerby, 1859) Figure wanted
Olividae
Species Distribution
Acutoliva panniculata panniculata(Duclos, 1835)

South Sumatra [119]

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Carmione similis (Marrat, 1867)

South Sumatra [119]

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Miniaceoliva hirasei ameliae(Strano, 2016)

South Java [119]

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Miniaceoliva sericea (Röding, 1798)

South Sumatra [119]

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Musteloliva mustelina mustelina(Lamarck, 1811)

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Oliva oliva (Linnaeus, 1758)

South Sumatra [119]

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Oliva tigridella Duclos, 1835

South Sumatra [119]

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Utriculina johnkochi (Voskuil, 1990)

SW Java, [119]

Paratype RV 2327a. Indonesia, Java, Cilacap. Scale bar is 1 cm.

Utriculina elongata (Fischer von Waldheim, 1807)

SW  and NW Java [119]

R 6535b. Indonesia, Java, W coast, Serang, Karang Hantu, by divers, muddy sand, depth 5 m. Scale bar is 1 cm.

Utriculina lutaria (Röding, 1798)

SW Java [119]

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Viduoliva elegans (Lamarck, 1811)

South Sumatra [119]

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Viduoliva reticulata (Röding, 1798)

South Sumatra [119]

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Viduoliva vidua (Röding, 1798)

South Sumatra [119]

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