1st Record: Menlo Park/CA/South San Francisco Bay (1962, Carlton 1979; ANSP 276773), Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 2013) Boonea bisuturalis may have been collected, and reported as Odostomia fetella, in San Pablo Bay, 1959 (Filice 1959, cited by Carlton 1979) and Suisun Bay (Markman 1986, cited by Cohen and Carlton 1995).
Menlo Park/CA/South San Francisco Bay (1962, Carlton 1979; ANSP 276773, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 2013); CA/South San Francisco Bay (1977, on Cerithidea calfiornica and Ilyanassa obsoleta, Carlton 1979); Fremont/CA/South San Francisco Bay (1977, Carlton 1977); ; Palo Alto/CA/South San Francisco Bay (Nichols and Thompson 1985)b; off Sand Point, San Mateo County/CA/Mayfield Slough, San Francisco Bay (11/5/1984, CAS-IZ 122543, California Academy of Sciences 2013)
References2005-2015 Invertebrate Zoology Collection Database. http://research.calacademy.org/research/izg/iz_coll_db/index.asp
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