The placement of Australian species in this genus is probably incorrect, as the type species of Scrobiculinus is from Morocco, and is sometimes regarded as being in Gibbula. It is possible that the Australian species requires a new genus. This code is provided for use when identification of a specimen to this level is sufficient, or when no further detail is available.
Hickman, C.S., 2005. Seagrass fauna of the temperate southern coast of Australia I: The cantharidine trochid gastropods. In: Wells, F.E. Walker, D.I. Kendrick, G.A., Editors, The Marine Flora and Fauna of Esperance, Western Australia., 1: 199-220. Western Australian Museum, Perth, WA 323pp.
Scientific Name verified against:
Williams, S.T. Donald, K.M. Spencer, H.G. Nakano, T., 2010. Molecular systematics of the marine gastropod families Trochidae and Calliostomatidae (Mollusca: Superfamily Trochoidea)., Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Vol. 54: 783-809.