Philine intricata is redescribed from beach material in Europe and the Canary Islands and from dredged samples from the Azores, the Cape Verde Islands and the Canary Islands. The shell resembles that of P. catena and P. angulata, but shows consistent differences.

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J. van der Linden. (1994). Philine intricata Monterosato, 1884, an overlooked species from the North-East Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia: Philinidae). Basteria, 58(1/2), 41–48.