Two species of the genus Ataxiocerithium Tate, 1893, occur in the North Sea basin Miocene: A. asperulatum (Gossmann & Peyrot, 1922) in the Early Miocene and A. christinae (Boettger, 1901) in late Early and Middle Miocene deposits. They differ in details of protoconch and teleoconch sculpture, and in shell shape. Both species are recorded herein for the first time from the Miocene of Belgium.

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R. Marquet. (1997). Two Ataxiocerithium species from the Miocene of Belgium (Gastropoda Prosobranchia: Cerithiopsidae). Basteria, 61(1/3), 27–31.