Barbatia Gray 1842 (clam)

Bivalvia - Arcida - Arcidae

Alternative spelling: Arca (Barbatia)

Synonym: Abarbatia Dall et al. 1938

Parent taxon: Arcidae according to R. L. Squires 2001

See also Coan et al. 2000, Dockery 1982, Eames 1951, El Qot 2006, Gardner 1943, Gardner 1945, Glenn 1904, Grant and Gale 1931, Hertlein and Grant 1972, Lamprell and Healy 1998, Loel and Corey 1932, Mukerjee 1939, Oostingh 1935, Pacaud and Le Renard 1995, Sepkoski 2002, Spencer et al. 2004, Tiwari 2001, Todd 2001, Vaught et al. 1989, Vokes 1980, Weaver and Palmer 1922 and Yamani 1982

Sister taxa: Ambrogia, Anadarinae, Angulararca, Arca, Arcinae, Asperarca, Bathyarca, Bentharca, Coraliarca, Fugleria, Karasuarca, Kikaiarca, Litharcinae, Noetiinae, Pectunculinae, Quadrilatera

Subtaxa: Arca (Barbatia) cowlitzensis Arca (Barbatia) gracilicostata Arca (Barbatia) landesi Arca (Barbatia) marylandica Arca (Barbatia) nanggulanensis Arca (Barbatia) oostinghi Arca (Barbatia) strongi Arca (Barbatia) suzzalloi Arca (Barbatia) tenuicrenata Barbatia (Barbatia) Barbatia (Cucullaearca) Barbatia (Diluvarca) Barbatia (Granoarca) Barbatia (Hawaiarca) Barbatia (Mesocibota) Barbatia (Obliquarca) Barbatia (Rostarca) Barbatia aegyptiaca Barbatia aspera Barbatia axinaea Barbatia carolinensis Barbatia consutilis Barbatia corvamnis Barbatia crustata Barbatia culleni Barbatia deusseni Barbatia dissimilis Barbatia foliata Barbatia gibba Barbatia helblingi Barbatia illota Barbatia inglisia Barbatia irregularis Barbatia kayalensis Barbatia legayi Barbatia lignitifera Barbatia limatella Barbatia ludoviciana Barbatia malaiana Barbatia mauryae Barbatia meridiana Barbatia mundeformata Barbatia paradiagona Barbatia pistachia Barbatia pseudoillota Barbatia pumila Barbatia quilonensis Barbatia rembangensis Barbatia seraperta Barbatia simulans Barbatia subtrigonalis Barbatia sundaiana Barbatia uxorispalmeri Barbatia wendti

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Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Angola (2 collections), Australia (5), the Bahamas (3), Bermuda (2), Cayman Islands (1), China (1), Costa Rica (3), Cuba (2), Djibouti (5), the Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (3), Egypt (2), Eritrea (4), France (1), French Polynesia (1), Haiti (2), India (1), Italy (2), Jamaica (1), Japan (5), Kenya (12), Mexico (10), New Zealand (2), Pakistan (2), Panama (2), Saudi Arabia (1), the Seychelles (5), South Africa (2), Spain (2), Sudan (1), Taiwan (1), Thailand (2), Tonga (2), United States (8: Florida, Hawaii), Venezuela (1), Yemen (3)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Malaysia (4)

• Pliocene of Belgium (1), Colombia (1), Costa Rica (2), Cyprus (1), the Dominican Republic (6), Ecuador (1), Fiji (1), Greece (2), Haiti (1), Indonesia (8), Italy (1), Jamaica (6), Japan (1), Mexico (1), Pakistan (1), Panama (3), South Africa (2), Spain (6), Trinidad and Tobago (2), United States (9: California, Florida, North Carolina), Venezuela (1)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (5)

• Miocene of Algeria (8), Argentina (1), Australia (1), Austria (1), Brazil (3), Bulgaria (5), Cyprus (3), the Dominican Republic (6), Ecuador (1), France (2), Germany (2), Greece (2), Haiti (1), Hungary (1), India (15), Indonesia (9), Italy (5), Japan (5), Moldova (6), Morocco (3), New Zealand (3), Northern Mariana Islands (1), Pakistan (1), Panama (6), Poland (7), Puerto Rico (2), the Russian Federation (1), Somalia (3), Spain (1), Trinidad and Tobago (1), United States (19: California, Florida, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Virginia), Vanuatu (1), Venezuela (1)

• Oligocene to Miocene of United States (3: Florida)

• Oligocene of Argentina (2), Bulgaria (1), Germany (1), New Zealand (1), Peru (2), Romania (1), United States (35: Florida, Georgia, Mississippi)

• Eocene of Australia (5), Belgium (4), Bulgaria (4), France (6), Indonesia (1), Italy (3), Jamaica (1), Japan (3), Mexico (2), New Zealand (2), Pakistan (2), Peru (1), Romania (2), the Russian Federation (1), Spain (8), the United Kingdom (8), United States (91: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Washington)

• Paleocene to Eocene of Pakistan (1)

• Paleocene of Belgium (6), Denmark (7), France (1), Germany (1), Nigeria (1), Poland (1), the Russian Federation (1), the United Kingdom (2), United States (20: Alabama, Louisiana, Texas)

• Cretaceous of Austria (1), Brazil (1), Canada (2: Alberta, British Columbia), the Congo-Brazzaville (1), Cuba (1), Denmark (2), Egypt (6), Germany (3), India (1), Iran (1), Japan (1), Jordan (1), Kazakhstan (1), Libya (1), Mozambique (4), the Netherlands (1), New Zealand (4), Oman (1), Poland (10), the Russian Federation (1), Serbia and Montenegro (1), Sweden (1), Tunisia (1), Ukraine (1), the United Arab Emirates (2), the United Kingdom (7), United States (29: Alabama, Arizona, California, Delaware, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas)

• Jurassic of France (8), Germany (13), India (3), Kenya (1), Spain (1), Switzerland (1), the United Kingdom (5), United States (1: Wyoming)

• Triassic of Croatia (1)

Total: 647 collections including 793 occurrences

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