Elmira Cooke 1919 (snail)

Gastropoda

Full reference: C. W. Cooke. 1919. Tertiary mollusks from the Leeward Islands and Cuba. Contributions to the geology and paleontology of the West Indies. Carnegie Institution of Washington 105-156

Parent taxon: Gastropoda according to T. Nobuhara et al. 2016

Sister taxa: Acteonoidea, Admetidae, Alamirifica, Alectrionidae, Amphigastropoda, Archaeobranchia, Auroraella, Beekmanoceras, Bellerophontida, Bicuerda, Brachycerithium, Briardia, Bucardites, Buccinites, Bulimella, Bulimulidae, Bulimus, Capulus sellardsi, Cavolinioidea, Chartrionella, Chippewaella, Chlathrus, Chrysodomidae, Chuchleconus, Cithna, Cocculiniformia, Cyclostoma, Dextrobranchia, Dicathais, Dicosmus, Doliidae, Eogastropoda, Euthyneura, Fruiticicoiidae, Gadinidae, Galeodea schencki, Galericulus, Globulitopa, Gordenella, Gryphellina, Hecatastoma, Helicarionoidea, Helicites, Helictes, Helminthoglyptidae, Holyneconcha, Hyalaea, Hypsogastropoda, Hyrcania, Isaea, Iteria, Juliidae, Liris, Lovonemetrida, Luoguella, Luoguispira, Lysechinus, Lysechinus incongruens, Mahajangina, Mathildidae, Microcochlis, Mitrularia, Neptuneidae, Neritaemorpha, Neritimorpha, Neritites, Notodelphinula, Opisthobranchia, Opisthonematidae, Orthogastropoda, Oxychilus, Pectinibranchia, Peraubium, Phorus, Pitonnellus, Platyostomella, Platystoma, Plectopyloidea, Plicatusidae, Polygyridae, Pragoserpulinidae, Prasinidae, Prosobranchia, Pseudobrochidium, Pseudotylostoma, Ptenoglossa, Pteronotus, Pteropoda, Pulmonata, Pupillacea, Pythia, Rhytidopilidae, Rotellina, Scalariidae, Serpulopsis, Siphonaliidae, Sorbeoconcha, Spiraxidae, Spirgvaleia, Stramonita petrosa, Streptoneura, Stuorilda, Suprazonalia, Taeniodomus, Thatcheriidae, Tirolthilda, Tornatella, Tortifusus, Toxonema, Tripartella, Trochiletes, Trochonematoidea, Trochopsis, Trochotremaria, Trochulus, Urocoptidae, Zeminolia, Zlichovia

Subtaxa: Elmira cornuarietis Elmira shimantoensis

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Type: Elmira cornuarietis

Ecology: epifaunal

Distribution:

• Eocene of Cuba (1 collection)

• Cretaceous of Japan (1)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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