Anomia mamillaris Anderson 1929 (jingle)

Bivalvia - Pectinida - Anomiidae

Full reference: F. M. Anderson. 1929. Marine Miocene and related deposits of North Colombia. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences 18(4):73-213

Belongs to Anomia according to A. J. W. Hendy et al. 2008

See also Anderson 1929

Sister taxa: Anomia (Anomia), Anomia achaeus, Anomia aculeata, Anomia alta, Anomia andraei, Anomia anomialis, Anomia archaeus, Anomia argentaria, Anomia beryx, Anomia boettgeri, Anomia costulata, Anomia cymbula, Anomia daduensis, Anomia ephippioides, Anomia ephippium, Anomia favrii, Anomia fissistriata, Anomia hammetti, Anomia hannai, Anomia hinnitoides, Anomia inconspicua, Anomia inornata, Anomia interrupta, Anomia kateruensis, Anomia laevigata, Anomia lisbonensis, Anomia mcgoniglensis, Anomia microstriata, Anomia mortilleti, Anomia navicellodies, Anomia nobilis, Anomia onslowensis, Anomia ornata, Anomia pakistanica, Anomia papyracea, Anomia paucistriata, Anomia primaeva, Anomia prisca, Anomia pseudoradiata, Anomia ruffini, Anomia schafhaeutli, Anomia septenaria, Anomia sergipensis, Anomia simplex, Anomia simplexiformis, Anomia striata, Anomia sublaevigata, Anomia talahabensis, Anomia taylorensis, Anomia tenuistriata, Anomia trigonopsis, Anomia vaquerosensis, Anomia verbeeki

Type specimen: Its type locality is CAS Loc267 (horizon M-N), Tubará Mtn [Tubará Fm], which is in a Miocene marine siliciclastic in the Tubará Formation of Colombia.

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Miocene of Colombia (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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