Alamirifica Saul and Squires 2003 (snail)

Gastropoda

Full reference: L. R. Saul and R. L. Squires. 2003. New Cretaceous cerithiform gastropods from the Pacific Slope of North America. Journal of Paleontology 77(3):442-453

Parent taxon: Gastropoda according to L. R. Saul and R. L. Squires 2003

Sister taxa: Acteonoidea, Admetidae, Alectrionidae, Amphigastropoda, Archaeobranchia, Archaeogastropoda, Auroraella, Beekmanoceras, Bellerophontida, Bicuerda, Brachycerithium, Briardia, Bucardites, Buccinites, Bulimella, Bulimulidae, Bulimus, Cavolinioidea, Chartrionella, Chippewaella, Chlathrus, Chuchleconus, Cithna, Cocculiniformia, Cyclostoma, Cyclostremella, Dextrobranchia, Dicathais, Dicosmus, Elmira, Eogastropoda, Euthyneura, Fruiticicoiidae, Galeodea schencki, Galericulus, Globulitopa, Gordenella, 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, Tectibranchia, Thatcheriidae, Tirolthilda, Tornatella, Tortifusus, Toxonema, Tripartella, Trochiletes, Trochonematoidea, Trochopsis, Trochotremaria, Trochulus, Urocoptidae, Zeminolia, Zlichovia

Subtaxa: Alamirifica corona Alamirifica ursa

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Type: Alamirifica corona

Ecology: epifaunal

Distribution: found only at Santa Ana Mountains, Ladd Formation, Orange (Cretaceous of California)

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