Alternative combination: Bulla jugularis
Full reference: T. A. Conrad. 1855. Report Of Mr. T. A. Conrad On The Fossil Shells Collected In California By Wm. P. Blake, Geologist Of The Expedition Under The Command Of Lieutenant R. S. Williamson, United States Topographical Engineers. Description of the fossils and shells collected in California by William P. Blake, Geologist of the United States Pacific Railroad Survey in California. under the command of Lieut. R. S. Williamson, In 1853-54. Article 1 of Appendix to the Preliminary Geological Report of WIlliam P. Blake, Geologist of the Survey in California Under the Command of Lieut. R. S. Williamson. Palæontology 5-21
Sister taxa: Bulla (Scaphander) elegans, Scaphander (Mirascapha), Scaphander (Scaphander), Scaphander alaskensis, Scaphander brevicula, Scaphander costatus, Scaphander impunctatus, Scaphander interruptus, Scaphander javanus, Scaphander nannus, Scaphander oligoturritus, Scaphander polysarcus, Scaphander radii, Scaphander rarus, Scaphander remondi, Scaphander stewarti, Scaphander washingtonensis
Ecology: epifaunal carnivore
• Miocene of United States (7: California collections)
• Oligocene of United States (1: California)
Total: 8 collections each including a single occurrence
Specimen images are retrieved through the ePANDDA API.
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