Microcochlis Yoo 1994 (snail)

Gastropoda

Full reference: E. K. Yoo. 1994. Carboniferous Mollusca from the Tamworth Belt, New South Wales, Australia. Records of the Australia Museum 46(2):63-120

Parent taxon: Gastropoda according to E. K. Yoo 1994

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, Elmira, 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, 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: Microcochlis parva

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Ecology: epifaunal

Distribution: found only at Kyndalyn. Yoo Loc. 24. Behind Kyndalyn homestead, 10 km S of Somerton (Carboniferous of Australia)

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