Chippewaella Gunderson 1993 (snail)

Gastropoda

Full reference: G. O. Gunderson. 1993. New genus of Late Cambrian gastropod. Journal of Paleontology 67(6):1083-1084

Parent taxon: Gastropoda according to P. J. Wagner 2017

See also Gunderson 1993 and Sepkoski 2002

Sister taxa: Acteonoidea, Admetidae, Alamirifica, Alectrionidae, Amphigastropoda, Archaeobranchia, Auroraella, Beekmanoceras, Bellerophontida, Bicuerda, Brachycerithium, Briardia, Bucardites, Buccinites, Bulimella, Bulimulidae, Bulimus, Capulus sellardsi, Cavolinioidea, Chartrionella, 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, 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: Chippewaella patellitheca

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Ecology: epifaunal

Distribution: found only at Mount Washington summit, Eau Claire (Cambrian of Wisconsin)

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