Crepidula Lamarck 1799 (slipper shell)

Gastropoda - Calyptraeoidea - Calyptraeidae

Alternative spelling: Calyptraea (Crepidula)

Parent taxon: Calyptraeidae according to B. Landau and C. Marques da Silva 2010

See also Addicott 1970, Gardner 1947, Ladd 1982, Martin 1904, Matsubara et al. 2010, Moore 1976, Oostingh 1935, Rosenberg 2005, Sepkoski 2002, Squires 1987, Todd 2001, Turner 1938, Ward and Blackwelder 1987, Wenz 1938, Wienrich 2001, Wilson 1993 and Woodring 1957

Sister taxa: Bostrycapulus, Calyptraea, Calyptroides, Calyptropsis, Clypeola, Crepipatella, Crucibulum, Ergaea, Galeropsis, Grandicrepidula, Maoricrypta, Sigapatella, Thylacus, Trochita, Verticumbo, Zegalerus

Subtaxa: Calyptraea (Crepidula) protea Crepidula (Crepidula) Crepidula (Garnotia) Crepidula (Ianacus) Crepidula (Janacus) Crepidula (Siphopatella) Crepidula (Spirocrypta) Crepidula adunca Crepidula aeola Crepidula aplysioides Crepidula bractea Crepidula convexa Crepidula cymbaeformis Crepidula depressa Crepidula deprima Crepidula dickersoni Crepidula diminutiva Crepidula dumosa Crepidula excavata Crepidula falconeri Crepidula fornicata Crepidula gatunensis Crepidula gibbosa Crepidula incurva Crepidula iniquita Crepidula lirata Crepidula maculosa Crepidula navicula Crepidula nivea Crepidula norrisianum Crepidula nummaria Crepidula onyx Crepidula pabloensis Crepidula plana Crepidula praerupta Crepidula princeps Crepidula rostralis Crepidula tainohataensis Crepidula ungana Crepidula unguiformis

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Ecology: facultatively mobile epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Angola (1 collection), Argentina (7), Brazil (8), Costa Rica (2), Cuba (1), Ecuador (3), Italy (6), Mexico (13), Morocco (2), Namibia (1), New Zealand (1), Panama (2), Peru (1), South Africa (5), Thailand (1), United States (143: California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia), Uruguay (2), Vanuatu (1), Venezuela (1)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of United States (1: Florida)

• Pliocene of Colombia (1), Costa Rica (2), the Dominican Republic (2), Ecuador (4), Greece (2), Italy (8), Jamaica (1), Mexico (2), New Zealand (4), Panama (5), Peru (1), South Africa (4), Spain (1), United States (55: California, Florida, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia), Venezuela (10)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (2), United States (9: California)

• Miocene of Argentina (10), Australia (6), Austria (4), Chile (5), Colombia (11), Costa Rica (1), the Dominican Republic (5), France (2), Germany (3), Greece (2), Japan (18), Mexico (1), New Zealand (2), Panama (33), Peru (1), Poland (1), the Russian Federation (1), Trinidad and Tobago (5), United States (81: Alaska, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, Oregon, Virginia, Washington), Venezuela (2)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Argentina (1)

• Oligocene of Canada (1: British Columbia), Ecuador (1), Japan (1), New Zealand (1), Panama (1), Peru (1), the Russian Federation (1), United States (19: Alaska, California, North Carolina, Washington)

• Eocene to Miocene of Argentina (1)

• Eocene of Brazil (1), Colombia (1), France (1), Japan (7), New Zealand (1), Nigeria (10), Peru (1), the Russian Federation (2), United States (91: Alabama, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington)

• Paleocene of Greenland (3)

• Cretaceous of France (3), Switzerland (1)

Total: 659 collections including 888 occurrences

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