Mathilda Semper 1865 (snail)

Gastropoda - Heterostropha - Mathildidae

Alternative spelling: Turritella (Mathilda)

Parent taxon: Mathildidae according to J. Gründel and A. Nützel 2013

See also Abbass 1962, Dockery 1993, Durham 1937, Ladd 1972, MacNeil 1960, Pacaud and Le Renard 1995, Sepkoski 2002, Shuto 1974, Todd 2001 and Wienrich and Janssen 2007

Sister taxa: Acrocoelum, Angulathilda, Bathraspira, Carinathilda, Echinimathilda, Eomathilda, Erratothilda, Fimbriatella, Franconicilda, Gegania, Gymnothilda, Jurilda, Kaitangata, Lemniscolittorina, Protuba, Scalituba, Siphonilda, Spironema, Tangarilda, Teretrina, Toulminella, Tricarilda, Tuba, Veterator

Subtaxa: Mathilda (Brookesena) Mathilda (Echinimathilda) Mathilda (Fimbricatella) Mathilda (Mathilda) Mathilda (Opimilda) Mathilda (Tricarilda) Mathilda ahmadi Mathilda amundseni Mathilda angulata Mathilda cedarensis Mathilda coxi Mathilda lemchei Mathilda makowskii Mathilda pentalira Mathilda podlasiensis Mathilda pseudopalina Mathilda quadricostata Mathilda regularis Mathilda reticulata Mathilda ripleyana

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Type: Turbo quadricarinatus

Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Argentina (1 collection), Costa Rica (2), Italy (2)

• Pliocene of India (1), Indonesia (2), Italy (1), Jamaica (3), Trinidad and Tobago (1)

• Miocene to Pliocene of Japan (1)

• Miocene of Austria (1), France (1), Germany (2), Indonesia (2), Italy (1), New Zealand (1), Panama (1), Poland (1), Trinidad and Tobago (1)

• Oligocene of Denmark (1), the Netherlands (1), United States (5: Mississippi)

• Eocene of France (3), Germany (1), Italy (1), Spain (1), the United Kingdom (3), United States (20: Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas)

• Paleocene of Austria (1), Belgium (1), Denmark (6), Greenland (2), Poland (2), United States (5: Alabama, Alaska, Maryland, Texas)

• Cretaceous of Poland (27), the United Kingdom (2), United States (34: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, Mississippi, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas)

• Jurassic of Germany (12), Hungary (1), Poland (4)

Total: 158 collections including 207 occurrences

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