Natica Scopoli 1777 (moon snail)

Gastropoda - Naticoidea - Naticidae

Synonym: Mamilla Fabricius 1823

Parent taxon: Naticinae according to M. Harzhauser et al. 2009

See also Bohm 1926, Gardner 1947, Harzhauser 2002, Harzhauser and Mandic 2001, Kabat 1991, Kensley and Pether 1986, Ladd 1982, MacNeil 1960, Majima 1989, Mansfield 1925, Marasti 1973, Marincovich 1977, Mukerjee 1939, Pastorino 2005, Perrilliat 1987, Popenoe et al. 1987, Robba et al. 1989, Sepkoski 2002, Todd 2001, Wienrich 2001, Wilson 1993 and Woodring 1928

Sister taxa: Aloconatica, Carinacca, Cryptonatica, Friginatica, Naticarius, Notocochlis, Paratectonatica, Proxiuber, Stigmaulax, Tanea, Tasmatica, Tectonatica

Subtaxa: Natica (Ampullaria) Natica (Carinacca) Natica (Glyphepithema) Natica (Lunaia) Natica (Nacca) Natica (Natica) Natica (Naticarious) colliei Natica (Naticarious) onca Natica adansoni Natica alapapilionis Natica alazana Natica allisoni Natica alveata Natica antisiensis Natica argus Natica bandongensis Natica becksii Natica berwerthi Natica bolus Natica buccinoides Natica bulbulus Natica burton Natica callosa Natica callosior Natica canalizonalis Natica catulli Natica clarki Natica cliftonensis Natica conradiana Natica corallina Natica coxi Natica domenginica Natica dorothiensis Natica dubia Natica dydmia Natica eminulopsis Natica engenholyria Natica eudora Natica eurydice Natica exilis Natica farafrensis Natica fasciata Natica globosa Natica gualteriana Natica helvacea Natica hemispherica Natica hugardiana Natica impressa Natica labellata Natica limbata Natica littonana Natica macrochiensis Natica marochiensis Natica minima Natica mississippiensis Natica morraboolensis Natica neptuni Natica obliquistriata Natica obscura Natica oeyenhausii Natica oligocenica Natica ovata Natica pagoda Natica parahybensis Natica paytensis Natica permunda Natica pinyonensis Natica pseudospirata Natica pseustes Natica rodatzi Natica rostalina Natica rugosissima Natica schwarzenbergi Natica solida Natica sphaeroidalis Natica stellata Natica stoddardi Natica striolata Natica subspirata Natica subvarians Natica sulcatula Natica suturalis Natica taeniata Natica transiens Natica turbilina Natica varians Natica vicinalis Natica vitellus Natica vokesi Natica youngi

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Ecology: semi-infaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Argentina (1 collection), Australia (1), the Bahamas (1), China (1), Costa Rica (2), Djibouti (6), Ecuador (1), Eritrea (4), Fiji (1), French Polynesia (1), Greenland (5), Haiti (1), Iceland (9), India (3), Indonesia (1), Ireland (1), Italy (3), Japan (4), Kenya (1), the Marshall Islands (2), Morocco (5), Pakistan (2), Panama (1), the Philippines (1), Portugal (5), Saudi Arabia (1), South Africa (10), Spain (2), Sudan (1), Taiwan (10), Thailand (1), the United Kingdom (9), United States (8: Florida, Hawaii, New York, South Carolina), Vanuatu (3), Yemen (1)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Guam (1), Malaysia (10)

• Pliocene of Australia (3), Belgium (3), Colombia (1), Costa Rica (6), the Dominican Republic (13), Ecuador (3), Fiji (4), Greece (3), Iceland (4), India (2), Indonesia (25), Italy (4), Jamaica (5), Japan (6), Mexico (3), the Netherlands (1), Pakistan (4), Panama (14), Papua New Guinea (1), the Philippines (3), the United Kingdom (3), United States (1: California), Vanuatu (2), Venezuela (2)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (1), Indonesia (1), Japan (2), Kenya (1), South Africa (1)

• Miocene of Algeria (1), Argentina (2), Australia (3), Austria (5), Brazil (4), Chile (3), Colombia (8), Denmark (1), the Dominican Republic (57), Fiji (1), France (4), French Southern Territories (1), Germany (2), Greece (3), Hungary (1), India (33), Indonesia (26), Iran (1), Italy (5), Japan (3), Kenya (2), Libya (1), the Marshall Islands (1), Pakistan (4), Panama (53), Papua New Guinea (1), the Philippines (1), Poland (1), Romania (1), Somalia (12), Sri Lanka (2), Trinidad and Tobago (3), Turkey (5), United States (5: Florida), Vanuatu (1), Venezuela (2)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Venezuela (1)

• Oligocene of Argentina (2), Costa Rica (1), Haiti (3), Hungary (3), India (1), Israel (1), Jamaica (1), Mexico (1), Panama (1), Peru (1), Romania (1), Somalia (9), United States (27: Alaska, California, Florida, Mississippi, Washington)

• Eocene to Oligocene of United States (10: Oregon)

• Eocene of Algeria (1), Argentina (1), Bulgaria (4), Colombia (4), Croatia (4), Egypt (2), France (19), Germany (2), Haiti (1), Hungary (1), India (1), Indonesia (5), Italy (2), Jamaica (2), Libya (1), Mexico (2), Namibia (1), the Netherlands Antilles (1), New Zealand (1), Nigeria (2), Pakistan (1), Panama (4), Peru (3), Romania (2), Somalia (2), Spain (1), the United Kingdom (26), United States (106: Alabama, Alaska, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas), Venezuela (1)

• Paleocene of Austria (3), Belgium (1), Denmark (1), Egypt (2), France (1), Mexico (4), Poland (1), United States (63: Alabama, California, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas)

• Cretaceous of Algeria (1), Antarctica (4), Argentina (1), Brazil (1), Chile (1), France (18), Germany (1), Greenland (3), Iran (1), Japan (2), Mexico (6), New Zealand (4), Peru (1), Poland (7), Portugal (7), Spain (2), Sweden (1), Switzerland (22), the United Kingdom (1), United States (29: California, Colorado, Texas), Venezuela (1), Yemen (1)

• Jurassic of Argentina (1), Chile (36), Ethiopia (4), France (2), Germany (1), Mexico (1), Poland (1), Saudi Arabia (14), Tanzania (1), the United Kingdom (2), Yemen (2)

• Triassic of Italy (7), United States (7: Alaska)

• Permian of Australia (1), Bolivia (1)

• Carboniferous of United States (1: Indiana)

• Devonian of Germany (1)

Total: 1041 collections including 1261 occurrences

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