Pachycrommium Woodring 1928 (snail)

Gastropoda - Architaenioglossa - Ampullinidae

Alternative spelling: Amaurellina (Pachycrommium)

Synonym: Pseudocrommium Clark 1946

Full reference: W. P. Woodring. 1928. Miocene Molluscs from Bowden, Jamaica. Part 2: Gastropods and discussion of results. Contributions to the Geology and Palaeontology of the West Indies

Parent taxon: Ampullinidae according to M. Harzhauser 2007

See also Abbass 1967, Gardner 1947, Ladd 1977, Lozouet et al. 2001, Majima 1989, Marincovich 1977, Pacaud and Le Renard 1995, Petuch 1997, Sepkoski 2002, Woodring 1928 and Woodring 1959

Sister taxa: Ampullellinae, Ampullina, Ampullininae, Ampullinopsis, Ampullonatica, Cernina, Globularia, Naricopsina, Warakia

Subtaxa: Amaurellina (Pachycrommium) fahmii Amaurellina (Pachycrommium) moradi Pachycrommium carmenensis Pachycrommium clarki Pachycrommium dalli Pachycrommium eburnoides Pachycrommium flemingi Pachycrommium guppyi Pachycrommium harrisi Pachycrommium indicum Pachycrommium martini Pachycrommium nagaoi Pachycrommium oweni Pachycrommium saginata Pseudocrommium gabrielensis

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Ecology: epifaunal grazer

Distribution:

• Pliocene of Colombia (1 collection), the Dominican Republic (8), Fiji (2), Jamaica (2), United States (1: Florida)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (3)

• Miocene of Brazil (4), Colombia (1), the Dominican Republic (49), Fiji (1), France (1), India (1), Indonesia (2), Italy (4), Japan (1), Oman (1), Pakistan (1), Panama (3), Sri Lanka (4), United States (5: Florida)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Haiti (1), United States (2: Florida)

• Oligocene of Costa Rica (1), Japan (1), Pakistan (3), Panama (2), Somalia (6), United States (1: Florida)

• Eocene of Colombia (2), Egypt (1), France (3), India (1), Mexico (2), the Netherlands Antilles (1), Pakistan (19), Panama (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (27: California, Oregon, Washington)

• Paleocene of China (1), Egypt (1), France (1), Pakistan (1)

Total: 174 collections including 181 occurrences

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