Nassarius karinae Wienrich 2001 (snail)

Gastropoda - Neogastropoda - Nassariidae

Full reference: G. Wienrich. 2001. Die Fauna des marinen Miozäns von Kevelaer (Niederrhein). Gastropoda bis Cancellariidae 3:385-639

Belongs to Nassarius according to G. Wienrich 2001

Sister taxa: Nassaria cornelliana, Nassarius (Alectrion), Nassarius (Arcularia), Nassarius (Caesia), Nassarius (Demondia), Nassarius (Hima), Nassarius (Hinia), Nassarius (Mirua), Nassarius (Nanarius), Nassarius (Nassarius), Nassarius (Niotha), Nassarius (Plicarcularia), Nassarius (Schizopyga), Nassarius (Tritiaria), Nassarius (Tritonella), Nassarius (Uzita), Nassarius (Zeuxis), Nassarius albescens, Nassarius antillarum, Nassarius bellulus, Nassarius burchardi, Nassarius cabrierensis, Nassarius chowanensis, Nassarius coronatus, Nassarius crematus, Nassarius dorsatus, Nassarius gayi, Nassarius gigantulus, Nassarius glans, Nassarius granulatus, Nassarius hylus, Nassarius incrassatus, Nassarius janschloegli, Nassarius kochianus, Nassarius luridus, Nassarius nodicinctus, Nassarius pagodus, Nassarius papillosus, Nassarius pauperus, Nassarius persicus, Nassarius prysmaticus, Nassarius pullus, Nassarius pygmaeus, Nassarius reductus, Nassarius repititi, Nassarius salina, Nassarius schizopyga, Nassarius scopularcus, Nassarius sopora, Nassarius splendidulus, Nassarius taeniolatus, Nassarius thielei, Nassarius trinitatensis, Nassarius trivittatoides

Type specimen: Its type locality is Bore Lullingen 1, depth 54m, which is in a Miocene transition zone/lower shoreface siltstone in Germany

Ecology: slow-moving semi-infaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Miocene of Germany (19 collections)

Total: 19 collections each including a single occurrence

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