Sinum Röding 1798 (moon snail)

Gastropoda - Naticoidea - Naticidae

Synonyms: Catinus Adams and A. 1853, Cryptostomus Blainville 1818, Ectosinum Iredale 1931, Sigaretarius Duméril 1806, Sigaretus Lamarck 1799

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

See also Abbass 1967, Gardner 1943, Gardner 1947, Gardner 1948, Harzhauser 2004, Kabat 1991, Ladd 1977, Ladd 1982, Majima 1989, Marincovich 1977, Martin 1904, Moore 1976, Olsson 1931, Perrilliat 1992, Rivera 1957, Rosenberg et al. 2006, Sepkoski 2002, Todd 2001, Ward 1992, Wienrich 2001, Wilson 1993 and Woodring 1928

Sister taxon: Eunaticina

Subtaxa: Ectosinum microstira Sigaretus (Naticina) Sigaretus javanus Sigaretus mexicanus Sigaretus scopulosus Sinum (Sinum) Sinum africanum Sinum aquensis Sinum beatricae Sinum bilix Sinum carolanum Sinum chesapeakensis Sinum chipolanum Sinum clathratum Sinum concavum Sinum cymba Sinum debile Sinum debilis Sinum declive Sinum dickersoni Sinum euryhedra Sinum excentricum Sinum eximium Sinum fragilis Sinum gabbi Sinum gabrielensis Sinum gatunense Sinum grayi Sinum haliotoidea Sinum imperforatum Sinum ineptum Sinum jacksonense Sinum javanus Sinum lacondamini Sinum maculatum Sinum naticoidalis Sinum nolani Sinum noyesii Sinum obliquum Sinum pacificum Sinum perrini Sinum perspectivum Sinum protoneritoideus Sinum quirosanum Sinum sanctijohannis Sinum scopulosum Sinum subglobosus

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Type: Helix haliotoidea

Ecology: semi-infaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Italy (1 collection), Japan (1), the Marshall Islands (1), Mexico (2), Panama (2), Peru (2), South Africa (1), United States (19: California, Florida, Louisiana, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina), Vanuatu (1), Venezuela (1)

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

• Pliocene of Costa Rica (1), the Dominican Republic (2), Ecuador (4), India (1), Indonesia (5), Jamaica (2), Mexico (1), Pakistan (1), Panama (3), Peru (1), Spain (1), United States (4: California, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia), Venezuela (5)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (2)

• Miocene of Anguilla (1), Austria (1), Belgium (1), Brazil (2), Chile (7), Colombia (6), the Dominican Republic (14), France (5), Germany (5), Grenada (3), Guam (1), Haiti (1), India (5), Indonesia (4), Italy (1), Japan (13), Mexico (1), New Zealand (1), Pakistan (1), Palau (1), Panama (18), Peru (4), Poland (1), Trinidad and Tobago (2), United States (38: California, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Washington), Venezuela (3)

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

• Oligocene of Ecuador (1), Iran (1), Mexico (6), Pakistan (3), Panama (4), Peru (1), United States (33: California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington)

• Eocene to Oligocene of Haiti (1), United States (4: Oregon)

• Eocene of Angola (1), Belgium (3), Colombia (2), Egypt (1), France (6), Indonesia (2), Jamaica (2), New Zealand (2), Nigeria (7), Panama (3), Peru (1), the United Kingdom (6), United States (110: Alabama, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington)

• Paleocene of Egypt (1), Mexico (1), United States (12: Alabama, Louisiana, Texas)

Total: 422 collections including 474 occurrences

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