Subulites Emmons 1842 (snail)

Gastropoda - Murchisoniina - Subulitidae

Synonyms: Polyphemopsis Portlock 1843, Subulites (Polyphemopsis) Portlock 1843

Full reference: E. Emmons. 1842. Geology of New York, pt. 2, Comprising the survey of the second geological district. New York State Geological Survey 1-429

Parent taxon: Subulitidae according to P. Bouchet et al. 2005

See also Foerste 1893, Knight et al. 1960, Nützel et al. 2000, Sepkoski 2002 and Ulrich and Scofield 1897

Sister taxa: Balbiniconcha, Cyrtospira, Eroicaspira, Fusispira, Subulitinae

Subtaxa: Subulites acutus Subulites amphora Subulites attenuatus Subulites beloitensis Subulites bohemicus Subulites calciferus Subulites canadensis Subulites compactus Subulites conradi Subulites daphne Subulites dixonenesis Subulites ellisensis Subulites elongatus Subulites enormis Subulites gigas Subulites gloucesterensis Subulites granum Subulites inflata Subulites lineolata Subulites longior Subulites microcochleus Subulites nanus Subulites parvus Subulites pergracilis Subulites planilateralis Subulites priscus Subulites prolongata Subulites prolongatus Subulites regularis Subulites revalensis Subulites richardsoni Subulites stromboides Subulites subelongatus Subulites subula Subulites terebriformis Subulites thulensis Subulites toernquisti

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Type: Subulites elongatus

Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Permian of China (1 collection), United States (2: Nevada)

• Devonian of Australia (1), the Czech Republic (2)

• Silurian of Canada (2: Ontario), the Czech Republic (2), Greenland (1), Norway (2), Sweden (3), Ukraine (1), United States (2: Ohio, Virginia)

• Ordovician of Canada (28: Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Ontario, Quebec, Québec), Estonia (20), Norway (2), Sweden (1), United States (49: Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Tennessee, Virginia, Wisconsin)

• Chazy of United States (2: New York)

• Cassinian of Canada (1: Quebec), the United Kingdom (1)

Total: 123 collections including 160 occurrences

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