Wilkingia terminale Hall 1852 (clam)

Bivalvia - Cardiidia - Sanguinolitidae

Alternative combinations: Allerisma terminale, Allerisma terminalis, Allorisma terminale

Synonyms: Allorisma subcuneata Meek and Hayden 1858, Allorisma subcuneatum Meek and Hayden 1858

Full reference: J. Hall. 1852. Notes on some of the fossils collected on the route from the Missouri River to the Great Salt Lake and in the vicintiy of the latter place. Exploration and survey of the valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah. U. S. 32nd Congress Special Session, S. Ex. Doc. 3:407-414

Belongs to Wilkingia according to B. S. Kues 1995

See also Anelli et al. 2009, Burk 1954, Chronic 1952, Hall 1852, Hoare 1961, Kues 1991, Meek and Hayden 1858, Morningstar 1922, Mudge et al. 1962 and Raymond 1911

Sister taxa: Wilkingia abramovi, Wilkingia andrewsi, Wilkingia androsovi, Wilkingia anshunensis, Wilkingia bulkurensis, Wilkingia fengchengensis, Wilkingia guizhouensis, Wilkingia hainanensis, Wilkingia hubeiensis, Wilkingia inflata, Wilkingia kutorgana, Wilkingia lunulata, Wilkingia maxvillensis, Wilkingia mediterranea, Wilkingia neglecta, Wilkingia perelegans, Wilkingia pleuromyoides, Wilkingia rothi, Wilkingia sericea, Wilkingia terminalis, Wilkingia triangularis, Wilkingia verchojanica, Wilkingia walkeri, Wilkingia wyomingensis

Ecology: facultatively mobile deep infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Permian of United States (16: Arizona, Kansas, New Mexico collections)

• Virgilian of United States (19: Kansas, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas)

• Desmoinesian of United States (7: Missouri)

• Carboniferous of United States (19: Arizona, Kansas, Kentucky, New Mexico, New mexico)

Total: 61 collections each including a single occurrence

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