Fasciolaria Lamarck 1799 (tulip snail)

Gastropoda - Neogastropoda - Fasciolariidae

Alternative spelling: Fusus (Fasciolaria)

Synonym: Iaeraena Rafinisque 1815

Parent taxon: Fasciolariinae according to M. A. Snyder 2003

See also DuBar 1958, Gardner 1947, Gardner 1948, Harzhauser and Mandic 2001, Kensley and Pether 1986, Olsson and Harbison 1953, Sepkoski 2002, Snyder et al. 2012, Todd 2001, Ward and Blackwelder 1987 and Woodring 1964

Sister taxa: Africolaria, Aurantilaria, Bellifusus, Boltenella, Cinctura, Clavellofusus, Conradconfusus, Cryptorhytis, Drilluta, Euthriofusus, Fascinus, Filifusus, Granolaria, Graphidula, Hercorhyncus, Kilburnia, Latirulus, Liochlamys, Lirofusus, Mariafusus, Micasarcina, Microcolus, Myelcoma, Odontofusus, Ornopsis, Palaeorhaphis, Paleopsephaea, Perse, Piestochilus, Plectocion, Pleuroploca, Pliculofusus, Skyles, Terebraspira, Trichifusus, Triplofusus, Viridifusus, Woodsella

Subtaxa: Fasciolaria (Fasciolaria) Fasciolaria (Triplofusus) Fasciolaria beaufortensis Fasciolaria carminamaris Fasciolaria chatsworthensis Fasciolaria concinna Fasciolaria dinglei Fasciolaria fusilla Fasciolaria juncea Fasciolaria lastroensis Fasciolaria macdonaldi Fasciolaria mucronata Fasciolaria plexa Fasciolaria ramondi Fasciolaria semistriata Fasciolaria tulipa

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Type: Murex tulipa

Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Costa Rica (1 collection), Cuba (1), Italy (1), Jamaica (2), Japan (3), Panama (1), Tanzania (1), United States (28: Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina), Venezuela (1)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of United States (2: Florida)

• Pliocene of Costa Rica (2), the Dominican Republic (3), Jamaica (1), Mexico (1), Panama (3), South Africa (1), Trinidad and Tobago (2), United States (5: Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina), Venezuela (3)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (6)

• Miocene of Australia (4), Brazil (2), Colombia (4), Costa Rica (1), the Dominican Republic (18), Ecuador (1), India (1), Italy (2), Panama (16), Poland (1), South Africa (1), United States (1: Florida)

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

• Oligocene of Austria (2), Costa Rica (1), Hungary (1)

• Eocene to Oligocene of Haiti (1)

• Eocene of United States (3: California, New Jersey)

• Paleocene of Egypt (2), Mexico (1), United States (11: California, Texas)

• Cretaceous of Brazil (2), Canada (2: Alberta), New Zealand (2), United States (4: New Jersey, New Mexico, Tennessee, Wyoming)

Total: 153 collections including 167 occurrences

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