Scobinella Conrad 1848 (turrid)

Gastropoda - Neogastropoda - Turridae

Parent taxon: Turridae according to J. A. Todd 2001

See also Olsson 1931, Olsson 1964, Sepkoski 2002, Woodring 1928 and Woodring 1970

Sister taxa: Adelocythara, Amekicythara, Amuletum, Andicula, Awateria, Beretra, Borsoniinae, Carinodrillia, Clavatula, Cochlespirella, Cochlespiropsis, Compsodrillia, Coronia, Crassispira, Cryptoconinae, Cryptogemma, Daphinellinae, Decollidrillia, Defrancia, Drilliinae, Drillinae, Eoclathurella, Eopleurotoma, Eosurcula, Epalxis, Epidirella, Epidirona, Eucheilodon, Fusimilis, Fusiturricula, Gemmula, Genotia, Glabrocythara, Glossispira, Hemisurcula, Hesperiturris, Infracoronia, Inquisitor, Iotyrris, Knefastia, Kuroshioturris, Lepicythara, Leucosyrinx, Lioglyphostoma, Lophiotoma, Lucerapex, Lutema, Lyrosurcula, Maesiella, Michela, Miraclathurella, Monilispira, Muteluma, Nasavusavuia, Optoturris, Pachycythara, Parasyngenochilus, Perrona, Pilsbryspira, Pleurofusia, Pleurotomoides, Polystira, Procerapex, Protosurcula, Pseudoraphitoma, Ptychobela, Ptychosyrinx, Remnita, Sedilia, Sinistrella, Surculites, Surculoma, Tiariturris, Trachelochetus, Trypanotoma, Trypanotopsis, Turricula, Turridrupa, Turrinae, Turrinosyrinx, Turris, Unedogemmula, Vaughanites, Xenuroturris, Zonulispira

Subtaxa: Scobinella bartschi Scobinella caelata Scobinella coelata Scobinella ecuadoriana Scobinella meloda Scobinella morierei Scobinella newtonensis Scobinella prionota Scobinella sculpturata

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Type: Scobinella caelata

Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Costa Rica (1 collection)

• Pliocene of Costa Rica (1), Ecuador (4), Jamaica (2), Mexico (1), Panama (4)

• Miocene of Colombia (3), Costa Rica (1), Ecuador (1), Mexico (1), Panama (9)

• Oligocene of Mexico (1), Panama (2), United States (17: Mississippi)

• Eocene of Indonesia (2), Peru (3), United States (23: Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas)

Total: 76 collections including 93 occurrences

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