Acteocina Gray 1847 (barrel-bubble)

Gastropoda - Cephalaspidea - Cylichnidae

Parent taxon: Cylichnidae according to M. Harzhauser and T. Kowalke 2002

See also DuBar 1958, Gardner 1948, Olsson 1964, Olsson and Harbison 1953, Sepkoski 2002, Todd 2001, Ward and Blackwelder 1987 and Woodring 1928

Sister taxa: Abderospira, Bullaria, Bullichna, Cylichna, Cylichnania, Cylichnella, Philine, Scaphander, Suwannescapha, Taita

Subtaxa: Acteocina anetaspira Acteocina bullata Acteocina canaliculata Acteocina candei Acteocina cederstromi Acteocina chowanensis Acteocina culcitella Acteocina kirkwoodiana Acteocina lepta Acteocina puruha Acteocina recta Acteocina sandwicensis

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Ecology: semi-infaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Australia (2 collections), the Bahamas (1), Brazil (2), China (4), Costa Rica (2), the Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (2), French Polynesia (1), Haiti (1), Japan (1), Mexico (4), Panama (1), Thailand (1), United States (60: California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia), Uruguay (3), Venezuela (1)

• Pliocene of Costa Rica (8), Ecuador (5), Jamaica (3), Japan (1), Mexico (3), Panama (18), Trinidad and Tobago (3), United States (15: California, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia), Venezuela (4)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (1)

• Miocene of Argentina (1), Australia (1), Austria (5), Costa Rica (1), the Dominican Republic (3), Ecuador (2), France (2), Germany (1), Haiti (1), Iran (2), Kazakhstan (1), Panama (25), Romania (1), Trinidad and Tobago (4), Ukraine (1), United States (26: Florida, New Jersey), Venezuela (1)

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

• Oligocene of France (10), Panama (1), United States (25: Mississippi)

• Eocene of Mexico (3), United States (3: Alabama, North Carolina)

• Paleocene of Denmark (3), Germany (1), Greenland (2), United States (4: Alabama, Texas)

• Cretaceous of France (1)

Total: 280 collections including 325 occurrences

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