Architectonica Röding 1798 (sundial)

Gastropoda - Architectonicoidea - Architectonicidae

Alternative spellings: Architeconica, Architectoma, Architectonia, Architectonium

Parent taxon: Architectonicidae according to M. Harzhauser et al. 2009

See also Abbass 1967, Bieler and Petit 2005, Gardner 1947, Gardner 1948, Harzhauser 2004, Ladd 1972, Ladd 1982, MacNeil 1960, Marasti 1973, Moore 1976, Mukerjee 1939, Oostingh 1935, Perrilliat 1972, Perrilliat 1987, Rivera 1957, Robba et al. 1989, Sepkoski 2002, Sohl 1964, Todd 2001, Weisbord 1962 and Wienrich and Janssen 2007

Sister taxa: Acutitectonica, Basisulcata, Calodisculus, Dinaxis, Discotectonica, Disculus, Eosolarium, Granosolarium, Heliacinae, Mangonuia, Margaritella, Patulaxis, Philippia, Pseudomalaxis, Pseudotorinia, Psilaxis, Rinaldoconchus, Solarium, Spirolaxis, Torinia, Torinista, Wangaloa

Subtaxa: Architectonica (Adelphotectonica) Architectonica (Architectonica) Architectonica (Granosolarium) Architectonica (Solariaxis) Architectonica (Stellaxis) Architectonica (Stellaxis) elaborata Architectonica acuta Architectonica affinis Architectonica alabamensis Architectonica amoena Architectonica bajaensis Architectonica bellistriata Architectonica bieleri Architectonica blanda Architectonica carocollata Architectonica chiraensis Architectonica dehmi Architectonica fungina Architectonica higazii Architectonica jabonillensis Architectonica llajasensis Architectonica mainwaringi Architectonica meekana Architectonica narica Architectonica nitens Architectonica nobilis Architectonica perdix Architectonica perspectiva Architectonica saghaensis Architectonica simiensis Architectonica sullana

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Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Costa Rica (4 collections), Cuba (1), Djibouti (1), Ecuador (2), Indonesia (1), Italy (2), Japan (1), Kenya (1), Mexico (1), Pakistan (2), Panama (1), Spain (1), Taiwan (2), Thailand (2), United States (2: Florida, South Carolina), Vanuatu (1), Yemen (2)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Malaysia (1), United States (1: Florida)

• Pliocene of Colombia (4), Costa Rica (13), the Dominican Republic (3), Ecuador (4), India (1), Indonesia (8), Italy (1), Jamaica (4), Japan (7), Mexico (6), Pakistan (3), Panama (16), Papua New Guinea (1), Peru (1), the Philippines (4), Trinidad and Tobago (3), United States (8: California, Florida, South Carolina), Venezuela (17)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (4), Japan (1)

• Miocene of Algeria (5), Austria (2), Brazil (9), Chile (2), Colombia (44), Costa Rica (2), the Dominican Republic (6), Ecuador (16), France (2), Germany (12), Grenada (5), India (8), Indonesia (11), Italy (7), Japan (5), Mexico (3), Morocco (1), New Zealand (1), Pakistan (3), Panama (95), Peru (2), Poland (1), South Africa (1), Trinidad and Tobago (4), United States (17: Florida, Georgia, South Carolina), Venezuela (19)

• Oligocene of India (1), Iran (1), New Zealand (1), Pakistan (2), Panama (3), Peru (2), United States (29: Mississippi, North Carolina, Oregon), Venezuela (1)

• Eocene to Oligocene of Haiti (1)

• Eocene of Bulgaria (1), Colombia (2), Egypt (3), France (8), Germany (2), Indonesia (2), Italy (2), Mexico (7), the Netherlands Antilles (3), New Zealand (1), Nigeria (11), Pakistan (4), Panama (2), Peru (7), Saudi Arabia (1), Senegal (1), Spain (1), the United Kingdom (15), United States (152: Alabama, Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia)

• Paleocene of Belgium (1), Denmark (5), Germany (1), Mexico (1), Nigeria (1), Pakistan (1), Puerto Rico (1), United States (35: Alabama, California, Louisiana, Maryland, Texas, Virginia)

• Cretaceous of Poland (3), South Africa (1), United States (14: Alabama, California, Delaware, Mississippi, North Carolina, Texas), Venezuela (1)

• Jurassic of Somalia (1)

Total: 753 collections including 970 occurrences

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