Spirelytha miloradovichi Archbold and Thomas 1984 (lamp shell)

Rhynchonellata - Spiriferida - Elythidae

Full reference: N. W. Archbold and G. A. Thomas. 1984. Permian Elythidae (Brachiopoda) from Western Australia. Alcheringa 8:311-326

Belongs to Spirelytha according to B.C. Abramov and A.D. Grigorieva 1988

See also Archbold and Thomas 1984

Sister taxa: Spirelytha borealis, Spirelytha buravasi, Spirelytha fredericksi, Spirelytha grandis, Spirelytha kashirtsevi, Spirelytha kislakovi, Spirelytha magna, Spirelytha pavlovae, Spirelytha petaliformis, Spirelytha sheii, Spirelytha stepanoviana

Type specimen: CPC 19938, a shell (Articulated shell). Its type locality is BMR MG259, Minilya River, which is in a Kungurian marine sandstone in the Nalbia Formation of Australia.

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder


• Permian of Australia (10 collections), the Russian Federation (5)

Total: 15 collections each including a single occurrence

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