Alternative combination: Rhipidomella mesoplatys
Synonyms: Rhipidomella leonardensis King 1931, Rhipidomella transversa King 1931
Full reference: R. E. King. 1931. The Geology of the Glass Mountains, Texas, Part II, Faunal summary and correlation of the Permian formations with description of Brachiopoda. The University of Texas Bulletin 3042:1-245
Sister taxa: Acosarina antesulcata, Acosarina baylorensis, Acosarina circular, Acosarina dorashamensis, Acosarina dunbari, Acosarina fecunda, Acosarina grandis, Acosarina incisiva, Acosarina janiceps, Acosarina juresanensis, Acosarina minuta, Acosarina monocosta, Acosarina peculiaris, Acosarina rectimarginata, Acosarina regularis, Acosarina tumita
- Acosarina mesoplatys: YPM 12680a, a shell (Articulated shell)
- Rhipidomella leonardensis: Its type locality is R.E. King 123, Leonard Mountain, Glass Mountains, which is in a Kungurian carbonate limestone in the Cathedral Mountain Formation of Texas.
- Rhipidomella transversa: Its type locality is R.E. King 123, Leonard Mountain, Glass Mountains, which is in a Kungurian carbonate limestone in the Cathedral Mountain Formation of Texas.
Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder
• Permian of United States (87: Texas collections)
Total: 87 collections each including a single occurrence
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