Permophricodothyris grandis Chao 1929 (lamp shell)

Rhynchonellata - Spiriferida - Elythidae

Alternative combination: Squamularia grandis

Belongs to Permophricodothyris according to J. I. Tazawa and N. Kaneko 2016

See also Chen 2005, Chen et al. 2005, Chen and Liao 2009, Feng and Jiang 1978, Huang 1933, Jin et al. 1974, Kotlyar 1989, Li and Shen 2008, Liao 1980, Licharew and Kotlyar 1978, Shi et al. 2002, Tong 1978, Wang et al. 1982, Yang et al. 1977, Zeng et al. 1995, Zhan 1979 and Zhan 1989

Sister taxa: Permophricodothyris affinis, Permophricodothyris bullata, Permophricodothyris caroli, Permophricodothyris cordata, Permophricodothyris elegantula, Permophricodothyris extensa, Permophricodothyris extensiformis, Permophricodothyris globosa, Permophricodothyris guangxiensis, Permophricodothyris inaequilateralis, Permophricodothyris incerta, Permophricodothyris indica, Permophricodothyris iranica, Permophricodothyris jiangshuiensis, Permophricodothyris nanchuanensis, Permophricodothyris nodosa, Permophricodothyris notialasiatica, Permophricodothyris ovata, Permophricodothyris rotiformis, Permophricodothyris squamularioides, Permophricodothyris squamularoides, Permophricodothyris subgrandis, Permophricodothyris trigonolaris, Permophricodothyris waageni

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Permian of China (64 collections), Japan (4), the Russian Federation (2)

Total: 70 collections each including a single occurrence

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