Eumorphotis multiformis Bittner 1899 (scallop)

Bivalvia - Pectinida - Heteropectinidae

Alternative combinations: Pseudomonotis (Eumorphotis) multiformis, Pseudomonotis multiformis

Full reference: A. Bittner. 1899. Versteinerungen aus den Trias-Ablagerungen des Süd-Ussuri Gebietes in der ostsibirischen Küstenprovinz [Fossils of the Triassic deposits of the southern Ussuri region in the eastern Siberian coastal province]. Trudy Geologicheskago Komiteta 7(4):1-35

Belongs to Eumorphotis according to J. H. Powell et al. 2019

See also Bittner 1899, Ciriacks 1963, Gavrilova 1995, Hautmann et al. 2013, Hofmann et al. 2013, Hofmann and Hautmann 2013, Hofmann et al. 2015, Nakazawa 1953, Nakazawa 1971, Nakazawa 1981, Newell and Boyd 1995, Newell and Kummel 1942, Ogilvie Gordon 1927, Shen et al. 1995, Spath 1935 and Yang et al. 1979

Sister taxa: Eumorphotis amplicostata, Eumorphotis bokharica, Eumorphotis buhaheensis, Eumorphotis ericius, Eumorphotis gronensis, Eumorphotis hinnitidea, Eumorphotis huancangensis, Eumorphotis inaequicostata, Eumorphotis inaequicostatus, Eumorphotis iwanowi, Eumorphotis lorigae, Eumorphotis nationalis, Eumorphotis rugosa, Eumorphotis shajingengi, Eumorphotis spicata, Eumorphotis telleri, Eumorphotis tenuistriata, Eumorphotis venetiana, Eumorphotis virginensis, Pseudomonotis (Eumorphotis) asperata, Pseudomonotis (Eumorphotis) nodulata, Neomorphotis gigantea, Neomorphotis compta, Neomorphotis comta

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Triassic of Canada (1: British Columbia collection), China (32), Greenland (2), Hungary (11), India (2), Italy (24), Japan (7), Jordan (1), Kazakhstan (1), Malaysia (1), the Russian Federation (8), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (1), Thailand (1), United States (53: Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming), Vietnam (1)

• Permian of China (2)

Total: 148 collections each including a single occurrence

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