Oliva tuberaensis Anderson 1929 (olive snail)

Gastropoda - Neogastropoda - Olividae

Alternative combination: Oliva (Oliva) tuberaensis

Full reference: F. M. Anderson. 1929. Marine Miocene and related deposits of North Colombia. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences 18(4):73-213

Belongs to Oliva according to B. Landau and C. Marques da Silva 2010

See also Anderson 1929 and Woodring 1964

Sister taxa: Oliva (Ispidula), Oliva (Neocylindrus), Oliva (Oliva), Oliva (Omogymna), Oliva (Strephona), Oliva (Strephonella), Oliva acuminata, Oliva bombylis, Oliva brevispira, Oliva caldania, Oliva canalifera, Oliva carneola, Oliva couvana, Oliva cristobalcoloni, Oliva cylindrica, Oliva delata, Oliva funebralis, Oliva futheyana, Oliva gatunensis, Oliva giraudi, Oliva harrisi, Oliva idonea, Oliva immortua, Oliva indica, Oliva junghuhni, Oliva laumontiana, Oliva maura, Oliva meganosensis, Oliva miniacea, Oliva misti, Oliva mitrata, Oliva mitreola, Oliva peruviana, Oliva pichincha, Oliva reticularis, Oliva simonsoni, Oliva subplicata, Oliva subulata, Oliva tjidamrensis, Oliva trinidadensis, Oliva utriculus, Oliva valens, Oliva vetusta

Type specimen: CAS 4172, a shell. Its type locality is CAS Loc. 267 (horizon R), Tubará Mtn [Tubará Fm], which is in a Pliocene marine siliciclastic in the Tubará Formation of Colombia.

Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Pliocene of Colombia (6 collections)

Total: 6 collections each including a single occurrence

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