Sphenotus aeolus Hall and Whitfield 1869

Bivalvia - Cardiidia - Sanguinolitidae

Alternative combination: Sanguinolites aeolus

Full reference: J. Hall and R. P. Whitfield. 1869. Preliminary notice of the lamellibranchiate shells of the upper Helderberg, Hamilton and Chemung groups, with others from the Waverly sandstones, part 2. 1-80

Belongs to Sphenotus according to J. W. Busanus and R. D. Hoare 1991

See also Hall 1885, Hall and Whitfield 1869 and Meek 1875

Sister taxa: Sanguinolites bellerophontium, Sanguinolites bisectus, Sanguinolites carbonaria, Sanguinolites drupa, Sanguinolites elongatus, Sanguinolites gracilis, Sanguinolites hekitoensis, Sanguinolites ishii, Sanguinolites kamiyassensis, Sanguinolites lukjanovae, Sanguinolites modiomorphoides, Sanguinolites naiadiformis, Sanguinolites obliquus, Sanguinolites olseni, Sanguinolites peruvianus, Sanguinolites porteri, Sanguinolites qiaojiaensis, Sanguinolites shumardi, Sanguinolites simulans, Sanguinolites sphenoidalis, Sanguinolites unioniformis, Sanguinolites woolnoughi, Sanguinolites xizangensis, Sphenotus dubius, Sphenotus pisinnus, Sphenotus washingtonensis, Sphenotus solenoides, Sphenotus branneri, Sphenotus cataractes, Sphenotus gibsonense, Sphenotus quadriplicatum, Sphenotus hicksii, Sphenotus meslerianus, Sphenotus monroensis, Sphenotus tentoriolus, Sphenotus cherokeense, Sphenotus oklahomense, Sphenotus altidorsatus

Distribution:

• Chesterian of United States (2: West Virginia collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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