Pinna Linnaeus 1758 (oyster)

Bivalvia - Ostreida - Pinnidae

Parent taxon: Pinnidae according to Y. S. Repin 2013

See also Eames 1951, Frassinetti and Covacevich 1999, Grant and Gale 1931, Lamprell and Whitehead 1992, Mukerjee 1939, Oostingh 1935, Scholz et al. 2008, Sepkoski 2002, Squires 1983, Stilwell et al. 2004, Vokes 1980 and Yamani 1982

Sister taxa: Atrina, Aviculopinna, Chimaeroderma, Curvula, Cyrtopinna, Exitopinna, Meekopinna, Plesiopinna, Pteronites, Quantulopinna, Servatrina, Stegoconcha, Streptopinna, Subitopinna, Trichites

Subtaxa: Pinna (Pinna) Pinna (Sulcatopinna) Pinna alborzica Pinna ampla Pinna arata Pinna barrowsi Pinna bicolor Pinna calamitoides Pinna carnea Pinna confutsiana Pinna constantini Pinna cordata Pinna credneri Pinna cretacea Pinna decussata Pinna deltodes Pinna deshayesi Pinna dolosoniensis Pinna folium Pinna freneixae Pinna incurva Pinna kawhiana Pinna laqueata Pinna latissima Pinna latrania Pinna lewisi Pinna lima Pinna llajasensis Pinna margaritacea Pinna meriani Pinna mitis Pinna muikadanensis Pinna muricata Pinna octavia Pinna pectinata Pinna punjabensis Pinna qinghaiensis Pinna reginamaris Pinna rembangensis Pinna richthofeni Pinna robinaldina Pinna robusta Pinna rudis Pinna saccata Pinna semicostata Pinna semisulcata Pinna shekhanensis Pinna sublanceolata Pinna triquetra Pinna vexillum

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Ecology: stationary semi-infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Australia (3 collections), Costa Rica (1), Jamaica (1), Japan (1), Jordan (1), Kenya (1), Morocco (1), South Africa (1), United States (5: Florida), Venezuela (1)

• Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (2), Ecuador (2), Greece (1), Indonesia (1), Jamaica (2), Mexico (1), Pakistan (3), Spain (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (4: California), Venezuela (4)

• Miocene of Anguilla (1), Argentina (2), Austria (3), Chile (9), Colombia (1), France (1), Haiti (1), India (5), Indonesia (4), Italy (5), Jamaica (1), Morocco (2), New Zealand (2), Portugal (1), Sri Lanka (1), United States (1: Maryland)

• Oligocene of Argentina (1), France (1), New Zealand (2), Romania (1), United States (3: California)

• Eocene of Antarctica (2), Belgium (3), Colombia (1), Egypt (2), France (1), Germany (1), Indonesia (1), Italy (1), Japan (1), Mexico (3), New Zealand (1), Nigeria (1), Romania (4), the United Kingdom (7), United States (10: Alabama, California, Louisiana, South Carolina, Texas)

• Paleocene to Eocene of United States (1: North Carolina)

• Paleocene of Antarctica (8), Argentina (6), Denmark (6), Poland (1), United States (8: Alabama, California, Louisiana, New Jersey)

• Cretaceous of Afghanistan (1), Antarctica (13), Argentina (19), Australia (1), Austria (3), Belgium (1), Brazil (17), Bulgaria (1), Canada (4: Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories), Chile (1), Colombia (1), the Czech Republic (2), Denmark (3), Egypt (4), France (6), Germany (13), India (3), Italy (1), Japan (9), Jordan (1), Madagascar (2), Mexico (4), Mozambique (6), the Netherlands (1), New Zealand (5), Niger (1), Nigeria (1), Poland (6), the Russian Federation (11), South Africa (2), Spain (2), Switzerland (8), Tanzania (1), Turkey (1), USSR (9), Ukraine (1), the United Kingdom (11), United States (81: Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, Texas)

• Jurassic of Antarctica (1), Argentina (32), Canada (16: Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon), Chile (78), China (4), Egypt (1), Ethiopia (1), France (26), Germany (32), Greenland (66), Hungary (1), India (12), Iran (3), Italy (1), Japan (4), Luxembourg (3), Madagascar (2), Mexico (4), New Zealand (1), Poland (5), Romania (7), the Russian Federation (5), Somalia (1), Spain (47), Switzerland (3), Tanzania (11), Thailand (1), Tunisia (3), the United Kingdom (34), United States (35: Alaska, California, Montana, Utah, Wyoming), Vietnam (1)

• Triassic of Austria (6), Chile (1), China (2), Germany (1), Iran (20), Israel (1), Italy (5), Japan (6), Pakistan (1), the Russian Federation (1), Slovakia (1), Slovenia (1), United States (7: Alaska, California, Nevada)

• Permian of China (2), Indonesia (1), Italy (1), United States (2: Alaska)

• Chesterian of United States (3: Ohio, West Virginia)

• Carboniferous of the United Kingdom (7), United States (12: Arizona, Indiana, Montana, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia)

Total: 934 collections including 980 occurrences

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