Camptonectes Meek 1864 (scallop)

Bivalvia - Pectinida - Pectinoidae

Alternative spelling: Pecten (Camptonectes)

Parent taxon: Pectinidae according to S. A. Yamani 1983

See also Kiessling 2003, Marwick 1953, Maury 1936, Ronchetti 1970, Sepkoski 2002 and Stilwell 1998

Sister taxa: Agerchlamys, Amusium, Amussiopecten, Argopecten, Athlopecten, Batequeus, Bractechlamys, Camptonectinae, Canadonectites, Chesapecten, Chlamydinae, Chlamys, Complicachlamys, Comptopallium, Coralichlamys, Costellamussiopecten, Cristatopecten, Decadopecten, Decatopecten, Dimarzipecten, Eopecten, Euvola, Excellichlamys, Flabellipecten, Flexopecten, Fortipecten, Gigantopecten, Giraliapecten, Granulochlamys, Hinnites, Hunanonectes, Indopecten, Janupecten, Jorgechlamys, Korobkovia, Kotorapecten, Leopecten, Lepidopecten, Leptopecten, Loxochlamys, Lyriochlamys, Lyropecten, Macrochlamis, Manupecten, Merklinia, Micronectes, Minnivola, Mirapecten, Nanaochlamys, Neithea, Nevadapecten, Nippononectes, Nodipecten, Ochotochlamys, Palliolinae, Pascahinnites, Pectininae, Pedinae, Pedum, Periclaraia, Philippia, Placopecten, Pleuronectites, Praechlamys, Prohinnites, Pseudopecten, Pseudopectininae, Radiopecten, Radulonectites, Radulopecten, Rebeccapecten, Sectipecten, Semipecten, Serratovola, Spathochlamys, Spondylopecten, Stralopecten, Tosapecten, Vertipecten, Volachlamys, Weylinae, Yabepecten

Subtaxa: Camptonectes (Boreionectes) Camptonectes (Camptochlamys) Camptonectes (Camptonectes) Camptonectes (Costicamptonectes) Camptonectes (Hunanonectes) Camptonectes (Maclearnia) Camptonectes annulatus Camptonectes browni Camptonectes bubonis Camptonectes dettermani Camptonectes grandis Camptonectes laminatus Camptonectes lens Camptonectes matonabbei Camptonectes milleri Camptonectes subulatus Camptonectes virdunensis Camptonectes virgatus Pecten (Camptonectes) placitus

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Ecology: facultatively mobile low-level epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Miocene of Bulgaria (5 collections), Cyprus (2), Greece (3), Libya (2)

• Oligocene of Bulgaria (3), Hungary (2), Israel (1), Italy (1), Turkey (3), Ukraine (1)

• Eocene of Australia (1), Bulgaria (2), Romania (2)

• Paleocene of Argentina (22), Poland (1)

• Cretaceous of Argentina (72), Austria (2), Belgium (1), Brazil (1), Bulgaria (1), Canada (2: Alberta, Northwest Territories), China (2), Colombia (6), Cuba (1), Denmark (1), Egypt (2), France (2), Germany (8), Greenland (6), India (1), Italy (2), Kazakhstan (1), Mexico (13), Mozambique (8), the Netherlands (1), New Zealand (34), Oman (1), Poland (4), the Russian Federation (14), Senegal (1), Slovakia (1), South Africa (1), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (2), Sweden (1), Switzerland (3), USSR (21), Ukraine (1), the United Kingdom (9), United States (317: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Wyoming)

• Jurassic to Cretaceous of Antarctica (1), Canada (1: British Columbia)

• Jurassic of Afghanistan (2), Antarctica (2), Argentina (7), Canada (19: Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Yukon), Chile (9), China (19), Denmark (11), Ethiopia (4), France (34), Germany (26), Greenland (110), Hong Kong (1), Hungary (1), India (69), Iran (2), Italy (1), Japan (9), Kenya (6), Luxembourg (1), New Zealand (13), Norway (1), Poland (11), Portugal (47), Romania (5), the Russian Federation (21), Saudi Arabia (17), Serbia and Montenegro (1), Somalia (6), Spain (32), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (3), Switzerland (1), Thailand (2), Tunisia (4), the United Kingdom (42), United States (202: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming), Vietnam (2), Yemen (6)

• Triassic of Italy (2), Japan (1), the Russian Federation (2), Slovakia (3), Slovenia (1)

• Permian of United States (2: Texas, Wyoming)

Total: 1356 collections including 1551 occurrences

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