Chlamys Röding 1798 (scallop)

Bivalvia - Pectinida - Pectinoidae

Alternative spelling: Pecten (Chlamys)

Parent taxon: Pectinidae according to J. A. Todd 2001

See also Coan et al. 2000, da Silva Forti 1969, del Rio 1992, Dockery 1982, DuBar 1958, Faustman 1964, Frassinetti and Covacevich 1995, Frassinetti and Covacevich 1999, Gardner 1943, Gazdzicki and Pugaczewska 1984, Gibson 1987, Glenn 1904, Islamoglu and Taner 1995, Kiessling 2003, Ladd and Hoffmeister 1945, Lamprell and Whitehead 1992, Marasti 1973, Marquet and Dijkstra 2000, Matsubara 2002, Maxwell 1992, Mukerjee 1939, Oostingh 1935, Sepkoski 2002, Stilwell 1998, Vredenburg 1928, Woodring 1982 and Wozny 1977

Sister taxa: Agerchlamys, Amusium, Amussiopecten, Argopecten, Athlopecten, Batequeus, Bractechlamys, Camptonectes, Camptonectinae, Canadonectites, Chesapecten, Chlamydinae, 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: Chlamys (Anatipopecten) Chlamys (Azumapecten) Chlamys (Camptochlamys) Chlamys (Camptonectes) Chlamys (Chlamys) Chlamys (Leochlamys) Chlamys (Mimachlamys) Chlamys (Miyagipecten) Chlamys (Radulopecten) Chlamys (Scaeochlamys) Chlamys (Swiftopecten) Chlamys anapleus Chlamys angsanana Chlamys antiaustralis Chlamys archiaciana Chlamys ashiyaensis Chlamys asperrimus Chlamys badenpowelli Chlamys bartschi Chlamys bellicostata Chlamys biarritzensis Chlamys biddleana Chlamys bifrons Chlamys branneri Chlamys cacawensis Chlamys caillaudi Chlamys calkinsi Chlamys carinata Chlamys choctavensis Chlamys cinnabarina Chlamys clarkeana Chlamys cookei Chlamys corteziana Chlamys curvivarians Chlamys cushmani Chlamys decemnarius Chlamys decussata Chlamys dentata Chlamys deshayesii Chlamys dringi Chlamys egregius Chlamys elongata Chlamys eupatagonicus Chlamys exaratus Chlamys faujasi Chlamys feddeni Chlamys fenestratus Chlamys funebris Chlamys goldfussi Chlamys grossouvrei Chlamys hertleini Chlamys hodgei Chlamys hupeanus Chlamys indecisa Chlamys ingeniosa Chlamys jamviniensis Chlamys janiroides Chlamys kebolintangensis Chlamys kotaklensis Chlamys kotorana Chlamys kumanodoensis Chlamys lentiginosa Chlamys lowei Chlamys matchgarensis Chlamys mediacostatus Chlamys menkrawitensis Chlamys mercuria Chlamys milvus Chlamys miurensis Chlamys nisataiensis Chlamys nupera Chlamys nuwokensis Chlamys opuntia Chlamys palmyrensis Chlamys peroni Chlamys picta Chlamys portoricoensis Chlamys praenuncius Chlamys proavus Chlamys rollei Chlamys rubida Chlamys ruschenbergerii Chlamys sanctiludovici Chlamys sanguinolenta Chlamys scabrellus Chlamys sespensis Chlamys seymouri Chlamys shitakaraensis Chlamys sokolovi Chlamys solea Chlamys splendens Chlamys squamosa Chlamys subacuta Chlamys substriata Chlamys talahabensis Chlamys tamurae Chlamys tenuicostatus Chlamys textoria Chlamys titirangiensis Chlamys tjaringinensis Chlamys wahtubbeana Pecten (Chlamys) alexandri Pecten (Chlamys) articulatus Pecten (Chlamys) caloosensis Pecten (Chlamys) eboreus Pecten (Chlamys) erlangeri Pecten (Chlamys) prototranquebaricus Pecten (Chlamys) rogersii Pecten (Chlamys) santamaria Pecten (Chlamys) satoi Pecten (Chlamys) tauroperstriaus Pecten (Chlamys) thompsoni Pecten (Chlamys) waylandi

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Type: Chlamys cinnabarina

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Australia (4 collections), the Bahamas (2), Canada (22: British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Quebec), Djibouti (3), Ecuador (1), Egypt (1), Eritrea (1), France (2), Greece (2), Greenland (12), Iceland (6), India (1), Iran (1), Ireland (1), Italy (5), Japan (11), Kenya (3), Morocco (4), Mozambique (1), the Netherlands (4), New Zealand (4), Pakistan (3), Peru (2), the Philippines (1), Saudi Arabia (1), the Seychelles (1), South Africa (4), Spain (7), Sudan (1), Sweden (1), Taiwan (5), Tanzania (1), the United Kingdom (3), United States (52: Alaska, California, Florida, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington), Yemen (7)

• Blancan of United States (1: California)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Malaysia (7), United States (1: Florida)

• Pliocene of Algeria (1), Antarctica (2), Australia (1), Chile (6), Costa Rica (1), Cuba (1), Cyprus (1), the Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (4), Egypt (2), Greece (11), Haiti (1), India (1), Indonesia (9), Iran (1), Italy (3), Jamaica (5), Japan (11), Mexico (11), New Zealand (1), Pakistan (7), Panama (2), Peru (4), Portugal (1), the Russian Federation (6), South Africa (2), Spain (4), United States (43: Alaska, California, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington)

• Hemphillian of United States (1: Alabama)

• Miocene to Pliocene of Australia (1), the Dominican Republic (1), Indonesia (1), United States (3: Alaska, California)

• Miocene of Algeria (10), Argentina (13), Australia (17), Austria (10), Belgium (3), Brazil (5), Bulgaria (4), Chile (6), Colombia (1), Cuba (2), Cyprus (6), the Dominican Republic (6), Egypt (1), Fiji (13), France (4), Greece (5), Greenland (2), Grenada (3), Haiti (6), India (8), Indonesia (17), Iran (5), Italy (12), Japan (43), Libya (3), Madagascar (2), Malta (5), Moldova (10), Morocco (5), New Zealand (1), Pakistan (8), Panama (12), Peru (2), the Philippines (1), Poland (8), Puerto Rico (1), Romania (23), the Russian Federation (15), Slovakia (3), Somalia (9), South Africa (1), Spain (2), Sri Lanka (6), Tanzania (2), United States (53: Alaska, California, Florida), Vanuatu (1), Venezuela (1)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Argentina (1), the Russian Federation (1), United States (14: California, Florida)

• Oligocene to Eocene of Argentina (1)

• Oligocene of Argentina (1), Australia (1), Bulgaria (5), China (1), France (6), Germany (1), Greenland (1), Hungary (2), India (1), Italy (1), Japan (8), Libya (1), the Netherlands (1), New Zealand (7), Oman (1), Pakistan (1), Romania (2), the Russian Federation (5), Somalia (8), United States (42: Alabama, Alaska, California, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, Virginia, Washington)

• Eocene to Oligocene of Argentina (2), United States (1: Alabama)

• Eocene of Antarctica (10), Argentina (2), Australia (2), Belgium (4), Bulgaria (12), China (2), Croatia (2), France (3), Germany (1), Hungary (1), India (1), Indonesia (2), Italy (4), Japan (3), Mexico (2), the Netherlands (2), New Zealand (17), Pakistan (1), Peru (1), Poland (3), Romania (9), the Russian Federation (1), Somalia (1), Spain (4), Turkey (1), the United Kingdom (10), United States (221: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia)

• Paleocene to Eocene of Pakistan (1)

• Paleocene of Argentina (1), Denmark (5), Greenland (1), New Zealand (1), the Russian Federation (1), United States (6: Alabama, Alaska, Maryland, Virginia)

• Cretaceous of Argentina (4), the Czech Republic (1), Egypt (13), France (11), Germany (4), Hungary (2), Italy (4), Japan (4), Mozambique (2), New Zealand (10), Nigeria (1), Peru (2), Poland (11), the Russian Federation (1), South Africa (1), Spain (7), Sweden (1), Switzerland (2), Tanzania (1), Trinidad and Tobago (1), Ukraine (2), the United Kingdom (14), United States (18: Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Mississippi, New Jersey, Wyoming)

• Jurassic of Argentina (29), Belgium (1), Canada (60: Alberta, British Columbia, Northwest Territories, Yukon), Chile (122), China (8), Denmark (4), Ethiopia (3), France (62), Georgia (1), Germany (30), Greenland (38), Hungary (2), India (58), Iran (6), Italy (5), Japan (11), Jordan (10), Kenya (19), Luxembourg (3), Madagascar (2), Morocco (9), New Zealand (6), Poland (2), Portugal (3), Romania (5), the Russian Federation (9), Saudi Arabia (47), Serbia and Montenegro (2), Slovakia (1), Somalia (7), Spain (18), Tanzania (19), Tunisia (2), the United Kingdom (69), United States (7: California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Wyoming ), Yemen (1)

• Triassic of Austria (31), Bulgaria (3), China (8), France (3), Hungary (2), Iran (7), Italy (6), Japan (4), Mexico (2), New Caledonia (1), New Zealand (3), Papua New Guinea (1), the Russian Federation (26), Slovakia (5), Tajikistan (1), Thailand (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (11: Alaska, Nevada, Oregon, Utah)

• Permian of China (1), Malaysia (1)

Total: 2085 collections including 2709 occurrences

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