Lucinoma Dall 1901 (clam)

Bivalvia - Lucinida - Lucinidae

Alternative spellings: Lucina (Lucinoma), Phacoides (Lucinoma)

Parent taxon: Lucinidae according to S. Kiel and M. Taviana 2018

See also Beu et al. 1990, Glenn 1904, Moore 1976, Olsson 1931, Olsson 1964, Sepkoski 2002, Vokes 1980, von Cosel 2006, Ward 1992 and Wienrich 1999

Sister taxa: Afrolucina, Anodontia, Armimiltha, Austriella, Barbierella, Bretskya, Bulacanites, Cardiolucina, Cavilinga, Chavania, Codakia, Cryptolucina, Ctena, Dilora, Discoloripes, Discolucina, Divalinga, Divaricella, Divaricellinae, Epicodakia, Falsolucinoma, Ferrocina, Fimbria, Fimbriinae, Funafutia, Gigantocyclus, Gonimyrtea, Graecina, Ilioniinae, Illionia, Joellina, Lamylucina, Lepidolucina, Lepilucina, Leucosphaera, Liralucina, Lucininae, Maorithyas, Meganodontia, Megaxinus, Miltha, Milthinae, Milthona, Myrtea, Myrteinae, Myrtina, Nipponothracia, Notomyrtea, Nymphalucina, Parvidontia, Parvilucina, Phenacocyclas, Pillucina, Poumea, Pseudomiltha, Pteromyrtea, Radiolucina, Sinbadiella, Solelucina, Superlucina, Tehamatea, Tinalucina, Wallucina

Subtaxa: Lucinoma (Lucinoma) Lucinoma acutilineata Lucinoma annulatum Lucinoma chiripanica Lucinoma columbiana Lucinoma contracta Lucinoma filosa Lucinoma hannibali Lucinoma nagaoi Lucinoma persolida Lucinoma playaensis Lucinoma promaucana Lucinoma subcalcareous Lucinoma taylori Lucinoma zapotalensis

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Type: Lucina filosa

Ecology: facultatively mobile infaunal chemosymbiotic

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Belgium (1 collection), France (1), Italy (1), Japan (5), the Netherlands (2), the United Kingdom (4), United States (4: California, Florida, Maryland)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of United States (1: Washington)

• Pliocene of Belgium (7), Chile (2), Costa Rica (1), Ecuador (2), Indonesia (1), Italy (1), Japan (10), Mexico (1), the Netherlands (1), the Russian Federation (1), the United Kingdom (5), United States (28: California, Florida, Oregon, Virginia)

• Miocene to Pliocene of United States (3: California)

• Miocene of Austria (3), Belgium (14), Chile (5), Germany (23), Indonesia (1), Italy (4), Japan (40), Morocco (5), the Netherlands (1), New Zealand (9), Panama (5), Peru (1), the Philippines (1), Poland (4), the Russian Federation (15), Slovakia (2), United States (55: Alaska, California, Maryland, North Carolina, Oregon, Virginia, Washington)

• Oligocene of Argentina (5), Austria (1), Bulgaria (1), Denmark (3), Hungary (2), India (1), Italy (1), Japan (11), Peru (1), the Russian Federation (5), United States (25: Alaska, California, Oregon, Washington)

• Eocene of Bulgaria (3), the Russian Federation (1), United States (4: California, Oregon)

• Paleocene of New Zealand (1), United States (2: California)

• Cretaceous of Denmark (1), Japan (5)

Total: 343 collections including 360 occurrences

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