Corbula Bruguière 1789 (clam)

Bivalvia - Pholadida - Corbulidae

Synonyms: Aloidis Megerle 1811, Corbula (Aloidis) Megerle 1811

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

See also Anderson 1996, Anderson and Roopnarine 2003, da Silva Forti 1969, Gazdzicki and Pugaczewska 1984, Glenn 1904, Iqbal 1973, Kanno 1978, Lamprell and Healy 1998, Marasti 1973, Mukerjee 1939, Oostingh 1935, Rivera 1957, Russell and Landes 1937, Schneider et al. 2005, Sepkoski 2002, Vokes 1980 and Wienrich 1999

Sister taxa: Aloides, Anticorbula, Antiquicorbula, Bicorbula, Bothrocorbula, Caestocorbulinae, Caryocorbula, Caryocorbulinae, Concentricavalva, Corbulamellinae, Corbulinae, Cuneocorbula, Cuspicorbula, Eoursivivas, Erodona, Erodoninae, Exallocorbula, Ficusocorbula, Hexacorbula, Indocorbula, Juliacorbula, Lentidiinae, Lentidinae, Nipponicorbula, Ostomya, Pachydon, Pachydontinae, Pachyrotunda, Panamicorbula, Potamocorbula, Pulsidis

Subtaxa: Aloidis cheribonensis Aloidis scaphoides Aloidis tunicata Corbula (Anisocorbula) Corbula (Caryocorbula) Corbula (Corbula) Corbula (Notocorbula) Corbula (Serracorbula) Corbula (Tenuicorbula) Corbula (Varicorbula) Corbula acutangula Corbula acuticostata Corbula betsyae Corbula blakei Corbula buckmani Corbula carinata Corbula cotuhensis Corbula daghaniensis Corbula diaboli Corbula dickersoni Corbula dilatata Corbula ecuabula Corbula extenuata Corbula fossata Corbula franklini Corbula ganguararica Corbula grandidieri Corbula gregorioi Corbula inaequalis Corbula islipensis Corbula khalidi Corbula knoxiana Corbula lacteana Corbula lyoni Corbula lyonsi Corbula lyra Corbula mekranica Corbula muricina Corbula negritensis Corbula nematophora Corbula obliquata Corbula oldhami Corbula onestae Corbula oniscus Corbula palliseri Corbula paracasensis Corbula paracrassa Corbula percompressa Corbula sinuosa Corbula spectabilis Corbula sphenia Corbula sprouli Corbula stillwaterensis Corbula striatina Corbula striatuloides Corbula subengota Corbula sulcata Corbula sulcifera Corbula taheri Corbula tenuis Corbula tenuisulcata Corbula terramaria Corbula trigonalis Corbula tunicosulcata Corbula ursaniensis Corbula woodsi Corbulamella suffalciata

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Type: Corbula sulcata

Ecology: stationary infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Australia (1 collection), Belgium (2), Costa Rica (2), Djibouti (3), Ecuador (2), Egypt (1), Eritrea (1), France (1), Haiti (1), Italy (2), Japan (6), Panama (2), Poland (8), Turkey (2), the United Kingdom (5), United States (17: California, Florida, Mississippi, South Carolina), Uruguay (1), Venezuela (2), Yemen (2)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Malaysia (8), Mexico (1), United States (1: Florida)

• Pliocene of Antarctica (1), Australia (1), Belgium (8), Colombia (2), Costa Rica (6), the Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (3), India (1), Indonesia (12), Italy (6), Jamaica (4), Japan (3), Mexico (3), the Netherlands (1), Pakistan (5), Panama (14), Papua New Guinea (1), the Philippines (3), South Africa (5), Trinidad and Tobago (6), the United Kingdom (4), United States (17: California, Florida, South Carolina, Virginia), Venezuela (7)

• Miocene to Pliocene of the Dominican Republic (6)

• Miocene of Argentina (3), Australia (11), Austria (12), Belgium (7), Brazil (8), Bulgaria (6), Colombia (4), Cyprus (1), Denmark (1), the Dominican Republic (12), France (2), Germany (54), Greece (2), Haiti (1), India (7), Indonesia (20), Iran (1), Italy (6), Japan (3), Mexico (2), Morocco (7), the Netherlands (2), New Zealand (12), Pakistan (6), Panama (49), Papua New Guinea (1), Peru (5), the Philippines (2), Poland (4), Romania (2), the Russian Federation (1), Slovakia (7), Somalia (2), South Africa (1), Spain (1), Trinidad and Tobago (11), United States (98: California, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia), Venezuela (5)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Argentina (1), Haiti (1), United States (2: Florida)

• Oligocene of Argentina (2), Austria (2), Belgium (4), China (1), Denmark (6), France (27), Germany (1), Hungary (4), Kazakhstan (2), Mexico (8), the Netherlands (1), New Zealand (18), Pakistan (2), Peru (2), Puerto Rico (3), Trinidad and Tobago (1), United States (58: Mississippi)

• Eocene of Belgium (4), Bosnia and Herzegovina (1), Bulgaria (4), China (3), Colombia (6), Egypt (2), France (8), Greenland (1), India (1), Indonesia (4), Italy (2), Jamaica (1), Mexico (6), the Netherlands (2), New Zealand (6), Nigeria (10), Pakistan (3), Panama (1), Peru (4), Poland (1), Saudi Arabia (1), Somalia (1), Spain (35), the United Kingdom (43), United States (152: Alabama, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington), Venezuela (1)

• Paleocene to Eocene of Pakistan (1), Saudi Arabia (1)

• Paleocene of Austria (2), Belgium (2), Canada (1: Saskatchewan), Denmark (7), Egypt (3), Germany (2), Greenland (1), Nigeria (2), Poland (1), United States (73: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Tennessee, Texas)

• Cretaceous of Albania (1), Australia (2), Brazil (1), Canada (25: Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan), Egypt (6), Germany (2), Hungary (1), Israel (10), Japan (12), Kazakhstan (1), Madagascar (1), Mexico (2), Mozambique (1), Peru (3), Poland (1), Portugal (2), Spain (1), Switzerland (1), Tanzania (1), USSR (1), the United Kingdom (4), United States (285: Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wyoming)

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

• Jurassic of Afghanistan (1), Canada (4: Northwest Territories, Yukon), China (2), France (12), Germany (1), India (1), Iran (1), Japan (5), Kenya (3), Poland (1), Portugal (9), Romania (1), Somalia (2), Tanzania (8), the United Kingdom (5), United States (7: Wyoming)

• Triassic of Italy (1), United States (1: Nevada)

Total: 1545 collections including 1945 occurrences

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