Panopea Menard 1807 (clam)

Bivalvia - Hiatellida - Hiatellidae

Alternative spellings: Panopaea, Panope

Parent taxon: Hiatellidae according to L. E. Anelli et al. 2006

See also Beu 2006, Camacho et al. 2000, Chiesa et al. 1995, Frassinetti and Covacevich 1999, Freneix et al. 1988, Gazdzicki and Pugaczewska 1984, Glenn 1904, Iqbal 1973, Kosnik 2002, Lamprell and Healy 1998, Marwick 1960, Moore 1976, Packard 1922, Perrilliat 1994, Pugaczewska 1984, Russell and Landes 1937, Sepkoski 2002, Skwarko 1967, Stilwell et al. 2004, Vokes 1980, Ward 1992, Ward and Blackwelder 1987, Wienrich 1999, Woodring 1982 and Wozny 1977

Sister taxa: Cyrtodaria, Glycimeris, Hiatella, Hiatellinae, Panopeinae, Turneria

Subtaxa: Panopaea depressa Panopaea elongata Panopaea mackrothi Panopaea montignyana Panopaea orientalis Panopaea remondii Panopaea toulai Panopaea vaudini Panope agnewi Panope borealis Panope californica Panope elongatissima Panope gurgitis Panope mclearni Panope murrayensis Panope webbi Panopea (Myopsis) Panopea (Panopea) Panopea abbreviata Panopea abrupta Panopea akerlundi Panopea aldrovandi Panopea americana Panopea anabarica Panopea australis Panopea bagualesia Panopea bitruncata Panopea brasiliensis Panopea chiloensis Panopea clausa Panopea dockensis Panopea eightsi Panopea gastaldii Panopea globosa Panopea glycymeris Panopea goldfussii Panopea ibari Panopea inaequivalvis Panopea intermedia Panopea kazakovae Panopea kissoumi Panopea nucleus Panopea parawhitfieldi Panopea ramonensis Panopea rathbuni Panopea snohomishensis Panopea thomasi Panopea undatoides Panopea whitfieldi Panopea worthingtoni Panopea zinsmeisteri

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Type: Panope aldrovandi

Ecology: stationary deep infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Belgium (1 collection), Costa Rica (1), Ecuador (1), Japan (5), Mexico (1), Morocco (1), New Zealand (1), South Africa (2), the United Kingdom (2), United States (17: Alaska, California, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina)

• Blancan of United States (1: California)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Mexico (1), United States (2: Florida, Washington)

• Pliocene of Antarctica (3), Australia (1), Belgium (7), Chile (7), Ecuador (3), Italy (1), Mexico (1), Panama (1), Peru (2), the Russian Federation (1), Spain (1), the United Kingdom (6), United States (33: California, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia)

• Miocene to Pliocene of United States (1: California)

• Miocene of Algeria (1), Antarctica (3), Argentina (17), Australia (2), Austria (6), Belgium (6), Chile (9), Cuba (1), Ecuador (5), Germany (9), Italy (6), Japan (17), Mexico (2), Morocco (2), the Netherlands (2), New Zealand (5), Panama (10), Peru (3), Poland (1), the Russian Federation (9), Slovakia (2), United States (67: California, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, Virginia, Washington)

• Oligocene to Miocene of Argentina (1), United States (5: Florida)

• Oligocene of Argentina (8), Austria (1), Denmark (3), France (5), Germany (1), Hungary (2), New Zealand (11), Romania (7), the Russian Federation (1), Turkey (3), United States (55: California, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington)

• Eocene of Antarctica (15), Argentina (9), Bulgaria (6), China (1), Egypt (1), Germany (1), Greenland (1), India (1), Italy (1), Mexico (1), New Zealand (7), Pakistan (7), Poland (1), Romania (4), the Russian Federation (1), Turkey (1), the United Kingdom (15), United States (24: Alabama, California, Georgia, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas)

• Paleocene of Argentina (17), Bulgaria (1), China (4), India (1), New Zealand (6), the United Kingdom (1), United States (30: Alabama, California, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, Texas, Virginia)

• Cretaceous to Paleogene of United States (1: New Jersey)

• Cretaceous of Albania (1), Antarctica (15), Argentina (45), Australia (7), Austria (1), Brazil (2), Canada (10: Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan), Chile (2), China (1), Cuba (1), the Czech Republic (1), Denmark (1), Egypt (1), France (8), Germany (7), Hungary (2), India (1), Indian Ocean (1), Italy (1), Japan (11), Jordan (1), Kazakhstan (1), Madagascar (7), Mexico (3), Mozambique (7), New Zealand (29), Peru (2), Poland (9), Portugal (1), the Russian Federation (8), Serbia and Montenegro (2), South Africa (3), Spain (2), Switzerland (15), Tanzania (1), Trinidad and Tobago (1), Turkmenistan (1), USSR (5), Ukraine (1), the United Kingdom (18), United States (65: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas), Venezuela (2)

• Jurassic to Cretaceous of Argentina (1)

• Jurassic of Chile (2)

• Triassic of Mexico (1), the Russian Federation (4)

Total: 861 collections including 990 occurrences

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