Thracia Blainville 1824 (clam)

Bivalvia - Thraciida - Thraciidae

Synonyms: Eximiothracia Iredale 1924, Osteodesma

Parent taxon: Thraciidae according to S. Schneider et al. 2005

See also Bouchet et al. 2010, Faustman 1964, Freneix et al. 1988, Glenn 1904, Marasti 1973, Moore 1976, Ros-Franch et al. 2014, Rosenberg et al. 2006, Sepkoski 2002, Vokes 1980, Ward and Blackwelder 1987 and Wienrich 1999

Sister taxa: Asthenothaerinae, Bushia, Corymya, Phragmorisma, Thracidentula, Thracidora, Thraciopsis

Subtaxa: Eximiothracia perscabrosa Thracia (Cetothrax) Thracia (Crassithracia) Thracia (Cyathodonta) Thracia (Homoeodesma) Thracia (Ixartia) Thracia (Odoncineta) Thracia (Thracia) Thracia alciope Thracia applanata Thracia brioni Thracia curtansata Thracia declivis Thracia depressa Thracia dilleri Thracia formosa Thracia grignonensis Thracia incerta Thracia karquinesensis Thracia keaseyensis Thracia kissoumi Thracia ludovica Thracia oblata Thracia papyracea Thracia parvula Thracia prisca Thracia proavita Thracia schencki Thracia stelcki Thracia ventricosa Thracia viceliacensis Thracia weedi

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Type: Mya pubescens

Ecology: facultatively mobile deep infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Australia (2 collections), Canada (3: Nunavut), Costa Rica (2), Ecuador (1), Greenland (1), Iceland (1), Mexico (2), Turkey (2), the United Kingdom (3), United States (14: California, Florida, Maine, New York, North Carolina, Oregon)

• Pliocene of Belgium (6), Costa Rica (1), Greece (1), Jamaica (1), Japan (1), the Netherlands (1), the Russian Federation (1), the United Kingdom (4), United States (14: California, Florida, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia), Venezuela (4)

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

• Miocene of Austria (3), Belgium (7), Colombia (1), Denmark (1), Ecuador (1), Germany (9), India (1), Italy (6), Japan (5), the Netherlands (2), Panama (8), Poland (1), Puerto Rico (4), the Russian Federation (15), Slovakia (2), United States (11: Alaska, California, Florida, Maryland, Oregon, Washington), Venezuela (1)

• Oligocene of Austria (3), Denmark (2), Greenland (1), Hungary (2), Japan (2), Panama (1), the Russian Federation (5), United States (22: Alaska, Florida, Mississippi, Oregon, Washington)

• Eocene to Oligocene of United States (1: Oregon)

• Eocene of Argentina (1), Bulgaria (2), Croatia (1), Germany (1), Italy (1), Japan (3), New Zealand (1), Peru (1), Romania (2), the Russian Federation (1), the United Kingdom (4), United States (25: California, Oregon, Washington)

• Paleocene to Eocene of United States (1: California)

• Paleocene of Denmark (2), the Russian Federation (1), United States (2: California)

• Cretaceous of Antarctica (7), Argentina (1), Australia (1), Canada (6: Alberta, Northwest Territories), China (3), Denmark (1), Egypt (2), France (5), Germany (3), Japan (3), Mozambique (1), New Zealand (5), Poland (6), the Russian Federation (2), Switzerland (5), USSR (1), United States (8: Alaska, Mississippi)

• Jurassic of Canada (3: Northwest Territories, Yukon), Chile (1), China (2), Egypt (1), Ethiopia (5), France (16), Germany (1), Greenland (31), India (16), Japan (6), Jordan (5), Kenya (1), Madagascar (1), New Zealand (4), Poland (1), Portugal (49), the Russian Federation (6), Saudi Arabia (28), Serbia and Montenegro (1), Somalia (6), Spain (1), Tanzania (5), Thailand (4), Tunisia (9), the United Kingdom (21), United States (20: Alaska, Utah, Wyoming), Vietnam (1)

• Triassic of China (1), Germany (1), Laos (2), the United Arab Emirates (1), Vietnam (1)

• Permian of Singapore (1)

Total: 544 collections including 581 occurrences

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