Astartella guthriensis Newton 1906 (clam)

Bivalvia - Carditida - Astartidae

Alternative combination: Astarte guthriensis

Full reference: R. B. Newton. 1906. Notice of some fossils from Singapore discovered by John B. Scrivenor, FGS, geologist to the Federated Malay States. Geological Magazine, New Series, Decade V 3:487-496

Belongs to Astartella according to M. E. Clapham 2015

See also Newton 1906

Sister taxa: Astartella adenticulata, Astartella ambiensis, Astartella aueri, Astartella cavernata, Astartella clinata, Astartella compacta, Astartella concentrica, Astartella consimilis, Astartella doulingensis, Astartella gemmifera, Astartella guangxingensis, Astartella huangnijiangensis, Astartella meridionalis, Astartella minuta, Astartella multicostata, Astartella nasuta, Astartella obliqua, Astartella omolonica, Astartella permocarbonica, Astartella pindensis, Astartella progenetrix, Astartella pusilla, Astartella quadrata, Astartella qubuensis, Astartella raricostata, Astartella simulans, Astartella stefaniae, Astartella subquadrata, Astartella symmetrica, Astartella toyomensis, Astartella tunstallensis, Astartella vallisneriana, Astartella varica, Astartella vera

Type specimen: Its type locality is Mount Guthrie, Tanjong Pagar, which is in an Artinskian/Roadian marine mudstone in Singapore

Ecology: facultatively mobile infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Mount Guthrie, Tanjong Pagar

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