Pleurotomaria Defrance 1826 (snail)

Gastropoda - Pleurotomariida - Pleurotomariidae

Alternative spellings: Euomphalus (Pleurotomaria), Trochonema (Pleurotomaria)

Full reference: J. L. M. Defrance. 1826. Conchyliologie et Malacologie. Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles 10:1-36

Parent taxon: Pleurotomariidae according to S. M. Ferrari 2014

See also Bouchet et al. 2005, Hall 1867, Knight et al. 1960, Remelé 1888, Sepkoski 2002 and Szabo 1980

Sister taxa: Austroworthenia, Bathrotomaria, Conotomaria, Cryptaenia, Laevitomaria, Leptomaria, Mamoeatomaria, Mellarium, Mikadotrochus, Mourlonopsis, Murihikua, Obornella, Ornatospira, Perotrochus, Pleurotomariinae, Pyrgotrochus, Rasatomaria, Tahua, Talantodiscus, Trachybembix

Subtaxa: Pleurotomaria (Anodomaria) Pleurotomaria (Pleurotomaria) Pleurotomaria agarista Pleurotomaria albertiana Pleurotomaria amalthea Pleurotomaria amalthei Pleurotomaria anglica Pleurotomaria angulosa Pleurotomaria antitorquata Pleurotomaria apicialis Pleurotomaria arctica Pleurotomaria arenaria Pleurotomaria armata Pleurotomaria atomus Pleurotomaria awakinoensis Pleurotomaria bicarinata Pleurotomaria bicingulata Pleurotomaria bicoronata Pleurotomaria biondii Pleurotomaria bittneri Pleurotomaria bodana Pleurotomaria brennensis Pleurotomaria cancellata Pleurotomaria cancellatocingulata Pleurotomaria carinifera Pleurotomaria catherinae Pleurotomaria cingulata Pleurotomaria coarctata Pleurotomaria cochlea Pleurotomaria cognata Pleurotomaria coheni Pleurotomaria comata Pleurotomaria coniformis Pleurotomaria coniformis Pleurotomaria costulatocanaliculata Pleurotomaria debuchi Pleurotomaria decorata Pleurotomaria discoidea Pleurotomaria doris Pleurotomaria elderi Pleurotomaria escheri Pleurotomaria estella Pleurotomaria exaltata Pleurotomaria gracilis Pleurotomaria gracilis Pleurotomaria granulosa Pleurotomaria halliana Pleurotomaria haueri Pleurotomaria hectori Pleurotomaria helicoides Pleurotomaria hennocquii Pleurotomaria hettangiensis Pleurotomaria hisingeri Pleurotomaria hokonuiensis Pleurotomaria hyale Pleurotomaria idia Pleurotomaria indica Pleurotomaria intermedia Pleurotomaria isaacsii Pleurotomaria isomorpha Pleurotomaria karetai Pleurotomaria kiritehereensis Pleurotomaria laevigata Pleurotomaria leysseri Pleurotomaria lineata Pleurotomaria mariani Pleurotomaria mazarensis Pleurotomaria mica Pleurotomaria monilifera Pleurotomaria monilifera Pleurotomaria multicincta Pleurotomaria murchisoniaeformis Pleurotomaria neglecta Pleurotomaria neosolodurina Pleurotomaria nikitini Pleurotomaria nuda Pleurotomaria obliqua Pleurotomaria obliqua Pleurotomaria otapiriensis Pleurotomaria perfasciata Pleurotomaria pericarinata Pleurotomaria perornata Pleurotomaria perversa Pleurotomaria planulata Pleurotomaria platyspira Pleurotomaria postumia Pleurotomaria proutiana Pleurotomaria psiche Pleurotomaria putilla Pleurotomaria quenstedti Pleurotomaria replicata Pleurotomaria retroplicata Pleurotomaria richardsoni Pleurotomaria roemeri Pleurotomaria rotundata Pleurotomaria salomonensis Pleurotomaria subsulcata Pleurotomaria subtilistriata Pleurotomaria suessii Pleurotomaria thebensis Pleurotomaria tricarinata Pleurotomaria trinchesii Pleurotomaria vacavillensis Pleurotomaria verdachellensis Pleurotomaria verticillata Pleurotomaria viola Pleurotomaria virgo Pleurotomaria waimumu Pleurotomaria wanderbachi Pleurotomaria wurmi Pleurotomaria yongshengensis

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Ecology: epifaunal omnivore

Distribution:

• Miocene of Grenada (2 collections), India (1), Iran (1)

• Oligocene of New Zealand (1)

• Eocene of Egypt (1), France (1), Italy (1), Romania (1), Turkey (1), United States (10: California, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington)

• Paleocene of Antarctica (4), Austria (1), Denmark (2), United States (3: Alabama, New Jersey)

• Cretaceous of Afghanistan (1), Antarctica (3), Argentina (2), Austria (1), the Czech Republic (2), France (17), Germany (5), India (1), Madagascar (1), Mexico (2), New Zealand (6), Portugal (1), Spain (1), Switzerland (15), USSR (1), the United Kingdom (11), United States (1: Texas)

• Jurassic of Argentina (1), Austria (4), Belgium (1), Canada (4: British Columbia, Northwest Territories), Chile (18), Ethiopia (4), France (14), Germany (9), Greenland (9), Hungary (11), Italy (4), Kenya (1), Luxembourg (7), Madagascar (2), Morocco (1), New Zealand (5), Poland (1), Romania (1), the Russian Federation (1), Saudi Arabia (7), Serbia and Montenegro (1), Somalia (3), Spain (6), Switzerland (1), Tanzania (4), Tunisia (1), Turkey (2), the United Kingdom (15), United States (2: Utah), Yemen (1)

• Triassic of China (2), France (6), Germany (2), Hungary (1), Italy (4), New Caledonia (5), New Zealand (63), Peru (1), Turkey (1), United States (4: Alaska)

• Permian of Australia (1), Bolivia (1), Cambodia (1), China (1), India (1), Indonesia (1), Italy (5), Mexico (2), Pakistan (16), United States (13: Alaska, Texas)

• Virgilian of United States (1: Nebraska)

• Desmoinesian of United States (2: Kansas)

• Carboniferous of Argentina (1), India (1), United States (3: Alaska, Kentucky)

• Mississippian of United States (3: Alaska)

• Devonian to Carboniferous of the United Kingdom (2)

• Devonian of Germany (5), Poland (1), South Africa (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (6: Alaska, Iowa, New York)

• Silurian of Canada (1: Ontario)

• Ordovician of Sweden (1)

Total: 402 collections including 502 occurrences

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