Worthenia extendia Tong and Erwin 2001 (snail)

Gastropoda - Trochonematoidea - Lophospiridae

Full reference: J. Tong and D.H. Erwin. 2001. Triassic gastropods of the southern Qinling Mountains, China. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 92:1-47

Belongs to Worthenia according to J. Tong and D.H. Erwin 2001

Sister taxa: Pleurotomaria (Worthenia) orientalis, Worthenia (Humiliworthenia), Worthenia (Worthenia), Worthenia alticarinata, Worthenia angulata, Worthenia apunctata, Worthenia basifalcata, Worthenia bialveozona, Worthenia bicarinata, Worthenia bieberi, Worthenia bilineata, Worthenia cainallensis, Worthenia castlemanensis, Worthenia cirriformis, Worthenia constantini, Worthenia contabulata, Worthenia corrugata, Worthenia crenilunula, Worthenia crenulata, Worthenia curvistriata, Worthenia distincta, Worthenia dregeri, Worthenia duplicata, Worthenia eremita, Worthenia furcata, Worthenia gubleri, Worthenia hoettingensis, Worthenia humilis, Worthenia indifferens, Worthenia kingi, Worthenia klamathensis, Worthenia lantenoisi, Worthenia latialveozona, Worthenia legrandi, Worthenia liebeneri, Worthenia magna, Worthenia margaritacea, Worthenia marmolatae, Worthenia multicarinata, Worthenia nana, Worthenia pagoda, Worthenia parvula, Worthenia pilula, Worthenia planalveozona, Worthenia plutonis, Worthenia praerupta, Worthenia rhombifera, Worthenia schirjaevensis, Worthenia sculpta, Worthenia sigaretoides, Worthenia speciosa, Worthenia strigata, Worthenia strigillata, Worthenia subplicata, Worthenia substriata, Worthenia subtilis, Worthenia superstes, Worthenia supraornata, Worthenia tabulata, Worthenia tongxinensis, Worthenia triton, Worthenia whitehorsensis, Worthenia windowblindensis

Type specimen: USNM 485505. Its type locality is Guojiashan Section, Bed 20, which is in an Anisian carbonate limestone in the Guojiashan Formation of China.

Ecology: epifaunal

Distribution:

• Triassic of China (2 collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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