Glyphea Von Meyer 1835 (decapod)

Malacostraca - Decapoda - Glypheidae

Parent taxon: Glypheidae according to R. M. Feldmann et al. 2003

See also Feldmann 1993, Feldmann et al. 1993, Garassino 1996, Rathbun 1926, Rathbun 1935 and Schweitzer et al. 2010

Sister taxa: Cedrillosia, Squamosoglyphea, Trachysoma

Subtaxa: Glyphea alexandri Glyphea ambigua Glyphea arborinsularis Glyphea australensis Glyphea bathonica Glyphea bicarinata Glyphea bohemica Glyphea calloviensis Glyphea carinata Glyphea carolinensis Glyphea carteri Glyphea christeyi Glyphea couloni Glyphea crassa Glyphea cretacea Glyphea damesi Glyphea eureka Glyphea ferruginea Glyphea foresti Glyphea garasbaaensis Glyphea georgianus Glyphea gussmanni Glyphea hennigi Glyphea jeletzkyi Glyphea jurensis Glyphea liasina Glyphea lyrica Glyphea macromuscula Glyphea magnevillii Glyphea mazetieri Glyphea meyeri Glyphea michelae Glyphea micheleae Glyphea muensteri Glyphea munsteri Glyphea neocomiensis Glyphea oculata Glyphea prestwichi Glyphea pseudoscylarus Glyphea pseudoscyllarus Glyphea regleyana Glyphea reticulata Glyphea riazi Glyphea rigoi Glyphea robusta Glyphea rosenkrantzi Glyphea rostrata Glyphea serratosai Glyphea solitaria Glyphea spinulosa Glyphea stilwelli Glyphea stiwelli Glyphea stokesi Glyphea tantalus Glyphea tomesi Glyphea tonelloi Glyphea tricarinata Glyphea udressieri Glyphea vectensis Glyphea viohli Glyphea willetti Glyphea yoshiakii

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Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Eocene of Antarctica (1 collection), New Zealand (1), the United Kingdom (1)

• Paleocene of New Zealand (1)

• Paleogene of United States (1: Washington)

• Cretaceous of Antarctica (2), Argentina (2), Australia (4), Canada (1: British Columbia), France (2), Lebanon (1), Morocco (1), Swaziland (1), United States (1: North Carolina)

• Jurassic of France (1), Germany (3), Greenland (10), Iran (1), Italy (2), Switzerland (3), the United Kingdom (2)

• Triassic of Italy (5)

Total: 47 collections including 90 occurrences

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