Cythereis Jones 1849 (ostracod)

Ostracoda - Podocopa - Cytheridae

Alternative spelling: Cythere (Cythereis)

Parent taxon: Cytheridae according to C. I. Alexander 1934

See also Jones 1850, Sepkoski 2002 and Ulrich and Bassler 1904

Sister taxa: Cythere, Cytherideis, Cytherinae, Cytheromorphinae, Gemmanella, Glorianella, Gomphocythere, Hemicytheridea, Kellettella, Orthonotacythere, Speluncella, Triassinella

Subtaxa: Cythere (Cythereis) biplicata Cythereis (Pterygocythereis) Cythereis alabamensis Cythereis alaris Cythereis bassleri Cythereis blanpiedi Cythereis broussardi Cythereis cancellosa Cythereis catahoulana Cythereis chawneri Cythereis cornuta Cythereis crassinodosa Cythereis dacyi Cythereis deusseni Cythereis elongorugata Cythereis florienensis Cythereis gibsonensis Cythereis grigsbyi Cythereis harrisi Cythereis hilgardi Cythereis hysonensis Cythereis jacksonensis Cythereis kempi Cythereis mcguirti Cythereis midwayensis Cythereis montgomeryensis Cythereis prestwichiana Cythereis quadrataspinata Cythereis rosefieldensis Cythereis russelli Cythereis sabinensis Cythereis sculptilis Cythereis spiniferrima Cythereis thomsoni Cythereis vicksburgensis Cythereis washburni Cythereis weaveri Cythereis woodwardsensis Cythereis yazooensis

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Ecology: epifaunal


• Quaternary of United States (1: Maryland collection)

• Miocene of Panama (1), United States (4: Florida), Venezuela (17)

• Oligocene of Antigua and Barbuda (1), Mexico (1), Puerto Rico (2), United States (2: Alabama)

• Eocene of Indian Ocean (5), Mexico (1), Trinidad and Tobago (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (27: Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas)

• Paleocene of Indian Ocean (1), North Atlantic (1), Pakistan (1), Trinidad and Tobago (2), Tunisia (1), United States (6: Louisiana, Texas)

• Cretaceous of France (2), Germany (1), Morocco (11), Portugal (18), Tunisia (6), United States (16: Oklahoma, Texas)

• Permian of the United Kingdom (1)

Total: 131 collections including 288 occurrences

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