Schizodus cycloliratus Harrington 1955 (clam)

Bivalvia - Trigoniida - Schizodidae

Full reference: H. J. Harrington. 1955. The Permian Eurydesma fauna of eastern Argentina. Journal of Paleontology 29(1):112-128

Belongs to Schizodus according to H. J. Harrington 1955

Sister taxa: Schizodus acuminatus, Schizodus affinis, Schizodus alpinus, Schizodus altus, Schizodus amplus, Schizodus australis, Schizodus bifidus, Schizodus canalis, Schizodus cardissa, Schizodus chesterensis, Schizodus cloacinus, Schizodus compressus, Schizodus compressus, Schizodus crespinae, Schizodus cuneatus, Schizodus curtus, Schizodus depressus, Schizodus dianensis, Schizodus dubiiformis, Schizodus ellioti, Schizodus elongatus, Schizodus emarginatus, Schizodus ferrieri, Schizodus fitzroyensis, Schizodus globosus, Schizodus guizhouensis, Schizodus hedongensis, Schizodus japonicus, Schizodus jiangbianensis, Schizodus jiangheensis, Schizodus jiangxiensis, Schizodus jiaozishanensis, Schizodus kennedyensis, Schizodus lianyuanensis, Schizodus lopingensis, Schizodus meekanus, Schizodus minutus, Schizodus obscurus, Schizodus occidentalis, Schizodus ovatus, Schizodus parvulus, Schizodus pinguis, Schizodus qinglongensis, Schizodus rhynchophorus, Schizodus rossicus, Schizodus sandimanensis, Schizodus schlotheimi, Schizodus securus, Schizodus sinensis, Schizodus subcircularis, Schizodus subobscurus, Schizodus subovatus, Schizodus subquadratus, Schizodus supaiensis, Schizodus texanus, Schizodus tibeticus, Schizodus trigonalis, Schizodus truncatus, Schizodus ulrichi, Schizodus wheeleri, Schizodus wyomingensis, Schizodus xiangtanensis

Type specimen: CPBA 5780. Its type locality is Southeastern flank of Cerro Nortero, lower Bonete Fm, Sierra de las Tunas, which is in a Sakmarian transition zone/lower shoreface mudstone/quartzite in the Bonete Formation of Argentina.

Ecology: facultatively mobile infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Southeastern flank of Cerro Nortero, lower Bonete Fm, Sierra de las Tunas

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