Amphissites miseri Harlton 1933 (ostracod)

Ostracoda - Palaeocopida - Amphissitidae

Full reference: B. H. Harlton. 1933. Micropaleontology of the Pennsylvanian Johns Valley shale of the Ouachita Mountains, Oklahoma, and its relationship to the Mississippian Caney shale. Journal of Paleontology 7(1):3-29

Belongs to Amphissites according to B. H. Harlton 1933

Sister taxa: Amphissites (Amphikegelites), Amphissites (Amphissites), Amphissites bushi, Amphissites carinodus, Amphissites centronotus, Amphissites dattonensis, Amphissites gifuensis, Amphissites knighti, Amphissites marginiferus, Amphissites neocentronotus, Amphissites nodosus, Amphissites rugosus, Amphissites sinensis, Amphissites sosioensis, Amphissites subcentronotus, Amphissites wapanuckensis

Type specimen: USNM 85553. Its type locality is Johns Valley Shale, Ouachita Mountains loc. 10, which is in a Pennsylvanian marine shale in the Johns Valley Formation of Oklahoma.

Ecology: epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Johns Valley Shale, Ouachita Mountains loc. 10

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