Waagenoconcha humboldti d'Orbigny 1842

Strophomenata - Productida - Echinoconchidae

Alternative combinations: Productus (Waagenoconcha) humboldti, Productus humboldti, Productus humboldtii, Pustula humboldti

Full reference: A. D. d'Orbigny. 1842. Voyage dans l’Amérique Méridionale 3(4):1-188

Belongs to Waagenoconcha according to J. I. Tazawa 2017

See also Buddington and Chapin 1929, Chao 1931, Chronic 1953, d'Orbigny 1842, Fantini Sestini 1965, Keyserling 1846, Kozlowski 1914, Reed 1944, Tazawa 1974, Tazawa and Shintani 2010, Tazawa and Shintani 2015, Tschernyschew 1902, Tschernyschew and Stepanow 1916 and Ustritsky and Chernyak 1963

Sister taxa: Waagenoconcha (Gruntoconcha), Waagenoconcha abichi, Waagenoconcha abnakensis, Waagenoconcha angustata, Waagenoconcha asiatica, Waagenoconcha bhalensis, Waagenoconcha convexa, Waagenoconcha cylindricus, Waagenoconcha elegantula, Waagenoconcha gangetica, Waagenoconcha impercepta, Waagenoconcha imperfecta, Waagenoconcha irginae, Waagenoconcha irginaeformis, Waagenoconcha krystofovichi, Waagenoconcha leonardensis, Waagenoconcha magnifica, Waagenoconcha omanica, Waagenoconcha parvispinosa, Waagenoconcha payeri, Waagenoconcha permocarbonica, Waagenoconcha piassinaensis, Waagenoconcha platys, Waagenoconcha prophetica, Waagenoconcha punctulata, Waagenoconcha serialis, Waagenoconcha subpermocarbonica, Waagenoconcha sulcata, Waagenoconcha tastubensis, Waagenoconcha tumenlingensis, Waagenoconcha vagans, Waagenoconcha waageni, Waagenoconcha wardlawi, Waagenoconcha wimani

Type specimen: Its type locality is Yaurichambi (d'Orbigny coll), which is in an Asselian open shallow subtidal limestone in the Copacabana Formation of Bolivia

Distribution:

• Permian of Bolivia (12 collections), Canada (1: Nunavut), Chile (1), China (3), Japan (4), Pakistan (19), Peru (2), the Russian Federation (3), United States (9: Alaska)

• Pennsylvanian of United States (3: Alaska)

• Carboniferous of China (1), United States (1: Alaska)

Total: 59 collections each including a single occurrence

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