Lobothyris clevelandensis Ager 1956 (lamp shell)

Rhynchonellata - Terebratulida - Lobothyrididae

Full reference: D. V. Ager. 1956. Some new Liassic terebratuloids. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 67:1-14

Belongs to Lobothyris according to D. V. Ager 1956

Sister taxa: Lobothyris andleri, Lobothyris arcta, Lobothyris ceres, Lobothyris complanata, Lobothyris crassa, Lobothyris deflecta, Lobothyris delta, Lobothyris dubia, Lobothyris edwardsi, Lobothyris fusiformis, Lobothyris germanica, Lobothyris hispanica, Lobothyris lata, Lobothyris monstrifer, Lobothyris moquensis, Lobothyris nux, Lobothyris ovatissima, Lobothyris ovatissimaeformis, Lobothyris ovulum, Lobothyris pervulgata, Lobothyris praepunctata, Lobothyris pseudocrithea, Lobothyris punctata, Lobothyris pyreneica, Lobothyris romani, Lobothyris simesi, Lobothyris sinemuriensis, Lobothyris sospirolensis, Lobothyris subgregaria, Lobothyris swifti, Lobothyris taramellii, Lobothyris triassicus, Lobothyris tuchkovi, Lobothyris uniplicata, Lobothyris zhonghuaensis

Type specimen: BMNH B.32486. Its type locality is Eston Mine, which is in a Spinatum marine ironstone in the United Kingdom.

Ecology: stationary low-level epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Jurassic of the United Kingdom (8 collections)

Total: 8 collections each including a single occurrence

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