Capulus silverthorni Smith 1927 (snail)

Gastropoda - Capuloidea - Capulidae

Full reference: J. P. Smith. 1927. Upper Triassic marine invertebrate faunas of North America. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 141:1-262

Belongs to Capulus according to J. P. Smith 1927

Sister taxa: Capulus (Brocchia), Capulus (Capulus), Capulus (Zinolia), Capulus americanus, Capulus anceps, Capulus apollinis, Capulus circinatus, Capulus cyrtocera, Capulus epicranum, Capulus gatunensis, Capulus haliotis, Capulus hungaricus, Capulus javanus, Capulus junghuhni, Capulus lissus, Capulus lius, Capulus muensteri, Capulus selcanus, Capulus sigmoidalis, Capulus uncinatus, Capulus ungaricus, Capulus unguis

Type specimen: Its type locality is Brock Mountain, 3 miles east of Madison's ranch (Trachyceras subzone), which is in a Tuvalian carbonate limestone in the Hosselkus Formation of California

Ecology: facultatively mobile epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Brock Mountain, 3 miles east of Madison's ranch (Trachyceras subzone)

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