Lobothyris Buckman 1917 (lamp shell)

Rhynchonellata - Terebratulida - Lobothyrididae

Synonyms: Loboidothyropsis, Mirisquamea , Pirotothyris , Squamiplana

Full reference: S. S. Buckman. 1917. The Brachiopoda of the Namyau Beds, Northern Shan States, Burma. Palaeontologia Indica 3(2):1-254

Parent taxon: Lobothyridinae according to A. Williams et al. 2006

See also Alméras and Fauré 2000, Bychkov et al. 1976 and Sepkoski 2002

Sister taxa: none

Subtaxa: Lobothyris andleri Lobothyris arcta Lobothyris ceres Lobothyris clevelandensis 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

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Ecology: stationary low-level epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Jurassic of Algeria (6 collections), Argentina (1), Austria (21), Bulgaria (8), Canada (1: British Columbia), Chile (173), France (145), Germany (8), Greece (2), Greenland (21), Hungary (35), Italy (8), Peru (1), Portugal (4), Serbia and Montenegro (3), Slovakia (3), Spain (258), Switzerland (1), Tunisia (1), Turkey (5), the United Kingdom (18), United States (1: Alaska)

• Triassic of Austria (10), China (3), East Timor (1), Indonesia (2), Italy (3), Peru (7), the Russian Federation (6), Slovakia (1), Tajikistan (1), Ukraine (1), United States (6: Alaska)

Total: 765 collections including 932 occurrences

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