Pholadomya inaequiplicata Stanton 1899 (clam)

Bivalvia - Pholadomyida - Pholadomyidae

Full reference: T. W. Stanton. 1899. Chapter XIII Mesozoic Fossils. in The Geology of the Yellowstone National Park. United States Geological Survey Monographs 32:600-650

Belongs to Pholadomya according to T. W. Stanton 1899

Sister taxa: Pholadomya (Bucardiomya), Pholadomya (Pholadomya), Pholadomya acuminata, Pholadomya albertensis, Pholadomya aubryi, Pholadomya borealis, Pholadomya candida, Pholadomya cardissoides, Pholadomya carinata, Pholadomya claibornensis, Pholadomya connectans, Pholadomya cuneiformis, Pholadomya cupressensis, Pholadomya diegoensis, Pholadomya falconensis, Pholadomya gigantea, Pholadomya granulifera, Pholadomya gronlandica, Pholadomya kernensis, Pholadomya laeviuscula, Pholadomya lirata, Pholadomya marylandica, Pholadomya mclearni, Pholadomya munita, Pholadomya nasuta, Pholadomya nitanae, Pholadomya occidentalis, Pholadomya orientalis, Pholadomya ovalis, Pholadomya parahybensis, Pholadomya paucicosta, Pholadomya percarinata, Pholadomya puschi, Pholadomya qinghaiensis, Pholadomya ragazzii, Pholadomya sanctaecrucis, Pholadomya stefaninii, Pholadomya subelongata, Pholadomya sublirata, Pholadomya subventricosa, Pholadomya valangiensis, Pholadomya walli

Ecology: facultatively mobile deep infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Jurassic of United States (10: Idaho, Utah, Wyoming collections)

Total: 10 collections each including a single occurrence

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