Oulodus Branson and Mehl 1933 (conodont)

Conodonta - Prioniodontida

Synonym: Ligonodina

Full reference: E. B. Branson and M. G. Mehl. 1933. Conodonts from the Bainbridge (Silurian) of Missouri. University of Missouri Studies 8:39-52

Parent taxon: Prioniodinina according to P. C. J. Donoghue et al. 2008

See also Sepkoski 2002 and Sweet and Schönlaub 1975

Sister taxa: Apatognathus, Aphelognathus, Chirognathus, Ellisonia, Erika, Erismodus, Erraticodon, Furnishius, Hibbardella, Idioprioniodus, Kladognathus, Pachycladina

Subtaxa: Oulodus elegans Oulodus equirectus Oulodus excavatus Oulodus jeannae Oulodus novoexcavatus Oulodus panuarensis Oulodus petilus Oulodus siluricus Oulodus walliseri

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Ecology: nektonic carnivore

Distribution:

• Triassic of Hungary (2 collections), New Zealand (1)

• Devonian of Australia (38), Austria (36), the Czech Republic (2), Italy (23), Morocco (2), United States (1: Texas)

• Silurian to Devonian of Australia (7), Italy (1)

• Silurian of Australia (3), Austria (12), Bulgaria (3), Canada (85: British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Québec, Yukon, Yukon Territory), the Czech Republic (4), Estonia (97), Greenland (20), Italy (25), Latvia (3), Lithuania (22), Morocco (3), Norway (4), Poland (12), the Russian Federation (17), Sweden (150), Ukraine (9), the United Kingdom (29), United States (76: Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Wisconsin)

• Niagaran of Canada (1: Québec)

• Ordovician to Silurian of Canada (6: Nunavut, Québec)

• Ordovician to Devonian of Canada (5: Nunavut)

• Ordovician of Canada (36: British Columbia, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Ontario, Québec), China (19), Greenland (6), the Russian Federation (12), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (1), United States (10: Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, Wyoming)

• Whiterockian of United States (2: Nevada)

• Arenig of China (1)

Total: 786 collections including 946 occurrences

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