Anchura pelsaerti Wild and Stilwell 2016 (snail)

Gastropoda - Sorbeoconcha - Aporrhaidae

Full reference: T. J. Wild and J. D. Stilwell. 2016. First Cretaceous (Albian) invertebrate fossil assemblage from Batavia Knoll, Perth Abyssal Plain, eastern Indian Ocean: taxonomy and paleoecological significance. Journal of Paleontology 90:959-980

Belongs to Anchura according to T. J. Wild and J. D. Stilwell 2016

Sister taxa: Anchura (Anchura), Anchura ainikta, Anchura angulata, Anchura baptos, Anchura callosa, Anchura carinifera, Anchura dubius, Anchura englishi, Anchura falciformis, Anchura fusiformis, Anchura gabbi, Anchura gibbera, Anchura halberdopsis, Anchura infortunata, Anchura monilifera, Anchura nanaimoensis, Anchura nuptialis, Anchura phaba, Anchura requieniana, Anchura substriata

Type specimen: WAM 15.113, a shell. Its type locality is Batavia Knoll, which is in an Albian coastal sandstone in Indian Ocean.

Ecology: semi-infaunal detritivore-suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Batavia Knoll

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