Fusus intortus Lamarck 1803 (true conch)

Gastropoda - Stromboidea - Strombidae

Full reference: J. B. Lamarck. 1803. Suite des mémoires sur les fossiles des environs de Paris. Annales du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle 2:315-321

Belongs to Fusus according to J. B. Lamarck 1803

Sister taxa: Fusus abbreviatus, Fusus aciculatus, Fusus aequilateralis, Fusus aldingensis, Fusus alligatus, Fusus angulatus, Fusus antiquus, Fusus argutus, Fusus asperulus, Fusus biplicatus, Fusus buddhaicus, Fusus bullata, Fusus citharellus, Fusus clavellatus, Fusus cochleatus, Fusus conus, Fusus coronatus, Fusus crassus, Fusus cuvirostris, Fusus dickersoni, Fusus dumblei, Fusus dumetosus, Fusus exactus, Fusus excisus, Fusus ficulacus, Fusus filiformis, Fusus funiculatus, Fusus funiculosus, Fusus gippslandicus, Fusus hecoxi, Fusus heptagonus, Fusus hordeolus, Fusus humei, Fusus incompositus, Fusus javanus, Fusus laevigatus, Fusus longaevus, Fusus marginatus, Fusus minor, Fusus minutus, Fusus miocosmius, Fusus nodosocarinatus, Fusus nodulosus, Fusus obscurus, Fusus plicatus, Fusus porrectus, Fusus promensis, Fusus rudis, Fusus rugosus, Fusus sanctaecrucis, Fusus scalaroides, Fusus sculptilis, Fusus sentocosus, Fusus spiniferus, Fusus striatulus, Fusus subulatus, Fusus supraplanus, Fusus terebralis, Fusus tholoides, Fusus torosus, Fusus truncatulus, Fusus uniplicatus, Fusus variabilis, Fusus warlii

Type specimen: Its type locality is Grignon (Lamarck collection), which is in a Lutetian open shallow subtidal sandstone/sandstone in France

Ecology: epifaunal omnivore-grazer

Distribution:

• Pliocene of the United Kingdom (1 collection)

• Eocene of France (1)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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