Psammobia cowlitzensis Weaver and Palmer 1922 (clam)

Bivalvia - Cardiida - Psammobiidae

Full reference: C. E. Weaver and K. Palmer. 1922. Fauna from the Eocene of Washington. University of Washington Publications in Geology 1(3):1-56

Belongs to Psammobia according to C. E. Weaver and K. Palmer 1922

Sister taxa: Gari (Psammobia) patagonica, Psammobia bervillei, Psammobia burmeisteri, Psammobia caillati, Psammobia cerasia, Psammobia columbiana, Psammobia crassatellaeformis, Psammobia cuisensis, Psammobia cylindrica, Psammobia debilis, Psammobia donacilla, Psammobia eborea, Psammobia ferroensis, Psammobia filosa, Psammobia gubernatoria, Psammobia hamiltonensis, Psammobia inaequilateralis, Psammobia inconspicua, Psammobia jonesi, Psammobia kingi, Psammobia lamarckii, Psammobia neglecta, Psammobia olequahensis, Psammobia plana, Psammobia spathula, Psammobia tellinella, Psammobia tenuicula, Psammobia vaudini, Psammobia vespertina

Type specimen: Its type locality is UW 329, which is in a Bartonian marine horizon in the Cowlitz Formation of Washington

Ecology: facultatively mobile infaunal deposit feeder

Distribution: found only at UW 329

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