Atrina multicostata Friesenbichler et al. 2019 (oyster)

Bivalvia - Ostreida - Pinnidae

Full reference: E. Friesenbichler, M. Hautmann, E. Grădinaru and H. Bucher. 2019. A highly diverse bivalve fauna from a Bithynian (Anisian, Middle Triassic) Tubiphytes‐microbial buildup in North Dobrogea (Romania). Papers in Palaeontology 7:447-495

Belongs to Atrina according to E. Friesenbichler et al. 2019

Sister taxa: Atrina (Atrina), Atrina (Servatrina), Atrina affinis, Atrina alamedensis, Atrina argentea, Atrina bicuneata, Atrina harrisii, Atrina jacksoniana, Atrina magellanica, Atrina maura, Atrina nigra, Atrina pectinata, Atrina piscatoria, Atrina seminuda, Atrina serrata, Atrina stephensi, Atrina talarensis, Atrina triangularis, Atrina venturensis

Type specimen: LPB IIIL 2005 (left valve). Its type locality is Mahmudia Quarry, Caeracul Mare Hill, sample 114, which is in a Bithynian reef, buildup or bioherm bindstone in the Caerace Formation of Romania.

Ecology: stationary semi-infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Mahmudia Quarry, Caeracul Mare Hill, sample 114

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