Lophospira perangulata Hall 1847 (snail)

Gastropoda - Murchisoniina - Lophospiridae

Alternative combinations: Loxoplocus (Lophospira) perangulata, Murchisonia perangulata

Invalid subtaxa: Lophospira abbreviata Hall 1847 [replaced name], Lophospira acuminata Ulrich and Scofield 1897, Lophospira acuta Grabau 1922, Lophospira angulata Butts 1926, Lophospira aojii Endo 1932, Lophospira borealis Donald 1902, Lophospira elegans Endo 1935, Lophospira elongata Butts 1926, Lophospira endoi Kobayashi 1934, Lophospira gerardi Grabau 1922, Lophospira inconsueta Endo 1935, Lophospira minuata Endo 1935, Lophospira minuta Endo 1935, Lophospira obliquestriata Longstaff 1924, Lophospira perelegans Stauffer 1937, Lophospira perforata Ulrich and Scofield 1897, Lophospira pulchella Ulrich and Scofield 1897, Lophospira pulchelliformis Grabau 1922, Lophospira sinensis Yü 1961, Lophospira sororcula Billings 1865, Lophospira subcylindrica Yü 1961, Lophospira subpulchella Kobayashi 1930, Lophospira tateiwai Kobayashi 1934, Lophospira tenuise Endo 1935, Lophospira tricarinata Hall 1847, Lophospira trilineata Secrist and Evitt 1943, Lophospira turritiformis Endo 1932, Lophospira vetusta Stauffer 1937, Lophospira yentaiensis Endo 1932, Murchisonia abbreviata Hall 1847 [replaced name], Murchisonia sororcula Billings 1865, Murchisonia tricarinata Hall 1847, Ruedemannia abbreviata Hall 1847 [replaced name]

Full reference: J. Hall. 1847. Containing descriptions of the organic remains of the lower division of the New York system (equivalent of the Lower Silurian rocks of Europe). Paleontology of New York 1:1-338

Belongs to Lophospira according to P. J. Wagner 2020

See also Billings 1859, Billings 1865, Bretsky 1970, Butts 1926, Donald 1902, Endo 1932, Endo 1935, Foerste 1914, Grabau 1922, Grabau and Shimer 1909, Hall 1847, Knight and Bridge 1944, Kobayashi 1930, Kobayashi 1934, Liberty 1969, Longstaff 1924, Pitcher 1939, Raymond 1908, Rohr 1980, Rohr 1996, Rohr and Blodgett 1985, Rohr et al. 2004, Stauffer 1937, Steele and Sinclair 1971, Tofel and Bretsky 1987, Troedsson 1928, Twenhofel 1938, Ulrich and Scofield 1897, Vostokova 1962, Vostokova 1964, Wagner 1995, Wagner 1999, Wilson 1951 and Yü 1961

Sister taxa: Lophospira abnormis, Lophospira alata, Lophospira alternans, Lophospira angulata, Lophospira bilirata, Lophospira billingsi, Lophospira calcifera, Lophospira concurrens, Lophospira conoidea, Lophospira decursa, Lophospira depauperata, Lophospira dubia, Lophospira ferruginea, Lophospira gumbinense, Lophospira gyrogonia, Lophospira infausta, Lophospira infirma, Lophospira jaekeli, Lophospira kinosakii, Lophospira kuckersiana, Lophospira lyckholmiensis, Lophospira major, Lophospira manitoulinensis, Lophospira mickwitzi, Lophospira milleri, Lophospira modesta, Lophospira obliqua, Lophospira ozakii, Lophospira pagoda, Lophospira producta, Lophospira rectistriata, Lophospira sandbiana, Lophospira selecta, Lophospira serrulata, Lophospira shallockensis, Lophospira spironema, Lophospira subalata, Lophospira subglobosa, Lophospira superba, Lophospira terrassa, Lophospira tesakovi, Lophospira trispiralis, Lophospira variablis, Lophospira ventricosa

Ecology: epifaunal herbivore


• Ordovician of Canada (15: Ontario, Quebec collections), Norway (1), United States (48: Alaska, California, Illinois, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia, Tennessee, Virginia)

• Chazy of Canada (2: Quebec), United States (7: New York)

• Whiterockian of United States (5: Nevada)

• Cassinian of United States (14: Missouri)

Total: 92 collections including 98 occurrences

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