Cyclonema minuta Hall 1845 (snail)

Gastropoda - Euomphalina - Platyceratidae

Alternative combination: Cyclora minuta

Full reference: J. Hall. 1845. Description of some microscopic shells from the decomposing marl slate of Cincinnati. American Journal of Science and Arts, 1st Series. 48:292-295

Belongs to Cyclonema according to P. J. Wagner 2020

See also Hall 1845, Knight 1941 and Knight 1945

Sister taxa: Cyclonema (Cyclonema), Cyclonema (Dyeria), Cyclonema aiens, Cyclonema ampullosum, Cyclonema ananas, Cyclonema apicatum, Cyclonema bellulum, Cyclonema bilix, Cyclonema bitauniensis, Cyclonema boreale, Cyclonema canaliculata, Cyclonema cancellatum, Cyclonema cives, Cyclonema compar, Cyclonema composita, Cyclonema consepultum, Cyclonema convergens, Cyclonema crebristria, Cyclonema cushingi, Cyclonema daytonensis, Cyclonema decora, Cyclonema delicatula, Cyclonema derelictum, Cyclonema dowlingii, Cyclonema fasciata, Cyclonema filicinctus, Cyclonema fluctuatum, Cyclonema formosum, Cyclonema gracile, Cyclonema guilleri, Cyclonema gyronemoides, Cyclonema hageri, Cyclonema hallianum, Cyclonema humerosum, Cyclonema inaequistriatum, Cyclonema inflatum, Cyclonema infrequens, Cyclonema inopinata, Cyclonema intermedium, Cyclonema karlsteinensis, Cyclonema laudabile, Cyclonema lepidula, Cyclonema leptonotum, Cyclonema limatum, Cyclonema lineatum, Cyclonema lydiamariarum, Cyclonema margaritoides, Cyclonema marylandense, Cyclonema mediale, Cyclonema modestum, Cyclonema montrealense, Cyclonema niagarensis, Cyclonema nodulosum, Cyclonema obsolescens, Cyclonema parvimedium, Cyclonema percarinata, Cyclonema percingulatum, Cyclonema praecipitum, Cyclonema rupestre, Cyclonema servus, Cyclonema simulans, Cyclonema statshiunaica, Cyclonema sublaeve, Cyclonema subundata, Cyclonema sulphuriferum, Cyclonema tenuissimum, Cyclonema textilis, Cyclonema thalia, Cyclonema timida, Cyclonema timidum, Cyclonema transversum, Cyclonema trepidans, Cyclonema varians, Cyclonema varicosum, Cyclonema varispirum, Cyclonema ventricosa

Type specimen: AMNH 1387

Ecology: facultatively mobile epifaunal coprophage-deposit feeder

Distribution:

• Ordovician of United States (12: Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee collections)

Total: 12 collections each including a single occurrence

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