Hamulus (worm)

Polychaeta - Serpulimorpha

Parent taxon: Serpulimorpha according to J. J. Sepkoski 2002

Sister taxa: Asterosalpinx, Bipygmaeus, Camptosalpinx, Cementula, Chaetosalpinx, Circeis, Clavulites, Conora, Cubiculovinea, Cycloserpula, Diploconcha, Discouvermetulus, Ditrupula, Filogranula, Flucticularia, Galeolaria, Genicularia, Gitonia, Hicetes, Howellitubus, Hydroides, Iquitosia, Janita, Jereminella, Laqueoserpula, Longitubus, Metalaeospira, Metavermilia, Mucroserpula, Muroserpula, Neodexiospira, Neomicrorbis, Neovermilia, Ornatoporta, Orthoconorca, Paliurus, Paralaeospira, Pegmaticula, Pentaditrupa, Phragmosalpinx, Pileolaria, Placostegus, Pomatoceros, Protectoconorca, Proterula, Protulites, Protulophila, Salmacina, Sarcinella, Sclerostyla, Semiserpula, Serpentula, Serpularia, Serpulites, Serpulopsis, Sinuocornu, Spiraserpula, Streptindytes, Tetraserpula, Torlessia, Vepreculina, Vermilia, Vermiliopsis

Subtaxa: Hamulus angulatus Hamulus howelli Hamulus onyx Hamulus protoonyx

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Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Paleocene of United States (2: Alabama, New Jersey collections)

• Cretaceous of United States (223: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas)

• Jurassic of United States (3: Utah)

Total: 228 collections including 280 occurrences

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