Anoptychia oregonensis Nützel et al. 2003 (snail)

Gastropoda - Heterostropha - Anoptychiidae

Full reference: A. Nützel, R. B. Blodgett, and G.D. Stanley. 2003. Late Triassic gastropods from the Martin Bridge Formation (Wallowa Terrane) of northeastern Oregon and their paleogeographic significance. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 228(1):83-100

Belongs to Anoptychia according to A. Nützel et al. 2003

Sister taxa: Anoptychia hastata, Anoptychia turgida, Loxonema (Anoptychia) carinata, Loxonema (Anoptychia) janus, Loxonema (Anoptychia) multitorquata, Loxonema (Anoptychia) nifukokoensis, Loxonema (Anoptychia) subnuda, Loxonema (Anoptychia) supraplecta, Loxonema (Anoptychia) vittata, Zygopleura (Anoptychia) ninacacana, Zygopleura (Anoptychia) tilarniocensis

Type specimen: UMIP 2.28353. Its type locality is Martin Bridge Limestone - Spring Creek locality, which is in a Lacian shallow subtidal grainstone/wackestone in the Martin Bridge Limestone Formation of Oregon.

Ecology: epifaunal

Distribution: found only at Martin Bridge Limestone - Spring Creek locality

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