Holopea symmetrica Hall 1847 (snail)

Gastropoda - Euomphalina - Holopeidae

Alternative combination: Litiopsis symmetrica

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 Holopea according to P. J. Wagner 2017

See also Frýda and Bandel 1997, Hall 1847, Knight 1932, Peel 1977, Salter 1866 and Tassell 1980

Sister taxa: Holopea aequalis, Holopea ampla, Holopea ampullacea, Holopea applanata, Holopea appressa, Holopea arctica, Holopea balticus, Holopea brucei, Holopea concinna, Holopea concinnula, Holopea coronata, Holopea corrugata, Holopea eichwaldi, Holopea elizabethi, Holopea enjalrani, Holopea excelsa, Holopea expandens, Holopea filosus, Holopea gaspesia, Holopea gigantea, Holopea glindmeyeri, Holopea gracia, Holopea guelphensis, Holopea harpa, Holopea hubbardi, Holopea inaequistriata, Holopea incola, Holopea inflata, Holopea informis, Holopea insignis, Holopea iowaensis, Holopea latens, Holopea lavinia, Holopea marylandica, Holopea media, Holopea mediocris, Holopea missouriensis, Holopea mobergi, Holopea nicolettensis, Holopea nitidissima, Holopea obliqua, Holopea obsoleta, Holopea occidentalis, Holopea ophelia, Holopea ottawaensis, Holopea ovalis, Holopea paludiniformis, Holopea parvula, Holopea perforata, Holopea plauta, Holopea praecursor, Holopea pumila, Holopea pyrene, Holopea rossbrookiensis, Holopea rotunda, Holopea scalariforme, Holopea scrutator, Holopea similis, Holopea simmonensis, Holopea simplex, Holopea subconica, Holopea subtilis, Holopea supraplana, Holopea transversa, Holopea undulata, Holopea variabilis, Holopea vaurealensis, Holopea vigneauensis, Macrocheilus (Holopea) macrostomus, Tortilla disjuncta, Haplospira variabilis, Haplospira vermiculosa, Haplospira henningsmoeni, Haplospira sibeliuxeni, Haplospira craigi, Haplospira nereis

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at Gregg Ranch, Klamath Mountains (Silurian of California)

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