Maclurites florentinensis Banks and Johnson 1957 (snail)

Gastropoda - Euomphalina - Macluritidae

Full reference: M. R. Banks and J.H. Johnson. 1957. Maclurites and Girvanella in the Gordon River Limestone (Ordovician) of Tasmania. Journal of Paleontology 31(3):632-640

Belongs to Maclurites according to P. J. Wagner 2023

See also Banks and Johnson 1957, Percival et al. 2001 and Rohr 1980

Sister taxa: Maclurea carinata, Maclurea exsul, Maclurea kotoi, Maclurea matutina, Maclurea neritioides, Maclurea planorbis, Maclurea subannulata, Maclurites altus, Maclurites atlanticus, Maclurites borealis, Maclurites christianiae, Maclurites crassa, Maclurites cuneata, Maclurites depressus, Maclurites expansa, Maclurites gravis, Maclurites klamathensis, Maclurites knoxvillensis, Maclurites magnus, Maclurites meitanensis, Maclurites neritoides, Maclurites nitidus, Maclurites niuhsintaiensis, Maclurites oceana, Maclurites orientalis, Maclurites ovalis, Maclurites profunda, Maclurites romainensis, Maclurites salteri, Maclurites septentrionalis, Maclurites subrotunda, Maclurites sylpha, Maclurites triangularis, Maclurites ungava, Maclurites zhuozishanensis, Coelocentrus spectabilis, Coelocentrus pentagonalis, Coelocentrus tubifer, Coelocentrus polyphemus

Type specimen: Its type locality is Cashions Creek, Florentine Valley, near Maydena, which is in a Darriwilian shallow subtidal limestone in the Cashions Creek Formation of Australia

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Ordovician of Australia (5 collections)

Total: 5 collections each including a single occurrence

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