Straparollus hecale Hall 1876 (snail)

Gastropoda - Euomphalina - Euomphalidae

Alternative combinations: Euomphalus (Straparollus) hecale, Euomphalus hecale, Straparollus (Straparollus) hecale

Full reference: J. Hall. 1876. Illustrations of Devonian fossils: Gasteropoda, Pteropoda, Cephalopoda, Crustacea, and corals of the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton and Chemung groups, etc. 1-133

Belongs to Straparollus according to P. J. Wagner 2023

See also Blodgett and Johnson 1992, Hall 1876, Hall 1879 and Heidelberger 2001

Sister taxa: Euomphalus (Straparollus) exiguus, Euomphalus (Straparollus) rugosus, Straparollus (Philoxene), Straparollus (Straparollus), Straparollus acuminatus, Straparollus aequalis, Straparollus ammon, Straparollus arcturus, Straparollus ater, Straparollus bicavatus, Straparollus brevis, Straparollus clymenioides, Straparollus complanans, Straparollus daphne, Straparollus davidi, Straparollus devonoaltus, Straparollus dionysii, Straparollus expectans, Straparollus filifora, Straparollus fragilis, Straparollus franciscae, Straparollus heliciformis, Straparollus hippolyta, Straparollus honoratus, Straparollus incongruens, Straparollus ineptus, Straparollus inops, Straparollus kokeni, Straparollus leptoni, Straparollus levigatus, Straparollus lonemountainensis, Straparollus macromphalus, Straparollus magnus, Straparollus multispina, Straparollus newarkensis, Straparollus newarkensis, Straparollus paucivolvus, Straparollus paullulus, Straparollus pileopsideus, Straparollus planodiscus, Straparollus planorbiformis, Straparollus planus, Straparollus portlandensis, Straparollus quadrivolvis, Straparollus rudis, Straparollus spergenensis, Straparollus turritus, Straparollus ultimus, Straparollus vermis, Straparollus volnovachensis, Straparolus australis, Straparolus subdionysii

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder


• Devonian of the United Kingdom (2 collections), United States (2: Ohio)

• Silurian of United States (1: California)

Total: 5 collections each including a single occurrence

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