Euphemites nodocarinatus Hall 1858 (snail)

Gastropoda - Bellerophontida - Euphemitidae

Alternative combinations: Bellerophon nodocarinatus, Euphemus nodocarinatus

Full reference: J. Hall. 1858. Palaeontology of Iowa. Report of the Geological Survey of the state of Iowa 1(2):473-724

Belongs to Euphemites according to P. J. Wagner 2017

See also Hall 1858, Harper and Rollins 1985, King 1844, Kues 1984, Kues and Batten 2001, Morningstar 1922, Sturgeon 1937, Ulrich and Scofield 1897 and Yochelson and Saunders 1967

Sister taxa: Euphemites aequisulcatus, Euphemites apertus, Euphemites barumensis, Euphemites batteni, Euphemites blaneyanus, Euphemites callosus, Euphemites carbonarius, Euphemites chesterensis, Euphemites chubutensis, Euphemites circumcostatus, Euphemites compressus, Euphemites crenulatus, Euphemites devoniana, Euphemites dorbignii, Euphemites enodis, Euphemites exquisitus, Euphemites filosus, Euphemites fremontensis, Euphemites galericulatus, Euphemites globosus, Euphemites graffhami, Euphemites hermosus, Euphemites hindi, Euphemites imperator, Euphemites incarinatus, Euphemites indicus, Euphemites inspeciosus, Euphemites invitabilis, Euphemites jacksoni, Euphemites kingi, Euphemites konincki, Euphemites labrosa, Euphemites laevis, Euphemites latapertus, Euphemites latirimalus, Euphemites lenticularis, Euphemites lentiformis, Euphemites luxuriosus, Euphemites minutus, Euphemites minutus, Euphemites multiliratus, Euphemites nautiloides, Euphemites nevadensis, Euphemites obsoleta, Euphemites orbignyanus, Euphemites pustula, Euphemites randolphensis, Euphemites rariliratus, Euphemites regulatus, Euphemites richardsoni, Euphemites romanovskyi, Euphemites sacajawensis, Euphemites sparciliratus, Euphemites stamineus, Euphemites subglobosus, Euphemites tongxinensis, Euphemites urei, Euphemites vittatus, Euphemites whirligigi, Euphemites wongi, Euphemites wynnensis, Euphemus baroghilensis

Ecology: infaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Desmoinesian of United States (9: Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas collections)

• Carboniferous of United States (2: Kentucky, New mexico)

Total: 11 collections each including a single occurrence

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