Pelagiella Matthew 1895 (mollusk)

Helcionelloida - Pelagiellida - Pelagiellidae

Synonyms: Auriculaspira Zhou and Xiao 1984, Auriculatespira Zhou and Xiao 1984, Protoscaevogyra Kobayashi 1939

Full reference: G. F. Matthew. 1895. The Protolenus fauna. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 14:101-153

Parent taxon: Pelagiellidae according to P. J. Wagner 2023

See also Bengtson 1992, Bouchet et al. 2005, Brock and Cooper 1993, Gubanov et al. 2004, Knight 1952, Knight et al. 1960, Kouchinsky et al. 2011, Landing et al. 2002, Linsley and Kier 1984, Missarzhevsky 1989, Parkhaev 2001, Parkhaev 2002, Parkhaev 2004, Pei 1985, Runnegar and Jell 1976, Sepkoski 2002, Thomas et al. 2020 and Wotte 2006

Sister taxa: Cambretina, Costipelagiella, Proeccyliopterus, Tannuspira, Tianzhushanospira

Subtaxa: Pelagiella adunca Pelagiella asymmetrica Pelagiella atlantoides Pelagiella atlasensis Pelagiella bentica Pelagiella broeggeri Pelagiella corinthiana Pelagiella crassa Pelagiella deltoides Pelagiella escayachensis Pelagiella exigua Pelagiella lorenzi Pelagiella madianensis Pelagiella primaeva Pelagiella serpentis Pelagiella subangulata Protoscaevogyra reversa

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Type: Cyrtolites atlantoides

Ecology: epifaunal grazer

Distribution:

• Amgan of the Russian Federation (2 collections)

• Solvan of the Czech Republic (1), Kazakhstan (1), Morocco (5), the Russian Federation (3)

• Delamaran of Morocco (2)

• Placentian of United States (3: Massachusetts)

• Cambrian of Antarctica (10), Australia (67), Canada (12: Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Quebec), China (12), Germany (4), Greenland (13), India (1), Iran (1), Kyrgyzstan (2), Mexico (2), Poland (1), the Russian Federation (22), Spain (5), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (1), Turkey (1), the United Kingdom (4), United States (26: Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, Nevada and Utah, New York, Pennsylvania, Utah, Wisconsin)

Total: 201 collections including 238 occurrences

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