Platyostoma lineata Conrad 1842 (snail)

Gastropoda - Euomphalina - Platyceratidae

Alternative combinations: Diaphorostoma lineata, Diaphorostoma lineatum, Naticonema lineata, Naticonema lineatum, Platyceras (Platyostoma) lineatum, Platyostoma lineatum, Platystoma lineata

Full reference: T. A. Conrad. 1842. Observations on the Silurian and Devonian systems of the United States, with descriptions of new organic remains. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 8(2):228-280

Belongs to Platyostoma according to P. J. Wagner 2020

See also Baird and Brett 1983, Clarke 1903, Clarke and Swartz 1913, Conrad 1842, Ellison 1965, Fisher 1951, Grabau and Shimer 1909, Hall 1862, Hall 1876, Hall 1879, Kesling and Chilman 1975, Linsley 1994, Oliver 1952, Prosser and Kindle 1913 and Sessa 2003

Sister taxa: Platyostoma (Platyostoma), Platyostoma adstrictum, Platyostoma allardycei, Platyostoma antiquuis, Platyostoma boggsi, Platyostoma brownsportense, Platyostoma cliftonensis, Platyostoma cornutum, Platyostoma daytonense, Platyostoma deforme, Platyostoma delicata, Platyostoma desmatum, Platyostoma euomphaloides, Platyostoma gebhardi, Platyostoma grayvillensis, Platyostoma hemispherica, Platyostoma humile, Platyostoma humilis, Platyostoma incisum, Platyostoma indica, Platyostoma insolita, Platyostoma invictus, Platyostoma irrasum, Platyostoma lutheri, Platyostoma modesta, Platyostoma muitissima, Platyostoma naticoides, Platyostoma niagarensis, Platyostoma pastillus, Platyostoma perceense, Platyostoma perforatum, Platyostoma plebeium, Platyostoma pleurotoma, Platyostoma rotundatum, Platyostoma rowei, Platyostoma speciosum, Platyostoma strophius, Platyostoma subglobosa, Platyostoma triangularis, Platyostoma tumidum, Platyostoma turbinata, Platyostoma unisulcata, Platyostoma ventricosum

Ecology: facultatively mobile epifaunal parasite


• Devonian of Colombia (3 collections), Germany (1), United States (77: Illinois, Indiana, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania)

Total: 81 collections each including a single occurrence

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