Bellerophon de Montfort 1808 (snail)

Gastropoda - Bellerophontida - Bellerophontidae

Alternative spelling: Carinaropsis (Bellerophon)

Synonym: Mogulia Waagen 1880

Full reference: P. D. de Montfort. 1808. Conchyliologie systématique, et classification méthodique des coquilles; offfrant leurs figures, leur arrangement générique, leurs descriptions caractéristiques, leurs noms; ainsi que leur synonymie en plusieurs langues. Coquilles univalves, cloisonnées 1

Parent taxon: Bellerophontinae according to A. Nützel and C. Ketwetsuriya 2016

See also Bouchet et al. 2005, Knight et al. 1960, Sardeson 1892, Sepkoski 2002, Ulrich and Scofield 1897 and Weir 1931

Sister taxa: Aglaoglypta, Bubovicus, Khumerspira, Kodymites, Liljevallospira, Pharkidonotus, Praematuratropis, Ptychobellerophon, Semilukispira, Sphaerocyclus, Waagenella

Subtaxa: Bellerophon (Bellerophon) Bellerophon (Bucaniella) Bellerophon (Sorobanobaca) Bellerophon affinis Bellerophon alutaceus Bellerophon anthracophilus Bellerophon barquensis Bellerophon barrandei Bellerophon bicarenus Bellerophon bidorsata Bellerophon blainvillei Bellerophon blairi Bellerophon bristolensis Bellerophon chapmani Bellerophon chesterensis Bellerophon clarki Bellerophon clausus Bellerophon compressus Bellerophon contortus Bellerophon corriei Bellerophon costatus Bellerophon crassoides Bellerophon cresswelli Bellerophon creswelli Bellerophon cristatus Bellerophon cylindricus Bellerophon cymbularia Bellerophon daubenyi Bellerophon deflectus Bellerophon demaneti Bellerophon denckmanni Bellerophon depauperatus Bellerophon eminens Bellerophon excavatus Bellerophon formani Bellerophon fraternus Bellerophon gibsoni Bellerophon goslariensis Bellerophon graphicus Bellerophon havliceki Bellerophon helena Bellerophon heterocanaliculus Bellerophon hiulcus Bellerophon huashibanensis Bellerophon hyalina Bellerophon imperforatus Bellerophon impressus Bellerophon incertus Bellerophon incomptus Bellerophon insculptus Bellerophon interstrialis Bellerophon irregularis Bellerophon isfarensis Bellerophon jeffersonensis Bellerophon kyndalynensis Bellerophon laticallis Bellerophon latisulcatus Bellerophon latofasciatus Bellerophon ledburiensis Bellerophon lenticularis Bellerophon lineatus Bellerophon livengoodensis Bellerophon lohestoe Bellerophon macromphalus Bellerophon macrostoma Bellerophon majusculus Bellerophon mansfieldianus Bellerophon miser Bellerophon mongoliensis Bellerophon murchisoni Bellerophon nactus Bellerophon nevadensis Bellerophon newberryi Bellerophon orientalis Bellerophon patersoni Bellerophon pelops Bellerophon pennatus Bellerophon permianus Bellerophon pisum Bellerophon pitkinensis Bellerophon planoconvexus Bellerophon politus Bellerophon propinquus Bellerophon pygmaeus Bellerophon qinglongensis Bellerophon roemeri Bellerophon ruthveni Bellerophon scaber Bellerophon scheii Bellerophon scissile Bellerophon sedaliensis Bellerophon shelbiensis Bellerophon singularis Bellerophon solitarius Bellerophon solvensis Bellerophon spergensis Bellerophon squamatus Bellerophon strictocanaliculus Bellerophon stummi Bellerophon subcostatus Bellerophon subglobatus Bellerophon subglobulus Bellerophon sublaevis Bellerophon sulcatinus Bellerophon sulcatulus Bellerophon sverdrupi Bellerophon swainsensis Bellerophon tenuifascia Bellerophon tenuilineata Bellerophon tenureticulatum Bellerophon triangularis Bellerophon ulrichi Bellerophon vasulites Bellerophon vigilii Bellerophon wewokanus Bellerophon whittleseyi Bellerophon wrighti Bellerophon yabei Mogulia regularis

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Type: Bellerophon vasulites

Ecology: slow-moving low-level epifaunal detritivore

Distribution:

• Triassic of China (2 collections), Greenland (2), India (1), Italy (1)

• Permian of Australia (9), Cambodia (2), China (21), Croatia (2), India (5), Indonesia (1), Iran (2), Italy (3), Japan (4), Madagascar (2), Malaysia (2), Mexico (5), Pakistan (133), the Russian Federation (3), Svalbard and Jan Mayen (1), Thailand (1), Tunisia (4), United States (110: Alaska, Arizona, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Wyoming)

• Virgilian of United States (10: Illinois, Kansas, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas)

• Desmoinesian of United States (10: Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma)

• Atokan of United States (1: Wyoming)

• Chesterian of United States (21: Illinois, Nevada, Ohio, Wyoming)

• Osagean of United States (4: Indiana, Michigan, Ohio)

• Carboniferous to Permian of Bolivia (1)

• Carboniferous of Argentina (1), Australia (5), Belgium (4), Canada (1: Alberta), Egypt (1), Ireland (2), Peru (2), the Russian Federation (1), Ukraine (1), the United Kingdom (14), United States (35: Alaska, Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, New mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Virginia)

• Mississippian of United States (1: Alaska)

• Couvinien of Australia (1)

• Devonian of Australia (5), Canada (8: Manitoba, Northwest Territories), France (1), Germany (17), Japan (1), Poland (3), South Africa (2), the United Kingdom (9), United States (28: Alaska, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania)

• Silurian of Canada (2: Ontario), the Czech Republic (5), the United Kingdom (1), United States (1: New York)

• Ordovician of Canada (2: Quebec), Estonia (1), Sweden (1), United States (2: Iowa, Tennessee)

Total: 521 collections including 687 occurrences

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