Anomphalus studiosus Yochelson 1956 (snail)

Gastropoda - Euomphalina - Anomphalidae

Full reference: E. L. Yochelson. 1956. Permian Gastropoda of the southwestern United States. 1. Euomphalacea, Trochonematacea, Pesudophoracea, Anomphalacea, Craspedostomatacea, and Platyceratacea. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 110(3):173-276

Belongs to Anomphalus according to H. -Z. Pan and D. H. Erwin 2002

See also Yochelson et al. 1985

Sister taxa: Anomphalus amorphus, Anomphalus barskovi, Anomphalus biconcavus, Anomphalus blancus, Anomphalus decoratus, Anomphalus fusuiensis, Anomphalus helicoides, Anomphalus jaggerius, Anomphalus japonicus, Anomphalus lateumbilicatus, Anomphalus minutus, Anomphalus priscus, Anomphalus rotulensis, Anomphalus rotulus, Anomphalus straparoliformis, Anomphalus sundaicus, Anomphalus umbilicatus, Anomphalus umbilicoliratus, Anomphalus vanescens, Anomphalus verruculiferus, Anomphalus weixinensis

Type specimen: USNM 119181, a shell. Its type locality is USNM702, Split Tank, Glass Mountains, which is in a Kungurian reef, buildup or bioherm limestone in the Cathedral Mountain Formation of Texas.

Ecology: epifaunal detritivore

Distribution:

• Permian of China (1 collection), United States (9: Texas)

Total: 10 collections each including a single occurrence

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