Diodora Gray 1821 (snail)

Gastropoda - Fissurelloidea - Fissurellidae

Alternative spelling: Diadora

Synonyms: Austroglyphis Cotton and Godfrey 1934, Capiluna Gray 1857, Diodora (Austroglyphis) Cotton and Godfrey 1934, Diodora (Elegidion) Iredale 1924, Elegidion Iredale 1924, Fissuridea Swainson 1840, Glyphis Carpenter 1857

Parent taxon: Diodorini according to B. M. Landau et al. 2016

See also Bouchet et al. 2005, Gardner 1947, Gardner 1948, Harzhauser 2002, Jensen 1996, Kensley 1972, Knight et al. 1960, Kosnik 2002, Ladd 1966, Lozouet et al. 2001, Martin 1904, Nielsen 2013, Pacaud and Le Renard 1995, Perrilliat 1972, Richards and Harbison 1942, Sepkoski 2002, Squires and Kennedy 1998, Vera-Peláez et al. 2004, Ward and Blackwelder 1987, Weisbord 1962 and Wilson 1993

Sister taxa: Megathura, Pseudofissurella, Stromboli

Subtaxa: Diodora (Diodora) Diodora (Elegidion) marshallensis Diodora aspera Diodora auroraensis Diodora cayenensis Diodora chipolana Diodora corbicula Diodora derbyi Diodora diadala Diodora fragilis Diodora galeata Diodora gibberula Diodora graeca Diodora granifera Diodora griscomi Diodora henekeni Diodora immortalis Diodora inaequalis Diodora jaumei Diodora jukesii Diodora lincolnensis Diodora lineata Diodora listeri Diodora meta Diodora minuta Diodora mus Diodora occidua Diodora octogona Diodora pamlicoensis Diodora parviforata Diodora patagonica Diodora penderensis Diodora pumpellyi Diodora quadriradiata Diodora redimicula Diodora ruppelli Diodora singaporensis Diodora subcostaria Diodora tenebrosa Diodora ticaonica Diodora viridula Diodora vredenburgi Elegidion audax Fissuridea alticosta Fissuridea marylandica Fissuridea nassula

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Ecology: facultatively mobile epifaunal grazer-carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Angola (1 collection), Argentina (1), Australia (1), the Bahamas (3), Bermuda (3), Brazil (2), Cayman Islands (2), Costa Rica (4), Cuba (3), Djibouti (1), the Dominican Republic (1), Ecuador (3), Greece (1), Haiti (1), Ireland (1), Italy (2), Jamaica (2), Japan (4), Kenya (1), the Marshall Islands (1), Mexico (9), Morocco (3), Namibia (1), Pakistan (1), Panama (2), Papua New Guinea (2), Saudi Arabia (6), South Africa (4), Spain (3), United States (49: California, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina), Uruguay (2), Venezuela (2)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of South Africa (1)

• Pliocene of Chile (1), Cyprus (1), Ecuador (1), Greece (2), Indonesia (2), Italy (2), Jamaica (5), Japan (1), Mexico (1), Panama (1), South Africa (5), Spain (6), Trinidad and Tobago (11), the United Kingdom (1), United States (20: Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia), Venezuela (10)

• Miocene of Algeria (2), Austria (6), Belgium (1), Brazil (6), Chile (3), Cyprus (2), the Dominican Republic (1), France (2), Germany (1), Greece (2), Grenada (2), Hungary (1), India (1), Indonesia (1), Italy (2), Moldova (6), Morocco (2), Panama (1), Poland (3), Slovakia (1), United States (26: California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina)

• Oligocene to Miocene of United States (3: Florida)

• Oligocene of Japan (1), United States (7: Mississippi, North Carolina)

• Eocene of France (1), the Russian Federation (2), the United Kingdom (2), United States (34: Alabama, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Washington)

• Paleocene of Belgium (3), France (1), Germany (1), Greenland (1), United States (9: Alabama, Louisiana, Maryland)

• Cretaceous of South Africa (1), United States (1: Texas)

Total: 332 collections including 385 occurrences

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