Emarginula Lamarck 1801 (snail)

Gastropoda - Fissurelloidea - Fissurellidae

Parent taxon: Emarginulini according to P. Bouchet et al. 2005

See also Beu et al. 1990, Harzhauser and Mandic 2001, Knight et al. 1960, Ladd 1966, Ladd 1982, Lozouet et al. 2001, Martin 1904, Pacaud and Le Renard 1995, Sepkoski 2002, Squires and Goedert 1994, Squires and Goedert 1995, Szabo 1980, Todd 2001, Weisbord 1962 and Wilson 1993

Sister taxon: Rimula

Subtaxa: Emarginula (Altomarginula) Emarginula (Arginula) Emarginula (Emarginula) Emarginula (Semperia) Emarginula (Subzeidora) Emarginula (Tauschia) Emarginula abnormis Emarginula clathrata Emarginula clathrataeformis Emarginula clypeata Emarginula conformis Emarginula conica Emarginula costata Emarginula crassa Emarginula dotyhillsensis Emarginula elegans Emarginula elongata Emarginula fissura Emarginula incisura Emarginula kitteli Emarginula mareana Emarginula marylandica Emarginula muensteri Emarginula multiradiata Emarginula punctura Emarginula radiola Emarginula reticulata Emarginula rosea Emarginula squammata Emarginula striatissima Emarginula tropica Emarginula variegata Emarginula washingtoniana

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Type: Emarginula conica

Ecology: facultatively mobile epifaunal grazer-carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Greece (1 collection), Italy (2), Japan (1), the Marshall Islands (3), Morocco (1), Panama (1), Spain (2), Tuvalu (1), United States (2: Florida), Vanuatu (2)

• Pliocene of Australia (1), the Dominican Republic (1), Jamaica (4), Pakistan (1), Spain (7), the United Kingdom (3), Venezuela (3)

• Miocene of Australia (2), Austria (1), Cyprus (1), France (1), Germany (1), Italy (1), the Marshall Islands (1), New Zealand (2), the Philippines (1), Poland (2)

• Oligocene of Austria (1), Denmark (1), France (2), Italy (1)

• Eocene of Australia (2), France (10), New Zealand (2), United States (7: Alabama, North Carolina, Texas, Washington)

• Paleocene of Australia (1), Austria (1), Belgium (2), Denmark (2), France (1), Germany (2), Greenland (3), Poland (3), Puerto Rico (1)

• Cretaceous of France (6), Germany (1), Poland (3), Switzerland (5), the United Kingdom (1), United States (1: Delaware)

• Jurassic of France (1), Germany (2), Hungary (6), Italy (2), Poland (1), Turkey (3)

• Triassic of Italy (5)

Total: 128 collections including 172 occurrences

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