Euspira antarctidia Stilwell et al. 2004 (moon snail)

Gastropoda - Naticoidea - Naticidae

Full reference: J. D. Stilwell, W. J. Zinsmeister, and A. E. Oleinik. 2004. Early Paleocene Mollusks of Antarctica: Systematics, Paleoecology and Paleobiogeographic Significance. Bulletins of American Paleontology 367

Belongs to Euspira according to J. D. Stilwell et al. 2004

Sister taxa: Euspira catena, Euspira catenoides, Euspira compressa, Euspira constricta, Euspira ella, Euspira falklandica, Euspira gianoi, Euspira glaucinoides, Euspira grossularia, Euspira guamblinensis, Euspira halli, Euspira helicina, Euspira heros, Euspira internus, Euspira jacksonensis, Euspira latecallosa, Euspira marylandica, Euspira meisensis, Euspira molarensis, Euspira morisi, Euspira muriciformis, Euspira notabilis, Euspira pallida, Euspira patagonica, Euspira perforata, Euspira piccolii, Euspira propeinternus, Euspira pulchella, Euspira punjabensis, Euspira rectilabrum, Euspira roei, Euspira saginata, Euspira sergipensis, Euspira soriensis, Euspira strebeli, Euspira submamillaris, Euspira subobturata, Euspira triseriata, Euspira umbilicocarinata, Euspira umbilicolunata, Euspira vicanus, Euspira waltonensis, Polinices (Euspira) clementensis, Polinices (Euspira) gesteri, Polinices (Euspira) hornii, Polinices (Euspira) hotsoni, Polinices (Euspira) nuciformis, Polinices (Euspira) vientoensis

Type specimen: USNM 511864. Its type locality is Locality 1538 - Sobral Fm, Seymour Island, which is in a Danian offshore sandstone in the Sobral Formation of Antarctica.

Ecology: semi-infaunal carnivore

Distribution: found only at Locality 1538 - Sobral Fm, Seymour Island

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