Cerithiopsis Hanley 1849 (snail)

Gastropoda - Triphoroidea - Cerithiopsidae

Parent taxon: Cerithiopsidae according to H. S. Ladd 1972

See also Gardner 1948, Hoerle 1972, MacNeil 1960, Martin 1904, Rivera 1957, Sepkoski 2002, Weisbord 1962 and Wienrich 2001

Sister taxa: Aliptinae, Altispecula, Binda, Cerithiopsidella, Cerithiopsinae, Clathropsis, Conciliopsis, Cyrbasia, Dizoniopsis, Euseila, Horologica, Notoseila, Pilaflexis, Potenatomus, Retilaskeya, Seila, Seilinae, Socienna, Specula, Synthopsis, Thereitis, Tubercliopsis

Subtaxa: Cerithiopsis (Alipta) Cerithiopsis (Cerithiopsida) Cerithiopsis (Cerithiopsina) Cerithiopsis (Cerithiopsis) Cerithiopsis (Heterocerithiopsis) Cerithiopsis (Laskeya) Cerithiopsis andersoni Cerithiopsis aralia Cerithiopsis calvertensis Cerithiopsis carmenensis Cerithiopsis diagona Cerithiopsis discreta Cerithiopsis emersoni Cerithiopsis emersonii Cerithiopsis fasteni Cerithiopsis greenii Cerithiopsis greggiensis Cerithiopsis hauniensis Cerithiopsis inopinus Cerithiopsis lechuzaensis Cerithiopsis mekranica Cerithiopsis nana Cerithiopsis punjabensis Cerithiopsis subulata Cerithiopsis tubercularis Cerithiopsis veatchiana Cerithiopsis vinca

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Type: Murex tubercularis

Ecology: epifaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Brazil (1 collection), China (2), Costa Rica (3), Ecuador (1), Italy (1), Japan (1), Mexico (4), Morocco (3), Panama (2), Portugal (12), Spain (1), the United Kingdom (1), United States (23: California, Florida, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia)

• Pliocene of Belgium (3), Ecuador (2), Italy (4), Jamaica (1), Japan (1), Mexico (1), Panama (1), Trinidad and Tobago (4), the United Kingdom (1), United States (3: California, Florida), Venezuela (5)

• Miocene of Argentina (1), Austria (7), France (2), Germany (8), Hungary (1), Italy (1), the Netherlands (2), Pakistan (1), Panama (2), Poland (2), Slovakia (3), United States (3: Florida, Rhode Island)

• Oligocene to Miocene of United States (1: Florida)

• Oligocene of Belgium (1), Denmark (1), France (2), Germany (1), United States (1: Georgia)

• Eocene of Belgium (1), Colombia (3), France (2), Germany (1), Japan (3), Pakistan (1), Peru (1), Spain (1), Tonga (1), Trinidad and Tobago (1), the United Kingdom (3), United States (10: Alabama, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Washington)

• Paleocene to Eocene of Pakistan (1)

• Paleocene of Belgium (1), Denmark (6), France (2), Germany (1), Greenland (2), Nigeria (2), Poland (3), Puerto Rico (1), United States (4: Alabama, California)

• Cretaceous of Germany (3), Mexico (1), United States (17: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Tennessee, Utah)

Total: 193 collections including 290 occurrences

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