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Saccella panayensis

Bivalvia - Protobranchia - Nuculanidae


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Sister species
Nuculana (Saccella) andrewi, Nuculana (Saccella) arowhana, Nuculana (Saccella) bolivarensis, Nuculana (Saccella) chaneyi, Nuculana (Saccella) costulata, Nuculana (Saccella) crassatelloides, Nuculana (Saccella) gabbii, Nuculana (Saccella) galeottiana, Nuculana (Saccella) gnomon, Nuculana (Saccella) gracillima, Nuculana (Saccella) hamata, Nuculana (Saccella) hondana, Nuculana (Saccella) karlmartini, Nuculana (Saccella) nolfi, Nuculana (Saccella) pakistanica, Nuculana (Saccella) parva, Nuculana (Saccella) pseudoscissurata, Nuculana (Saccella) punjabensis, Nuculana (Saccella) rakhiensis, Nuculana (Saccella) semibistriata, Nuculana (Saccella) silvestris, Nuculana (Saccella) soriensis, Nuculana (Saccella) striata, Nuculana (Saccella) taylorensis, Nuculana (Saccella) umboniinflata, Nuculana (Saccella) waikohuensis, S. acrita, S. acuminata, S. acuticauda, S. balboae, S. canonica, S. catasarca, S. charanica, S. chiriquiana, S. davidana, S. davilae, S. eburnea, S. fabalis, S. fastigata, S. fontinalis, S. hindsii, S. hokkaidoensis, S. incognita, S. maxwelli, S. miradorana, S. orcutti, S. ornata, S. packardi, S. parva, S. peltella, S. peruviana, S. phlyctaena, S. quercollis, S. semiteres, S. subcerata, S. taphria, S. tenellula, S. vagans (syn. Leda lucida), S. vulgaris (syn. Leda obliterata), S. westendorpi (syn. Nuculana gracilis), Sacella atakta

Synonymy list
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EubilateriaAx 1987
orderProtobranchiaPelseneer 1889
superorderNuculaniformiiCarter et al. 2000
orderNuculanida(Carter et al. 2000)
superfamilyNuculanoideaAdams and Adams 1858
familyNuculanidaeAdams and Adams 1858
genusSaccellaWoodring 1925

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

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