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Laevicardium serratum

Bivalvia - Cardiida - Cardiidae

Cardium serratum was named by Linnaeus (1758) [DISTRIBUTION: Miocene-Recent; circum-Caribbean.]. It is a 3D body fossil.

It was recombined as Cardium (Laevicardium) serratum by Gabb (1881), Brown and Pilsbry (1911), Olsson (1922), Weisbord (1929) and Anderson (1929); it was synonymized subjectively with Cardium laevigatum by Vokes (1989); it was recombined as Laevicardium serratum by Holmes (1860) and Hendy et al. (2008).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1758Cardium serratum Linnaeus
1758Cardium laevigatum Linnaeus p. 680
1758Cardium serratum Linnaeus p. 680
1860Laevicardium serratum Holmes p. 25
1881Cardium (Laevicardium) serratum Gabb p. 374
1909Cardium (Laevicardium) dalli Toula p. 722 figs. pl. 27, fig. 6
1911Cardium (Laevicardium) dalli Brown and Pilsbry p. 367
1911Cardium (Laevicardium) serratum Brown and Pilsbry p. 367
1922Cardium (Laevicardium) serratum Olsson p. 228
1924Cardium gorgasi Hanna p. 160
1929Cardium (Laevicardium) gorgasi Anderson p. 165
1929Cardium (Laevicardium) serratum Anderson p. 165
1929Cardium (Laevicardium) serratum Weisbord p. 20
1962Laevicardium laevigatum DuBar
1982Laevicardium laevigatum Woodring p. 647
1989Laevicardium laevigatum Vokes p. 127
2008Laevicardium serratum Hendy et al.

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EubilateriaAx 1987
subclassAutobranchia(Groblen 1894)
infraclassHeteroconchia(Gray 1854)
CardiomorphiFerussac 1822
CardioniFerussac 1822
CardiidiaFerussac 1822
CardiataFerussac 1822
superorderCardiiformiiFerussac 1822
orderCardiidaFerussac 1822
suborderCardiidinaFerussac 1822
CardioideiFerussac 1822
superfamilyCardioidea(Lamarck 1809)
familyCardiidaeLamarck 1809
subfamilyLaevicardiinaeKeen 1936
genusLaevicardiumSwainson 1840
speciesserratum(Linnaeus 1758)

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.

No diagnoses are available