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Austrochlamys anderssoni

Bivalvia - Pectinida - Pectinidae

Taxonomy
Myochlamys anderssoni was named by Hennig (1911). It is extant. Its type specimen is SMNH Mo.2064a (Lectotype), a shell.

It was recombined as Chlamys (Zygochlamys) anderssoni by Fleming (1957); it was recombined as Chlamys (Chlamys) anderssoni by Gazdzicki and Pugaczewska (1984); it was recombined as Chlamys patagonica anderssoni by Beu (1985); it was recombined as Chlamys anderssoni by Gazdzicki and Webb (1996); it was recombined as Zygochlamys anderssoni by Gazdzicki and Studencka (1997); it was recombined as Austrochlamys anderssoni by Jonkers (2003) and Beu and Taviani (2013).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1911Myochlamys anderssoni Hennig p. 11 figs. pl. 1, fig. 1-5
1957Chlamys (Zygochlamys) anderssoni Fleming figs. text-fig. 1C
1984Chlamys (Chlamys) anderssoni Gazdzicki and Pugaczewska p. 96
1985Chlamys patagonica anderssoni Beu p. 7
1996Chlamys anderssoni Gazdzicki and Webb p. 165
1997Zygochlamys anderssoni Gazdzicki and Studencka figs. fig. 2
2003Austrochlamys anderssoni Jonkers p. 64
2013Austrochlamys anderssoni Beu and Taviani p. 11

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
Schizocoela
phylumMollusca
classBivalvia
Eubivalvia
subclassAutobranchia(Groblen 1894)
infraclassPteriomorphia(Beurlen 1944)
OstreomorphiFerussac 1822
RankNameAuthor
OstreioniFerussac 1822
OstreataFerussac 1822
superorderOstreiformiiFerussac 1822
orderPectinida(Gray 1854)
suborderPectinidina(Adams and Adams 1858)
superfamilyPectinoideaRafinesque 1815
PectinoidaeRafinesque 1815
familyPectinidaeWilkes 1810
subfamilyPectininaeWilkes 1810
tribeChlamydinivon Teppner 1922
genusAustrochlamysJonkers 2003
speciesanderssoni(Hennig 1911)

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.

Diagnosis
ReferenceDiagnosis
A. Beu and M. Taviani 2013A large Austrochlamys species with 13–15 pri- mary radial costae on juvenile specimens, 30–35 apparent primary costae on adults, many subdivided and interca- lated secondary and finer costae filling radial interspaces closely, and obvious coarse commarginal ridges over the entire surface.