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Clementia (Clementia) dariena

Bivalvia - Cardiida - Veneridae

Meretrix dariena was named by Conrad (1855) [DISTRIBUTION: Miocene; circum-Caribbean.]. It is not a trace fossil.

It was recombined as Clementia dariena by Toula (1909), Brown and Pilsbry (1911), Olsson (1922) and Clark and Durham (1946); it was recombined as Clementia (Clementia) dariena by Woodring (1925), Weisbord (1929), Anderson (1929), Barrios (1960), Olsson (1964), Woodring (1982), Perrilliat (1992) and Perrilliat (1994).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1855Meretrix dariena Conrad p. 18
1909Clementia dariena Toula p. 725
1911Clementia dariena Brown and Pilsbry p. 371
1922Clementia dariena Olsson p. 232
1925Clementia brasiliana Maury p. 423 figs. pl. 24, fig. 3
1925Clementia (Clementia) dariena Woodring p. 34
1929Clementia (Clementia) dariena Anderson p. 167
1929Clementia (Clementia) dariena Weisbord p. 24
1946Clementia dariena Clark and Durham p. 63
1960Clementia (Clementia) dariena Barrios p. 258
1964Clementia (Clementia) dariena Olsson p. 60
1982Clementia (Clementia) dariena Woodring p. 699
1992Clementia (Clementia) dariena Perrilliat p. 16
1994Clementia (Clementia) dariena Perrilliat p. 239

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EubilateriaAx 1987
subclassAutobranchia(Groblen 1894)
infraclassHeteroconchia(Cox 1960)
CardiomorphiFerussac 1822
CardioniFerussac 1822
CardiidiaFerussac 1822
CardiataFerussac 1822
superorderCardiiformiiFerussac 1822
orderCardiidaFerussac 1822
suborderCardiidinaFerussac 1822
Veneroidei(Gray 1854)
VeneroiteiGray 1854
superfamilyVeneroidea(Rafinesque 1815)
familyVeneridaeRafinesque 1815
subfamilyMeretricinaeGray 1847
tribeMeretriciniGray 1847
subfamilyClementiina(Frizzell 1936)
genusClementiaGray 1847
subgenusClementiaGray 1842
speciesdariena(Conrad 1855)

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