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Fayettevillea

Cephalopoda - Goniatitida - Glaphyritidae

Taxonomy
Fayettevillea was named by Gordon (1960) [Sepkoski's age data: C Serp-l Sepkoski's reference number: 302]. It is not extant. Its type is Fayettevillea planorbis. It is the type genus of Fayettevilleidae.

It was assigned to Goniatitida by Sepkoski (2002); to Fayettevilleidae by Korn (2006); and to Fayettevilleinae by Kuzina and Yatskov (1990), Titus (2000) and Furnish et al. (2009).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1960Fayettevillea Gordon
1990Fayettevillea Kuzina and Yatskov p. 60
2000Fayettevillea Titus p. 34
2002Fayettevillea Sepkoski
2006Fayettevillea Korn
2009Fayettevillea Furnish et al. p. 77

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
superphylumLophotrochozoa
phylumMollusca
classCephalopodaCuvier 1797
RankNameAuthor
subclassAmmonoidea()
orderGoniatitidaHyatt 1884
suborderGoniatitinaHyatt 1884
superfamilyGastrioceratoidea()
familyGlaphyritidae
subfamilyFayettevilleinae
genusFayettevilleaGordon 1960

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.

G. †Fayettevillea Gordon 1960
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Fayettevillea densistriata Kuzina and Yatskov 1990
Fayettevillea inyoense Gordon, Jr. 1964
Fayettevillea minuscula Kuzina and Yatskov 1990
Fayettevillea occidentalis Ruzhentsev and Bogoslovskaya 1971
Fayettevillea orientalis Ruzhentsev and Bogoslovskaya 1971
Fayettevillea planorbis Gordon 1960
Fayettevillea prior Kullmann 1962
Diagnosis
ReferenceDiagnosis
A. L. Titus 2000(emended from Horn and others, 1989). Glaphyritids with at least the first 5-6 post-nuclear whorls ophioconic, moderately evolute, very widely umbilicate, and typically, but not always, ornamented by irregular nodes. Suture critical to diagnosis, and by 10 mm D ventral lobe is relatively wide and has a slightly constricted base. Single, sharply defined, high-relief spiral chord absent from umbilical shoulder, which instead bears multiple fine lirae or is smooth.
Measurements
partNmeanminimummaximummedians.d.
shell height174.982.0012.05.102.87
shell diameter1715.26.0038.415.38.51
shell inflation176.223.0017.66.303.97

Composition: aragoniteo
Environment: marinec
Locomotion: fast-movingo
Life habit: nektonico
Diet: carnivoreo
Vision: well-developedc
Created: 2005-01-28 02:36:55
Modified: 2005-10-06 16:36:08
Source: o = order, c = class
References: Kiessling 2004, Kiessling 2003

Age range: base of the Pendleian to the top of the Arnsbergian or 330.90000 to 323.70000 Ma

Collections (24 total)


Time interval Ma Country or state Original ID and collection number
Pendleian330.9 - 327.0USA (Arkansas) F. planorbis (84400 84404 157684 157685 157880 157980)
Pendleian330.9 - 327.0USA (Texas) F. sp. (169951)
Arnsbergian327.0 - 323.7USA (California) Cravenoceras inyoense (217087 217142 217143 217145 217147)
Arnsbergian327.0 - 323.7Russian Federation (Orenburg) F. occidentalis (166935 166946 166947) F. occidentalis, F. orientalis (166934) F. orientalis (166948)
Arnsbergian327.0 - 323.7Russian Federation (Bashkortostan) F. occidentalis (166950) F. orientalis (166954)
Arnsbergian327.0 - 323.7Kazakhstan F. occidentalis (166366 166863)
Arnsbergian327.0 - 323.7Tajikistan F. sp. (166972)
Arnsbergian327.0 - 323.7Russian Federation F. densistriata, F. minuscula (179305 179306)