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Bivalvia - Lucinida - Lucinidae
It was reranked as Lucina (Codakia) by Toula (1911).
It was assigned to Lucina by Toula (1911); to Lucininae by Cox et al. (1969) and Vokes (1980); to Veneroida by Sepkoski (2002); to Lucinidae by Woodring (1925), Olsson (1931), da Silva Forti (1969), Freneix et al. (1988), Lamprell and Whitehead (1992), Wienrich (1999) and Glover and Taylor (2007); and to Codakiidae by Bouchet et al. (2010).
|Year||Name and author|
|1777||Codakia Scopoli p. 398|
|1911||Lucina (Codakia) Toula p. 494|
|1925||Codakia Woodring p. 107|
|1930||Pexocodakia Iredale p. 389|
|1931||Codakia Olsson p. 51|
|1969||Codakia Cox et al. p. 494|
|1969||Codakia da Silva Forti p. 80|
|1980||Codakia Vokes p. 101|
|1988||Codakia Freneix et al. p. 418|
|1992||Codakia Lamprell and Whitehead p. 42|
|1999||Codakia Wienrich p. 226|
|2002||Codakia Sepkoski, Jr.|
|2007||Lentillaria Glover and Taylor p. 49|
|2007||Codakia Glover and Taylor p. 130|
|2010||Codakia Bouchet et al.|
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|E. A. Glover and J. D. Taylor 2007||Shells robust, medium to large, discoidal, flat to moderately infl ated. Sculpture of numerous fine to broad low radial ribs crossed by fi ne commarginal lamellae, sometimes producing nodules at intersection with radial ribs. Lunule short, triangular to narrowly
ovate, deep, strongly asymmetric, projecting from RV. Ligament large, set in deep resilifer. RV with two cardinal teeth, and a single, large anterior lateral tooth set close to cardinal teeth, posterior lateral teeth absent or indistinct. LV with 2 cardinals, anterior lateral 1 or 2, close to cardinal. Posterior lateral tiny or absent. Anterior adductor scar, long, detached from pallial line for about 2/3 of length. Shell usually white, internally with margin and hinge often rose-pink to red, within pallial line shell often yellow.