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Dalmanites

Trilobita - Phacopida - Dalmanitidae

Taxonomy
Dalmanites was named by Barrande (1852) [Sepkoski's age data: S Ldov-l D Eife-l Sepkoski's reference number: 421,1066]. Its type is Trilobus caudatus.

It was assigned to Dalmanitidae by Jell and Adrain (2002); and to Phacopida by Sepkoski (2002).

Synonyms
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1852Dalmanites Barrande
1895Hausmannia Etheridge and Mitchell
1935Heliocephalus Delo
1981Ommokris Holloway
2002Dalmanites Jell and Adrain p. 363
2002Dalmanites Sepkoski
2002Heliocephalus Sepkoski
2002Ommokris Sepkoski

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
phylumArthropodaLatreille 1829
RankNameAuthor
subphylumArtiopoda(Hou and Bergstrom)
classTrilobitaWalch 1771
orderPhacopidaSalter 1864
suborderPhacopinaStruve 1959
superfamilyDalmanitoideaVogdes 1890
familyDalmanitidaeVogdes 1890
genusDalmanitesBarrande 1852

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. †Dalmanites Barrande 1852
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Subg. †Dalmanites (Synphoria) Clarke 1900
Dalmanites caudatus Brünnich 1781
Dalmanites jupiterensis Twenhofel 1928
Dalmanites meeki Walcott 1884
Dalmanites oriens Barrande 1852
Dalmanites socialis Barrande 1852
Dalmanites townsendae Raymond 1931
Invalid names: Hausmannia Etheridge and Mitchell 1895 [synonym], Heliocephalus Delo 1935 [synonym], Ommokris Holloway 1981 [synonym]
Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available
Measurements
No measurements are available
Composition: low Mg calcitec
Composition 2: chitinc
Entire body: yesg
Adult length: 10 to < 100g
Adult width: 10 to < 100g
Spines: majorg
Ontogeny: molting, addition of partsc
Environment: marinec
Locomotion: fast-movingc
Life habit: low-level epifaunalc
Diet: carnivoresubo
Vision: well-developedf
Comments: BODY SIZE: Data from Harrington et al. (1959).g
Created: 2009-06-09 12:34:18
Modified: 2009-06-09 14:34:18
Source: g = genus, f = family, subo = suborder, c = class
References: Aberhan et al. 2004, Harrington et al. 1959, Fortey and Owens 1999, Hendy 2009

Age range: base of the Dobrotivian to the top of the Frasnian or 459.00000 to 372.20000 Ma

Collections (211 total)


Time interval Ma Country or state Original ID and collection number
Dobrotivian - Berounian459.0 - 449.8France D. sp. (20846 20850)
Pusgillian449.5 - 449.2United Kingdom (England) D. sp. (43740)
Gamachian449.5 - 443.7USA (Illinois) D. danai (173288)
Silurian443.8 - 419.2United Kingdom (England) D. sp. (486)
Silurian443.8 - 419.2USA (New York) D. sp. (531)
Silurian443.8 - 419.2USA (Oklahoma) D. sp. (528)
Silurian443.8 - 419.2USA (Indiana) D. limulurus (75266)
Silurian443.8 - 419.2USA (Alaska) D. sp. (111807)
Rhuddanian - Aeronian443.4 - 438.5United Kingdom (Wales) D. sp. (3502)
Llandovery443.4 - 433.4Canada (Ontario) D. sp. (444 446)
Llandovery443.4 - 433.4Bolivia D. sp. (25084)
Llandovery443.4 - 433.4USA (New York) D. limulurus (77052 77054) D. sp. (458 459 462 463)
Llandovery443.4 - 433.4Canada (Nova Scotia) D. sp. (3047 3170 3200)
Llandovery443.4 - 433.4United Kingdom (Wales) D. sp. (521)
Llandovery443.4 - 433.4Russian Federation (Siberia) D. sp. (206319)
Llandovery443.4 - 433.4Paraguay D. sp. (25570)
Llandovery - Wenlock443.4 - 427.4Ukraine D. caudatus (23346)
Llandovery - Wenlock443.4 - 427.4USA (New York) D. limulurus (13045)
Llandovery - Ludlow443.4 - 423.0USA (West Virginia) D. limulurus (41087 41088 41134)
Llandovery - Ludlow443.4 - 423.0USA (Maryland) D. limulurus (41093 41100 41101 41128)
Aeronian440.8 - 438.5Canada (Québec) D. jupiterensis (24416 24418)
Aeronian440.8 - 438.5Canada (Quebec) D. jupiterensis (184996 187777)
Aeronian - Telychian440.8 - 433.4Canada (Québec) D. jupiterensis (24412)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4USA (New York) D. limulurus (81909 82554 82558 82566 82607 82608 83096 83097 83106 83107) D. sp. (26853)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4Australia (Tasmania) D. tigerensis (40017)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4USA (Virginia) D. sp. (527)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4China (Sichuan) D. sp. (27780)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4Australia (Victoria) D. athamas (8028)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4United Kingdom (England) D. weaveri (49635 49638)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4USA (West Virginia) D. limulurus (40728)
Telychian438.5 - 433.4Canada (Québec) D. jupiterensis (24420 24423 24424 24435)
Telychian - Sheinwoodian438.5 - 430.5Argentina D. sudamericanus, D. transglabelaris (25103)
Telychian - Sheinwoodian438.5 - 430.5USA (Indiana) D. sp. (26803)
Telychian - Wenlock438.5 - 427.4USA (Iowa) D. sp. (25024)
Sheinwoodian433.4 - 430.5USA (Indiana) D. sp. (26805)
Sheinwoodian433.4 - 430.5Sweden (Gotland) D. imbricatulus (13598)
Sheinwoodian433.4 - 430.5United Kingdom (England) D. longicaudatus (23091)
Sheinwoodian433.4 - 430.5USA (New York) D. limulurus (26863 26864 81876 81907 81908 82502 82509 82510 82511 82513 82535 82545 82559 82560 82583 82584 82597 83093 83095)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4United Kingdom D. sp. (68060)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4United Kingdom (Wales) D. vulgaris (74668)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4USA (Iowa) D. sp. (25019)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4United Kingdom (England) D. caudatus (49640) D. myops (79893) D. spp., D. caudatus (49642)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4USA (Tennessee) D. vigilans, D. verrucosus (26788)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4Ireland D. sp. (501)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4USA (Indiana) D. halli (24940) D. sp. (26792 26794) D. spp. (26787 26789)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4USA (New York) D. limulurus (12932 12933 12934 12935 12936 13047 13050 13051 13052 13053 24941 26854 81783 81803 81804 81805 81840 81873 81885 81898 81905 81906 81917 81920 81922 82501) D. sp. (470 472 473 474 530 541 226918)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4USA (Oklahoma) D. ptyktorhion (26021)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4Argentina D. sp. (25098)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4USA (Wisconsin) D. sp. (26808)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4Ukraine D. caudatus (23349 23350 23365)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4USA (Arkansas) D. howelli, D. ptyktorion, D. sp. 1, D. sp. 3, Ommokris bassleri (229058) D. howelli, D. sp. 1, D. sp. 2, D. sp. 3, D. ptyktorhion, Ommokris bassleri (26020)
Wenlock433.4 - 427.4Canada (Ontario) D. limulurus (26687 26855)
Wenlock - Gorstian433.4 - 425.6USA (Maine) D. puticulifrons (216752)
Wenlock - Ludlow433.4 - 423.0USA (Illinois) D. illinoisensis, D. platycaudatus, Ommokris obex (24936 24938) D. platycaudatus, D. illinoisensis, Ommokris obex (24935) D. sp. (26816)
Wenlock - Ludlow433.4 - 423.0USA (Wisconsin) D. illinoisensis, D. platycaudatus (24937) D. sp. (24942 24944)
Wenlock - Ludlow433.4 - 423.0Argentina D. sudamericanus, D. transglabelaris (25062)
Wenlock - Pridoli433.4 - 419.2Argentina D. sudamericanus (25058) D. sudamericanus, D. sp. (25105)
Wenlock - Silurian433.4 - 419.2USA (Wisconsin) D. illinoiensis, D. platycaudatus (13017) D. platycaudatus (13021 13041 13075 13104)
Homerian430.5 - 427.4United Kingdom (England) D. sp. (23057)
Homerian430.5 - 427.4United Kingdom D. myops (165514)
Jaagarahu428.2 - 422.9Latvia D. punctim (13726) D. sp. (13725)
Gorstian427.4 - 425.6Sweden (Gotland) D. obtusus (13603)
Gorstian427.4 - 425.6Belarus D. sp. (23662)
Gorstian427.4 - 425.6United Kingdom (England) D. myops (480 23145 23149 23152 23156 23178 23209 23210 23211 23213) D. sp. (529) D. spp. (49643)
Ludlow427.4 - 423.0United Kingdom (England) D. sp. (481 482)
Ludlow427.4 - 423.0Argentina D. sp. (25571) D. sudamericanus (25054)
Ludlow427.4 - 423.0USA (Missouri) D. spp. (26822)
Ludlow427.4 - 423.0United Kingdom (Wales) D. sp. (484)
Ludlow - Elton427.4 - 421.3United Kingdom (Wales) D. vulgaris (74672 74760)
Ludfordian425.6 - 423.0Sweden (Gotland) D. obtusus (13616)
Ludfordian - Pridoli425.6 - 419.2USA (Oklahoma) D. rutellum (26824)
Elton423.0 - 421.3United Kingdom (Wales) D. myops (75051 75052)
Pridoli423.0 - 419.2Argentina D. sp. (25572)
Pridoli - Lochkovian423.0 - 410.8Australia (Victoria) D. sp. (646)
Pridoli - Helderbergian423.0 - 393.3Argentina D. sudamericanus (25055)
Pridoli - Helderbergian423.0 - 393.3Algeria D. sp. (27456)
Paadla422.9 - 419.2Latvia D. sp. (13728)
Lochkovian419.2 - 410.8Canada (New Brunswick) D. sp. (593)
Lochkovian419.2 - 410.8USA (New York) D. litchfieldensis (76757 76849 83110) D. sp. (76846)
Lochkovian419.2 - 410.8Australia (Victoria) D. sp. (7196)
Lochkovian419.2 - 410.8Kazakhstan D. sp. (24743)
Early/Lower Devonian419.2 - 393.3Canada (Ontario) D. sp. (40058)
Gedinnine416.0 - 412.3USA (Tennessee) D. retusus (74661)
Pragian410.8 - 407.6Canada (Quebec) D. sp. (597)
Emsian407.6 - 393.3USA (Nevada) D. sp. (605)
Emsian - Eifelian407.6 - 387.7Canada (Ontario) D. sp. (40039)
Emsian - Eifelian407.6 - 387.7Brazil (Parana) D. sp. (37105 37107)
Emsian - Eifelian407.6 - 387.7USA (Alaska) D. sp. (111906)
Eifelian393.3 - 387.7Brazil (Para) D. sp. (37137)
Eifelian393.3 - 387.7USA (Ohio) D. sp. (129948)
Frasnian382.7 - 372.2Colombia (Boyaca) D. patacamayaensis (36012)