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Hebertella (Glyptorthis) insculpta maquoketensis
Rhynchonellata - Orthida - Glyptorthidae
It was recombined as Glyptorthis insculpta maquoketensis by Howe (1966) and Howe (1988); it was recombined as Glyptorthis maquoketensis by Wright and Stigall (2014).
|Year||Name and author|
|1929||Hebertella (Glyptorthis) insculpta maquoketensis Ladd p. 399 figs. pl. 4, figs 13–16, pl. 5, figs 1, 2|
|1966||Glyptorthis insculpta maquoketensis Howe p. 242 figs. pl. 28, figs 10–20|
|1988||Glyptorthis insculpta maquoketensis Howe p. 209 figs. 4.16–4.21, 7|
|2014||Glyptorthis maquoketensis Wright and Stigall pp. 896 - 897 figs. 2F-I|
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|D. F. Wright and A. L. Stigall 2014||Similar to G. insculpta but typically smaller (character 1, width 17.40–19.52 mm) and always having ventral muscle scars resting on a raised platform (see Remarks). Shell of moderate to large size for Glyptorthis; outline subquadrate; dorsal valve inflated. Sulcus deep, originating proximal to the umbo. Concentric ornamentation strongly lamellose for species of Glyptorthis. Ventral muscle scars large, width variable, with an anterior deflection. Angle between the lateral boundaries of the ventral interarea >130˚; delthyrial angle high (>55˚).|