Phragmolites

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Phragmolites
Temporal range: 460.9–439.0 Ma
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Phragmolites

Conrad, 1838[1]
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Synonyms

Conradella Ulrich and Scofield, 1897[2]

Phragmolites is an extinct genus of molluscs in the family Bucaniidae, paleozoic molluscs of uncertain position possibly being either Gastropods or Monoplacophorans in the superfamily Bellerophontoidea.

P. elegans Miller 1874 (syn. Conradella elegans, Cyrtolites elegans) is from the Ordovician of Ohio.

Species[edit]

Phragmolites bellulus, Phragmolites cellulosus, Phragmolites compressus (type), Phragmolites desideratus, Phragmolites dyeri, Phragmolites elegans, Phragmolites excavatus, Phragmolites fimbriata, Phragmolites girvanensis, Phragmolites huoliensis, Phragmolites hyperboreus, Phragmolites imbricata, Phragmolites lindstroemi, Phragmolites multinotatus, Phragmolites obliquus, Phragmolites pannosus, Phragmolites phaecus, Phragmolites sladensis, Phragmolites slawsoni, Phragmolites suarezi, Phragmolites triangularis

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References[edit]

  1. ^ T. A. Conrad. 1838. Report on the palaeontological department of the survey. New York Geological Survey, Annual Report 2, pages 107-119
  2. ^ Ulrich E. O. & Scofield W. H. 1897. The Lower Silurian Gastropoda of Minnesota. In: Ulrich E. O., Scofield W. H., Clarke J. M. & Winchell N. H. The Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota, volume 3(2), Harrison and Smith, Minneapolis, 48 plates. Pages 813-1081, plates 61-82. Bucaniidae on page 849.

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