Cypricardinia

Cypricardinia is an extinct genus of bivalves. Species are found worldwide.[3]

Cypricardinia
Temporal range: Early Ordovician-Late Permian
~485.4–254 Ma
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Bivalvia
Order: Carditida
Family: Cardiniidae
Genus: Cypricardinia
Hall 1860[1]
Species
  • C. borealica Muromtseva 1984
  • C. contracta Girty 1909
  • C. dalecarlica Isberg 1934
  • C. elegans Clarke & Swartz, 1913[2]
    • C. elegans var. angusta Clarke & Swartz
  • C. eopermica Biakov 2005
  • C. fayettevillensis Girty 1910
  • C. fossa Campbell and Engel 1963
  • C. kallholniensis Isberg 1934
  • C. permica Licharew 1931
  • C. securigera Talent, 1963

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Palæontology of New York: Containing descriptions and figures of the organic remains of the Lower Helderburg Group and the Oriskany Sandstone. J. Hall, 1860, New York Geological Survey, 3(1), pages 1-532
  2. ^ Systematic paleontology of the Upper Devonian deposits of Maryland JM Clarke and CK Swartz, Maryland Geological Survey, Middle and Upper Devonian, 1913
  3. ^ Cypricardinia at Fossilworks.org

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