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Terebratulina

Sous-embranchement (subphylum) des Rhynchonelliformea  
Classe des Rhynchonellata 
Ordre des Terebratulida 

Sous-ordre des Terebratulidina 
Super-famille des Terebratuloidae 
Super-famille des Dyscolioidae 
Super-famille des Cancellothyroidea 


Genus Terebratulina d'Orbigny, 1847
 
[Type species = Anomia retusa Linné, 1758 (p. 587)]

Small to large, ovate to subpentagonal, slightly auriculate, valves biconvex; anterior commissure rectimarginate to uniplicate; surface costellate, costellae may be enlarged or granular, with prominent nodules in young; umbo suberect, foramen incomplete, mesothyrid to permesothyrid, deltidial plates disjunct. Pedicle collar present, median septum and hinge plates absent; cardinal process small; socket ridges and crural bases fused, forming prominent ridge, hinge teeth without swollen bases, but with sulcus on inner face; crura converging, crural processes united to form ringlike loop, transverse band ventrally arched.

Upper Jurassic - Present

Diagnosis from volume 5 of the
Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology (2006)

Extant Species of Terebratulina
  • T. retusa (Linné, 1758)
  • T. septentrionalis (Couthouy, 1838)
  • T. japonica (Sowerby, 1846)
  • T. abyssicola (Adams & Reeve, 1850)
  • T. cumingii Davidson, 1852
  • T. unguicula (Carpenter, 1864)
  • T. cailleti Crosse, 1865
  • T. crossei Davidson, 1882
  • T. kiiensis Dall & Pilsbry, 1891
  • T. radula Hedley, 1904
  • T. valdiviae Blochmann, 1908
  • T. cavata Verco, 1910
  • T. hawaiiensis Dall, 1920
  • T. callinome Dall, 1920
  • T. reevei Dall, 1920
  • T. photina Dall, 1920
  • T. pacifica Yabe & Hatai, 1934
  • T. kyusyuensis Yabe & Hatai, 1934
  • T. kitakamiensis Hayasaka, 1938
  • T. peculiaris Hatai, 1940
  • T. sirahamensis Hatai, 1940
  • T. meridionalis Jackson, 1952
  • T. hataiana Cooper, 1973
  • T. compressa Cooper, 1973
  • T. austroamericana Zezina, 1981
  • T. australis Bitner 2006
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    Terebratulina kiiensis   Dall et Pilsbry, 1891

    Type locality: “Coasts of Province Kii, Japan, Strearns;”
    Depth range: 18 - 1370 m (? 4640 m).

    Terebratulina crossei : Helmcke (1939)
    Terebratulina magalhaenica Helmcke, 1939
    Terebratulina? crossei : Fischer & Œhlert (1882)
    Terbratulina crossii Davidson, 1882
    Terebratulina Dall, 1908
    Terebratulina crossei ?: Foster (1969)

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    Note: Helmcke (1939b, p. 240) mentioned that the diagnoses of the new species would follow later in a revision of the genus. Foster (1989, p. 284) stated that “the differences among the species of Terebratulina are in great need of further study on a worldwide level.” As Lüter & Sieben (2005) emphasized, this revision was never done until today.



    Terebratulina retusa   Linné, 1758

    Type locality: « Habitat en pelago Norvegico » (Linné, 1767)
    Depth range: 9 - 3614 m

    Terebratulina caputserpentis Linné, 1767, not Linné (1758)

    Anomia caputserpentis Linné, 1767
    Anomia pubescens Linné, 1767
    Terebratula retusa (Linné) : Retzius (1788)
    Criopoderma caputserpentis (Linné) : Poli (1795)
    Terebratula aurita Fleming, 1822
    Terebratula costata Lowe, 1825
    Terebratula emarginata Risso, 1826
    Terebratula quadrata Risso, 1826
    Delthyris spatula Menke, 1830
    Terebratula caput-serpentis (Linné) : Sowerby (1847)
    Terebratulina caputserpentis (Linné) : d'Orbigny (1847)
    Terebratula striata Leach, 1852

    Terebratulina retusa (Linné) : Dall (1920)

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    Terebratulina austroamericana   Zezina, 1981

    Type locality: at 700 m, "Akademik Kutschatov" expedition 1968
    Depth range: 18 - 700 m

    Terebratulina crossei: Fischer & Öhlert (1892)
    ?Terebratulina sp. Foster, 1974

    Diagnose in preparation -