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R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991

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R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert. 1991. New Late Eocene mollusks from localized limestone deposits formed by subduction-related methane seeps, Southwestern Washington. Journal of Paleontology 65(3):412-416 [P. Wagner/P. Wagner/M. Uhen]
Metadata
ID number:  63260
Created:  2017-09-08 12:25:05
Modified:  2019-12-04 06:27:38
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1017/S0022336000030389
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Archaeogastropoda belongs to Gastropoda' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Calyptogena (Calyptogena) chinookensis belongs to Calyptogena (Calyptogena)' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Calyptogena pacifica belongs to Calyptogena' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Calyptogena belongs to Vesicomyidae' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Margarites (Pupillaria) columbiana belongs to Margarites (Pupillaria)' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Margarites belongs to Margaritinae' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Margaritinae belongs to Trochidae' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Modiola is corrected as Modiolus and belongs to Modiolinae' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Modiolidae was reranked as the subfamily Modiolinae and belongs to Mytilidae' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Modiolus (Modiolus) willapaensis belongs to Modiolus (Modiolus)' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Modiolus (Modiolus) belongs to Modiolus' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Mytilidae belongs to Mytiloidea' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Mytiloidea belongs to Bivalvia' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Pupillaria was reranked as Margarites (Pupillaria) and belongs to Margarites' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Trochidae belongs to Archaeogastropoda' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Veneracea is corrected as Veneroidea and belongs to Bivalvia' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
'Vesicomyidae belongs to Veneroidea' according to R. L. Squires and J. L. Goedert 1991
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