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Burmirhynchia (Burmirhynchia) gutta Buckman 1917 (lamp shell)

Rhynchonellata - Rhynchonellida - Tetrarhynchiidae

PaleoDB taxon number: 301957

Alternative combination: Burmirhynchia gutta

Synonyms: Burmirhynchia dattai Buckman 1917 (no. 302543), Burmirhynchia globulus Buckman 1917 (no. 302544), Burmirhynchia guttula Buckman 1917 (no. 302545), Burmirhynchia pyriformis Buckman 1917 (no. 302546), Burmirhynchia regularis Buckman 1917 (no. 302547), Burmirhynchia seengensis Buckman 1917 (no. 302548), Burmirhynchia senilis Buckman 1917 (no. 302549), Burmirhynchia subglobosa Buckman 1918 (no. 302550)

Full reference: S. S. Buckman. 1917. The Brachiopoda of the Namyau Beds, Northern Shan States, Burma. Palaeontologia Indica 3(2):1-254

Belongs to Burmirhynchia (Burmirhynchia) according to X. Shi and R. E. Grant 1993

Sister taxa: none

Type specimens:

  • Burmirhynchia (Burmirhynchia) gutta: Its type locality is Nashy, which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar
  • Burmirhynchia dattai: Its type locality is Lenglawng (=Lenalawng), which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.
  • Burmirhynchia globulus: Its type locality is Lenglawng (=Lenalawng), which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.
  • Burmirhynchia guttula: Its type locality is Nashy, which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.
  • Burmirhynchia pyriformis: Its type locality is Lenglawng (=Lenalawng), which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.
  • Burmirhynchia regularis: Its type locality is Lenglawng (=Lenalawng), which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.
  • Burmirhynchia seengensis: Its type locality is Se-In, which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.
  • Burmirhynchia senilis: Its type locality is Se-In, which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.
  • Burmirhynchia subglobosa: Its type locality is Hpalai (=Hpalaing), which is in a Bathonian carbonate limestone in the Namyau Beds Formation of Myanmar.

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Average measurements (in mm): shell 17.5 x 16.3