Neverita Risso 1826 (moon snail)

Gastropoda - Naticoidea - Naticidae

Alternative spellings: Natica (Neverita), Nerverita, Polinices (Neverita), Polynices (Neverita)

Parent taxon: Polinicinae according to M. Harzhauser 2004

See also Abbass 1967, Addicott 1970, Clark and Arnold 1923, Dockery 1980, Durham 1944, Gardner 1947, Givens and Kennedy 1976, Harzhauser 2002, Hickman 1980, Ladd 1977, Ladd 1982, Majima 1989, Marasti 1973, Marincovich 1977, Martin 1904, Moore 1976, Nagao 1928, Nagao 1928, Oldroyd 1925, Olsson 1931, Olsson and Harbison 1953, Palmer and Brann 1966, Sepkoski 2002, Spencer and Campbell 1987, Squires 1984, Squires 1987, Squires 1999, Todd 2001, Turner 1938, Weaver 1916 and Wienrich 2001

Sister taxa: Bulbus, Calinaticina, Cepatia, Choristes, Conuber, Euspira, Falsilunatia, Kerguelenatica, Mammilla, Payraudeautia, Pliconacca, Polinices, Poliniciella, Sigaticus, Uberella

Subtaxa: Natica (Neverita) arnoldi Natica (Neverita) orbicularis Natica (Neverita) pabloensis Neverita (Glossaulax) Neverita (Hypterita) Neverita (Neverita) Neverita asagaiensis Neverita calvimontana Neverita chiloensis Neverita chipolanus Neverita duplicatus Neverita eocenica Neverita globosa Neverita jamesae Neverita josephinia Neverita kaitbeyensis Neverita limula Neverita nereidis Neverita olla Neverita pabloensis Neverita paraguanensis Neverita samanensis Neverita secta Neverita semiglobosa Neverita subreclusiana Polinices (Neverita) insignis Polynices (Neverita) eocenica

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Ecology: semi-infaunal carnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of Italy (2 collections), Japan (11), Mexico (14), Morocco (1), Pakistan (3), the Philippines (1), South Africa (1), Thailand (1), United States (117: California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia), Vanuatu (1)

• Blancan of United States (3: California)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Malaysia (1), United States (1: Florida)

• Pliocene of Chile (1), Colombia (1), Costa Rica (3), Ecuador (1), Greece (2), Indonesia (5), Italy (5), Japan (5), Pakistan (1), Spain (1), United States (34: California, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia)

• Miocene of Argentina (3), Austria (6), Belgium (1), Brazil (1), Chile (16), Colombia (41), the Dominican Republic (7), Ecuador (7), France (6), Germany (16), Greece (2), India (1), Italy (11), Japan (25), Mexico (4), Panama (29), Peru (1), Poland (1), Romania (1), the Russian Federation (2), Slovakia (1), United States (94: Alaska, California, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, Oregon), Venezuela (7)

• Oligocene of Greece (1), Hungary (2), Jamaica (1), Japan (13), Panama (1), Peru (1), United States (17: California, North Carolina, Oregon, Washington), Venezuela (2)

• Eocene to Oligocene of United States (1: Oregon)

• Eocene of Angola (5), Colombia (7), Egypt (1), France (4), Indonesia (2), Japan (13), Mexico (5), the Netherlands Antilles (1), New Zealand (1), Nigeria (3), Panama (10), Peru (2), Somalia (1), Tonga (1), United States (152: Alabama, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Washington), Venezuela (2)

• Paleocene of United States (5: Alabama, California, Maryland)

• Paleogene of Japan (2)

Total: 755 collections including 792 occurrences

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