Pinna lewisi Waring 1914 (oyster)

Bivalvia - Ostreida - Pinnidae

Full reference: C. A. Waring. 1914. Eocene Horizons of California. Journal of Geology 22(8):782-785

Belongs to Pinna according to C. A. Waring 1914

See also Squires 1984 and Waring 1917

Sister taxa: Pinna (Pinna), Pinna (Sulcatopinna), Pinna alborzica, Pinna ampla, Pinna arata, Pinna asakuraensis, Pinna barrowsi, Pinna bascoi, Pinna bicolor, Pinna brewerii, Pinna calamitoides, Pinna carnea, Pinna cawcawensis, Pinna confutsiana, Pinna constantini, Pinna cordata, Pinna credneri, Pinna cretacea, Pinna decussata, Pinna deltodes, Pinna deshayesi, Pinna dolosoniensis, Pinna folium, Pinna freneixae, Pinna gravida, Pinna hartmanni, Pinna incurva, Pinna kawhiana, Pinna laqueata, Pinna laticostata, Pinna latissima, Pinna latrania, Pinna lima, Pinna llajasensis, Pinna margaritacea, Pinna meriani, Pinna mitis, Pinna muikadanensis, Pinna muricata, Pinna octavia, Pinna papyracea, Pinna pectinata, Pinna punjabensis, Pinna qinghaiensis, Pinna raibliana, Pinna reginamaris, Pinna rembangensis, Pinna richthofeni, Pinna robinaldina, Pinna robusta, Pinna rudis, Pinna saccata, Pinna semicostata, Pinna semisulcata, Pinna shekhanensis, Pinna simionescui, Pinna sublanceolata, Pinna triquetra, Pinna vexillum

Type specimen: Its type locality is 1.5 miles East of McCray Wells, which is in an Eocene marine horizon in the Llajas Formation of California

Ecology: stationary semi-infaunal suspension feeder

Distribution:

• Eocene of United States (4: California collections)

Total: 4 collections each including a single occurrence

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