Euscalpellum wheeleri Zullo et al. 1992 (barnacle)

Maxillopoda - Scalpelliformes - Calanticidae

Full reference: V. A. Zullo, M. P. Katuna, and K. C. Herridge. 1992. Scapellomorph and balanomorph barnacles (Cirripedia) from the upper Oligocene Ashley Formation, Charleston County, South Carolina. South Carolina Geology 34(1 & 2):57-67

Belongs to Euscalpellum according to V. A. Zullo et al. 1992

Sister taxa: Euscalpellum balcombicum, Euscalpellum carolinensis, Euscalpellum cliftonense, Euscalpellum egmontense, Euscalpellum eocenense, Euscalpellum meridianum, Euscalpellum rostratum

Type specimen: USNM 444306, an other. Its type locality is COC AF-18, which is in a Rupelian marine horizon in the Ashley Formation of South Carolina.

Ecology: stationary epifaunal suspension feeder

Distribution: found only at COC AF-18

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