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Physa

Gastropoda - Physidae

Taxonomy
Physa was named by Draparnaud (1801). It is extant. It is the type genus of Physidae, Physinae, Physini.

It was assigned to Physidae by Russell (1935) and Schultz and Cheatum (1970); and to Physini by Bouchet et al. (2005).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1801Physa Draparnaud
1935Physa Russell p. 119
1970Physa Schultz and Cheatum p. 845
2005Physa Bouchet et al.

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
superphylumLophotrochozoa
phylumMollusca
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
RankNameAuthor
subclassPulmonataCuvier 1817
Basommatophora(Keferstein 1864)
HygrophilaFerussac 1822
superfamilyPlanorboideaRafinesque 1815
familyPhysidaeFitzinger 1833
subfamilyPhysinaeFitzinger 1833
tribePhysiniFitzinger 1833
genusPhysaDraparnaud 1801

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available
Measurements
No measurements are available
Composition: aragonitesubc
Environment: freshwaterf
Locomotion: actively mobilesubc
Life habit: epifaunalc
Vision: limitedc
Created: 2017-04-17 10:17:02
Modified: 2017-04-17 10:17:02
Source: f = family, subc = subclass, c = class
References: Kiessling 2004, Bush and Bambach 2015

Age range: base of the Middle Berriasian to the top of the Holocene or 145.00000 to 0.00000 Ma

Collections (65 total)


Time interval Ma Country or state Original ID and collection number
Middle Berriasian145.0 - 140.2United Kingdom (England) P. sp. (45330)
Berriasian145.0 - 139.8United Kingdom (England) P. sp. (77058)
Early/Lower Albian112.03 - 109.0Argentina (Neuquén) P. wichmanni (92234)
Late/Upper Cretaceous100.5 - 66.0China (Yunnan) P. sp. 1, P. sp. 2 (165472) P. sp. 1, P. sp. 3 (165471)
Late/Upper Santonian85.8 - 83.5Canada (Alberta) P. lactaena (71486)
Late/Upper Santonian - Early/Lower Campanian85.8 - 70.6USA (Montana) P. copei (22689)
Campanian83.6 - 72.1USA (Montana) P. sp. (36608)
Campanian - Maastrichtian83.6 - 66.0India (Andhra Pradesh) P. tirpolensis (46496)
Late/Upper Campanian83.5 - 70.6France (Bouches-du-Rhône) P. patula, P. delecta (59269)
Late/Upper Campanian83.5 - 70.6Mexico (Sonora) P. copei (91377)
Late/Upper Campanian83.5 - 70.6USA (Arizona) P. reesidei (32301 32302) P. sp. (24915)
Late/Upper Campanian - Early/Lower Maastrichtian83.5 - 66.0Brazil (São Paulo) P. arida (51627)
Late/Upper Campanian - Early/Lower Maastrichtian83.5 - 66.0Argentina (Santa Cruz) P. sp. (206969)
Maastrichtian72.1 - 66.0Spain (Cataluña) P. sp. (74527 159019)
Maastrichtian72.1 - 66.0Spain (Castilla y Leon) P. patula (61321)
Maastrichtian72.1 - 66.0USA (Montana) P. sp. (192041)
Maastrichtian72.1 - 66.0India (Madhya Pradesh) P. prinsepii (67450)
Maastrichtian72.1 - 66.0India (Maharashtra) P. prinsepii (26370) P. sp. (57004 57005 57006 58102 68619)
Maastrichtian - Early/Lower Paleocene72.1 - 61.7Canada (Alberta) P. canadensis (46099)
Lancian70.6 - 66.0USA (Wyoming) P. sp. (14519 14538)
Lancian70.6 - 66.0USA (North Dakota) P. sp. (14620)
Late/Upper Maastrichtian70.6 - 66.0Romania (Hunedoara) P. patula (67818)
Late/Upper Maastrichtian70.6 - 66.0USA (Wyoming) P. sp. (14585)
Late/Upper Maastrichtian - Tertiary70.6 - 2.588USA (Utah) P. sp. (13294)
Puercan66.0 - 63.3USA (Utah) P. sp. (14748)
Danian66.0 - 61.6Belgium P. montensis (22931)
Paleocene66.0 - 56.0Canada (Saskatchewan) P. canadensis (22921)
Paleocene66.0 - 56.0USA (California) P. sp. (11117)
Torrejonian63.3 - 61.7USA (Utah) P. sp. (14883)
Eocene56.0 - 33.9USA (Wyoming) P. bridgerensis, P. pleromatis (197777) P. sp. (197776)
Wasatchian55.8 - 50.3USA (Wyoming) P. sp. (15793 191220)
Bridgerian50.3 - 46.2USA (Wyoming) P. bridgerensis, P. pleromatis (191226) P. sp. (16296 191227)
Lutetian47.8 - 41.3USA (Texas) P. sp. (205537)
Pliocene - Pleistocene5.333 - 0.0117USA (Florida) P. meigsi (41749)
Piacenzian - Gelasian3.6 - 1.806USA (California) P. sp. (207684)
Early/Lower Pleistocene2.588 - 0.781USA (Florida) P. meigsi (41718) P. sp. (41501 80357)
Early/Lower Pleistocene2.588 - 0.781USA (South Carolina) P. meigsii (92408)
Irvingtonian1.8 - 0.3USA (Kansas) P. gyrina (20352) P. sp. (20293)
Late/Upper Pleistocene (late glacial)0.126 - 0.0117Mexico (Mexico) P. sp. (93639)
Late/Upper Pleistocene (late glacial)0.126 - 0.0117USA (Ohio) P. heterostropha (93208)
Late/Upper Pleistocene (high glacial)0.126 - 0.0117USA (Texas) P. gyrina (93103)
Late/Upper Pleistocene0.126 - 0.0117USA (Virginia) P. heterostropha (82258)
Late/Upper Pleistocene0.126 - 0.0117USA (Florida) P. sp. (80356)
Late/Upper Pleistocene0.126 - 0.0117USA (California) P. sp. (20273)
Late/Upper Pleistocene0.126 - 0.0117USA (Ohio) P. sp. (101394)
Late/Upper Pleistocene0.126 - 0.0117USA (Kansas) P. hawni, P. arboreus, P. anatina (37788)
Late/Upper Pleistocene (late glacial)0.126 - 0.0117USA (Texas) P. anatina (93554)
Holocene0.0117 - 0.0Mauritius P. acuta (194169)