Sphaerium Beckmani
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Sphaerium Beckmani

Sphaerium beckmani
Temporal range: Maastrichtian
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Bivalvia
Subclass: Heterodonta
Order: Sphaeriida
Family: Sphaeriidae
Genus: Sphaerium
Species:
S. beckmani
Binomial name
Sphaerium beckmani
Russell, 1976

Sphaerium beckmani is an extinct species of fossil freshwater pea clams from the Late Cretaceous deposits of North America. This species was first described by the American paleontologist Loris Shano Russell in 1976.[1][2] The specimens were collected by the American paleontologist Karl M. Waage from 1961 to 1962 from the Hell Creek Formation of eastern Montana. The locality is dated to the late Maastrichtian Age (around 66.0 to 72.1 million years ago).[3]

References

  1. ^ Arctos Database. "Sphaerium beckmani". Arctos Collection Management Information System. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ Loris S. Russell (1976). "Pelecypods of the Hell Creek Formation (Uppermost Cretaceous) of Garfield County, Montana". Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 13 (2): 365-388. doi:10.1139/e76-039.
  3. ^ Phillip Bigelow. "Cretaceous "Hell Creek Faunal Facies"; Late Maastrichtian". Hell Creek Life. Retrieved 2013.



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