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    Anadara diluvii (Lamarck, 1805)


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    FranzBernhard
    • Anadara diluvii with matrix. Width of the teeth area on the second photo is 15 mm.

      Exact locality is Fuggaberg-3, west of St. Josef, in my own documentation. The fauna of this outcrop is by far (> 80 %) dominated by the mud snail Granulolabium bicinctum (Brocchi, 1814), which is a typical inhabitant of intertidal mudflats. A. diluvii is a relatively abundant species in this occurrence and a rather robust shell.

       

      The sediments in the area belong to the "Florianer Schichten", which are part of the western Styrian basin at the eastern margin of the Alps.

      The "Florianer Schichten" are about 15 Ma old (Langhian, or "Badenian" in Paratethys stratigraphic terms).

       

      Ref: Messner, F. & Bernhard, F. (2017): Eine aktuelle Fossilfundstelle bei Fuggaberg westlich St. Josef in der Weststeiermark (Florianer Schichten, mittleres Miozän). Der Steirische Mineralog, 32, 5-10.

    Taxonomy

    Arc Clam

    Kingdom: Animalia
    Phylum: Mollusca
    Class: Bivalvia
    Order: Arcida
    Family: Arcidae
    Genus: Anadara
    Species: A. diluvii
    Author Citation Lamarck (1805)

    Geological Time Scale

    Eon: Phanerozoic
    Era: Cenozoic
    Period: Neogene
    Epoch: Miocene
    International Age: Langhian

    Stratigraphy

    unknown formation
    Florianer Schichten

    Provenance

    Collector: Franz Bernhard
    Date Collected: 09/14/2016
    Acquired by: Field Collection

    Dimensions

    Width: 25mm

    Location

    Fuggaberg (villiage west of St. Josef)
    St. Josef
    Styria
    Austria

    Comments

    Anadara diluvii with matrix. Width of the teeth area on the second photo is 15 mm.

    Exact locality is Fuggaberg-3, west of St. Josef, in my own documentation. The fauna of this outcrop is by far (> 80 %) dominated by the mud snail Granulolabium bicinctum (Brocchi, 1814), which is a typical inhabitant of intertidal mudflats. A. diluvii is a relatively abundant species in this occurrence and a rather robust shell.

     

    The sediments in the area belong to the "Florianer Schichten", which are part of the western Styrian basin at the eastern margin of the Alps.

    The "Florianer Schichten" are about 15 Ma old (Langhian, or "Badenian" in Paratethys stratigraphic terms).

     

    Ref: Messner, F. & Bernhard, F. (2017): Eine aktuelle Fossilfundstelle bei Fuggaberg westlich St. Josef in der Weststeiermark (Florianer Schichten, mittleres Miozän). Der Steirische Mineralog, 32, 5-10.

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