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Conasprella marylandicus

Geological Range

Late Pliocene to Early Pleistocene; Extinct.

Paleogeographic Distribution

South Florida to Virginia.

Remarks

Original Description (from Green, 1830, p. 273-274):

"Le C. marylandicus est une espèce fossile trouvée par J. Finch; coquille pyriforme , avec 8-10 sillons près de la base; spire élevée, pointue."

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Stratigraphic Occurrences

Early Pleistocene
Caloosahatchee Formation (S. FL)
Nashua Formation (N. FL)
Waccamaw Formation (NC)
Late Pliocene
Duplin Formation (SC, NC)
Duplin / Raysor formations (GA)
Jackson Bluff Formation (N. FL)
Raysor Formation (SC, NC)
Tamiami Formation (Pinecrest Beds) (S. FL)
Yorktown Formation (VA)
<i>Conasprella marylandicus</i> from the Late Pliocene Duplin Fm. of Columbus/Robeson Counties, North Carolina (UF 187392).
Conasprella marylandicus from the Late Pliocene Duplin Fm. of Columbus/Robeson Counties, North Carolina (UF 187392).
Early Pleistocene Map
Early Pleistocene Map
Late Pliocene Map
Late Pliocene Map