Species / Alarimella Anae
Original description of Alarimella anae by Saul, 1998:
Locus typicus: CIT (California Institute of Technology), loc. 1065, about 0.97 km north of confluence of Ladd and Silverado Canyons, Black Star Canyon quadrangle, Santa Ana Mts., Orange County, California, USA.
Stratum typicum: Baker Canyon Sandstone Member of the Ladd Formation, late Turonian, upper Cretaceous
Type specimens: Holotype, LACMIP (Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Invertebrate Paleontology) no. 11410; Paratypes LACMIP no. 11411 to 11414 all from California Institute of Technology (CIT), loc. 1065.
Geographic distribution: Known only from the type locality west of Ladd Canyon, Santa Ana Mountains, Orange County, California, USA in the Baker Canyon Sandstone Member of the Ladd Formation
Alarimella anae Saul, 1998; Holotype; LACMIP no. 11410; Copyright Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum - The Nautilus