Inoceramidae Giebel, 1852
Key morphological features: Shells are elongated and almost all inoceramids are smooth, but with various shapes. Due to their abundance during the Late Cretaceous, they likely were an important food source for many Western Interior Seaway creatures.
FEEDING MODE: Suspension Feeder
Cox, L. R. et al. 1969. Bivalvia, in R. C. Moore ed., Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N, Mollusca 6, Volume 2. The University of Kansas and Geological Society of America. 1224 pp.