Material assignable to the yoldiid bivalve Megayoldia thraciaeformis is recorded for the first time from strata of Early Pleistocene age penetrated in boreholes at Brielle and Noordwijk (the Netherlands). At the present day, M. thraciaeformis occurs in the Pacific and western Atlantic.

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Anton C. Janse, Peter W. Moerdijk, & Tom Meijer. (2002). First record of Megayoldia thraciaeformis (Storer, 1838) (Bivalvia) from the Pleistocene of the North Sea Basin. Cainozoic research, 2(1/2), 139–142.