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new species of the Jurassic brachiopod genus Septirhynchia

Helen M. Muir-Wood

new species of the Jurassic brachiopod genus Septirhynchia

by Helen M. Muir-Wood

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Septirhynchia.,
  • Paleontology -- Jurassic.

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    Statementby Helen M. Muir-Wood and G. Arthur Cooper.
    SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections,, v. 116, no. 6, Smithsonian miscellaneous collections ;, v. 116, no. 6.
    ContributionsCooper, G. Arthur 1902- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .S7 vol. 116, no. 6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6105363M
    LC Control Number51060903
    OCLC/WorldCa4483959

    A new species of the Jurassic (Callovian) brachiopod Septirhynchia from northern Sinai. - Journal of Paleontology Vol Harpagofututor volsellorhinus new genus and species (Chondrichthyes, Daniel B. - The new Jurassic sea star genus Eokainaster and comments on life habits and the origin of the modern Asteroidea. - Journal of. iv, p.: 28 cm No studies in depth have been made of the brachiopods from the Jurassic deposits of Saudi Arabia. This first study of the brachiopods from this important region is based mainly on a collection presented to the Smithsonian Institution by the Arabian-American Oil Company (Aramco).

    The Callovian Zohar and Matmor formations in the Negev, southern Israel, consisting of marls, shales and limestones, have yielded 13 brachiopod species .   Checklist of recent brachiopod species collected during the Terrasses and Exbodi cruises in the New Caledonian region, SW Pacific. Zookeys 33– DOI: /zookeys Reference page. Links. Brachiopoda - Taxon details on Catalogue of Life: Annual Checklist; Brachiopoda - Taxon details on Paleobiology Database.

    Some silicified strophomenacean brachiopods from the Ordovician of Kentucky, with comments on the genus Pionomena. (Contributions to the Ordovician paleontology of Kentucky and nearby states) (Geological Survey professional paper ; L). Brachiopod Diversity Patterns. Brachiopods have one of the longest fossil records of any multicellular animal. Brachiopods have been the most abundant bottom-dwelling creatures for three out of five global mass extinction events, all of which occurred during the Paleozoic era.


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New species of the Jurassic brachiopod genus Septirhynchia by Helen M. Muir-Wood Download PDF EPUB FB2

New species of the Jurassic brachiopod genus Septirhynchia (with two plates). Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Helen M Muir-Wood; G Arthur Cooper; Smithsonian.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. A New Species of the Jurassic Brachiopod Genus Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. A NEW SPECIES OF THE JURASSIC (CALLOVIAN) BRACHIOPOD SEPTIRHYNCHIA FROM NORTHERN SINAI HOWARD R.

FELDMAN' Department of Invertebrates, The American Museum of Natural History, 79th Street at Central Park West, New York, New York ABSTRACT--Septirhynchia hirschi n. is described from the Callovian (Jurassic) strata of. A new species for the Upper Bajocian brachiopod fauna from Romania (Vama Strunga-Strunguliţa, Bucegi Mountains).

Analalele Universitatii Bucuresti,39, p. The Jurassic brachiopoda of. A new genus and species of a rhynchonellide brachiopod from the Jurassic of Jordan, Talexirhynchia kadishi gen.

et sp. nov., is described. The. The Early Jurassic brachiopod species of Europe extended into north-west Africa, which I regard as part of Europe geologically (Ager ). A par- ticulary rich Toarcian-Aalenian succession is seen in the Valley of Ziz in the eastern High Atlas of Morocco.

I summarised this in my paper (p. A Jurassic (Bathonian-Callovian) brachiopod fauna from Jordan consists of seven rhynchonellid species all belonging to the genus Daghanirhynchia of which two are new: Daghanirhynchia rawyaensis and D.

jordanica. Emended diagnoses are given for Daghanirhynchia daghaniensis and D. macfadyeni. A new genus and species of a rhynchonellide brachiopod from the Jurassic of Jordan, Talexirhynchia kadishi gen. et sp. nov., is described. The specimens were collected from the Mughanniyya Formation (Callovian) of Wadi Zarqa from alternating claystones, siltstones, and marly limestones with minor dolomite, dolomitic limestone, and coquinas that represent the upper part of the Jurassic.

The known stratigraphical and geographical distribution of the genus is reviewed, showing an apparent restriction to the Callovian of the south Tethyan region. THE Jurassic rhynchonellid brachiopod genus Septirhynchia (Muir-Wood ) has been considered sufficiently distinct from other Mesozoic forms to be placed in.

Two new brachiopod genera (Alebusirhynchia and Praesphaeroidothyris), five new species (Alebusirhynchia jorali, Salgirella?goicoecheai, Praesphaeroidothyris cisnerosi, Lychnothyris lancisi, and Cincta peiroi) and a new combination (Securina plicata) have been recorded and established after the internal and external morphological study of populations attributed to Lower Jurassic.

Brachiopods vary considerably in size. The aptly named Carboniferous genus Gigantoproductus may grow up to 30 centimetres across. In contrast, the Jurassic rhynchonellid genus Nannirhynchia is minute, generally only two or three millimetres across, or. A new occurrence of the Early Jurassic brachiopod Anarhynchia from the Canadian Cordillera confirms its membership in chemosynthesis-based ecosystems 1.

József Pálfy, a b Zsófia Kovács, b c Gregory D. Price, d Attila Vörös, b Gary G. Johannson e. a Department of Geology, Eötvös Loránd University, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/C, Budapest. Babinia Racheboeuf & Branisa, Babukella Backhausina Bactrynium Badainjarania Baeorhynchia Bagnorthis Bagrasia Bailongjiangella Baissalosteges Bajanhongorella Bajanorthis Bajarinovia Bajtugania Bakonyithyris Balakhonia Balanoconcha Balatonspira Balkhasheconcha Bancroftina Bandoproductus Baranovus = Obscurella Baranov, (preoccupied).

The 13 Recent species assigned to this genus exhibit a wide bathymetric range from to m ; one deep-water species, E. macroctena, included to Eucalathis by Zezina, has recently been transferred into a new genus Melvicalathis Lee, Lüter, and Zezina, (Lee et.

The distribution of three distinct but congeneric species suggests that allopatric speciation occurred at separate sites along the active margin of western North America and Anarhynchia was restricted to seep and vent habitats in the Early Jurassic.

There are about to species living; the fossil species num Lingula, one of the oldest genera of brachiopods, has survived from the earliest Ordovician to the present day. The various species look very similar, and the genus is a good example of a living fossil. Brachiopod classification is being debated by invertebrate.

CHAPTER ONE. A Comparison of Jurassic and Devonian Brachiopod Communities: Trophic Structure, Diversity, Substrate Relations and Niche Replacement CHAPTER TWO. A New Species of the Jurassic (Callovian) Brachiopod Septirhynchia from Northern Sinai CHAPTER THREE.

Goliathyris lewyi, New Species (Brachiopoda, Terebratulacea). Two new species, Eotrichocera (Archaeotrichocera) longensis sp. and Eotrichocera (Archaeotrichocera) amabilis sp.

of Trichoceridae are described based on a combination of the following characters: Sc ending proximad of the forking of R 2, shape of d cell and A 2 rather short and bending sharply toward posterior margin.

These fossil specimens were collected from the Middle Jurassic. New material from South China and Myanmar allows establishment of a new genus, Xenocrania, including its type species Palaeocyclus.

haimei Reed from the Hirnantia fauna in northern Shan State, Myanmar. This genus is characterized by a unique ornamentation with a large degree of intraspecific variation in sympatric and allopatric populations.

A comparison of Jurassic and Devonian brachiopod communities: trophic structure, diversity, substrate relations and niche replacement / Howard R.

Feldman, Francis Hirsch, and Ellis F. Owen --A new species of the Jurassic (Callovian) brachiopod Septirhynchia from northern Sinai / Howard R. Feldman --Goliathyris lewyi, new species (Brachiopoda. The black, ribbed rhynchonellide brachiopod Notosaria nigricans (Sowerby) is one of the most common and distinctive of the twenty or so species of brachiopods found in New Zealand waters (Dawson ).

The species has a nearly complete fossil record back to the Middle Miocene, while the genus ranges back to the.many specimens of a new species of brachiopod from two localities in the South Behrendt Mountains (Fig. 1). All but one specimen came from locality 1, m north-east of the summit of Mt Hirman.

The other specimen is from locality 2, 6'3 .Williams, H. S. / NEW BRACHIOPODS OF THE GENUS SPIRIFER FROM THE SILURIAN OF MAINE, Reprint # - Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum, Vol pages 73 - 80, 1 plate, - 3 - $ 25 Wray, J.

L. / ALGAE IN REEFS THROUGH TIME, Proceedings of the North American Paleontological Convention, Part J., pb, - $ 4.