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Special papers in Palaeontology: 46 Arundian (Lower Carboniferous) conodonts from South Wales. A diverse conodont fauna has been recovered from a sample transect through the varied subenvironments of the carbonate ramp which existed to the south of St George's Land during Arundian times. The fauna includes the multi-element genera: Hindeodus, Hindeodus?, Cavusgna/hus, Pa/rogna/hus, Gna/hodus, Mes/ogna/hus, Polygnathus, Lochriea, Vogelgna/hus,ldioprioniodus and Kladogna/hus.
Special Papers in Palaeontology. Special Papers in Palaeontology Archive. Based on collections totalling some thousands of specimens, the distribution of conodont elements in three main and several other subsidiary sections in the Carboniferous of New South Wales is summarized in terms of seven successive conodont faunas, six of which are regarded as indicating biostratigraphic zones. In upward succession these are individually characterized by (a) Siphonodella sp. (b) Gnathoduspunctatus, (c) Gnathodus semiglaber, (d) Gnathodus sp.
Arundian Conodonts (Lower Carboniferous) from South Wales Special Papers in Palaeontology 4. by Ren-bin, . Cocks, .
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Arundian (Lower Carboniferous) conodonts from South Wales. Special Papers in Palaeontology, 46. Bitter, . Phylogeny, Speciation, and palaeoecology of the Early Carboniferous (Mississippian) Conodont Genus Mestognathus. Royal Ontaria Museum, Life Sciences Contributions, 143. Nemyrovska, . Late Visean/early Serpukhovian conodont succession from the Triollo section Palencia (Cantabrian Mountains, Spain). Scripta Geologica, 129: 13-89.
Arundian (Lower Carboniferous) conodonts from South Wales. Special Papers in Palaeontology, 46, 63 p. Varker, W. J. and Austin, R. L. 1974. The significance of Adetognathus unicornis (Rexroad and Burton) in the Mirk Fell Beds (E2a) of the north of England
Arundian (Lower Carboniferous) conodonts from South Wales. The significance of Adetognathus unicornis (Rexroad and Burton) in the Mirk Fell Beds (E2a) of the north of England. Journal of Earth Science, 8:399–408. The palaeontological sequence in the Carboniferous Limestone of the Bristol Area. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 61:181–305. Recommend this journal.
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Butler, M. (1973): Lower Carboniferous conodont faunas from the eastern Mendips, England. Canis, W. F. (1968): Conodonts and biostratigraphy of the Lower Mississippian of Missouri. Palaeontology,16: 477–517, pls 56–59, 12 text-figs, London. 42: 525–555, pls 72–74, Tulsa/Okla. Cooper, C. (1939): Conodonts from a Bushbery Hannibal horizon in Oklahoma. 13: 379–422, 2 text-figs, pls 39–47. Gagiev, M. Kononova, L. I. &Pazuhin, V. N. (1987): Conodonts. in: Maslov V. A. (e. A new Lower Permian trematopid (Temnospondyli: Dissorophoidea) from Richards Spur, Oklahoma". Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. x (inactive 2019-01-04). Martens, . Berman, . An ostodolepid 'microsaur' (Lepospondyli) from the Lower Permian Tambach Formation of central Germany". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology.
First record of Lower Silurian conodonts from South. blages are not adequatelyknown
First record of Lower Silurian conodonts from South. Brachiopods and conodonts from the Early Carboniferous of South. The study of the us rocks widely exposed in South China has. Brachiopods and conodonts from the Early Carboniferous of South China ANDRZEJBerŃsrr Baliński, A. 1999. blages are not adequatelyknown. This paper deals with sihcified and phosphaticfossils revealed in a conodont sample (Mu-42), collected by Jerzy Dzik (Instituteof Paleobiology, Warsaw) in 1995from the limestonelens within e of the Muhua Formation (Fig.