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Lower cretaceous gastropoda, lamellibranchia and annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies).

Leslie Reginald Cox

Lower cretaceous gastropoda, lamellibranchia and annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies).

by Leslie Reginald Cox

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Published by H.M.S.O .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesFalkland Islands Dependencies Survey. Scientific reports series;no.4
The Physical Object
Pagination15p.,ill.,31cm
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18752039M

The gastropods (/ ˈ ɡ æ s t r oʊ p ɒ d z /), more commonly known as snails and slugs, belong to a large taxonomic class of invertebrates within the phylum Mollusca, called class comprises snails and slugs from saltwater, from freshwater, and from the land. There are many thousands of species of sea snails and slugs, as well as freshwater snails, freshwater limpets, and Class: Gastropoda, Cuvier, Start studying Chapter B Invertabrates; Porifera, Cnidaria, Mollusca, Nemotoda, Platyhelminthes, Arthropodia, and Echinodermata ****missing Annelida,. Learn.

  Leslie R. Cox Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia and Annelida from Alexander Isand (Falkland Islands Dependencies). Scientific Reports of the British Antarctic Survey, Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey –14, 2 pl. Google ScholarCited by: The macrofaunal study of the Lower Cretaceous rocks at Gebel Mistan reveals 38 gastropods, 24 bivalves, one belemnite and 4 echinoid species. Crustacean abdominal fragments (Hoploparia sp.

The Early Cretaceous (geochronological name) or the Lower Cretaceous (chronostratigraphic name), is the earlier or lower of the two major divisions of the Cretaceous. It is usually considered to stretch from Ma to Ma. Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey. Scientific Reports ; No. 1: Organisation and Methods by V. E. Fuchs; No. 2: A New Method of Age Determination in Mammals with special reference to the Elephant Seal (Mirounga leonina, Linn.) by R. M. Laws; No. 3: The Upper Cretaceous Cephalopod Fauna of Graham Land by L. F. Spath; No. 4: Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia, and Annelida .


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Lower cretaceous gastropoda, lamellibranchia and annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies) by Leslie Reginald Cox Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Cox. Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia, and Annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies). Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey, Scientific Report No.

Etheridge, R., Lower Cretaceous fossils from the sources of the Barcoo, Ward, and Nive Rivers, South Central Queensland, Part 1: Annelida, Pelecypoda, and Gasteropoda. Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia and Annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies).

Falkland Islands Dependencies Cited by: The most notable feature of the non-cephalopod molluscan fauna of these beds is the abundance of small gastropods, particularly a few feet above the Belemnite Stone, and of Taxodont lamellibranchs belonging to the genera Nucula, Nuculana, and Parallelodon.

Most of the lamellibranchs and some of the gastropods are long-ranging forms. ACited by: 9. Abstract. Based on the studying of gastropods collected by P.A.

Gerasimov from the Cretaceous beds of the Volga region, four new species are established: Avellana hauteriviensis sp. nov.

from the Upper Hauterivian of the Ulyanovsk region, “Palaeorissoina” sokolovensis sp. nov., O. sinzowi sp. nov., and Nerineopsis turritum sp.

nov. from Lower Aptian of the Saratov by: 3. The correlation of the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary beds of England, the Russian Platform, the Subpolar Ural and Siberia. Izvestiva Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriva Geologicheskaya 7, [In Russian].

Cox, L. Lower Cretaceous gastropods, lamellibranchia and annelids from Alexander Island (Falkland Islands Dependencies).Cited by: New Lamellibranchia and Gastropoda from the Upper Cretaceous of Pondoland (with an Appendix on some species from the Cretaceous of Zululand) By.

Abstract. Volume: 28Start Page: End Page: 26 Publisher: Cape Town:South African Museum, Year: OAI identifier. Cretaceous gastropods.

A further contribution came from QUINTERO & REVILLA () who added new gastropods, bivalves and crinoids to the list of fossils. While these early workers considered the sediments Maastrichtian, ROSELL et al.

() determined their age to be mid-Campanian. Further gastropods were described by CALZADA (). The latest. ANONYM, Catalogue of the land Mollusca of New Zealand, with descriptions of the species. Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia & Annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Isls Dependencies).

16pp., 2pls., 1map, wrappers & top-right-corner somewhat soiled. Gastropods from the Lower Cretaceous of Vorarlberg, Austria.

A systematic review by Heinz A. KOLLMANN1 (With 1 text-figure and 6 plates) (Manuscript submitted on December 19ththe revised manuscript on Januray 31st ) Abstract This paper gives a synopsis and systematic revision of Lower Cretaceous gastropods of the Helvetic ZoneFile Size: 9MB. Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia and Annelida from Alexander Island (Falkland Islands Dependencies).

Late Cretaceous fossils from Ula Point, James Ross Island. Lower Cretaceous Gastropoda, Lamellibranchia and Annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies) Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey Scientific Reports, (No. 4),pl. I-II Aporrhais da CostaTessarolax GabbAporrhais (Tessarolax) antarctica, Aporrhais (Tessarolax) moreausiana (d'Orbigny), Dicroloma.

The first report of Cretaceous Antarctic gastropods was made by Wilckens (), who identified 18 species, many of which were new, from the islands of the James Ross Basin, including Seymour Island. Wilckens ()described ten species from Seymour uent studies on Antarctic Cretaceous gastropods were not completed until more than 40 years had elapsed with the description of one Cited by: 2.

Cretaceous Fossil Gallery - Gastropods (snails) Mollusca, Gastropoda (Phylum, Class) Red text = needs information. Fossil identification by Jo Cox unless otherwise noted ***** Caenogastropoda, Cerithioidea (Order, Superfamily) Cerithiinae (Subfamily).

In der unmittelbaren Umgebung der chilenischen Antarktisstation „General Bernardo O'Higgins“ sind die klastischen Sedimente kretazischen Alters innerhalb der alpidischen Orogenese nach drei verschiedenen Verformungsplänen gefaltet worden.

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Species beginning with Co coacta, Koloonella coani, Benthobulbus (1) coarctata, Acirsa coarctata. Guidebook, Book 36 Lo. s Angeles California. TALIAFERRO, N. Cretaceou. an Paleocensd oef Sant Lucia Rangea, California.

America Association o Petroleuf n Geologistm Bulletins WADE, B. w gener anad specie os f Gastropod froam the Upper Cre - taceous. Leslie Reginald Cox has written: 'Lower cretaceous gastropoda, lamellibranchia and annelida from Alexander I Land (Falkland Islands Dependencies)'.

British Antarctic Survey Scientific Reports -- 71 Volumes British Antarctic Survey Scientific Reports. The reports are numbered 1 – 76, but # were never published. These are, as the general title suggests, scholarly works on penguins, seals, plankton, floating bugs, plants, geology, geography, meteorology, etc.

The first 2 volumes (30 reports) are under the general [ ]. During the Cretaceous Period, gastropod faunas show considerable differences in their evolution between the Tethyan Realm (tropical) and the Temperate Realms to the north and south.

Like Holocene faunas, prosobranch, gastropods constitute the dominant part of Cretaceous marine snail faunas. Entomotaeneata and opisthobranchs usually form all of the remainder. The phylum Mollusca is classified into seven classes- But only three classes are important by the Geological overview.

They are- Lamellibranchia, Cephalopoda, Gastropoda 3. A Gastropods shell is long, conical tube like structure closed at one end open at the other end. The open anterior end is known as aperture.

Numerous specimens of the neritid gastropod Nerita (Bajanerita) n. subgen. californiensis (White, ) are present in the Upper Cretaceous Rosario Formation at Punta Banda, Baja California, Mexico (Figure 1).

Marincovich () assigned these strata to a Late Campanian to Early Maastrichtian by: 4.A Lower Cretaceous gastropod with fossilized intestines. Palaeontology 2; pp.1 fig., 1 pl. h.t. Stapled extract. € 3,50 Cestari, R. & M.

Sirna - Giacimenti fossiliferi a Hippuritidae e Radiolitidae (Hippuritacea) in Italia centro-meridionale.