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Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae.

Freydoun Afshar

Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae.

by Freydoun Afshar

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Published by Geological Society of America in [Boulder, Colo.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tellinidae, Fossil.,
  • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.,
  • Paleontology -- Cenozoic.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 201-208.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE812.T37 A3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 215 p.
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5313243M
    ISBN 100813711193
    LC Control Number72098019

    A large number of Brazilian species of infaunal (e.g., Tellinidae, Veneridae, Cardiidae, and Mactroidea) and epifaunal groups (Pectinidae, Mytilidae, and Arcidae) are absent from or poorly Belemnites in the Jurassic–Cretaceous Boundary Interval of the Mauryn’ya and Yatriya River Sections, Western Siberia: Biostratigraphic Significance and Dynamics of Taxonomic Diversity

    The systematic portion of this study includes a comprehensive description of cranial and postcranial remains, and has further corroborated the distinction of five species which belong to at least three superspecific groups including: «Hipparion» geltyi sp. nov., Group 1; Hipparion prostylum (s. l.), and Hipparion campbelli sp. nov., Group 3 Ervilia Turton, , is represented by a few small tropical and subtropical species. T h e familial placement of the genus has been in question since its original ://

    The ecoregion sustains a wealth of ecosystems and populations of numerous species of macro algae, bony and cartilaginous fish, marine mammals, and sea birds, among other taxonomic groups. There are some islands and islets in the Gulf, of which are included in this serial nomination. Most are barren, volcanic and mountainous with mainly   Thus, after the extinction pulse at the end of the Cretaceous, the ecological void left from the loss of many molluscan groups probably resulted in rapid infilling of niches of opportunistic species and so-called ‘bloom’ families (Hansen, ). Some molluscan groups reveal a veritable burst of speciation in the Palaeocene fossil ://


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Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae by Freydoun Afshar Download PDF EPUB FB2

In a supplement, the same information is given for twelve superspecific taxa proposed since the completion of the work by the author in Comments are given as to the probable location of these groups within the author’s :// Book Chapter Acknowledgments Author(s) Taxonomic Revision of the Superspecific Groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae Author(s) Freydoun Afshar.

Freydoun Afshar Search for other works by this author on: GSW. Google Scholar. Geological Society of America In preparation for its publication at this time I have come across a number of superspecific groups that have been proposed since Dr.

Afshar finished his manuscript, and these I have added as a postscript. Taxonomic Revision of the Superspecific Groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae Author(s) Book Chapter Contents Published: Janu PDF Link Chapter Taxonomic Revision of the Superspecific Groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae Taxonomic Revision of the Superspecific Groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae Afshar, Freydoun, Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae.

The Geological Survey of America, Memoirpls. Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe, [:// Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae.

The Geological Survey of America, Inc., Memoir pp., 45 pls. Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe, Études critiques sur les mollusques :// 二枚貝属名辞典 A lexicon of bivalve genera – Lexicon generum bivalvium III.

文献 References 2 (Adanson-Annandale) Adanson, Michel, Histoire naturelle du Sénégal. ://   Afshar, Freydoun,Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae: Geological Society of America Memoirp., 45 pls.

Anderson, F.M., and Hanna, GD.,Fauna and stratigraphic relations of the Tejon Eocene at the type locality in Kern County, California: California Academy Science   Tellinidae TELLINIDAE Tellins Diagnostic characters: Shell variable in shape, usually Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the cretaceous and cenozoic Tellinidae.

Geol. Soc. Mem., Boss, K.J. The subfamily Tellininae in South African Additional Physical Format: Online version: Afshar, Freydoun. Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic ://   The upper sequence consists of homogeneous dark marine shale with abundant limestone concretions.

It is estimated to have been several thousand meters thick originally, but only about 60 m remain after uplift and erosion during the latest Cretaceous-Cenozoic Laramide Orogeny and subsequent post-Miocene orogenic rejuvenation (Izett et al., ).

Taxonomic Scheme The taxonomic scheme used for each group is taken from the most up-to-date and authoritative sources for that particular taxon. In many groups of animals, how­ ever, the systematics below the class level are unstable, and different workers often utliize different schemes of   Afshar, F.

Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae. Geological Society of America Memoir xi + p. Aguirre, E.; Pasini, G. The Pliocene-Pleistocene ://   Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae.

Geol. Soc. Amer. Mem. ; pp., 45 plts. Orig. cloth, dustjacket, dustjacket with libr. stamp and minor defects, libr. stamp on first endpaper, very good. M.C. & A.W. Janssen - A taxonomic revision of NW European Oligocene and Miocene   1.

Introduction and previous work. The extinction pattern of North American Pliocene molluscs is well documented in the literature. Stanley and Campbell () reported that only ∼20% of bivalve and gastropod species from Western Atlantic provinces are extant.

Later, Stanley () reported that only 22% of Early Pliocene molluscan species and 41% of latest Pliocene species found in   The former revised the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae and the latter studied subfalnily Tellininae of Western Atlantic genera and the South A rrican fonns.

Boss () also studied the morphology of mantle, foot, Inusculature, siphon   Many groups that were important components of Late Cretaceous biota suffered only slight to moderate levels of extinction. These groups became quickly re-established in the Palaeocene and continued their radiation during the Cenozoic, being formed predominantly of trophic and habitat generalists (Kauffman, ).

Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae. Memoir of the Geological Society of America, Taxonomic revision of the superspecific groups of the Cretaceous and Cenozoic Tellinidae.

Memoir of the Geological Society of America, ?p=taxdetails&id= BIOLOGY & EVOLUTION OF THE BIVALVIA An International Meeting to Focus Solely on the Bivalvia | 14 th September Meeting Volume and Abstracts (scroll down) The volume from this meeting is available to purchase on-line from The Geological Society.

Alternatively contact: Geological Society Publishing House Unit 7 Brassmill Enterprise CentreBrassmill Lane Bath BA1 3JN Continue. The Cretaceous fauna of the Chatham Islands, South Pacific, is essentially a tectonically controlled facies fauna, with origins relating to divergent plate motions and concomitant deposition of volcaniclastic, transgressive sediments in half-grabens in the Chatham Rise region during the Late ://In the Lower Cretaceous, the presence of cosmopolitan Inoceramus species, such as members of the neocomiensis, concentricus and anglicus groups, permits correlation with Northern Hemisphere faunas Taxonomic edit history.

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