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title of the reference :  Permian pelecypods from Tunisia.
Publication Date: 1979
Author : Boyd D.W., Newell Norman D.
Catalogue type : Livre
Catalogue reference : N°2686 (USA) Am. Mus. Novit. N°2686 Permian pelecypods from Tunisia. Pelecypodes permiens de Tunisie. Fifteen late Permian pelecepod species belonging to 15 genera and 13 familles are described from Tunisia. Shikamaia ? ogulineci, a remarkable ambonychlacean, Gigantocyclus zidensis, a lucinid of surprisingly modern aspect, and a new species. Lyroschizodus djemelensis are morphologically unusual elements of the fauna. A new non-byssate pterinopectinid, Denguiria azzouzi, new genus and new species, is described. A minor element of an extraordinarily rich assemblage of marine invertebrates dominated by reef-building calcareous sponges, the pelecipods show surprisingly little resemblance to contemporaneous assemblages of other areas. bibliogr. bivalvia ; Permien ; minéral nouveau ; bioherme ; biométrie ; méthode MEB ; lyroschizodus ; Denguiria ; Tunisie Newell Norman D. Boyd D.W. paleontologie
Indexation decimale : paleontologie
Keywords : bivalvia ; Permien ; minéral nouveau ; bioherme ; biométrie ; méthode MEB ; lyroschizodus ; Denguiria ; Tunisie
Summary : Fifteen late Permian pelecepod species belonging to 15 genera and 13 familles are described from Tunisia. Shikamaia ? ogulineci, a remarkable ambonychlacean, Gigantocyclus zidensis, a lucinid of surprisingly modern aspect, and a new species. Lyroschizodus djemelensis are morphologically unusual elements of the fauna. A new non-byssate pterinopectinid, Denguiria azzouzi, new genus and new species, is described. A minor element of an extraordinarily rich assemblage of marine invertebrates dominated by reef-building calcareous sponges, the pelecipods show surprisingly little resemblance to contemporaneous assemblages of other areas.
Exemplaries : TU545B, TU545A


 

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