5 edition of Angulorostrum, a new genus of myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae, Pseudophilomedinae) found in the catalog.
Angulorostrum, a new genus of myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae, Pseudophilomedinae)
Kornicker, Louis S.
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|Statement||Louis S. Kornicker.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 340|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 340, QL444.O85 .S54 no. 340|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||81607892|
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Get this from a library. Angulorostrum, a new genus of myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae, Pseudophilomedinae). [Louis S Kornicker]. Angulorostrum Get this from a library. Angulorostrum, a new genus of myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae, Pseudophilomedinae).
[Louis S Kornicker; Smithsonian Institution.]. Index and Bibliography of Marine Ostracoda. P Index D: Recent Marine Ostracoda of the World.
CD-ROM Edition w dataset references (published by the author). [Occurrences of Angulorostrum Kornicker, are listed therein under UTIN (Universal Taxonomic Identification Number) Ostracoda: G =====]. Angulorostrum monothrix Kornicker, Type locality: R/V Atlantis II, cru station(07°58'00"S°50'00"S, 34°17'00"W), continental slope at water depths of meters, Atlantic Ocean, off Brazil.
Primary references. Kornicker, L.S. Angulorostrum, a New Genus of Myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae: Pseudophilomedinae). Angulorostrum costatum Kornicker, Type locality: Beaufort Shelf Transect, stat (34°19'42"N, 75°52'00"W), North Carolina continental slope at a water depth of metres, Atlantic Ocean.
Primary references. Kornicker, L.S. Angulorostrum, a New Genus of Myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae: Pseudophilomedinae). Angulorostrum segonzaci Kornicker, Type locality: R/V Thalassa, station Y(40°45'36"N, 09°09'00"W), continental slope west of the northern end of Portugal at a water depth of metres, Atlantic Ocean.
Primary references. Kornicker, L.S. Angulorostrum, a New Genus of Myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae: Pseudophilomedinae).
Genera: Angulorostrum - Euphilomedes - Harbansus - Paramekodon - Philomedes - Pseudophilomedes - Scleroconcha - Streptoleberis - Tetragonodon - Zeugophilomedes.
References. Chavtur, V.G. & Keyser, D. Benthic myodocopid Ostracoda (Philomedidae) from. Myodocopid Ostracoda from the late Permian of Greece and a basic classification for Paleozoic and Mesozoic Myodocopida.
Related Titles. Series: Smithsonian contributions to Angulorostrum. Kornicker, Louis S., Sohn, I. (Israel Gregory), Smithsonian Institution. Press Type. The Bradleyu problem, with descriptions of two new psychrospheric Ostracoda genera, Agrenocythere and Poseidonamicus (Ostracoda: Crustacea).
Ibid., 12, -and PEYPOUQUET, J.-P. The Upper and Mid-Bathyal Cenozoic Ostracode Faunas of the Rio Grande Rise found on Leg 72 Deep Sea Drilling Project. revue de micropali~ontologie vol. 44, nl, marspp. a new genus of ostracoda of the family limnocytheridae from the non-marine mid-cretaceous of alberta, canada.
un nouveau genre d'ostracode de la famille limnocytheridae du cretace moyen non marin de l 'alberta, canada by stephen j. tatman* and robin whatley* abstract. The new genus, which is tentatively placed in the family Parapseudidae, is distinguished from other parapseudid genera by a combination of characters, including: (1) pereonites 2 to 6 subquadrate.
2 papers: A new freshwater ostracode Cyprinotus trispinosus Pinto et Purper, sp. nov., from southern Brazil, its ontogenetic carapace variation and seasonal distribution. 30 p., 6 pls, wrps & A neotype for Elpidium bromeliarum Müller, (type species for the genus) and a revision of the genus Elpidium (Ostracoda).
23 p., 11 pls, wrps. Angulorostrum, a new genus of Myodocopid Bathyal and abyssal myodocopid Ostracoda of the Bay of We provide an overview of 17 contributions to the book Ostracoda as proxies for Quaternary. Targeted sampling efforts by the authors for the signal crayfish, Pacifastacus leniusculus, from its native range in the John Day River Basin, Oregon, U.S.A.
yielded entocytherid ostracods with a male copulatory complex so clearly different from other entocytherines that a new genus, Aurumcythere gen. nov. is proposed to receive them. THE OSTRACOD GENUS CYPRIDEA The muscle scar pattern appears to be constant for the genus, and consists of four oval scars in the centre of each valve (Figs.
17 and 18), three in front with their longer axis horizontal, and one behind in which it is vertical. The genus is diagnosed by this combination of features: carapace with shallow incisur, carapace with no ribs, second antenna endopod with two articles, furca with setae between primary claws, and.
An exceptionally preserved myodocopid ostracod from the Silurian of Herefordshire, UK. allowing assignment of the fossil to a new genus and species of cylindroleberidid myodocope (Myodocopida, Cylindroleberididae). The Bellonci organ is recorded for the first time in fossil ostracods.
The find also represents a rare occurrence of gills in. The nomenclature of the genus Cypridea is clarified, and a valid genolectotype is selected. The shell characters of the genus are described. Stratigraphically significant species of the Upper and Middle Purbeck Beds are described, and their distribution incorporated in a revised zonal scheme.
The nonmarine ostracod genus Cypridea s.l., characterized by an antero-ventral “beak” (rostrum and alveolus) in both valves, achieved high diversity and global distribution in the Early Cretaceous but declined in the Late Cretaceous and became extinct during the Paleogene.
Although it clearly belongs to the Superfamily Cypridoidea (Order Podocopida, Suborder Cypridocopina), the. This paper presents new data on ostracods of the genus Advenocypris. The distribution of these ostracods in the Neogene deposits of the intermontane depressions of Central Asia is analyzed.
Species of this genus were selective regarding their habitats. This habitat specificity can be used to reconstruct the paleogeography of the depositional environments, origin and connections of water.
Two new deep sea species of the genus Cytheropteron (C. branchium and C. pherozigzag spp. nov) are described. Both species occur in abyssal and bathyal Pliocene to Quaternary environments in the S. W. Pacific; the latter species has also been recovered from abyssal palaeodepths in the N.E.
Atlantic and E. Indian Ocean in the Late Quaternary.The analysis of ostracods (Crustacea) of the genus Palaeocytheridea, widespread in the Boreal and Tethyan regions of Europe, allows establishing several correlated sequences in the Middle Jurassic of these regions, thus showing the stratigraphical significance of this genus.
However M.I. Mandelstam misdescribed the hinge in carapace valves of the ostracod genus Palaeocytheridea in his.each studied ostracod specimen to express these points.
The technique is a simple ordinating proce-dure that has as its starting point the x, y coordi-nates of a set of p points along outlines of N objects of interest (here outline of the ostracod car-apace). A transformation procedure is followed in the same manner as principal component analysis.