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Texas Cretaceous bivalves and localities

Texas Cretaceous bivalves and localities

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Published by Paleontology Section of the Houston Gem and Mineral Society in [Houston] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas.
    • Subjects:
    • Bivalvia, Fossil -- Texas.,
    • Paleontology -- Cretaceous.,
    • Paleontology -- Texas.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Irene D. Offeman ... [et al. ; illustrations by Rosemary Akers].
      SeriesTexas paleontology series ;, publication no. 2
      ContributionsOffeman, Irene D.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE811 .T48 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination155 p. :
      Number of Pages155
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3509183M
      LC Control Number82060782

      Mengyinaia-Nakamuranaia-Sphaerium assemblage. It is from the fossiliferous horizons of the late phase of the Jehol Fauna, the Jiufotang Formation in western Liaoning and its coevals. The assemblage is more-abundant and diverse in bivalves than the above two. consisting, of more than 30 species designated to five genera including five species to Mengyinaia (Fig. 36), three to Nakamuranaia (Fig Inoceramid bivalves provide an important tool for correlation within Late Cretaceous basins, especially within the North American Western Interior (e.g., D’Hondt, ; Cobban et al., ). Rudist bivalves enable correlation of shallow-water carbonate platforms (reviewed by Masse and Philip, ).

        The study of Aptian–Albian rudist faunas from the Chilean Central Andes documents the presence of two forms, ascribed to the Monopleuridae: Douvillelia skeltoni an early Aptian species known hitherto from Mexico, and Jerjesia chilensis, an endemic Albian species from Chile and Peru, with a complex taxonomic regional stratigraphy of the Central Andes, combining ammonites and Mollusks of latest Cretaceous and Paleocene age, Lake Nacimiento, California, p. 25 – In Grove, K. and Graham, S. A. (eds.), Geology of Upper Cretaceous and lower Tertiary rocks near Lake Nacimiento, California. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Pacific Section, Geological Guidebook Fall Field Trip, Book

      Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary sections located in the Biscay region of southwestern France and northern Spain are among the most complete of all known land-based sequences across this boundary. New collections of ammonites and inoceramid bivalves from five localities show quite distinct extinction patterns for these two groups of characteristic   The Maastrichtian oyster Lopha villei (Coquand) occurs abundantly in the upper part of the Duwi Formation in the Red Sea region, Egypt. It forms thin undulating sharp-based shell beds that comprise both reclining and encrusting morphotypes of Lopha -by-bed biostratinomic and facies analyses of these shell beds confirm their shallow marine origin and formation by storm ://


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(replaces “Texas Cretaceous Bivalves and Localities” – HGMS Pub No. 2) Descriptions and illustrations of ALL named Texas genera () and species (). Illustrated glossary. Morphological terms. Steps to identification. Classification. Synonymies.

Reference list. Annotated list. Genus comparison charts. Bivalve formation lists. Genera and species indices. figures. :// Texas Cretaceous bivalves and localities. [Irene D Offeman; et al] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

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It is in very good used condition with minimal wear from use, aging, and storage. See :// Texas Cretaceous bivalves 2 by Rosemary E. Akers,Paleontological Section, Houston Gem and Mineral Society edition, in English Texas Cretaceous bivalves 2: Descriptions and illustrations of all named Texas genera and species (Texas paleontology series) [Akers, Rosemary E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Click on each to view more information and sample pages. The 6 Texas Paleontology books can be purchased as a bundle – this includes: Texas Cretaceous Echinoids, Texas Pennsylvanian Brachiopods, Texas Cretaceous Ammonites and Nautiloids, Texas Cretaceous Gastropods, Texas Cretaceous Bivalves, & Middle   Upper Cretaceous bivalves from northern Jordan, Middle East 99 Discussion.

The Jordanian specimens are similar in outline and ornamentation to Inoceramus virgatus Schlüter, described in Elder and Box (, p. 13, fi gs.) from lower-middle Turonian of Alaska. Genus Mytiloides Brongniart, Type   Two books by Rosemary E.

Akers and Thomas J. Akers are available through the Houston Gem and Mineral Society. Those titles are Texas Cretaceous Gastropods and Texas Cretaceous Bivalves 2.

My cohort on this trip, Erich, gave me a copy of an excellent article that will help with the identification of the many echinoids that we found at site # cretaceous of-austin-texas. Texas Cretaceous Echinoids by Rosemary E Akers: 3: Texas Pennsylvanian Brachiopods, Paleontology Section, Houston Gem and Mineral Society, Texas Paleontology Series, Publication Number 4: pages with illustrations by Rosemary E.

Akers Herbert, Mary M. Morton, Dorothy K. Hall, Schunke Lynch, Thomas J. Akers John H. 4+Paleontology+Series. Cretaceous bivalves from Ecuador and northern Peru Annie V. Dhondta,*, Etienne Jaillardb aDepartment of Palaeontology, Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen, Vautierstr B Brussels, Belgium bIRD-LGCA, Maison des Ge´osciences, BP 53, F Grenoble Cedex, France Received 1 March ; revised 9 January ; accepted 1 January Albian infaunal Pholadomyida (Cretaceous Bivalvia), Comanchean Carbonate Shelf, Texas - Volume 92 Issue 4 - Robert W.

Scott, Bradley W. Claggett About this book. The published professional literature was searched for gastropods reported from the Texas Cretaceous. The search ended with published articles available at the end of May Specifically, 29 gastropod superfamilies, 55 gastropod families, gastropod genera and gastropod species were found in the Texas Cretaceous Whitney'sspecimens of Corbula martinae were collected on the DrippingSprings-Wimberly road, Texas High about mi (4 km)south of Lone Man Mountain, Hays County, Texas, from a bed cm ( in) thick about m ( ft) above thebase of the Glen Rose.

Lone Man Mountain is five miles southwestof Driftwood and six miles north Descriptions of one Tertiary and eight new Cretaceous fossils from Texas, in the collection of Major Emory.

Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 7 Bivalves and gastropods from the Middle Campanian Anacacho Limestone, south central Texas - Volume 70 Issue 2 - William P.

Elder Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our :// CRETACEOUS OPINE BIVALVES FROM THE PACIFIC SLOPE OF NORTH AMERICA AND PALAEOBIOGEOGRAPHY OF SUBFAMILY OPINAE CHAVAN, by RICHARD L.

SQUIRES*and LOUELLA R. SAUL *Department of Geological Sciences, California State University, Northridge, CAUSA; e-mail [email protected]:// Buy Texas Cretaceous Ammonites and Nautiloids: NHBS - Barbara L Emerson, John L Emerson, Rosemary E Akers, Thomas J Akers, Houston Gem and Mineral Society About this book.

This volume describes and illustrates genera and species of Texas Cretaceous ammonites and nautiloids. Texas Cretaceous Bivalves 2. £ More :// NOTES ON INOCERAMUS, MESOZOIC BIVALVES FROM THE SOUTHEASTERN ATLANTIC, DSDP SITES ANDLEG 40 Tatsuro Matsumoto, Department of Geology, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan ABSTRACT This paper describes, illustrates, and comments on fossil inocerami from the Upper Cretaceous of the Cape Basin Site ?doi=&rep=rep1&type=pdf.

Five pterosaur localities are currently known from the Late Cretaceous in the northeastern Aral Sea region of Kazakhstan. Of these, one is Turonian-Coniacian in age, the Zhirkindek Formation (Tyulkili), and four are Santonian in age, all from the early Campanian Bostobe Formation (Baibishe, Akkurgan, Buroinak, and Shakh Shakh).The biostratigraphic ranges of several widely distributed bivalves are utilized with ammonite range zones to refine the correlation of several southern Western Interior sequences with the classic lower Washita sequence of Texas and Oklahoma.

(Lower Cretaceous), Texas: species from their Lower Cretaceous (Albian) type localities in New Abstract: The mid‐Cretaceous bivalve Goshoraia Tamura,endemic to Japan, is an early example of shallow‐marine siphonate bivalves of the family Veneridae Rafinesque, Three species, including one new, are here described: Goshoraia minor Tashiro and Kozai, (Aptian), G.

crenulata (Matsumoto, ; Albian–lower Cenomanian) and G. maedai sp. nov. (middle to?upper Cenomanian).