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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2001
Journal of Micropalaeontology (2001) 20 (2): 126.
...H. MOSTLER; M. REICH 5 12 2000 12 2 2001 © 2001 The Micropalaeontological Society 2001 Paragenus Achistrum Etheridge, 1881 emend. Frizzell & Exline, 1956 Achistrum hagdorni nom. nov. ( Fig. 1 ) Fig. 1. Achistrum hagdorni Mostler & Reich nom. nov...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1965
Micropaleontology (1965) 11 (1): 117-118.
...Heinz Beckmann Abstract Holothurian sieve plates from middle Devonian limestone west of Prague, Czechoslovakia, originally described as a species of Achistrum should be placed in Eocaudina instead. GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American Geological Institute. Reference includes data from Bibliography...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1958
Micropaleontology (1958) 4 (1): 75-77.
...John S. Hampton Abstract "The holothurian genus Achistrum is subdivided, on the basis of the terminal loop, into the subgenus Achistrum sensu stricto and three new subgenera, Spinrum, Cancellrum, and Aduncrum. Their relationships are discussed. . . . Achistrum ranges from the Carboniferous...
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<b>Achistrum</b> hagdorni  Mostler &amp;amp; Reich nom. nov. (redrawing after the holo...
Published: 01 December 2001
Fig. 1. Achistrum hagdorni Mostler & Reich nom. nov. (redrawing after the holotype).
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1962
Geological Magazine (1962) 99 (4): 322-326.
...Brian. N Fletcher Abstract Several new species of the holothurian genus Achistrum were found in an exposure of Ampthill clay (Jurassic) at Melton, Yorkshire, northern England. These are described as Achistrum (Cancellrum) bichordata, A. pilgrimi, and A. trichordata. GeoRef, Copyright 2004...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1959
Journal of Paleontology (1959) 33 (1): 130-137.
...Raymond Charles Gutschick Abstract Study of more than 500 holothurian sclerites from water-washed shales in the Lower Mississippian Rockford limestone formation of Jasper County, Indiana, reveals four genera and ten species of which the following four species are new: Thuroholia spicatus, Achistrum...
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1957
Geological Magazine (1957) 94 (6): 507-510.
...John S. Hampton Abstract "Six species (one new) of holothurian sclerites, representing the genera Achistrum, Rhabdotites, and Etheridgella, from the upper Bathonian [Jurassic] of the Dorset coast are figured and described, and are the first of such organisms to be recorded from the Great Oolite...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1956
Geological Magazine (1956) 93 (4): 336-344.
...Frank Hodson; B. Harris; L. Lawson Abstract Eight of the nine described species of holothurian spicules are new. They belong to the genera Theelia, Achistrum, and Rhabdotites, and occur in the cordatum zone of the Oxford clay (Jurassic) at Redcliff, near Weymouth on the coast of southern England...
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A selection of fossils within siderite concretions from the Mazon Creek Lag...
Published: 04 October 2018
) Holothurian Achistrum ? (P69TG22a). ( n ) Saurerpeton obtusum (ROM56804B). Scales: 20 mm. Accurate locality data for fossils are often sparse, and most are often referred to by the associated strip-mine ‘pit’ number; however, some pits (such as Pit 11) are geographically wide, making this information less
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A selection of fossils within siderite concretions from the Mazon Creek Lag...
Published: 04 October 2018
) Holothurian Achistrum ? (P69TG22a). ( n ) Saurerpeton obtusum (ROM56804B). Scales: 20 mm. Accurate locality data for fossils are often sparse, and most are often referred to by the associated strip-mine ‘pit’ number; however, some pits (such as Pit 11) are geographically wide, making this information less
Journal Article
Published: 04 October 2018
Journal of the Geological Society (2018) 176 (1): 1-11.
... ) Holothurian Achistrum ? (P69TG22a). ( n ) Saurerpeton obtusum (ROM56804B). Scales: 20 mm. Accurate locality data for fossils are often sparse, and most are often referred to by the associated strip-mine ‘pit’ number; however, some pits (such as Pit 11) are geographically wide, making this information less...
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