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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (5): 862–870.
.... Included in the faunule are abundant examples of the new genus Girtyocoeliana , represented by Girtyocoeliana epiporata (Rigby and Potter), and Corymbospongia adnata Rigby and Potter, along with rare Corymbospongia amplia n. sp., and Girtyocoelia (?) sp., plus common Amblysiphonella sp. 1 and rare...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (6): 1037–1055.
... in the collection are all assigned to the Demospongiae: a new species of polyglomerate type, Cystothalamia vandegraaffi n. sp., and known species Amblysiphonella barroisi Steinmann, 1882 , Amblysiphonella carbonaria ( Steinmann, 1882 ), Discosiphonella mammilosa ( King, 1943 ), Discosiphonella maior ( Van de Graaff...
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Figure  1— 1, 2 ,  <b>Amblysiphonella</b> Steinmann , 1882.  1 , Outer view, showi...
Published: 01 March 2008
Figure 1— 1, 2 , Amblysiphonella Steinmann , 1882. 1 , Outer view, showing perforated ring chambers increasing in size during growth stage (UMIP 302765). 2 , Top view, illustrating osculum and spongocoel. 3, 4, 10 , Nevadathalamia cylindrica ( Seilacher, 1962 ). 3 , View of endowall (wall
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Figure  7 — 1, 3, 6 – 8,  <b>Amblysiphonella</b> barroisi , Demués (Asturias, Spa...
Published: 01 November 2004
Figure 7 — 1, 3, 6 – 8, Amblysiphonella barroisi , Demués (Asturias, Spain), Demués Formation, upper Moskovian–Kasimovian, Upper Carboniferous. 1, 98DM20–33, field picture of a group of 14 specimens closedly packed and parallel to each other; 3, 98DM20–4L, longitudinal thin section; 6
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Table  1 —Dimensions (in mm) of  <b>Amblysiphonella</b> barroisi  Steimann, 1882 a...
Published: 01 November 2004
Table 1 —Dimensions (in mm) of Amblysiphonella barroisi Steimann, 1882 and Amblysiphonella carbonaria (Steinmann, 1882) in the collections
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Figure  8 — <b>Amblysiphonella</b> carbonaria , Demués (Asturias, Spain), Demués...
Published: 01 November 2004
Figure 8 — Amblysiphonella carbonaria , Demués (Asturias, Spain), Demués Formation, upper Moskovian–Kasimovian, Upper Carboniferous. 1 – 7, Specimens whitened with ammonium chloride: 1, 99DM25–8, one of the most complete specimens in the collection, with 16 chambers, at the base of which
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 November 2013
AAPG Bulletin (2013) 97 (11): 1895–1919.
... significant implications for the growth and character of other middle Permian shelf-margin reefs. The reef facies is composed of (1) a calcisponge-dominated reef framework ( Guadalupia , Lemonea , Amblysiphonella , Discosiphonella [ Cystaulete ], and Cystothalamia ); (2) a binding biota of ubiquitous micritic...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2008
Journal of Paleontology (2008) 82 (2): 344–350.
...Figure 1— 1, 2 , Amblysiphonella Steinmann , 1882. 1 , Outer view, showing perforated ring chambers increasing in size during growth stage (UMIP 302765). 2 , Top view, illustrating osculum and spongocoel. 3, 4, 10 , Nevadathalamia cylindrica ( Seilacher, 1962 ). 3 , View of endowall (wall...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1999
Journal of Paleontology (1999) 73 (3): 380–388.
... is a silicified porate permosphinctan, Amblysiphonella cf. barroisi Steinmann, 1882, which is the first report of that genus from northwestern China. Species of Stioderma are described from nearly complete specimens for the first time. Previously described species have been based on isolated spicules...
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Figure  3 —Index map to the Ándara locality in the province of Cantabria, ...
Published: 01 November 2004
Figure 3 —Index map to the Ándara locality in the province of Cantabria, in the central area of the Picos de Europa region, Cantabrian Ranges (northwestern Spain), where specimens of Amblysiphonella barroisi , A. carbonaria , Discosiphonella mammilosa , and D. maior were collected from
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Figure  4 —Index map to the Demués locality, on the northern flank of the ...
Published: 01 November 2004
Figure 4 —Index map to the Demués locality, on the northern flank of the Cantabrian Ranges, in the province of Asturias (northwestern Spain), where some of the specimens of Amblysiphonella barroisi , A. carbonaria , Discosiphonella mammilosa , D. maior , and Sollasia ostiolata were
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(A) Core slab from 4688-ft (1429-m) core depth, near the base of the lower ...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 7 (A) Core slab from 4688-ft (1429-m) core depth, near the base of the lower reef unit. Assemblage of small calcisponges is characteristic of the lower reef facies near the base of shallowing-upward reef sequences. Calcisponges include Amblysiphonella (yellow arrows), small branching
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Core slabs of calcisponge-microbialite boundstone from the upper part of th...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 11 Core slabs of calcisponge-microbialite boundstone from the upper part of the lower reef unit where massive calcisponge morphotypes are common. (A) Branching (b G ) and massive (m G ) Guadalupia and large Amblysiphonella ( A ) (4623.4 ft [1409.2 m]). (B) Branching (b G ) and massive
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1972
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1972) S7-XIV (1-5): 325–330.
...Francoise Debrenne; Jean Lafuste affinities Africa Amblysiphonella Barroisia Berkshire England Calcispongea Cretaceous electron microscopy England Europe Farringdon Great Britain Invertebrata Jbel Tebaga Mesozoic morphology North Africa paleontology Paleozoic Permian...
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Photomicrographs of microbialites. (A) Low-power view of a highly porous  A...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 19 Photomicrographs of microbialites. (A) Low-power view of a highly porous Amblysiphonella calcisponge encrusted by dark microbialte and in the center, a framework cavity line by banded radiaxial cements and filled by anhydrite (4588 ft [1398 m]). Scale bar = 2 mm (0.08 in.). (B) Close
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Core slabs from the upper reef unit. (A) Framework cavity near the top of t...
Published: 01 November 2013
Figure 13 Core slabs from the upper reef unit. (A) Framework cavity near the top of the slab with a flat geopetal floor overlain by a thin layer of dark argillaceous mudstone and small intraclasts (red arrow). Across the middle of the slab is an Amblysiphonella calcisponge and mottled
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Photographs of some Penglaitan fossils, including sponges from Bed 132 and ...
Published: 19 September 2018
. (A) Amblysiphonella vesiculosa Koninck; (B) Polycystocoelia sp.; (C, D) Acoelia sp.; (E) Colospongia sp., longitudinal section; (F, G) Retinospongea , new taxon; (H, I) Claraia aff. dieneri , from Bed 124; (J) Leptodus nobilis , from the uppermost part of Bed 141, a typical Permian brachiopod seen
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Figure  1 —Index map to the Vergaño localities, in the province of Palenci...
Published: 01 November 2004
Figure 1 —Index map to the Vergaño localities, in the province of Palencia (northwestern Spain), where specimens of Amblysiphonella barroisi Steinmann, 1882 , A. carbonaria ( Steinmann, 1882 ), Discosiphonella mammilosa ( King, 1943 ), D. maior ( Van de Graaff, 1969 ), and Sollasia
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Chart of EVGSAU 524–7 cored section showing distribution of facies and calc...
Published: 01 November 2013
represent higher frequency sequences. The lowest part of each reef unit is characterized by a pioneer assemblage of the small calcisponges, including Amblysiphonella , Cystothalamia , and branching Guadalupia . pkst = packstone; grnst = grainstone; fus = fusulinid; skel = skeletal; wkst = wackestone.
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Figure  3 —Silicified Ordovician “sphinctozoan” sponges recovered from a cl...
Published: 01 September 2005
, sponge of moniliform chambers that generally increase in size upward, and which show small tubular interpores between some of the lower chambers, where the walls have not been preserved. 5, 6, 9, Amblysiphonella sp. 1; 5, USNM 480619, view of broken transverse section of silicified fragment where