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Mississippian foraminifera of the United States; Part 2, The Hannibal Formation of northeastern Missouri and western Illinois
Publisher: Micropaleontology Press
Published: 01 July 1965
Micropaleontology (1965) 11 (3): 335-359.
...James E. Conkin; Barbara M. Conkin; James W. Pike Abstract This fauna described from eight localities in Missouri and five localities in Illinois, consists of 30 species (one new and five unidentifiable) belonging to 15 genera and 7 families. The genus Blastammina Eisenack, 1932, is recognized...
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Published: 01 July 2000
is illustrated in Figure 4A of Unrug and Unrug (1990) . (B) OSU 49625, Blastammina polymorpha Eisenack, obtained from argillite alternating with limestone in olistolith; locality 6. SEM (scanning electron microscope) photomicrograph. A different specimen of the same species is illustrated in Figure 4B
Late Ordovician jaw-bearing polychaetes from Anticosti Island, eastern Canada, and their biogeographic significance
Journal: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences
Publisher: Canadian Science Publishing
Published: 18 February 2016
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2016) 53 (7): 731-738.
..., the occurrence of Blastammina -type foraminiferans and relatively low abundance of chitinozoans in the richest scolecodont samples. Scolecodont samples were too small in number and in size to allow a full taxonomic or quantitative study of the Anticosti polychaete faunas. Our study, however, documents...
Paleozoic age of the Walden Creek Group, Ocoee Supergroup, in the western Blue Ridge, southern Appalachians: Implications for evolution of the Appalachian margin of Laurentia
Raphael Unrug, William I. Ausich, Jolanta Bednarczyk, Roger J. Cuffey, Bernard L. Mamet, Steven L. Palmes, Sophia Unrug
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Publisher: Geological Society of America
Published: 01 July 2000
GSA Bulletin (2000) 112 (7): 982-996.
... is illustrated in Figure 4A of Unrug and Unrug (1990) . (B) OSU 49625, Blastammina polymorpha Eisenack, obtained from argillite alternating with limestone in olistolith; locality 6. SEM (scanning electron microscope) photomicrograph. A different specimen of the same species is illustrated in Figure 4B...
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