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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2019
Journal of Paleontology (2019) 93 (4): 673–684.
... to identify three new naticid species from the Late Jurassic horizons of Kutch, India, thus extending back the time of origin of the family Naticidae by 30 Ma. Analysis of character matrix data reveals that the present species— Gyrodes mahalanobisi new species, Euspira jhuraensis new species, and Euspira...
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( 1–14 )  <b>Euspira</b> jhuraensis  n. sp. ( 1–3 ) Apertural, abapertural, and ap...
Published: 01 July 2019
Figure 4. ( 1–14 ) Euspira jhuraensis n. sp. ( 1–3 ) Apertural, abapertural, and apical views (paratype no. ISI/g/Jur/N 80); ( 4–7 ) apertural, abapertural, apical, and basal views (holotype no. ISI/g/Jur/N 77); note moderately open umbilicus, distinct semicircular callus with low funicles (see
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( 1, 2 ) Scanning electron micrographs of the apical part of  <b>Euspira</b> jhura...
Published: 01 July 2019
Figure 5. ( 1, 2 ) Scanning electron micrographs of the apical part of Euspira jhuraensis n. sp. ( 1 ) Smooth and depressed protoconch (paratype no. ISI/g/Jur/ N 84); ( 2 ) smooth, globular, and depressed protoconch comprising about two whorls (paratype no. ISI/g/Jur/ N 88). Scale bars are ( 1
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( 1–5 )  <b>Euspira</b> lakhaparaensis  n. sp. (holotype no. ISI&#x2F;g&#x2F;Jur&#x2F;N 99). ( 1–...
Published: 01 July 2019
Figure 6. ( 1–5 ) Euspira lakhaparaensis n. sp. (holotype no. ISI/g/Jur/N 99). ( 1–4 ) Apertural, abapertural, apical, and basal views; ( 2, 5 ) abapertural and slightly tilted abapertural views showing closely spaced slightly prosocline to straight growth lines. Scale bars = 1 cm.
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Photograph of an incomplete edge drill from the  <b>Euspira</b>  laboratory
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Published: 14 October 2015
Figure 5 Photograph of an incomplete edge drill from the Euspira laboratory experiment. Mercenaria prey specimen is ~69.7 mm antero-posterior width.
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1–3 ,  <b>Euspira</b> patagonica  (Philippi, 1845), holotype of  Natica consimilis...
Published: 01 May 2013
Figure 7 1–3 , Euspira patagonica (Philippi, 1845), holotype of Natica consimilis Ihering, 1897 , MACN-PI-672; 4–7 , Notocochlis borreloi ( Brunet, 1995 ): 4, 5 , holotype, MPEB-PI-145; 6, 7 , holotype of Natica pastorei Brunet, 1995 , MPEB-PI-127.
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FIGURE 9 —Cost-benefit curves for  <b>Euspira</b> heros  based on Recent samples f...
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Published: 01 October 2000
FIGURE 9 —Cost-benefit curves for Euspira heros based on Recent samples from southern New Jersey, upper Miocene samples from Maryland, and lower Miocene samples from Delaware. Apertural lip thickness (ALT), an index of drilling time or cost, is divided by internal shell volume (IV), an index
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FIGURE 11 —Allometry of internal volume, Y = bX a , for  <b>Euspira</b> heros  fro...
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Published: 01 October 2000
FIGURE 11 —Allometry of internal volume, Y = bX a , for Euspira heros from the Recent of southern New Jersey, upper Miocene of Maryland, and lower Miocene of Delaware
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2013
Journal of Paleontology (2013) 87 (3): 502–525.
...Figure 7 1–3 , Euspira patagonica (Philippi, 1845), holotype of Natica consimilis Ihering, 1897 , MACN-PI-672; 4–7 , Notocochlis borreloi ( Brunet, 1995 ): 4, 5 , holotype, MPEB-PI-145; 6, 7 , holotype of Natica pastorei Brunet, 1995 , MPEB-PI-127. ...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 August 2006
PALAIOS (2006) 21 (4): 369–375.
... Glossaulax in the Miocene to Cryptonatica or Euspira in the Pleistocene. Borehole sites in the middle Pleistocene were more stereotyped than in the early Pleistocene population despite the same predators. Edge drilling, which is a faster drilling method, first appeared in the population showing high drilling...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2002
Journal of Paleontology (2002) 76 (3): 447–471.
.... (Vanikoridae), Euspira n. sp. A (Naticidae), Amuletum praeturriformis n. sp. (Turridae), Granosolarium cretasteum n. sp. (Architectonicidae), Echinimathilda moonkinua n. sp. (Mathildidae), Acteon bathurstensis n. sp. (Acteonidae), Biplica antichthona n. sp. (Ringiculidae), Goniocylichna australocylindricata n...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 October 2000
PALAIOS (2000) 15 (5): 414–429.
...FIGURE 9 —Cost-benefit curves for Euspira heros based on Recent samples from southern New Jersey, upper Miocene samples from Maryland, and lower Miocene samples from Delaware. Apertural lip thickness (ALT), an index of drilling time or cost, is divided by internal shell volume (IV), an index...
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FIGURE 7 —Regression of outer borehole diameters (OBD) on whorl diameter (W...
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Published: 01 October 2000
FIGURE 7 —Regression of outer borehole diameters (OBD) on whorl diameter (WD) for Recent through lower Miocene samples of Euspira heros from southern New Jersey, St. Marys Fm. of Maryland, and Kirkwood Fm. of Delaware, respectively
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Sample-level variation in drillhole placement for Lieutenant Run (Lt. Run),...
Published: 14 October 2015
Figure 4 Sample-level variation in drillhole placement for Lieutenant Run (Lt. Run), Chuckatuck (Chuck), Sandy Hook (SH), Quality Aggregates (QA), APAC, modern laboratory experiments using Euspira ( E. lab), and modern laboratory experiments
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FIGURE 3 —Ternary plots of triangulated location of centers of boreholes in...
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Published: 01 October 2000
FIGURE 3 —Ternary plots of triangulated location of centers of boreholes in Euspira heros from the Recent of southern New Jersey, upper Miocene of Maryland, and lower Miocene of Delaware. See Figure 2 for triangulation procedure. Encircled region on the upper Miocene to Recent ternary plots
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Molluscan fossils from the studied seeps. (A–D) Sorimachi seep, (E–R) Matsu...
Published: 03 April 2018
) Neilonella sp. A. L) Pseudoliotia ? sp. M) Euspira pallida . N) Eosipho ? sp. O) Neadmete sp. P) Riuguhdrillia sp. Q) Propebela sp. A. R) Propebela sp. B.
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Figure  5 — 1, 2, 4, 7,  Vanikoropsis demipleuris  n. sp.; all locality L84...
Published: 01 May 2002
Figure 5 — 1, 2, 4, 7, Vanikoropsis demipleuris n. sp.; all locality L842, 1, QMF 50334, paratype, × 10.5; 2, QMF 50332, holotype, × 6; 4, 7, QMF 50333, paratype, × 5.5 and × 2. 3, 8, Euspira n. sp. A, QMF 50331, locality L842, both × 2. 5, 6, 9, 10, Amuletum praeturriformis n. sp
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1–3, Cidarina lenyaniyeuensis   n. sp. from Puesto Carmelo Ibañez:  1, 2 , ...
Published: 01 November 2012
F igure 3 1–3, Cidarina lenyaniyeuensis n. sp. from Puesto Carmelo Ibañez: 1, 2 , ventral and dorsal views of holotype MACN 5295, ×6; 3 , ventral view of paratype MACN-Pi 5297 ×6; 4–6, Euspira sp.: 4, 5, ventral and dorsal views of MACN-Pi 5247a from Cerro Tiltilco, ×2; 6, ventral
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A–N) Fauna from host sediments at AMNH loc. 3434. A) Baculites sp., crushed...
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Published: 01 October 2012
microstructure of shell wall. F) Euspira obliquata, AMNH 63523. G–H) Baculites sp., small fragment, AMNH 63509. G) Right lateral. H) Cuneate whorl cross section. I) Lingula sp., AMNH 63522. J) Dentalium sp., AMNH 63515. K) Baculites sp., small pyritized specimen, left lateral, AMNH 63111. L–M) Baculites sp
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Gastropods and other fauna in the study concretion, Pierre Shale, AMNH loc....
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Published: 01 October 2012
Figure 9 Gastropods and other fauna in the study concretion, Pierre Shale, AMNH loc. 3274, Meade County, South Dakota. A) Acmaea sp., apical view, AMNH 56774. B) Anisomyon sexsulcata, lateral view, AMNH 56792. C) Anisomyon sexsulcata, lateral view, AMNH 56790. D) Euspira obliquata, lateral view