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Figure 3. Specimens of  <b>Hallotheca</b>  cf.  <b>aclis</b>  in lateral view, with the v...
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Published: 01 October 2010
Figure 3. Specimens of Hallotheca cf. aclis in lateral view, with the venter to the right, showing a range of morphologies. The vertical black lines are used to emphasize the curvature of the posterior end. A) UMMP 75057 (University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology) with the posterior end
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Figure 4. Bored specimens of  <b>Hallotheca</b>  cf.  <b>aclis</b> . A) UMMP 74048. B) UM...
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Published: 01 October 2010
Figure 4. Bored specimens of Hallotheca cf. aclis . A) UMMP 74048. B) UMMP 74049. C) UMMP 74050. D) UMMP 74051. E) UMMP 74052. F) UMMP 74053. G) UMMP 74054.
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 October 2010
PALAIOS (2010) 25 (10): 636–641.
...Figure 3. Specimens of Hallotheca cf. aclis in lateral view, with the venter to the right, showing a range of morphologies. The vertical black lines are used to emphasize the curvature of the posterior end. A) UMMP 75057 (University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology) with the posterior end...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2010
Journal of Paleontology (2010) 84 (4): 739–745.
...; Malinky, 2003 ). Hyolithes Eichwald, 1840 ; Carinolithes Sysoev, 1958 from the Middle Cambrian of Sweden; Hallotheca Malinky, Linsley, and Yochelson, 1987 from the Middle Devonian of New York; and Novakotheca Malinky, 1990 from the Middle Cambrian of China. Korilithes Missarzhevsky, 1969...
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