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<b>Hamulus</b> <b>subquadratus</b>  ( Meek, 1860 ) reassigned after transfer from Scaphop...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 3. Hamulus subquadratus ( Meek, 1860 ) reassigned after transfer from Scaphopoda. A, Lectotype;see a-arrow in Figure 2 . B, Figured paralectotype;see b-arrow in Figure 2 .
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<b>Hamulus</b> <b>subquadratus</b>  ( Meek, 1860 ) from 2003 collection. In each image, b...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 5. Hamulus subquadratus ( Meek, 1860 ) from 2003 collection. In each image, black line follows outer margin of fossil. A, Specimen USNM 525364, incomplete at both ends, exposed by grinding away adjacent rock. Lower right part of tube is offset along fracture, probably a result
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Cross sections of  <b>Hamulus</b> <b>subquadratus</b>  ( Meek, 1860 ) from the 2003 colle...
Published: 01 January 2004
Figure 6. Cross sections of Hamulus subquadratus ( Meek, 1860 ) from the 2003 collection. In each image, black line follows outer margin of fossil. A, End of tube fragment shown in Figure 5C ; note quadrangular form in cross section. B, Example of circular cross section; USNM 525366
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2004
Rocky Mountain Geology (2004) 39 (2): 85–91.
...Figure 3. Hamulus subquadratus ( Meek, 1860 ) reassigned after transfer from Scaphopoda. A, Lectotype;see a-arrow in Figure 2 . B, Figured paralectotype;see b-arrow in Figure 2 . ...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 July 1945
AAPG Bulletin (1945) 29 (7): 1008–1018.
... this zone in outcrop is at the spillway below the dam of White Rock Reservoir, about 6 miles northeast of the post office at Dallas. Prints of an Inoceramus of squarish outline, possibly I. subquadratus Schlüter, an Austin chalk species, present in core No. 8, depth 5,274–5,276 feet, is additional...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1971
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1971) 19 (1): 251–293.