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<b>Homarus</b> <b>hungaricus</b>  n. sp. from the upper Oligocene (Chattian) Törökbálint ...
Published: 10 October 2017
Figure 2 Homarus hungaricus n. sp. from the upper Oligocene (Chattian) Törökbálint Formation (HNHM PAL 2015.1): ( 1 ) pleon, and lower surface of incomplete, right cheliped; ( 2 ) left lateral view of pleon and lower surface of left (cutter) claw. Scale bar equals 10 mm.
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Line drawing (reconstruction) of  <b>Homarus</b> <b>hungaricus</b>  n. sp.; a, antennal g...
Published: 10 October 2017
Figure 3 Line drawing (reconstruction) of Homarus hungaricus n. sp.; a, antennal groove; bc, branchiocardiac groove; c, cervical groove; h, hepatic groove; pc, postcervical groove; po, postorbital spine; so, supraorbital carina; χ, prominence chi; ω, prominence omega.
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Map showing the collecting locality of  <b>Homarus</b> <b>hungaricus</b>  n. sp. near Mán...
Published: 10 October 2017
Figure 4 Map showing the collecting locality of Homarus hungaricus n. sp. near Mány, in the northeast of Fejér County, in the Zsámbék Basin, north-central Hungary.
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Published: 10 October 2017
Journal of Paleontology (2018) 92 (2): 170–182.
...Figure 2 Homarus hungaricus n. sp. from the upper Oligocene (Chattian) Törökbálint Formation (HNHM PAL 2015.1): ( 1 ) pleon, and lower surface of incomplete, right cheliped; ( 2 ) left lateral view of pleon and lower surface of left (cutter) claw. Scale bar equals 10 mm. ...
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Stratigraphic distribution of species of  <b>Homarus</b> .         Recent     H . ...
Published: 10 October 2017
Table 1 Stratigraphic distribution of species of Homarus . Recent H . americanus Milne Edwards, 1837 H . gammarus (Linnaeus, 1758 ) Paleogene: Oligocene (33.9–23.03 Myr) H . hungaricus n. sp. H . klebsi (Noetling, 1885 ) (Eocene–Oligocene) H . lehmanni