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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (4): 702–718.
... comprises various taxa that can only partly and tentatively be assigned to the genera Liobolina , Diacoryphe , and Pedinocoryphe without specific attribution. The close resemblance of these larvae to previously described proetoid larvae from the Ordovician and Devonian emphasizes the ontogenetic homogeneity...
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Figure  6 —Meraspid cranidia and librigena, Griotte Formation, upper member...
Published: 01 July 2005
Figure 6 —Meraspid cranidia and librigena, Griotte Formation, upper member (Early Tournaisian), Col du Puech de la Suque, Montagne Noire, southern France. 1 – 8, Meraspid cranidia Type “Cc” ( Liobolina sp. 1?); 1, dorsal view of the smallest specimen (secondarily fused to a small type II
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Figure  7 —Meraspid librigena and hypostomes, Griotte Formation, upper memb...
Published: 01 July 2005
of the smallest specimen, UM2-RLA87, ×25; 11 – 15, 21, left meraspid librigena Type γ ( Liobolina sp.?); 11, dorsal view of the smallest specimen, UM2-RLA88, ×24; 12, dorsal view, UM2-RLA89, ×26; 13, dorsal view, UM2-RLA90, ×24; 14, dorsal view (anterior and right parts broken), UM2-RLA91, ×27; 15
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Figure  8 —Meraspid pygidia, Griotte Formation, upper member (Early Tournai...
Published: 01 July 2005
(anterior part broken), UM2-RLA112, ×20; 9, ventral view (note the large doublure), UM2-RLA113, ×36; 10 – 17, meraspid pygidia Type II ( Liobolina sp.?); 10, dorsal view of the smallest specimen, UM2-RLA114, ×32; 11, dorsal view, UM2-RLA115, ×33; 12, dorsal view, UM2-RLA116, ×33; 13, dorsal
Journal Article
Published: 25 November 2013
Geological Magazine (2014) 151 (5): 864–884.
... with discrete, plane laminations. Trilobites ( Liobolina ) of early Tournaisian age are abundant. Above the limestones, black radiolarian cherts (‘lydites’) of middle Tournaisian age occur. Figure 6. Characteristic microfacies types from thin-sections, Col des Tribes (France...
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Journal Article
Published: 27 April 2012
Geological Magazine (2012) 149 (6): 1023–1045.
... the Cummingellinae, being observed in Comptonaspis , Liobolina , Moschoglossis or Richterella . On the other hand, the new species also exhibits morphological traits that are more frequent in younger representatives of the group (e.g. Bedicella , many species of Cummingella...
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