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Figure  7 — <span class="search-highlight">Paramoelleritia</span>  ( <span class="search-highlight">Paramoelleritia</span> ) sp. 1, lower part of the S...
Published: 01 January 2001
Figure 7 — Paramoelleritia ( Paramoelleritia ) sp. 1, lower part of the Sipai Formation, upper Emsian, Xiangzhou County, Guangxi, NIGPAS 122152. Chevron scars and rosette-like preocular scars as they are seen through the right valve, lateral and tilted view of the external surface of the carapace
Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (2): 349–358.
...WANG SHANG-QI; ROBERT F. LUNDIN Abstract The Shanglun Formation at the Shanglun locality contains a sinoleperditiine fauna of five species of which two are new [ Sinoleperditia (Sinoleperditia) shanglunensis and Paramoelleritia (Paraleperditia) wangchengyuani ] and one is left in open nomenclature...
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Table  3 —Measurements (in mm) of  <span class="search-highlight">Paramoelleritia</span> (Paraleperditia) wangche...
Published: 01 February 2004
Table 3 —Measurements (in mm) of Paramoelleritia (Paraleperditia) wangchengyuani n. sp
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Figure  3 —Muscle scar system of leperditicopids.  1, <span class="search-highlight">Paramoelleritia</span>  ( Pa...
Published: 01 January 2001
Figure 3 —Muscle scar system of leperditicopids. 1, Paramoelleritia ( Paramoelleritia ) sp 1. from the late Emsian of Guangxi, South China, general view of muscle fields (after Wang, 1994 , fig. 1). 2, Herrmannina phaseolus catarractensis Andersson, 1979 , from the Lower Wenlock of Gotland
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2001
Journal of Paleontology (2001) 75 (1): 75–95.
...Figure 7 — Paramoelleritia ( Paramoelleritia ) sp. 1, lower part of the Sipai Formation, upper Emsian, Xiangzhou County, Guangxi, NIGPAS 122152. Chevron scars and rosette-like preocular scars as they are seen through the right valve, lateral and tilted view of the external surface of the carapace...
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Figure  7 — 1 ,  <span class="search-highlight">Paramoelleritia</span> (Paraleperditia ) cf.  zhongguoensis  Sun,...
Published: 01 February 2004
Figure 7 — 1 , Paramoelleritia (Paraleperditia ) cf. zhongguoensis Sun, 1978 , poorly preserved carapace, right lateral view, ×3, Sh-3, NIGPAS 129022, showing posterodorsal inflation behind eye tubercle, trailing chevron and adductor muscle scars, and radiating features around the adductor
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Figure  6 —Devonian leperditiids (Sinoleperditiini) from Guangxi, south Chi...
Published: 01 January 2001
Figure 6 —Devonian leperditiids (Sinoleperditiini) from Guangxi, south China. 1, 4, 5, 8, 9—Paramoelleritia ( Paraleperditia ) sp. 2, Guitang Formation, Upper Emsian, Beiliu, NIGPAS 129038, exfoliated carapace with steikern; 1, right lateral view, ×14; 4,5, close-up views of muscle scar
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Figure  10 —Carapace ultrastructure of Devonian leperditiids and recent myo...
Published: 01 January 2001
) (Cylindroleberididae) from Kaikoura, New Zealand, carapace in section showing laminated and calcified layers, general view and detailed view of upper part, ×780 and ×1415, respectively. 4–9, Paramoelleritia ( Paramoelleritia ) sp. from the upper Emsian of Zhongshan, Guangxi, transverse thin sections through carapace
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Figure  1 —General morphology of leperditiids.  1–3,  Dorsal, lateral and v...
Published: 01 January 2001
Figure 1 —General morphology of leperditiids. 1–3, Dorsal, lateral and ventral view of carapace of Paramoelleritia (Brevileperditia) subcircularis Wang, 1994 from the late Emsian of Guangxi, South China (simplified after Wang, 1994 ; pl. 3, figs. 2–4). 4, 5, Overlap conditions along
Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2009
DOI: 10.1144/SP314.13
EISBN: 9781862395626
... including the brachiopods Trigonospirifer trigonata , the trilobite Shipaia hexaspina , and the very large ostracod Paramoelleritia xiangzhouensis . The Dale Mbr (or Fm), 487 m thick, is characterized by marlstones, argillaceous and marly limestones, and minor shales. It can be divided into three...
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