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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  7 —Meraspid librigena and hypostomes, Griotte Formation, upper memb...
Published: 01 July 2005
– 6, left meraspid librigena Type β ( Pedinocoryphe sp.?); 2, dorsal view of the smallest specimen, UM2-RLA79, ×25; 3, dorsal view (anterior part broken), UM2-RLA80, ×25; 4, dorsal view, UM2-RLA81, ×24; 5, dorsal view of the largest specimen, UM2-RLA82, ×24; 6, ventral view (posterior part
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Figure  5 —Meraspid cranidia, Griotte Formation, upper member (Early Tourna...
Published: 01 July 2005
( Pedinocoryphe sp.?); 3, dorsal view of the smallest specimen, UM2-RLA34, ×28; 4, dorsal view, UM2-RLA35, ×26; 5, dorsal view, UM2-RLA36, ×27; 6, dorsal view, UM2-RLA37, ×28; 7, dorsal view, UM2-RLA38, ×28; 8, dorsal view, UM2-RLA39, ×27; 9, dorsal view, UM2-RLA40, ×28; 10, dorsal view, UM2
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Figure  8 —Meraspid pygidia, Griotte Formation, upper member (Early Tournai...
Published: 01 July 2005
Figure 8 —Meraspid pygidia, Griotte Formation, upper member (Early Tournaisian), Col du Puech de la Suque, Montagne Noire, southern France. 1 – 9, Meraspid pygidia Type I ( Pedinocoryphe sp.?); 1, dorsal view of the smallest specimen, UM2-RLA106, ×21; 2, dorsal view, UM2-RLA107, ×23; 3