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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2007
Journal of Paleontology (2007) 81 (3): 483–489.
...SUSAN L. KLOSTERMAN; MICHAEL R. SANDY; FRANCISCO J. VEGA; KATHERINE A. GILES; KYLE GRAF; DAVID SHELLEY; JESÚS SOLÉ Abstract Two new species of the rhynchonellid brachiopod Probolarina are described, Probolarina neoleonensis new species and Probolarina papalotensis new species. They were collected...
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Figure  4 —Plots of length versus thickness ( 1 ), length versus width ( 2 ...
Published: 01 May 2007
Figure 4 —Plots of length versus thickness ( 1 ), length versus width ( 2 ), and width versus thickness ( 3 ) for specimens of Probolarina neoleonensis n. sp. (triangles) and Probolarina papalotensis n. sp. (circles). Trendline calculated using the “least squares” method. Dimensions in mm
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Figure  6 —Transverse serial sections through a specimen of  <b>Probolarina</b> ne...
Published: 01 May 2007
Figure 6 —Transverse serial sections through a specimen of Probolarina neoleonensis n. sp. Features observed include: development of dental plates (0.4 mm); beginning of socket ridge (1.0 mm); teeth and sockets begin to form (1.3 mm); teeth and sockets fully visible, hinge plates are nearly flat
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Figure  7 — <b>Probolarina</b> papalotensis  n. sp. Collected in lens 6, Paleocene...
Published: 01 May 2007
Figure 7 — Probolarina papalotensis n. sp. Collected in lens 6, Paleocene El Papalote diapir, La Popa basin, Mexico. 1 – 4, Holotype IGM 7987, dorsal, ventral, lateral, and anterior views; 5 – 8, paratype IGM 7988, dorsal, ventral, lateral, and anterior views; 9 – 12, paratype IGM 7990
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Figure  8 —Transverse serial sections through a specimen of  <b>Probolarina</b> pa...
Published: 01 May 2007
Figure 8 —Transverse serial sections through a specimen of Probolarina papalotensis n. sp. Features observed include: pedicle collar (0.4 mm); development of dental plates (1.0 mm); beginning of socket ridge, narrow umbonal chambers are present (1.8 mm); teeth and sockets are fully visible
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Figure  5 — <b>Probolarina</b> neoleonensis  n. sp. Collected in lens 6, Paleocene...
Published: 01 May 2007
Figure 5 — Probolarina neoleonensis n. sp. Collected in lens 6, Paleocene El Papalote diapir, La Popa basin, Mexico. 1 – 4, Holotype IGM 7979, dorsal,ventral, lateral, and anterior views; 5 – 8, paratype IGM 7981, dorsal, ventral, lateral, and anterior views; 9 – 12, paratype IGM 7982
Series: GSA Memoirs
Published: 01 January 1993
DOI: 10.1130/MEM182-p105
... Thirteen species of fossil articulate brachiopod are documented from the Cretaceous and Cenozoic rocks of Jamaica. Dyscritothyris sp. cf. D. cubensis and Terebratulina? sp. are described from the upper Cretaceous; the Cenozoic fauna comprises the rhynchonellide Probolarina? sp...
Series: GSA Memoirs
Published: 01 January 1988
DOI: 10.1130/MEM169-p449
... of the circum-Antarctic current following deposition of the La Meseta Formation. The articulate brachiopod genera ?Probolarina, Tegulorhynchia, ?Plicirhynchia, and Terebratulina are noted from the La Meseta Formation for the first time, although the latter three genera have been identified previously from...