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Figure  3 —Holotype of  <span class="search-highlight">Toomeyospongia</span> <span class="search-highlight">gigantia</span>  n. sp., from the Upper Gua...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 3 —Holotype of Toomeyospongia gigantia n. sp., from the Upper Guadalupian Reef Trail Member of the Bell Canyon Formation, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas, GUMO 5249. 1, Skeletal detail showing large, strongly reflexed, and regularly spaced and oriented silicified pentactines
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Figure  1 —Index map to U.S. Geological Survey Locality 7663 ( King, 1948 ,...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 1 —Index map to U.S. Geological Survey Locality 7663 ( King, 1948 , pl. 2), Guadalupe Pass 7.5′ topographic quadrangle, from which the large holotype of Toomeyospongia gigantia n. sp. was collected, from the southeastern Patterson Hills, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas
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Figure  2 —Stratigraphic section through the upper Bell Canyon Formation at...
Published: 01 January 2005
Figure 2 —Stratigraphic section through the upper Bell Canyon Formation at the fossil locality showing the position of the laminated turbiditic wackestone in the Reef Trail Member from which the holotype of Toomeyospongia gigantia n. sp. was collected (arrow). USB, upper scaphopod bed; LSB
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Figure  9 —Hexactinellid sponges  <span class="search-highlight">Toomeyospongia</span>  Rigby, Horrocks, and Cys,...
Published: 01 November 2007
or pentactine spicule, probably from the dermal layer of Toomeyospongia gigantia Rigby and Bell, 2005, GUMO 8166, ×1.5. 9–11 , Mckittrickella pratti n. gen. and sp.; 9 , less well-preserved small specimen with small triangular overlapping skeletal fragments that appear to have been folded over in initial
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (1): 200–204.
...Figure 3 —Holotype of Toomeyospongia gigantia n. sp., from the Upper Guadalupian Reef Trail Member of the Bell Canyon Formation, Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Texas, GUMO 5249. 1, Skeletal detail showing large, strongly reflexed, and regularly spaced and oriented silicified pentactines...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2007
Journal of Paleontology (2007) 81 (6): 1241–1256.
... or pentactine spicule, probably from the dermal layer of Toomeyospongia gigantia Rigby and Bell, 2005, GUMO 8166, ×1.5. 9–11 , Mckittrickella pratti n. gen. and sp.; 9 , less well-preserved small specimen with small triangular overlapping skeletal fragments that appear to have been folded over in initial...
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