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Primitive cladid crinoids from upper Osagean-lower Meramecian (Mississippian) rocks of east-central United States
Thomas W. Kammer;
Journal of Paleontology (1996) 70 (5): 835–866.
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Thomas W. Kammer, William I. Ausich; Primitive cladid crinoids from upper Osagean-lower Meramecian (Mississippian) rocks of east-central United States. Journal of Paleontology 1996;; 70 (5): 835–866. doi:
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- Borden Group
- Burlington Limestone
- Fort Payne Formation
- Harrodsburg Limestone
- Illinois Basin
- Keokuk Limestone
- Lower Mississippian
- new taxa
- Ramp Creek Formation
- stratigraphic boundary
- United States
- Upper Mississippian
- Warsaw Formation
- east-central United States
- Edwardsville Formation
- New Providence Shale Member
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