2 edition of Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid families found in the catalog.
Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid families
Terrence J Frest
|Other titles||Journal of paleontology|
|Statement||T.J. Frest, Brian F. Glenister and W.M. Furnish|
|Series||Paleontological Society. Memoir -- 11|
|Contributions||Glenister, Brian F. 1928-, Furnish, W. M. 1912-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Frest, Terrence J. Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid families. Tulsa, Okla.: Paleontological Society, Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid Families Maximitidae and Pseudohaloritidae,Memoir, Number 46 pages with 20 figures, 4 tables, and 7 plates.
[Frest, T. et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid Families Maximitidae and Pseudohaloritidae,MemoirAuthor: T.
et al. Frest. Neoaganides is a small, 1–2 cm diameter subdiscoidal to subglobular goniatitid belonging to the family Pseudohaloritidae that lived from the Late Pennsylvanian to the Late Permian, existing for some 56 million years. The shell of Neoaganides has a well-developed hyponomic sinus and shallow lateral reentrents at the aperture outlined by growth lines.
Otherwise sculpture is lackiClass: Cephalopoda. Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid Families Maximitidae and Pseudohaloritidae. Mem the Paleontological Society; Jour Paleo V. 55, Maysupplement. Zhao, J.
and Zheng, Z. The Permian ammonoids from Zhejiang and Jiangxi. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica Shouchangoceras in Paleobiology : Cephalopoda. from book Ammonoid Paleobiology Mature Modifications and Dimorphism in Ammonoid Cephalopods.
Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid Families Maximitidae and Pseudohaloritidae. Paleozoic ammonoids have attracted much less attention from professional and amateur paleontologists than Mesozoic ammonoids. Glenister, B. and Furnish, W. M.,Pennsylvanian-Permian cheiloceratacean ammonoid families Matimitidae and Pseudohaloritidae, J.
Paleontol. Suppl. The Late Paleozoic ammonoid families Prolecanitidae and Cited by: Frest, T. et al. Pennsylvanian-Permian Cheiloceratacean Ammonoid Families Maximitidae and Pseudohaloritidae. The Paleontological Society,Memoir, Number 46 pages with 20 figures, 4 tables, and 7 plates.
Softbound, some cover soiling, text in very good condition. Supplement to the Journal of Paleontology. $ The shell of an ammonoid is a kind of autobiography of the animal that once occupied it. Different parts of the shell tell different parts of the life history.
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