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Middle and Late Turonian Oysters of the Lopha Lugubris Group.
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Middle and Late Turonian Oysters of the Lopha Lugubris Group (With Eight Plates) [Erle G. Kauffman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lopha bellaplicata bellaplicata (Shumard) is the oldest known representative of the group on the Gulf Coast, marking a Middle and Late Turonian Oysters of the Lopha Lugubris Group.
book faunal zone (zone 9 of Adkins and Lozo,p. ) at the top of the Eagle Ford Shale (late Middle and early Late Turonian; Cobban and Reeside,chart 10b). Middle and late Turonian oysters of the Lopha Lugubris group (with eight plates) (Book, )  Get this from a library.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kauffman, Erle G. (Erle Galen), Middle and late Turonian oysters of the lopha Lugubris group. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, Middle and late turonian oysters of the Lopha Lugubris group Автор(ы): Kauffman E.G. Издание: Smithsonian institution, Washington, г., стр.
Middle and Late Turonian Oysters of the Lopha lugubris group. 91 p., 8 pls, paperbound; PM € 15 Klein, J. & J. Vermeulen, Lower Cretaceous Ammonites II. Middle and Late Turonian oysters of the Lopha lugubris group. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections6, 92 - 8vo, paperback, uncut; (ca.
50 [No. ] Kauffman, E.G., Systematic, biostratigraphic, and biogeographic relationships between Middle Cretaceous Euramerican and north Pacific Inoceramidae. Kauffman E.G. () Middle and Late Turonian oysters of the Lopha lugubris group // Smithsonian miscellaneous collections.
Vol.No. 92 p. Kemper E. () Die Ammonitengattung Platylenticeras (=Garnieria) // Beihefte zum Geologischen Jahrbuch. Hft. Lopha staufferi (Bergquist, ) is a medium-sized, ribbed, Late Cretaceous oyster with a slightly curved axis and a zigzag commissure; it appears suddenly and conspicuously in upper Cenomanian rocks in the Western Interior Basin of the United States.
PDF | On Jan 1,PAUL L. SEALEY and others published UPPER CRETACEOUS (TURONIAN) AMMONITES FROM THE CARLILE MEMBER AND REFERENCE AREA OF THE JUANA LOPEZ MEMBER OF THE MANCOS SHALE, EASTERN. Most of the inoceramid bivalves present in the Kuskokwim Group are of Cenomanian and Turonian age, and an assemblage of species typical of late Turonian age rocks is particularly well developed.
Over the past six years we have Middle and Late Turonian Oysters of the Lopha Lugubris Group. book the middle and late Turon-The late Cenomanian oyster Lopha staufferi (Bergquist, ) -the oldest ribbed oyster in the Upper Cretaceous of the Western. Late Cretaceous oysters of the.
Cameleolopha. lugubris. group (Fig. 1) are common, generally abundant, and easily identifiable members of middle through late Turonian faunas in the southern part of the Western Interior of the United States.
This is especially true in New Mexico where the older and larger of the two named species of the group. Kauffman, E. G.,Middle and late Turonian oysters of the Lopha lugubris group: Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, v.no. 6, p. Stenzel, H.
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(Middle Devonian) of the Alba Syncline. The oyster Lopha sannionis, which ranges in age from late Turonian to middle Coniacian, is a good guide fossil to the Gallup, although not restricted to it (figs.
3 and 4; Hook and Cobban, b). Because the Gallup Sandstone is largely a prograding sequence of time-transgressive sandstones, the oldest marine unit in it is at its landward. Cretaceous stratigraphy and biostratigraphy in the southern San Andres of the southern San Andres Mountains are the late Turonian oyster "Lopha T1 transgression of the seaway during middle.
The oldest North American mosasaurs (Squamata: Mosasauridae) from the Turonian (Upper Cretaceous) of Kansas and Texas with comments on the radiation of major mosasaur clades The oyster Lopha. Ciuk, E.,Weigel brunatny i ily ogniotrwale "Turow" w turoszowie: Biuletyn, Polski Instytut Geologia.
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In contrast to the late Albian nectonic fossils, isotope results of well-preserved early Maastrichtian oyster Lopha shells from the Ariyalur Group of the Trichinopoly district in southern India are characterised usually by very low δ 18 O values (up to −‰) but “normal” δ 13 C values, fluctuating from − to +‰ (the δ 18 O Cited by: Steve Miller, "Fossils and geology of the Greenhorn Cyclothem in the Comanche National Grassland, Colorado", Classic Concepts and New Directions: Exploring Years of GSA Discoveries in the Rocky Mountain Region, Lon D.
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