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Middle Triassic pteriomorphian bivalvia (mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada

Thomas R. Waller

Middle Triassic pteriomorphian bivalvia (mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada

systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography

by Thomas R. Waller

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Published by Paleontological Society in Lawrence, Kan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bivalvia, Fossil -- Nevada.,
  • Paleontology -- Triassic.,
  • Paleontology -- Nevada.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThomas R. Waller and George D. Stanley Jr.
    SeriesJournal of paleontology -- v. 79, no. 1., Paleontological Society memoir -- 61., Memoir (Paleontological Society) -- 61.
    ContributionsStanley, George D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE811 .W35 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16121412M

    Anelli L. E., Rocha-Campos A. C., et al () Pennsylvannian pteriomorphian bivalves from the Piauí Formation, Parnaíba Basin, Brazil, Journal of Paleontology 80 6, Scholz A., Aberhan M., et al () Early Jurassic bivalves of the Antimonio terrane (Sonora, NW Mexico): Taxonomy, biogeography, and paleogeographic implications. Vokes H. E. () Genera of the Bivalvia: a systematic and bibliographic Catalogue, Genera of the Bivalvia: a systematic and bibliographic Catalogue Anelli L. E., Rocha-Campos A. C., et al () Pennsylvannian pteriomorphian bivalves from the Piauí Formation, Parnaíba Basin, Brazil, Journal of Paleontology 80 6,

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      Triassic Dinosaurs: Introduction (Scroll down to see the dinosaurs!) The Triassic Period was the first period of the Mesozoic Era. It was during the Triassic Period that the first dinosaurs began to appear. They were mainly small, nimble animals that walked on two legs. There was little difference between them and their reptilian ancestors. - Claraia: Family: Pterinopectinidae, Order: Pectinoida, Class: Bivalvia, Phylum: Mollusca; extinct species of scallop-like bivalve molluscs that lived from the Capitanian stage of the Late Permain to the Anisian stage of the Middle Triassic ( mya); fossils have been found worldwide in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia.


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[Thomas R Waller; George D Stanley]. Middle Triassic Pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, West-Central Nevada: Systematics, Biostratigraphy, Paleoecology, and Paleobiogeography; Thomas R. Waller, George D. Stanley; Journal of Paleontology; Published online: 11 August Middle Triassic Pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, West-Central Nevada: Systematics, Biostratigraphy, Paleoecology, and Paleobiogeography Thomas R.

Waller and George D. Stanley Jr. Memoir (The Paleontological Society) Vol. 61, Supplement to Vol. 79, no. 1 of the Journal of Paleontology (Jan., ), pp. Middle triassic pteriomorphian bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, West-Central Nevada: Systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography.

middle triassic pteriomorphian bivalvia (mollusca) from the new pass range, west-central nevada: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography Thomas R. Middle triassic pteriomorphian bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, West-Central Nevada: Systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography Article Full-text available.

"Middle Triassic pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography." Journal of Paleontology Memoir 79 (1):7– Waller, Thomas R.

"Dhondtichlamys, a new name for Microchlamys Sobetski, (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Pectinidae), preoccupied by. The superfamily Pectinoidea is defined (Waller, ) as those members of the order Pectinoida Adams & Adams, (sensuCarter, ; see also Waller in Waller & Stanley, ) that possess an alivincular ligament system having a central, internal resilium with a medial core of rubbery ligamental material that is devoid of aragonitic thick organic core is separated from the.

Middle Triassic pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography. Journal of Paleontology,   Middle Triassic pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography.

The Paleontological Society Memoir, 61, 1– Abstract: Species of marine bivalves of the pectinoid genus Monotis provide useful biochronologic indices for the Late Triassic (middle Norian–earliest Rhaetian). We report the succession of Monotis at Hernstein in Lower Austria where typical late Norian Monotis salinaria (Schlotheim) are overlain by strata with apparently the youngest Monotis known of demonstrable Rhaetian age: Monotis.

1. Introduction. The Middle Triassic, particularly the Anisian, records an interesting and important evolutionary phase for marine biota. During this time survivors of the end-Permian mass extinction, as well as several lineages of Lazarus taxa, began to diversify and obtain their more modern adaptive characteristics (Vermeij,Miller and Sepkoski,McRoberts,Sepkoski, ).

The Middle Triassic represents an Epoch in the Phanerozoic that saw the extensive development of carbonate platforms worldwide with the Western Tethyan realm and its adjacent Peri-Tethys basins containing prominent European examples (Burchette and Wright, ; Gaetani et al., ; Golonka, ; Kiessling et al., ; Pomar and Hallock, ).The sedimentary successions of both realms.

Middle Triassic Fauna. Following the Permian-Triassic extinction event, the most devastating of all mass extinction events, life recovered the Middle Triassic, many groups of organisms reached again higher diversity, such as the marine reptiles (e.g.

ichthyosaurs, sauropterygians, thallatosaurs), ray-finned fish and many invertebrate groups like molluscs (ammonoids, bivalves. Middle Triassic pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography.

- Journal of Paleontology Mem supplement to Journal of Paleontology, 79 (1): ii + 64 pp. Scallops (Pectinidae) are a highly diverse bivalve family with a long evolutionary history, but insufficient knowledge on the internal shell characters of initial taxa has hampered clarification of their phylogenetic roots.

Here, morphological details of the shell interior of the basal pectinid Pleuronectites laevigatus from the Middle Triassic are documented for the first time. Middle Triassic Pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, West-Central Nevada: Systematics, Biostratigraphy, Paleoecology, and Paleobiogeography Thomas R.

Waller, George D. Stanley Journal of Paleontology. sive book about Pectinidae after the popular edition "Guidebook to Pecten shells" in The arrangement of this Middle Triassic pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the new pass range, west- central Nevada: systematics, biostratigra- phy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeogra.

Middle Triassic carbonates extend from the North-Central Coast region of Vietnam to northern Laos. We conducted sedimentological, paleontological, and geochemical analyses on the carbonates of the Hoang Mai Formation in Nghe An province, Vietnam.

The carbonates consist of the following six lithostratigraphic units (from bottom to top): sandy limestone (unit 1), peloidal packstone. Middle Triassic pteriomorphian Bivalvia (Mollusca) from the New Pass Range, west-central Nevada: systematics, biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and paleobiogeography.

Journal of Paleontology, Mem Vol. 79 (Supplement to No.1). The start of the Triassic period (and the Mesozoic era) was a desolate time in Earth's history.

Something—a bout of violent volcanic eruptions, climate change, or perhaps a fatal run-in with a.Deposited about million years ago, the Late Triassic Guanling Fossil Group in Guanling County, SW Guizhou Province, China, preserves a diverse assemblage of vertebrate and invertebrate fossils in black mudstone and shale of the upper Lower Member of the Xiaowa Formation (Early Carnian).

These rocks are exposed over km2, and contain numerous well-preserved marine reptiles (ichthyosaurs.A new biochronological zonation for bivalves is presented that encompasses the entire Triassic and is integrated with standard ammonoid schemes.

The Lower Triassic is characterized by 2–3 zones of Claraia, most notably from the eastern Tethys representing the .