brachiopod


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Synonyms for brachiopod

marine animal with bivalve shell having a pair of arms bearing tentacles for capturing food

of or belonging to the phylum Brachiopoda

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The section was sampled during fieldwork in 1987 as follows: pebbles from the basal conglomerate of the Ulgase Formation (N-62), lingulate brachiopod shells from the Ulgase Formation (N-63 and N-63A), and basal lingulate shell coquina of the Kallavere Formation (N-60).
Structure-forming invertebrates displayed wide variation in size; maximum height ranged from 4 cm for brachiopods to 2.
Abstract: A suite of fossils collected from the Warsaw Formation (Mississippian) of Missouri includes brachiopods, bryozoans, cnidarians, poriferans, echinoderms, and chondrichthyan teeth.
Dominant species within the high-diversity patch included brachiopods (e.
The presence of bivalve, brachiopod, foraminiera and crinoids suggest shallow marine shelfal geological setting with normal marine salinity.
The detoiled analysis of brachiopod assemblages for the first time in this area and the calibration of its distribution with the exhaustively controlled biochronological ammonite dato at zone (even biohorizon) level in the Iberian Range (Goy, 1974; Goy et al.
50) These fossils therefore appear to represent stem brachiopods that were themselves derived from armored tubular filter feeders attached to the seafloor (fig.
The sex of each brachiopod was determined, and female gonadal development was classified into one of four gametogenic stages (Fig.
2011): Mass extinction and recovery of the Early Toarcian (Early Jurassic) brachiopods linked to climate change in northern and central Spain.
audebarti, while the brachiopod presented higher mean concentrations of Zn and Cd (soft parts), Pb (shells) and Cu (pedicles).
In 1972, British brachiopod paleontologist Martin Rudwick penned a judicious and revelatory volume, The Meaning of Fossils: Episodes in the History of Palaeontology.
Brachiopod, Bivalve Calcareous Sandstone Facies (MF3): This facies is 4.
In this study, we collected 8 brachiopod species from Japan, including 5 from class Articulata, and determined their C values by flow cytometry.