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    • New genus and new species first described by Dr. Sebastian Calzada Badia in:


      C a l z a d a , S., 1974. Almerarhynchia n. gen. virgiliana n. sp. del Maastrichtiense de Figols, Prepireneo catalan. Acta Geológica Hispanica, 9 (3): 92-97.

       

      http://digital.csic.es/handle/10261/7365.

       

      ID of the specimen confirmed by Dr. Calzada.

    Taxonomy

    Kingdom: Animalia
    Phylum: Brachiopoda
    Class: Rhynchonellata
    Order: Rhynchonellida
    Family: Rhynchonellidae
    Genus: Almerarhynchia
    Species: A. virgiliana
    Author Citation Calzada, 1974

    Geological Time Scale

    Eon: Phanerozoic
    Era: Mesozoic
    Period: Cretaceous
    Epoch: Late
    International Age: Maastrichtian

    Stratigraphy

    Areny Formation

    Provenance

    Acquired by: Field Collection

    Dimensions

    Blank: 20mm
    Width: 22mm
    Height: 15mm

    Location

    Fígols
    Catalonia
    Spain

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    New genus and new species first described by Dr. Sebastian Calzada Badia in:


    C a l z a d a , S., 1974. Almerarhynchia n. gen. virgiliana n. sp. del Maastrichtiense de Figols, Prepireneo catalan. Acta Geológica Hispanica, 9 (3): 92-97.

     

    http://digital.csic.es/handle/10261/7365.

     

    ID of the specimen confirmed by Dr. Calzada.



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    doushantuo

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    Calzada's pdf is rather murky and in spanish

    Need i post it?

    Good line drawings of some sections,though

    I noticed it was "Garumnian"B)

    The Dutch have trampled the Tremp Basin to bits,methinks

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    Thanks to all

     

    On 9/12/2018 at 12:37 PM, doushantuo said:

    Calzada's pdf is rather murky and in spanish

    Need i post it?

    Good line drawings of some sections,though

    I noticed it was "Garumnian"B)

    The Dutch have trampled the Tremp Basin to bits,methinks

    Well, It is the only one available.

    In this coin, some places are trampled and some are not, but I don't have noticed too specificaly Dutch activity

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    Fossildude19

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    Pictures from directly above each valve would be helpful images to have, I think.  :) 

     

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    52 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

    Pictures from directly above each valve would be helpful images to have, I think.  :) 

     

    Done

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