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Article in Bulletins of American Paleontology · March 2013 with 14 Reads. Cite this publication. University of Texas at Austin. The geometry or shape of the outer opening of 1346 boreholes made by naticids and muricids in eleven gastropod and nine bivalve species from the Eocene Ameki Formation, southeastern Nigeria, has been studied using statistical methods. The analysis indicates very strongly that the holes are not circular within the limits of statistical.

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Molluscan Macrofauna of the Reklaw Formation. Bulletins of American paleontology. 124. Source organization. Biodiversity Heritage Library OAI Repository.

Bulletins of American Paleontology, 364:1-43 (+ 9 plates). of American Paleontology. and Sprinkle, J. 2007. Phylogenetic implications of the Protocrinoida: Blastozoans are not ancestral to crinoids. The molluscan macrofauna of the Reklaw Formation, Marquez member (Eocene, lower Claibornian), in Texas. 30. Givens, . 1994.

The molluscan macrofauna of the Reklaw Formation, Marquez Member (Eocene: Lower Claibornian), in Texas. Bulletins of American Paleontology 111:1–177. Chapman and Hall, London. Gaston, K. and Blackburn, T. M. 2000. Pattern and process in macroecology. Blackwell Science, Oxford.

The molluscan macrofauna of the Reklaw Formation, Marquez Member (Eocene: Lower Claibornian), Texas. Subsurface planktonic zonation of the Paleogene of Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast and their relationship to relative changes of coastal onlap. Bulletin of American Paleontology 111 (352): 177p. Fig. 10: Miocene coleoid Amerirostra americana (Ber-ry, 1922) from an unnamed formation, Mexico.

The Molluscan Macrofauna of the Reklaw Formation, Marquez Member (BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY) ebook
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