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Multi element conodont species from the osagean lower carboniferous in mid continent north america and texas usa



Multi element conodont species from the osagean lower carboniferous in mid continent north america and texas usa



Palaeontographica Abteilung A Palaeozoologie-Stratigraphie 175(4-6): 140-169



Conodont faunas from the Osagean (Lower Carboniferous) in Midcontinent North America and Texas have permitted the multielement reconstruction of Bactrognathus hamatus, B. excavatus, B. anchorarius, B. distortus distortus, B. d. lanei ssp. nov., Doliognathus? sp. nov., D. latus, Staurognathus cruciformis, Scaliognathus anchoralis, S. dockali sp. nov., Pseudopolygnathus multistriatus, Polygnathus communis and CUDOTAXIS priceslingi gen. et sp. nov. In addition, a partial apparatus for Gnathodus bulbosus is proposed. Ambiguity of zonal boundaries in the Lower Osagean conodont zonation necessitated emendation of the zonation and designation of reference sections for the bases of zones. The emended zonation comprises the P. communis carina, Pseudopolygnathus multistriatus, D. latus, B. distortus lanei, and Polygnathus mehli Zones. The section at Roaring River State Park is the reference section for the bases of these 5 zones.

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