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Tremadoc trilobites from the florentine valley formation tim shea area tasmania australia


, : Tremadoc trilobites from the florentine valley formation tim shea area tasmania australia. Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria 46(1-2): 1-34

Trilobites from several horizons in the Florentine Valley Formation of the Tim Shea area west of Maydena, southwestern Tasmania are described and assigned late Tremadoc to possibly early Arenig ages. Their ages approximate the Lancefieldian La1.5 zone of Psigraptus, La2 and possibly La3. Taxa described are Hystricurus penchiensis Lu, H. lewisi (Kobayashi), H. sp. cf. H. robustus Ross, Tanybregma tasmaniensis gen. et sp. nov., Chosenia adamsensis sp. nov., Asaphellus sp. cf. A. trinodosus Chang, Megistaspis (Ekeraspis) euclides (Walcott), Dikelokephalina asiatica Kobayashi, Asaphopsoides florentinensis (Etheridge), Scotoharpes lauriei sp. nov., Pilekiidae gen. et sp. nov., Pilekia sp. nov., Protopliomerops hamaxitus sp. nov. and P. sp. cf. P. punctatus Kobayashi.

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Jell, PA.; Stait, B., 1985: Tremadoc trilobites from the Florentine Valley Formation, Tim Shea area, Tasmania. Memoirs of the National Museum of Victoria, 461: 1-34

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