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Trepostomatous bryozoan amplexopora solitaria redefined as heterotrypa solitaria


, : Trepostomatous bryozoan amplexopora solitaria redefined as heterotrypa solitaria. Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Occasional Paper (35): 1-6

A restudy of the holotype of A. solitaria Dyer resulted in a change of generic identification. The species now becomes H. solitaria (Dyer). [The species is from the upper Ordovician of Ontario, Canada. A revised description is given.].

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