The Ordovician fossils from the McKay Group in British Columbia Western Canada, with a note on the early Ordovician palaeogeography

Kobayashi, T.

Journal of the Faculty of Science University of Tokyo, Section 2, Geology 9(3): 1; 355-493

1955


ISSN/ISBN: 0040-8999
Accession: 025660894

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Abstract
Describes the gastropods EOBUCANIA (in Bucaniidae) pulchra, Raphistomina sinclairensis, R.s. acuata, Burnesella tympama, Ozarkispira leo and Lytospira mediosucata; the cephalopod Robsonoceras sp.; the trilobites Kainella kindlei, Apatokephalus canadensis, Protopliomerops subguadratus, P. radiatus, P. longispinus, Tesselacauda flabella, Telephus pacificus, Leiostegium (EVANSASPIS) glabrum, Hyperblochilus expanpsus, a nileid, Symphysurina (in Asaphidae. SYMPHYSURININAE) spicata, S. s. eugenia, S. cf. corlissensis S. (Symphysuroides) elegans, S. (S.) expansa, S. (S.) cf. brevispicata, Bellefontia platana, B. aff. collieana, Asaphellus ? canadensis, Kobayashia lanceolata, Kayseraspis ? euclides COLUMBICEPHALUS (in Asaphus. Ogygiocarinae) macrops, Kirkella cf. vigilans, Protopresbynileus ? aff. willdeni, GONIOTELOIDES (in Bathyuridae) monoceros (type), G. punctatus, Licnocephala longa, Lachnostoma sp. EULOMELLA (in Ptychoparidae, EULOMINAE) mckayensis, NEOTENICEPHALUS (ead. fam., Elviniinae) obsoleta VERMILIONITES (ead.subam.) bisculcatus, Hystricurus platypleurus, H. cf, genalatus, Parahystricurus sp., Clelandia sp., Dimeropygiella eos, METABOWMANIA (in Emmerichellidae) latilimbata, Amechilus tuberculatus, MACROCULITES (ead. fam) enigmaticus, Parabolinella bisulcata, SPHAEROHITHALMELLA (in Olenidae, Leptoplastinae) inexctans, Peltura pacifica, P. canadensis, Jujuyaspis borealis, Paenebeltella convexa, Ampyx walcotti, A. W. stenorachis, Shumardia sp., LUNACRANlA (in Shumardiidae) trisecta, RHAMPHOPYGE (ord. et fam. incert.) altipolum, NEOAGNOTUS ( in Agnostidae) aspidoides, HYPERAGNOSTUS (ead. fam.) binodosus, Geragnostus aff. mundus, Trinodus priscus and T. tardiformis.