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Brooksella rhenana, n sp Das erste Medusenfossil aus dem Devon






Bericht ueber die Senckenbergische Gesellschaft, 89-96

Brooksella rhenana, n sp Das erste Medusenfossil aus dem Devon



Accession: 038030336



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Richter Rudolf; Richter Emma, 1951: Tetramerer Bau bei Tabulaten als Erklaerung von Brooksella rhenana. Brooksella rhenana, previously considered a medusa, from the Devonian of the Schaumburg region, Germany, is shown to be a tabulate coral with Pleurodictyum characteristics, on the basis mainly of its tetramerous structure.

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