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Campodus variabilis Meek Worthen from the Virgilian series of Iowa


, : Campodus variabilis Meek Worthen from the Virgilian series of Iowa. Journal of Paleontology, 25: 536 text-fig.


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DOI: 10.2307/1299756

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Thomas, L.A.; E.Franklin, 1951: Campodus variabilis from the Virgilian series of Iowa. A note recording the stratigraphic occurrence of a new locality from which this sp. has been obtained.

Pabian Roger K., 1989: Thoracic development in the trilobite Ditomopyge scitula (Meek & Worthen) from the basal Ervine Creek Limestone Member, Deer Creek Formation, Shawnee Group (Late Pennsylvanian, Virgilian) in southeastern Nebraska. Proceedings of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences and Affiliated Societies 99: 53-54

Menshagin, N., 1936: On the occurrence of a representative of the genus Isogramma Meek et Worthen in the Permian dolomite series of Bachmut. Travaux de la Societe des Naturalistes (Sect Geol) Leningrad, 65: 51-54

Anderson, JR.; Hoare, RD.; Sturgeon, MT., 1985: The Pennsylvanian gastropod genera Orthonema Meek and Worthen and Streptacis Meek from the Appalachian Basin. Numerous specimens of the gastropod genera Orthonema and Streptacis occur throughout the marine units of the Pottsville, Allegheny and Conemaugh groups in the Appalachian Basin. Collections from 9 marine units include 10 spp. of Orthonema and 3 sp...

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Harper John A., 1981: The use, and misuse, of Ianthinopsis Meek and Worthen, 1866 (Mollusca; Gastropoda). Journal of Paleontology 55(1): 180-185

Kjellesvig Waering Erik N., 1969: Scorpionida; the holotype of Mazonia woodiana Meek and Worthen, 1868. Arthropoda, Pennsylvanian scorpion, emended diagnosis, seven-segmented preabdomen, systematic implications, Mazon Creek area, Illinois.

Aizenberg D.E., 1950: Isogramma Meek et Worthen verkhnego karbona Donetskogo basseina. Describes remains of three species of Isogramma from upper Carboniferous deposits of the Donets basin, USSR, and discusses the geographic distribution, stratigraphic range, and general characters of members of the genus.