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Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland

Etheridge, Robert

Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland

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Published by A.J. Cumming, government printer in Brisbane .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Queensland.
    • Subjects:
    • Paleontology -- Queensland.,
    • Gastropoda, Fossil.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby R. Etheridge ... With 2 plates and a prefatory note by B. Dunstan.
      SeriesQueensland. Geological survey. Publication, no. 269, Publication (Geological Survey of Queensland) ;, 269.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE344 .A19 no. 269
      The Physical Object
      Pagination20 p.
      Number of Pages20
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL252387M
      LC Control Numbergs 22000116
      OCLC/WorldCa26081474

      CRETACEOUS GASTROPODS: CONTRASTS BETWEEN TETHYS AND THE TEMPERATE PROVINCES NORMAN F. SOHL U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. ABSTRACT--During the Cretaceous Period, gastropod faunas show considerable differences in their evolution between the Tethyan Realm (tropical) and the Temperate Realms to the north and . Open Journal of Geology Vol No(), Article ID,4 pages /ojg Macrofossil Assemblages in the Ryazanian Stage (Lower Cretaceous) of the Stratotype RegionAuthor: Olga S. Urman, Boris N. Shurygin, Oksana S. Dzyuba. Unlike most Ammonites, it is not completely coiled. Like most Ammonites, it would have used jet propulsion to move around, but blows water over it's shell to navigate. It only thrived in the Cretaceous oceans. 5 inches is a decent size for a Hamitites. The ridges are small and the spaces are in proportion with the width of the ridges. @article{osti_, title = {Stuart City Trend, Lower Cretaceous, South Texas: a carbonate shelf-margin model for hydrocarbon exploration}, author = {Bebout, D.G. and Loucks, R.G.}, abstractNote = {Lower Cretaceous shallow-water carbonates accumulated on a broad shelf which completely encircled the Gulf of Mexico. Biogenic growth climaxed along the basinward .

      Lower Cretaceous (Late Albian) of the Eromanga. Basin, Queensland, Australia. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum – Nature Kear, B. P. First record of a pachycormid fish (Actinopterygii: Pachycormiformes) from the Lower Cretaceous of Australia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Lees, T. and Bartholomai, A.


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Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland by Etheridge, Robert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Two undescribed Pelecypoda from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland in the collection of the Australian Museum Serial Title Records of the Australian Museum Volume 4 Issue 5 Start Page End Page DOI /j Language English Plates plates xxxiv–xxxv Date Published 06 January Cover Date 06 January ISSN Author: R.

Etheridge. Caenogastropoda is a taxonomic clade, a large diverse group which are mostly sea snails and other marine gastropod mollusks, but also includes some freshwater snails and some land snails.

Caenogastropoda contains many families of shelled marine molluscs – including the periwinkles, cowries, Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland book, moon snails, murexes, cone snails and turrids – and Clade: Caenogastropoda, Cox, The published professional literature was searched for gastropods reported from the Texas Cretaceous.

The search ended with published articles available at the end of May Specifically, 29 gastropod superfamilies, 55 gastropod families, gastropod genera and gastropod species were found in the Texas Cretaceous. Lower Cretaceous fossils from the sources of the Barcoo, Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland book and Nive Rivers, south central Queensland.

Part I. Annelida, Pelecypoda and Gasteropoda Serial Title Records of the Australian Museum Volume 6 Issue 5 Start Page End Page DOI /j Language English Plates plates lvii–lxii Date Published 18 July Cited by: 5.

Now, in addition, a small tibiotarsus found in the Lower Cretaceous (Albian) of Queensland not only represents the first bony material of Mesozoic birds from Australia, but is also the first reported occurrence of an enantiornithine bird in the Lower Cretaceous.

References. 1 Walker, C. Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland book51–53 ().Cited by: Compared with the relatively abundant fossil record in the Western Hemisphere, records from eastern Asia are rare, comprising only species belonging to the genera Acirsa Mörch, and Confusiscala de Boury, a from the Lower Cretaceous of by: 1.

Cretaceous crocodyliforms in Australia are rare and known only from an almost complete and articulated specimen of the neosuchian Isisfordia duncani from the upper Albian of central Queensland. PDF | On Jan 1, Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland book, Christian Voiculescu-Holvad and others published The Opalised Fossils of Australia: Mineralogical and Paleontological Treasures from the Australian Outback.

Seismic imaging of the Wallaby Plateau exhibits a substantial thickness of both dipping and flat-lying, sub-parallel reflectors beneath parts of the Lower Cretaceous. A Lower Cretaceous gastropod with fossilized intestines.

Palaeontology 2; pp.1 fig., 1 pl. h.t. Stapled extract. € 3,50 Cestari, R. & M. Sirna - Giacimenti fossiliferi a Hippuritidae e Radiolitidae (Hippuritacea) in Italia centro-meridionale. DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT BUREAU OF MINERAL RESOURCES GEOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS RECORDS: Mineral Resources, Geology and Geophysics.

59~8/6S. DUNSTAN, B., - Small Gastropoda from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland. Prefatory note. Geol. Surv. Publ. (), The mandible of Kronosaurus queenslandicus Longman, (Pliosauridae, Brachaucheniinae), from the Lower Cretaceous of northwest Queensland, Australia.

Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. DOI: Armored dinosaurs were some of the earliest dinosaurs named, including the ankylosaur Hylaeosaurus in and Stegosaurus in But these armored dinosaurs, or thyreophorans, have been the least studied group because they lack the visceral appeal of Tyrannosaurus and the fossil abundance of ceratopsians and hadrosaurs.

The incredible diversity of armored 2/5(2). Lower Cretaceous fossils from the sources of the Barcoo, Ward and Nive Rivers, south central Queensland.

Part II. Cephalopoda Serial Title Records of the Australian Museum Volume 7 Issue 4 Start Page End Page DOI /j Language English Plates Small Gasteropoda from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland book lxv–lxviii Date Published 30 August Cover Date 30 August Cited by: 8. This holotype tibiotarsus (QM F) was found at Warra Station near Boulia, in Queensland.

Inadditional fossils from Canary Station in the same area of Australia were also placed into the genus Nanantius. One of these was a cervical (neck) vertebra, QM F, which was assigned to Nanantius : †Nanantius, Molnar,   1. Currie, P. & Carpenter, K. A new specimen of Acrocanthosaurus atokensis (Theropoda, Dinosauria) from the Lower Cretaceous Antlers Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Aptian) of Oklahoma, USA.

Marine Lower Cretaceous Fossils from the Minmi member, Blythesdale Formation, Roma-Wallumbilla Area (Geological Survey of Queensland Publication,Paleontological Papers, 9) [R. Day] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Marine Lower Cretaceous Fossils from the Minmi member, Blythesdale Formation, Roma-Wallumbilla Area (Geological Survey of Queensland.

The gastropods (/ ˈ ɡ æ s t r oʊ p ɒ d z /), more commonly known as snails and slugs, belong to a large taxonomic class of invertebrates within the phylum Mollusca, called class comprises snails and slugs from saltwater, from freshwater, and from the land.

There are many thousands of species of sea snails and slugs, as well as freshwater snails, freshwater Class: Gastropoda, Cuvier,   The Winton Formation is increasingly recognised as an important source of information about the Cretaceous of Australia, and, more broadly, the palaeobiogeographic history of eastern Gondwana.

With more precise dating and stratigraphic controls starting to provide temporal context to the geological and palaeontological understanding of this Author: Tamara L. Fletcher, Tamara L. Fletcher, Patrick T. Moss, Steven W. Salisbury.

Spitidiscus is a widely-distributed Hauterivian genus that briefly invaded the Neuquén Basin, Argentina, in mid Hauterivian times, well after it first evolved in the west Tethyan area. Its appearance in Argentina is linked with a globally-significant mid Hauterivian sea-level rise.

This is marked in the basin by a sharp facies change in the Agrio Formation, from non-marine Cited by: 6. The Cretaceous rocks have a widespread distribution in both islands of New Zealand and have been known for many years; however, their stratigraphy, especially in the lower Cretaceous portion, has been greatly confused, largely because of complex structural relationships and paucity of fossils.

Kronosaurus: The King (or Queen) of the Queensland Sea Life was good during the Early Cretaceous – about million years ago – in what would some day become Queensland, Australia. That is, life was good for whatever was making tucker out of whatever else was alive at that time. 1. Introduction.

Fossil remains of crocodyliforms, non-avian dinosaurs and osteichthyans encased in calcite-cemented sandstone concretions have been recovered from the Lower Cretaceous (upper Albian) portion of the Winton Formation near Isisford in central-west Queensland since the by: 3.

Cuphosolenus is a genus of extinct small to medium-sized sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Aporrhaidae and the superfamily Stromboidea, known from the Jurassic and lower Cretaceous : Gastropoda.

The fossil record of Australian pterosaurs is sparse, consisting of only a small number of isolated and fragmentary remains from the Cretaceous of Queensland, Western Australia and Victoria.

In a marked departure from most other Australian Cretaceous vertebrates, the crocodyliform Isisfordia duncani from the latest Lower Cretaceous of Queensland (Salisbury et al.,Tucker et al., ) suggests that at least one major clade—the modern crocodyliforms, Eusuchia—originated in by: The formation is present in the Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, and New South Wales.

It is a sedimentary unit, principally made up of mudstone and siltstone, with calcareous concretions. Its maximum thickness is metres. Its age is somewhere from Aptian to Albian, that is between and nates: 20°48′S °42′E /.

Cretaceous, and the Miocene N. eyrensis, which co-existed with N. gregoryi, and the liv-ing N. forsteri, have radiating ridges and an inner angle on the mediolingual face (P1.

avus is known only from the type (NMV P. ) a lower toothplate lacking the an-terior portion (Woodward, ). The three ridges remaining are parallel and the. THE TERTIARY GEOLOGY OF THE BOULIA REGION, WESTERN QUEENSLAND BY R. PATEN (GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF QUEENSLAND) Issued under the Authority of the Hon.

David Fairbairn, Minister for National Development Cretaceous marine amniotes of Australia: perspectives on a decade of new research. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 17– Cretaceous marine amniote fossils have been documented from Australia for more than years, however, their global significance has only come to the fore in the last decade.

This recognition is a product of accelerated Cited by: 8. FOSSIL LIMPET FROM THE CRETACEOUS OF NORTH QUEENSLAND. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 51(2): Fossil limpets have a very poor pre-Tertiary record within Australia with Siphonaria samwelliEtheridge, fromtheEarlyCretaceousofnorth Queensland theonlybinomiallyascribedtaxon and twoother.

The earliest undisputed gastropods date from the Late Cambrian Period, around million years ago. Some paleontologists think gastropods are even older, based on a small, shelly fossil called Aldanella, known from Lower Cambrian rocks, but others think Aldanella is a worm. Either way, by the end of the Cambrian, gastropods were abundant and.

Lower Cretaceous fossils from the sources of the Barcoo, Ward and Nive Rivers south central Queensland. Part II. Cephalopoda Serial Title Records of the Australian Museum Volume 7 Issue 3 Start Page End Page DOI /j Language English Plates plates xxx-xlix Date Published 15 January Cover Date 15 January Cited by: 8.

Researchers have announced the naming of Savannasaurus elliottorum, a new genus and species of dinosaur from western Queensland, Australia.

The bones come from the Winton Formation, a geological. A new carnosaur (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Lower Cretaceous of Japan.

A new dinosaur from the Queensland Cretaceous. A nomenclature for vertebral laminae in sauropods and other saurichian dinosaurs. James E. Fox, "Mollusks from the late Campanian upper DeGrey Formation of the Pierre Shale Group, Missouri River Valley, central South Dakota", The Geology and Paleontology of the Late Cretaceous Marine Deposits of the Dakotas, James E.

Martin, David C. Parris. Conclusion/Significance. The occurrence of Australovenator from the Aptian to latest Albian confirms the presence in Australia of allosauroids basal to the Carcharodontosauridae.

These new taxa, along with the fragmentary remains of other taxa, indicate a diverse Early Cretaceous sauropod and theropod fauna in Australia, including Cited by: The fossils investigated are preserved on the internal mould of an Early Cretaceous, small-sized (43 mm in diameter) ammonite microconch Deshayesites dechyi (Papp).

The specimen was collected from lower Aptian deposits outcropping in the neighborhood of Levashi village in Daghestan, Russia (Fig. 1, see also Bogdanova and Mikhailova ).The lower Aptian Cited by: 1. Archeogatropoda, Mesogastropoda, and Stratigraphy of the Ripley Owl Creek, and Prairie Bluff Formations Late Cretaceous Gastropods in Tennessee and Mississippi,Professional Paper, A:11 figures, 1 table and 18 plates.

[Sohl, N. F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Archeogatropoda, Mesogastropoda, and Stratigraphy of the Author: N. Sohl. 2. Material and methods.

The material described here has been accessioned to the Queensland Museum (QM), Brisbane, Australia. The phylogenetic position of the new taxon was assessed by scoring 45 crocodyliform taxa (including two outgroups) for discrete morphological characters (see electronic supplementary material for character list, data matrix, Cited by:.

Cretaceous pdf occur in central Texas, north Texas, the Edwards Plateau, parts of the High Plains, the Gulf Coastal Plain, and Trans-Pecos Texas. As mentioned earlier, the Texas Cretaceous has been divided into the Lower Cretaceous (Comanche series) and Upper Cretaceous (Gulf series).

Download pdf relatively small number of tetrapod tracksites from Zhejiang Province fills out the fossil record from that region, which is also known to have yielded both saurischian (titanosauriform, coelurosaur) and ornithischian (basal ornithopod, ankylosaurian) body fossils as well as dinosaurian eggs.

We use photogrammetry and 3D imaging to reinterpret the sauropod Cited by: 1.Minmi is the ebook known genus of ankylosaurian ebook from Australia. Seven specimens are known, all from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland. Only two of these have been described in any detail: the holotype specimen Minmi paravertebra from the Bungil Formation near Roma, and a near complete skeleton from the Allaru Mudstone on Marathon Station near Richmond, Cited by: