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Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas
Sergius H. Mamay
Bibliography: p. 13.
|Statement||by Sergius H. Mamay.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper ;, 593-I., Contributions to paleontology, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 593-I., Geological Survey professional paper.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 593-I|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 15,  p.|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||75604906|
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The best available geological detail for this area is that shown in the geologic map of Baylor County by Garrett, Lloyd, and Laskey ().Cited by: Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the lower Permian of Texas Professional Paper I By: S.H. Mamay. Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas.
[Sergius H Mamay] -- "A discussion of the taxonomic relationships and paleogeographic significance of a potentially important guide fossil.". Buy Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas, (Contributions to paleontology) by Mamay, Sergius H (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices new genus free delivery on eligible : Sergius H Mamay. Plant impressions from a single locality in the Mauchline Volcanic Group at the base of the 'New Red Sandstone' show a pterophyllsphenophyte assemblage probably of early Permian (Autunian) age. Sandrewia, n.
gen., monotypified by S. texana, n. sp., is a plant from Lower Permian beds of north~central Texas and east-central Kansas. It is characterized by stout axes with spirally disposed, laxly inserted, petiolate leaves; the laminae are broadly flabelliform with coarse, open by: Permocoleus, New Genus, the First Permian Beetle (Coleoptera) from North America SARA H.
LUBKIN AND MICHAEL S. ENGEL1 Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Snee Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Ann. Entomol. Soc. 98(1): 73Ð76 () ABSTRACT Permocoleus wellingtonensis, new genus and new species, is based on an elytron from.
Russellites Mamay (), obtained from the Cisuralian (lower Permian) of Texas and previously considered to belong to the family, is now recognized as being a junior synonym of Yuania (Wang and Chaney, ). Wang and Wang () described Discinites sunjiagouensis Z.‐Q. Wang & L.‐X.
Wang from the latest Permian Sunjiagou Formation in Cited by: 8. Mamay SH () Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas. US Geol Surv Prof Pap I: I1–I15 Google ScholarCited by: 4.
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gen., a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas and Kansas: Sergius H. Mamay: Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Vol IssuesAugustPages Noeggerathiales are a little known group of Carboniferous and Permian plants of uncertain systematic position that have been variously considered to be ferns, sphenopsids, progymnosperms, or a sepa Cited by: Comia, a seed plant possibly of peltaspermous affinity: A brief review of the genus and description of two new species from the early Permian (Artinskian) of Texas, C.
greggii sp. nov. and C. craddockii sp. nov. International Journal of Plant Sciences – Article; Google ScholarAuthor: William A. DiMichele, Carol L. Hotton, Carol L. Hotton, Cindy V. Looy, Robert W. Hook. The two characteristic Cathaysian Carboniferous Permian genera Tingia an Tingiostochya are revlewed and rediagnosed in the light of new specimens from Taiyuan, northern -Cina.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A re-examination of the type specimens of Yuania HC Sze and its junior synonym Russellites Mamay (Noeggerathiales) Taxon, Dan Chaney.
Download with Google Download with Facebook or download with email. Introduction. The Noeggerathiales are a little understood, rare group of plants that occurred in the tropics of the Carboniferous and Permian, in Europe, North America, and East Asia (Setlik,Boureau,Zhang, ).Noeggerathiales are absent from most Carboniferous floras in Europe and North America while being more common in Permian floras and in : Hermann W.
Pfefferkorn, Jun Wang. Sphenostrobus thompsonii: A new genus of the Sphenophyllales. American Journal of Botany Mamay, S.H. Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas.
Geological Survey Professional Paper I Millay, M.A. Acaulangium gen. nov., a fertile marattialean from the Upper Pennsylvanian of. William A. DiMichele, Neil J. Tabor, Dan S. Chaney, W. John Nelson, "From wetlands to wet spots: Environmental tracking and the fate of Carboniferous elements in Early Permian tropical floras", Wetlands through Time, Stephen F.
Greb, William A. DiMichele Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas. I I Russellites, new genus a problematical plant from the lower permain of texas I A Stratigraphy of the wind river formation in south-central wind river basin, wyoming I B Translocation of silica and other elements from rock into equisetum and three grasses I C Silver-rich disseminated sulfides from a.Permocoleus wellingtonensis, new genus and new species, is based on an elytron from the Permian Wellington Formation of Oklahoma and is the only Paleozoic record of the order Coleoptera from North America and the oldest record for the New World.
Until now, Permian Coleoptera were known only from Europe, Australia, southern Africa, and South.A change of the generic name to Decastronema, was applied by Golubic et al. () for Santonian to Lower Campanian sediments, resulting in the designation Decastronema kotori n.
gen. n. comb. This genus was recently used for a new species, Decastronema barattoloi, from the Eocene of the Adriatic region (Cosovic et al., ).Cited by: 8.