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A new Middle Eocene protocetid whale (Mammalia : Cetacea : Archaeoceti) and associated biota from Georgia
A shallow-marine fossil biota was recovered from the Blue Bluff unit (formerly part of the McBean Formation) in the Upper Coastal Plain of eastern Georgia. Biochronologically significant mollusksExpand
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Taphonomy of the North American Decapods
ABSTRACT The geological record of the decapod crustaceans is sparse and fragmentary. Biologic, taphonomic, and collection factors bias the record, enhancing or diminishing it. These biasing factorsExpand
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EARLY CRETACEOUS ARTHROPODS FROM THE TLAYUA FORMATION AT TEPEXI DE RODRIGUEZ, PUEBLA, MEXICO
The arthropod macrofauna from the Middle Member of the lithographic limestones of the Tlayda Formation, in quarries at Tepexi, Mexico, is comprised of marine and nonmarine components. Marine taxaExpand
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Fossil Decapod Crustacea From the Late Cretaceous Coon Creek Formation, Union County, Mississippi
Over 1,300 fossil decapods have been collected from the Upper Cretaceous Coon Creek Formation in Union County, Mississippi. The fauna is dominated by Dakoticancer australis Rathbun, 1935 (raised fromExpand
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Fossil decapod crustaceans from the Gammon Ferruginous Member, Pierre Shale (early Campanian), Black Hills, South Dakota
AssTRArcT-Four hundred twenty-five fossil decapods, preserved in apatite concretions, were collected from the Early Campanian Gammon Ferruginous Member of the Pierre Shale in Butte County, SouthExpand
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Two new species of crabs, Notopocorystes (Eucorystes) eichhorni and Zygastrocarcinus griesi (Decapoda; Brachyura) from the Bearpaw Shale (Campanian) of north-central Montana
Two new brachyuran decapod crustacean taxa are described from specimens collected in the Upper Cretaceous Bearpaw Shale of north-central Montana. The ammonite Didymoceras nebrascense dates the faunaExpand
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Fossil Crabs From Tepee Buttes, Submarine Seeps of the Late Cretaceous Pierre Shale, South Dakota and Colorado, U.s.a.
Tepee Buttes are low conical hills which occur in scattered clusters along the strike of the Late Cretaceous Pierre Shale near Pueblo, Colorado, and around the Black Hills of South Dakota, Montana,Expand
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Taphonomy and preservation of burrowing thalassinidean shrimps
ABSTRACT Thalassinidean shrimp constitute six or seven families of highly specialized burrowing decapod crustaceans. Adaptations to a deep infaunal mode of life, exemplified by the ghost shrimpsExpand
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