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Evolution and Classification of Mesozoic Mathildoid Gastropods
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About 150 Mesozoic species of the heterobranch superfamily Mathildoidea are classified into four families and 27 genera, and one new genus is described: Angulathilda gen. nov. Expand
Early Jurassic (Pliensbachian)gastropods from Franconia, Southern Germany
40 nominate gastropod species are described from the Early Jurassic (Late Pliensbachian) Amaltheenton Formation of Franconia (Northern Bavaria, SouthernGermany). In addition 11 species are treated inExpand
Shallow-water gastropods from Late Oxfordian sands in Kłęby (Pomerania, Poland)
The Upper Oxfordian shell-bearing ferruginous sands from K∏´by in Pomerania (northwestern Poland) provide a rich and relatively well-preserved shallow-water gastropod fauna that has been known in theExpand
LOWER AND MIDDLE TITHONIAN MARINE GASTROPODS FROM THE NEUQUÉN-MENDOZA BASIN, ARGENTINA.
Samples of marine Lower and Middle Tithonian gastropods from Picun Leufu, Canadon de los Alazanes, Cerro La Parva (Neuquen) and Casa Pincheira (Mendoza) have provided three undescribed species. TheseExpand
Two new gastropod genera from the Early Jurassic (Pliensbachian) of Franconia (South Germany)
Two new caenogastropod genera are described from the Liassic (Pliensbachian) Amaltheenton Formation of Franconia (South Germany): Pseudokatosira and Francocerithium. Pseudokatosira is a relativelyExpand
Toarctocera (Gastropoda, Aporrhaidae): a new genus from the Jurassic (Toarcian/Aalenian) of South Germany and the early evolutionary history of the family Aporrhaidae
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Toarctocera, a new gastropod genus of the family Aporrhaidae (Stromboidea) is described for Rostellaria subpunctata, which is commonly one of the most abundant gastropods in Late Toarcian/Early Aalenian soft bottom faunas. Expand
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