Rebecca B. Chamberlain

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Sphaeromorphic algal cysts, most probably of the prasinophyte Tasmanites, and acanthomorphic acritarch vesicles, most probably Solisphaeridium, occur in a single 20 cm thick bed of micritic limestone in the lower part of the Middle Devonian (Givetian) Tully Formation near Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. Specimens are composed of authigenic calcite and pyrite(More)
Renal uroliths (concrements) of calcium phosphate have long been known to exist in both growing and mature (non-growing) Nautilus specimens, but to date no evidence-based explanation for their existence has been available. The currently favored speculation is that they function as a calcium reserve for shell and septal calcification. Here we present new(More)
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