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Microanatomy, shell structre and molecular phylogeny of Leptogyra, Xyleptogyra and Leptogyropsis (Gastropoda: Neomphalida: Melanodrymiidae) from sunken wood
The helicoid microgastropod genera Leptogyra, Xyleptogyra and Leptogyropsis from deep, sunken wood off New Zealand, were originally classified among the poorly defined Skeneidae (Vetigastropoda,Expand
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Paleoecology and Evolutionary Significance Of An Early Cretaceous Peregrinella-Dominated Hydrocarbon-Seep Deposit On The Crimean Peninsula
Abstract An isolated limestone deposit preserving thousands of specimens of the dimerelloid brachiopod Peregrinella multicarinata is exposed in fossil-poor Hauterivian strata northwest of the town ofExpand
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Lucinid bivalves from ancient methane seeps
Twelve species of lucinid bivalves are reported from late Jurassic to late Miocene methane-seep deposits worldwide. Among them, eight species and two genera are new. Amanocina n. gen. includesExpand
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Deep-sea food bonanzas: early Cenozoic whale-fall communities resemble wood-fall rather than seep communities
  • S. Kiel, J. L. Goedert
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological…
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The evolutionary history of invertebrate communities utilizing whale carcasses and sunken wood in the deep-sea is explored using fossil evidence. Compared to modern whale-fall communities, theExpand
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Fossil traces of the bone-eating worm Osedax in early Oligocene whale bones
Osedax is a recently discovered group of siboglinid annelids that consume bones on the seafloor and whose evolutionary origins have been linked with Cretaceous marine reptiles or to theExpand
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NEW RECORDS AND SPECIES OF MOLLUSCS FROM TERTIARY COLD-SEEP CARBONATES IN WASHINGTON STATE, USA
Abstract Eighteen gastropod and seven bivalve species are reported from Eocene to Oligocene cold-seep carbonates in Washington State, USA. Four species are new (Niso littlei, Turrinosyrinx hickmanae,Expand
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NEW AND LITTLE-KNOWN GASTROPODS FROM THE ALBIAN OF THE MAHAJANGA BASIN, NORTHWESTERN MADAGASCAR
Abstract Thirty-one gastropod species and one type of isolated larval shell are described from a quarry near Ambatolafia in the Mahajanga Basin, northwestern Madagascar. The ammonite fauna indicatesExpand
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Jurassic and Cretaceous Gastropods from Hydrocarbon Seeps in Forearc Basin and Accretionary Prism Settings, California
Fourteen gastropod species from 16 Mesozoic hydrocarbon seep carbonate deposits of the Great Valley Group and Franciscan Complex in California are described. Two genera are new: BathypurpurinopsisExpand
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Fossil evidence for micro- and macrofaunal utilization of large nekton-falls: Examples from early Cenozoic deep-water sediments in Washington State, USA
Abstract Whale and fish carcasses and wood in the deep-sea host diverse and specialized faunas related to the hydrothermal vent and hydrocarbon seep biota. Fossil examples of such food-falls wereExpand
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Bivalves from Cretaceous Cold-Seep Deposits on Hokkaido, Japan
Cretaceous cold-seep deposits of the Yezo Group on Hokkaido, Japan, yield a rich and well-preserved mollusk fauna. The systematics of nine bivalve species previously reported from these deposits canExpand
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