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THE EARLIEST KNOWN STROPHOMENOIDS (BRACHIOPODA) FROM EARLY MIDDLE ORDOVICIAN ROCKS OF SOUTH CHINA
The upper Daguanshan Formation (middle Ex- pansograptus hirundo graptolite biozone, Dapingian, early Middle Ordovician) of the Shuanghe area, Changning County, southern Sichuan Province, containsExpand
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A New Noncalcified Thallophytic Alga from the Lower Silurian of Anticosti Island, Eastern Canada
An exceptionally preserved noncalcified thallophytic alga, Menieria minuta gen. nov. et sp. nov. from the uppermost Gun River Formation (middle Aeronian, Lower Silurian) of Anticosti Island, easternExpand
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Species-abundance models for brachiopods across the Ordovician-Silurian boundary of South China
Species-abundance models have been an important method for investigating community structure in modern biology in the past decades. Different species-abundance models can reflect different ecologicalExpand
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Re-evaluation of survivors, Lazarus taxa, and refugia from mass extinction
Survivors from mass extinction are important for the study of the survival since they are sources of biotic recovery.Based on dynamic change of brachiopods through the Ordovician and SilurianExpand
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A primitive cladid crinoid from the Jiacun Group, Tibet (Darriwilian, Middle Ordovician)
A collection of numerous crinoid pluricolumnals from the uppermost Darriwilian (Middle Ordovician) of Tibet were derived from one biological species of crinoid. The specimens were collected fromExpand
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EARLY-MID ORDOVICIAN YANGTZEELLA (SYNTROPHIIDINA, BRACHIOPODA) AND ITS EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE
Re-examination of newly collected topotype material confirms that the type species of Yangtzeella, Y. po- loi, a widespread Early and Mid Ordovician syntrophiidine brachiopod in South China, has aExpand
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