A Revision of the Rare Genus Cyclolampas (Echinoidea) Using Morphometrics with Description of a New Species from the Upper Callovian of Burgundy (France)

@inproceedings{Saucde2013ARO,
  title={A Revision of the Rare Genus Cyclolampas (Echinoidea) Using Morphometrics with Description of a New Species from the Upper Callovian of Burgundy (France)},
  author={Thomas Sauc{\`e}de and Alain Bonnot and Didier Marchand and Ph. Courville},
  booktitle={Journal of Paleontology},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract The discovery of a new species, Cyclolampas altus new species in the upper Callovian of Burgundy (France) leads to the systematic revision of the rare echinoid genus Cyclolampas Pomel, 1883. Two morphometric approaches are used jointly to describe and quantify variations in test shape: the analysis of linear measurements and the Elliptic Fourier shape analysis. Both analyses yield congruent results that highlight the amplitude of within-species variations and quantify the part due to… 
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