Fossil neocheilostomine bryozoans from the tertiary rocks of western Kachchh, Gujarat

@article{Sonar2013FossilNB,
  title={Fossil neocheilostomine bryozoans from the tertiary rocks of western Kachchh, Gujarat},
  author={Mohan A. Sonar and S. G. Gaikwad},
  journal={Journal of the Geological Society of India},
  year={2013},
  volume={81},
  pages={665-676}
}
Paper describes six species of neocheilostomine bryozoans occurring in the Middle Eocene-Early Miocene rocks of Western Kachchh, Gujarat, India. Taxa belong to the families Quadricellariidae Gordon, 1984, Vinculariidae Busk, 1852 and Poricellariidae, Harmer, 1926. Of these three species are new. These are Vincularia feddeni nov sp. Poricellaria waioriensis nov sp. and Poricellaria sakurkari nov sp. Two species, Nellia tenella (Lamarck, 1816) and Vincularia kutchensis (Tewari & Srivastava, 1967… 
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