North American early tertiary Bryozoa

  title={North American early tertiary Bryozoa},
  author={Ferdinand Canu and Ray Smith Bassler},
  journal={Bulletin of the United States national Museum}
  • F. Canu, R. S. Bassler
  • Published 1 April 1922
  • Biology, Geography
  • Bulletin of the United States national Museum
A mid-Cretaceous (Albian–Cenomanian) shell-rubble bryozoan fauna from the Goshoura Group, Kyushu, Japan
It is demonstrated that bryozoan assemblages worldwide were not of similar composition at the onset of cheilostome radiation, and underscores the need for further work in less studied regions.
Anomia-associated bryozoans from the upper Pliocene (Piacenzian) lower Tamiami Formation of Florida, USA
Commercial mining northeast of Sarasota, SW Florida (USA), since the 1960s has exposed Plio-Pleistocene marine shell beds of the Tamiami Formation, a complex sequence of mixed carbonate and
Mineralogy of cheilostome bryozoans across the Eocene–Oligocene boundary in Mississippi, USA
Different cheilostome bryozoan species construct their skeletons from calcite, aragonite, or a combination of these two minerals. Calcite is the primitive biomineral in cheilostomes, but an
Evidence for Polyphyly of the Genus Scrupocellaria (Bryozoa: Candidae) Based on a Phylogenetic Analysis of Morphological Characters
The bryozoan genus Scrupocellaria comprises about 80 species in the family Candidae and is redefined according to four morphological features: vibracular chamber with a curved setal groove, ooecium with a single ectooecial fenestra, two axillary vibracula, and a membranous operculum with a distinct distal rim.
Fossil Steginoporellid (Cheilostomata: Neocheilostomina), Bryozoa from the Tertiary sediments of Western Kachchh, Gujarat, India
Five species of Steginoporella from the Palaeogene rocks of the Western Kachchh, Gujarat are described in this paper. Out of five steginoporellids, S. mathuri n.sp., S. murachbanensis n.sp. and S.
Pyrisinellidae, a new family of anascan cheilostome bryozoans
A new family of anascan-grade cheilostome bryozoans, Pyrisinellidae n. fam., is introduced, together with two new gen-era, Pyrisinella n. gen. and Spinisinella n. gen. Containing species previously
Bryozoans from the late Cretaceous Kahuitara Tuff of the Chatham Islands, New Zealand
Taylor, P.D., & Gordon, D.P., December, 2007. Bryozoans from the Late Cretaceous Kahuitara Tuff of the Chatham Islands, New Zealand. Alcheringa 31, 339-363. ISSN 0311-5518. Fourteen bryozoan species
A complete reanalysis of the original morphometric data is presented, incorporating the new tropical American material and comparative material of selected Metrarabdotos species from Europe and Africa in order to formalize the taxonomy of the genus.
The fauna of the Clayton Formation (Paleocene, Danian) of southern Illinois: a case of K/P survivorship and Danian recovery
Identification of 8640 specimens of bryozoan, mollusk, decapod, and vertebrate fossils from the Paleocene Clayton Formation in southern Illinois has resulted in recognition of 44 species-level taxa
Bryozoan frontal shields: studies on umbonulomorphs and impacts on classification
Umbonuloid frontal shields arc described in the type species of Lepraliella, Drepanophora, Frurionella, Tessaradoma, Hincksipora, Stephanopora, and Pseudolepralia, and a new umbonulomorph superfamily, Pseudolespraliu, is established.