Taxonomy of Limnic Ostracoda (Crustacea) from the Alagamar Formation, Middle–Upper Aptian, Potiguar Basin, Northeastern Brazil

@inproceedings{Carmo2013TaxonomyOL,
  title={Taxonomy of Limnic Ostracoda (Crustacea) from the Alagamar Formation, Middle–Upper Aptian, Potiguar Basin, Northeastern Brazil},
  author={Dermeval A. DO Carmo and Jo{\~a}o Carlos Coimbra and Robin Charles Whatley and Lucas Silveira Antonietto and Raphael Teixeira De Paiva Citon},
  booktitle={Journal of Paleontology},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Fifteen limnic ostracodes species have been recorded in the Alagamar Formation, Potiguar Basin: Cypridea araripensis Silva, 1978a; Cypridea? sp., Harbinia sinuata (Krömmelbein and Weber, 1971); Harbinia crepata n. sp., Harbinia dimorphica n. sp., Harbinia alta Antonietto et al., 2012; Paracypria? elongata n. sp., Ilyocyprimorpha berthoui (Colin and Dépêche, 1997); Ilyocypris? sp., Brasacypris subovatum n. sp., Candona? sp., Theriosynoecum colini n. sp., T. guzzoi n. sp., T. silvai… 
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