Taxonomy of limnic Ostracoda (Crustacea) from the Quiricó Formation, Lower Cretaceous, São Francisco basin, Minas Gerais State, Southeast Brazil

@article{Leite2018TaxonomyOL,
  title={Taxonomy of limnic Ostracoda (Crustacea) from the Quiric{\'o} Formation, Lower Cretaceous, S{\~a}o Francisco basin, Minas Gerais State, Southeast Brazil},
  author={Amanda M. Leite and Dermeval A. DO Carmo and Caio Bussaglia Ress and Murilo Pessoa and Guilherme M. Caixeta and Matheus Denezine and Rodrigo Rodrigues Ad{\^o}rno and Lucas Silveira Antonietto},
  journal={Journal of Paleontology},
  year={2018},
  volume={92},
  pages={661 - 680}
}
Abstract. The present work presents a detailed taxonomic study on Ostracoda from the Quiricó Formation, Areado Group, São Francisco Basin, Brazil. The samples were collected from three outcrops in the Minas Gerais State: Tereza Farm (João Pinheiro Municipality), and from the banks of the São José and Quiricó creeks (Presidente Olegário Municipality). Sixteen ostracode species were recovered: Harbinia alta, Harbinia aff. H. angulata, Harbinia aff. H. crepata, Harbinia aff. H. salitrensis… 
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