Three New Tanaid Species ( Crustacea , Peracarida , Tanaidacea ) from the Lower Cretaceous Álava Amber in Northern Spain

@inproceedings{Vonk2007ThreeNT,
  title={Three New Tanaid Species ( Crustacea , Peracarida , Tanaidacea ) from the Lower Cretaceous {\'A}lava Amber in Northern Spain},
  author={Ronald Vonk and Frederick R. Schram},
  year={2007}
}
MARINE CRUSTACEANS were not known as inclusions in amber from upper Aptian–middle Albian deposits in Northern Spain. The publication of a photograph of a purported fossil amphipod (Alonso et al., 2000) among many other arthropods promised to be of high interest because the fossil record of the amphipoda does not extend further than Upper Eocene (Schram, 1986; Coleman and Myers, 2000). The Museum of Natural Sciences of Álava in Vitoria-Gasteiz (AMNS), northern Spain, kindly sent us the material… CONTINUE READING