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Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City formation of Georgia
Porter M. Kier
|Statement||by Porter M. Kier.|
|Series||Smithsonian miscellaneous collections,, v. 153, no. 2, Smithsonian publication 4738.|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .S7 vol. 153, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||68060092|
Typocidaris malum(,) Reference: E Genus - Specie: Typocidaris malum(,) Description: regular fossil echinoid Period: Cretaceous Epoch-Stage-Strata: Lower Cretaceous Era: Mesozoic Age: Barremian(about million years) Common name: regular fossil echinoid Comments: original fossil, with small repair,no glue, no paint, prepared by . This happened over a million-year period, from the middle of the late Eocene to early Oligocene (around 30–40 million years ago). Fig. delineates a typical lake basin from that time. There was rise in water level of the lake, and then a fall because of a mix of (1) steady subsidence of the lake floor in light of tectonic forces and (2.
Well-preserved echinoid material was collected from the Wills Point Formation (late Paleocene, 61 ± Ma), Reklaw Formation (middle Eocene, 49 ± Ma), Weches Formation (middle Eocene, Echinoids has 1, members. Sea urchins and Sand dollars Sea urchin: any echinoderm of the class Echinoidea, having a somewhat globular or discoid.
Reference: E Genus - Specie: Conoclypus subcylindricus (MÜNTER,) Description: Echinoid irregular fossil Period: Paleogene Epoch-Stage-Strata: middle Eocene Era: Cenozoic Age: Lutetian ( million years approx) Common name: Echinoid fossil Comments: complete individual, excellent quality, totally natural, no restoration or repair, or painting, rare, endemic, large size for the. Geologic unit mapped in Florida: Middle Eocene carbonate sediments of peninsular Florida, as originally described by Applin and Applin (), were subdivided, in ascending order, into the Lake City Limestone and the Avon Park Limestone. Miller () recommended combining the Lake City Limestone with the Avon Park Limestone and, due to the common occurrence of dolostone, referred .
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Cf)arle 3i. anb i Harp aux alcott Hesearcf) j Funb ECHINOIDS FROM THE AIIDDLE EOCENE LAKE CITY FORMATION OF GEORGIA By porter M. KIER U.
National Museum Smithsonian Institution (W ith Ten Plates) ABSTRACT A NEW ECHi NoiD FAUNA IS recorded from a test well in Georgia from an interval identified as the middle Eocene Lake City Formation.
Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City formation of Georgia. Kier, Porter M. Date: Citation: Kier, Porter M. "Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City formation of Georgia." Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections. (2): Show full item record. Files in this item.
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Durham Classification of clypeasteroid echinoids. University of California Publications in Geological Scien Kier, P. Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City Formation of Georgia. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections (2),pls Nisiyama, S. The echinoid fauna from Japan and adjacent. Buy Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City formation of Georgia, (Smithsonian miscellaneous collections) by Porter M Kier (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City Formation of Georgia. Substrate preferences of late Eocene (Priabonian/Jacksonian) echinoids of the eastern Gulf CoastCited by: iv, p.: 26 cm. The echinoids are described from the middle Eocene Warley Hill Formation, Santee Limestone, and Castle Hayne Limestone of North and South Carolina.
Twenty-seven species are present including the following new taxa: Eurhodia baumi, Eurhodia rugosa ideali, Eurhodia rugosa depressa, Eupatagus wilsoni, Eupatagus lawsonae, Linthia harmatuki, Agassizia wilmingtonica Cooke inflata, and Protoscutella mississippiensis (Twitchell) rosehillensis.
Middle and Late Eocene of the south eastern USA. Name gender: feminine: Type: Laganum ocalanum Cooke by original designation. Species Included: D. ocalana (Cooke, ); Ocala Limestone, Late Eocene, Florida, USA. floridana (Twitchell, ); Middle and Late Eocene, south eastern USA. Classification and/or Status.
Porter M. Kier has written: 'Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City formation of Georgia' -- subject(s): Fossil Sea urchins, Paleontology, Sea urchins, Fossil 'The echinoids of the Middle. THE ECHINOID DIRECTORY. Designed and created by Dr.
Andrew B. Smith, The Natural History Museum, London. Edited by Dr. Andrew B. Smith & Dr. Andreas Kroh, Natural History Museum, Vienna, Austria.
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Kier, P. Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City Formation of Georgia. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, pls The Natural History Museum.
echinoids are described from the middle Eocene Warley Hill Formation, Santee Limestone, and Castle Hayne Limestone of North and South Carolina. Twenty-seven species are present including the following new taxa: Eurhodia. Book and Print: Publication Info: Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, and systematics of the bryozoan genus Metrarabdotos A long-range forecast of temperature for 19 United States cities Echinoids from the Middle Eocene Lake City formation of Georgia A study of the Eocene condylarthram mammal Hyopsodus.
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(ISBN:) from Amazon's Book .Author of Oligocene Echinoids of North Carolina, Neogene Paleontology in the Northern Dominican Republic, Echinoids from the Triassic (St.
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The proportion of echinoids during this epoch is three (=%) regular echinoids to 37 (=%) irregular echinoids, bringing the total number of taxa to 40 ().Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download: Download full-size imageCited by: