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New genera of Early Devonian calceoloid corals from Australia and France
Faculty of Science - Papers (Archive)
  • Anthony J Wright, University of Wollongong
RIS ID
16184
Publication Date
1-1-2006
Publication Details

Wright, A. J. (2006). New genera of Early Devonian calceoloid corals from Australia and France. Palaeoworld, 15 (2), 185-193.

Abstract

Two new Early Devonian genera and species of the family Calceolidae, phylum Cnidaria, are erected; these are Richtereola disruptus n. gen., n. sp., from the Emsian (perbonus conodont zone) of the Taemas area, NSW, Australia and from the Emsian Izarne Formation (gronbergi conodont zone) of the Montagne Noire, southern France; and Savageola unicus n. gen., n. sp. from the Lochkovian (eurekaensis conodont zone) Mandagery Park Formation at Manildra, NSW, Australia. These taxa are essentially defined on opercular characters; well-preserved opercula are essential for confident generic assignment of calceoloid material. Savageola is known only from eastern Australia, but Richtereola is known from the Early Devonian of eastern Australia, southern France, South China (where it is represented by Calceola sandalina naningensis) and north Vietnam.

Citation Information
Anthony J Wright. "New genera of Early Devonian calceoloid corals from Australia and France" (2006) p. 185 - 193
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