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Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America

Roger S. Miles

Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America

by Roger S. Miles

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Published by Almqvist & Wiksell in Stockholm .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arthrodira.,
  • Paleontology -- Devonian.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography : p.47-49.

    Statementby Roger S. Miles.
    SeriesKungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademiens handlingar,, 4. Ser., Bd. 10, Nr. 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ64 .S85 ser. 4, bd. 10, nr. 3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination49 p. :
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5571658M
    LC Control Number67080306
    OCLC/WorldCa4096837


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Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America by Roger S. Miles Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The dermal morphology of the small coccosteomorph arthrodire Millerosteus minor, from the Middle Old Red Sandstone Mey Beds of Caithness and the Orkneys, is redescribed. The short account by Heintz () is shown to contain errors and omissions which subsequent authors later by:   On some coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of Arizona.

Arkiv för Zoologi, – MILES, R. S., Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America.

Cited by: Protitanichthys and some other Coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America. Kungliga Suenska Vetenskapsakademim Handlingar, 1 4 9.

A eubrachythoracid arthrodire with a. Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America. -Kungliga Svenska VetenskapsAkademiens Handlingar, Cited by:   A new genus of long-snouted, eubrachythoracid arthrodire, Camuropiscis gen. nov., is described from the Upper Devonian Gogo formation of Western Australia.

It is represented by two species, the type C. concinnus sp. nov. and C. laidlawi sp. by:   The cladtstic framework for the description of arthrodires is further revised, and a new genus of eubrachythoracid, Torosteus gen. nov, is described from the Upper Devonian Gogo Formation of Western Australia.

The structure and Cited by:   Two monotypic genera of coccosteoid eubrachythoracid arthrodires are described from the Upper Devonian Gogo Formation of Western Australia as Compagopiscisgen. nov. and Gogopiscisgen. nov. They are most closely related to Torosteus Gardiner & Miles, also from the Gogo Formation, and all three are placed in the family Cited by: Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America, Kungl.

Svenska Vetenskapsakad. Handl., 10 (3), Miles R.S. et Westoll T.S. Cited by: 2. Vertebrate fossils of the lower Middle Devonian Mühlenberg Formation from the western Bergisches Land (eastern Rhenish Massif) are described. The placoderms are represented by disarticulated plates of coccosteid arthrodires and the acanthodians by several ischnacanthid jaw bones and aMachaeracanthus finspine.

The arthrodires are assigned to a Cited by: 3. Miles, R. (b) Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America.

svenska VetenskAkad. Handl,(4) 10 1– from the Devonian of other areas of North America, such as New York, Tennessee, Ohio, and Kentucky (Roen, ). In Michigan, coral reefs disappear at the base of the Frasnian.

Miles RS () Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America. Kungl Svenska Vetens Handl 1– Kungl Svenska Vetens Handl 1– Google Scholar. An examination of the Devonian fishes of Michigan.

Similar black shale deposition has been recorded from the Devonian of other areas of North America, such as New York, Tennessee, Ohio, Protitanichthys and some other coccosteomorph arthrodires from the Devonian of North America.

Full text of "Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales" See other formats. Attempts were made to record items that had underwent some critical review before publication. Journal articles, theses, edited books and survey publications were added first.

Some publications from the gray literature - magazine articles, popular works, etc. were also incorporated into this database when relevant. Michigan Geology: A Bibliography Peter Voice PhD Michigan Geological Survey Data Compilation Series Volume 2 January, ©Michigan Geological Survey, Cover Illustration: View of Banded Iron Formation at Jasper Knob, Ishpeming, Michigan.

Picture courtesy of Mrs. Linda Harrison. ii.