2 edition of Notes on the ontogeny of Isotelus gigas Dekay found in the catalog.
Notes on the ontogeny of Isotelus gigas Dekay
Percy E. Raymond
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Isotelus gigas Dekay|
|Statement||by Percy E. Raymond.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College -- v. 58, no. 5, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology -- v. 58, no. 5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. -263, 3 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||263|
The chambered cephalopod shell has long been a subject of scientific investigation. However, a rudimentary understanding of the function of the shell in supporting external pressure was not achieved. Genus ISOTELUS DeKay, Type species. Isotelus gigas DeKay, , Ordovician, Trenton Group, Herkimer County, New York State. Isotelus spp. Text‐figure 2A–L. Figure TEXT‐FIG. 2. Open in Because this relative elongation occurs later in ontogeny, it is not unreasonable to assume that this is the mature form of the species.
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Book Title. The type species of the Ordovician trilobite genus Isotelus I. gigas Dekay, / By. Rudkin, David M., Tripp, Ronald P. (Ronald Pearson), Royal Ontario Museum. Publication Details. Toronto:Royal Ontario Museum, Holding Institution.
Royal Ontario Museum () Cited by: 4.The type species of the Ordovician trilobite genus Isotelus I. gigas Dekay, / David M. Rudkin and Ronald P. Tripp Royal Ontario Museum Toronto Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
For example, I. gigas Dekay,the type species of Isotelus, and I. walcotti Walcott,were revised recently by Rud-kin and Tripp (), but most other members of the genus remain poorly. Notes on the Ontogeny of Isotelus gigas Dekay. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., Vol.
58, No. 5, pp. ,3 Pls. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Dekay (), in his original description of Isotelus gigas, states only that the specimens he described were found by Mr.
John Sherman of Olden Bameveld at Trenton Falls. Dekay rec- ognized them as belonging to a new genus, for which he proposed the name Isotelus (from the Greek, equal ex.
Stubblefield; Notes on the Development of a Trilobite, Shumardia pusilla (Sars)., Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, Vol Issue1 Sept. Description: The Journal of Paleontology, published by the Paleontological Society, includes original articles and notes on the systematics of fossil organisms and the implications of systematics to biostratigraphy, paleoecology, paleogeography, and Journal emphasizes specimen-based research and features high quality illustrations.
All taxonomic groups are treated, including. Full text of "Lectotype selections for Ordovician trilobites from the Girvan district, Strathclyde" See other formats Lectotype selections for Ordovician trilobites from the Girvan District, Strathclyde S. Morris and R. Tripp Department of Palaeontology, British Museum (Natural History), Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD Synopsis Thirty-two lectotypes are selected for species of trilobites.
DeKay (): Isotelus gigas: Head representing a spherical triangle, surface punctate, convex descending from between the eyes to the anterior border, which has a narrow raised rim: posterior extremity concave and corresponding to the articulation of the abdomen.
Eyes elevated, prominent, sub-pedunculated; cornea oblong, lunated, highly polished. Isotelus. Isotelus maximus MUGM scale bar is 4 mm. Species. Isotelus gigas DeKay Occurrence: Reference: Ross, ; Babcock, Lacks genal spines or has shorter genal spines than I.
maximus; also more triangular cephalic and pygidial margins than I. Isotelus (nimen merkitys: ”yhtäläiset ääripäät”) on sukupuuttoon kuollut ordovikikautinen trilobiitti suku, joka kuuluu lahkoon Asaphida ja heimoon fossiileja on löydetty Pohjois-Amerikasta.
Ominaisuudet. Isotelus on tasainen trilobiitti, jolta puuttuu etukaari. Sen silmät ovat korkealla päässä ja joillain lajeilla ne ovat jopa jonkin verran g: Notes. †Isotelus gigas Dekay (trilobite) Trilobita - Asaphida - Asaphidae.
PaleoDB taxon number: Belongs to Isotelus according to Dekay Sister taxa: Isotelus aktchokensis, Isotelus bradleyi, Isotelus copenhagenensis, Isotelus frognoensis, Isotelus giganteus, Isotelus harrisi, Isotelus iowensis, Isotelus kimmswickensis, Isotelus maximus, Isotelus megistos, Isotelus parvirugosus.
Isotelus gigas Description Isotelus is a genus of asaphid trilobites from the middle and upper Ordovician period, fairly common in the Northeastern United States, northwest Manitoba, southwestern Quebec and southeastern Ontario.
Notes on the ontogeny of Isotelus gigas Dekay. Raymond, Raymond. Notes on invertebrate fossils, with descriptions of new species. Raymond, Raymond. Stratigraphy of the Garden City formation in Northeastern Utah, and its trilobite faunas.
Ross, Ross. Ontogenies of three Garden City (early Ordovician) trilobites. Isotelus is a genus of asaphid trilobites from the middle and upper Ordovician period, fairly common in the Northeastern United States, northwest Manitoba, southwestern Quebec and southeastern species, Isotelus rex, is currently the world's largest trilobite ever found as a complete fossil.
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