Species of the genus Schwagerina and their stratigraphic significance by J. W. Beede

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Subjects:

  • Schwagerina.,
  • Paleontology -- Permian.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Permian.

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Includes index.

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Statementby J.W. Beede and Hedwig T. Kniker.
SeriesUniversity of Texas bulletin ;, no. 2433: Sept. 1, 1924, University of Texas bulletin ;, no. 2433.
ContributionsKniker, Hedwig Thusnelda.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE772 .B4
The Physical Object
Pagination96 p., 9 leaves of plates :
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6684969M
LC Control Number25027299
OCLC/WorldCa1516693

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Their regular variability in time and space was established and due to that stratigraphic division of the studied sediments was carried out. 11 species of 3 foraminifer genera and 9 species.

Abstract. In situ spores are described from Pennsylvanian-age sphenopsid cones. Spores from cones referable to the plant Calamites have been shown to resemble the dispersed spore genera Elaterites, Vestispora, or Calamospora at different stages in spore ontogeny.

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authors meant the FO of the inflated schwagerinids (e.g., Beede and Kniker, ). In order to establish a refined biostratigraphic subdivision and correlation of the Uppermost Carboniferous/Lower Permian Sakmarian and Artinskian faunas reveal an increasing divergence in species and genus composition.

& Kniker, H. (): Species of the genusSchwagerina and their stratigraphic significance.—Univ. Texas Bull Cited by: Its characteristic fossils include the fusulinid genus Schwagerina, which first appears in the underlying Wolfcamp series, and does not extend into the overlying Guadalupe series.

With it are older species of Parafusulina, which are smaller and less highly developed than species of the same genus in the Guadalupe series above. A new genus Biwaella, Schwagerina-like Schubertella. Science Reports of the Saitama University, Urawa, Series B 3 (3) New species of Fusulinidae of the Subfamily Schubertellinae Skinner from the Carboniferous and Lower Permian of the Bashkirian Cis-Urals.

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Cushman Laboratory for Foraminiferal Research, Brook Road, Sharon, Mass., U. December, Möller (), believing the specimens he was studying were the same as Ehrenberg's B. princeps, selected Ehrenberg's species (and specimens) as the type of his new genus Schwagerina.

Much later Dunbar and Skinner () restudied the type specimens of Ehrenberg's Borelis princeps and discovered they were significantly different from the highly inflated specimens.

Note: Many references were provided by P. Rodda, J. Casey and R. Girard in andand by in Numerous species were described by W. Wheeler, C. Brues, A. Melander and C. McClendon in papers listed as “Contributions from the Zoological Laboratory of the Universityof Texas”. The stratigraphic significance of Pseudo-schwagerina was first discussed by Beede & Kniker () who pointed out that the first appearance of this genus coincided with the beginning of the Permian Period.

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