Early middle cambrian corals from western new south wales

Jell P.A. and Jell J.S. (1976) Early middle cambrian corals from western new south wales. Alcheringa, 1 2: 181-195. doi:10.1080/03115517608619070


Author Jell P.A.
Jell J.S.
Title Early middle cambrian corals from western new south wales
Journal name Alcheringa   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1752-0754
Publication date 1976-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1080/03115517608619070
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Volume 1
Issue 2
Start page 181
End page 195
Total pages 15
Subject 1105 Dentistry
1911 Palaeontology
Abstract Three forms, Cothonion sympomatum gen. et sp. nov. with a bi-radially septate operculum, and the new species lissa and daseia of the genus Lipopora gen. nov., are described from the early Middle Cambrian Coonigan Formation in the Mootwingee district of western New South Wales, Australia. They may be representatives of hitherto unknown groups of organisms, but they are tentatively interpreted as coelenterates that reached a level of development comparable with the Anthozoa. Cothonion is placed in the new family Cothoniidae and questionably referred to the Rugosa. Lipopora is considered to be similar to Coelenteratella Korde; both are grouped in die new family Lipoporidae and tentatively referred to the Tabulata.
Q-Index Code C1
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