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Ostracoda From the Ellis Bay Formation (Ordovician), Anticosti Island, Quebec.

Geological Survey of Canada.

Ostracoda From the Ellis Bay Formation (Ordovician), Anticosti Island, Quebec.

by Geological Survey of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesPaper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 72-43
ContributionsCopeland, M.J.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21905357M

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Get this from a library. Ostracoda from the Ellis Bay formation (Ordovician), Anticosti Island, Quebec. [M J Copeland]. Ellis, Brooks Fleming, Catalogue of Ostracoda. New York, American Museum of Natural History, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brooks Fleming Ellis; Angelina R Messina.

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Ostracods form a significant component of the Late Ordovician fossil fauna of the Ellis Bay Formation, Anticosti Island, Canada. Sixty-two ostracod species are identified, belonging to 36 genera. These include 14 species described as new, and 13 species described in open by: 1.

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Pre—Middle Devonian Ostracoda occur in three northeast—trending structural provinces of eastern Canada. They comprise biogeographically and stratigraphically distinctive leperditicopid, palaeocopid and podocopid assemblages dominated by Ordovician hollinids in the northern (Anticosti Basin) province and by Siluro—Devonian beyrichiids in all three by: 3.

Tatsuhiko Yamaguchi, James L. Goedert, A New Species of Cythere (Ostracoda) from the Middle Eocene McIntosh Formation, Doty Hills, Washington State, USA, and its Significance for the Evolutionary History of the Genus, Journal of Paleontology, /, 84, 4, (), (). The range of δ 13 C values recorded by Desrochers et al.

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In Maddocks, R. (ed.) Applications of Ostracoda. Department of Geosciences of the University of Houston, Houston: – The Ellis Bay Formation is a geologic formation in Quebec. It preserves fossils dating back to the Ordovician period.

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The position of the species and genus within the family Anthaspidellidae is briefly discussed Includes bibliographical references (p. ).A small number of the Ellis Bay Formation ostracod species are recorded elsewhere, from Sandbian and Katian age successions.

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