2 edition of Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History found in the catalog.
Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History
Matthew H. Nitecki
|Statement||[by] Matthew H. Nitecki and Eugene S. Richardson, Jr.|
|Series||Fieldiana., v. 17, no. 1, [Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago] Publication 1018, Publication (Field Museum of Natural History) ;, 1018.|
|Contributions||Richardson, Eugene Stanley, 1916- joint author., Field Museum of Natural History.|
|LC Classifications||QE1 .F4 vol. 17, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||101|
|LC Control Number||66029960|
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Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History () and Field Museum of Natural History (), and as Fieldiana: Geology by Chicago Natural History Museum () and Field Museum of Natural History () This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Pages: Title. Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History / Title Variants: Alternative: Catalog of conodonts Related Titles. Series: Fieldiana. Geology ; v. 17, no. Catalog of Type Specimens of Conodonts in the Field Museum of Nat- ural History.
By Matthew H. Nitecki and Eugene S. Richardson, Jr. 1 2. Bibliographic Index of North American Archaeocyathids. By Matthew H. Nitecki 3. The Family Caseidae.
By Everett C. Olson 4. Early Devonian Lungfishes from Wyoming, Utah, and Idaho. Get this from a library. Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History. [Matthew H Nitecki; Eugene S Richardson, Jr.; Field Museum of Natural History.].
Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History / By Matthew H. Nitecki, Eugene Stanley Richardson and Field Museum of Natural History.
Abstract. vno.1 ( Catalog of Type Specimens of Invertebrate Fossils: Conodonta Introduction This catalog is the first product of a newly in stituted Electronic Data Processing program in col lection management in the Department of Paleo biology at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.
New cataloging procedures. Catalog of Type Specimens of Recent Fishes in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, 7: Chaenopsidae, Clinidae.
We list 1, nominal taxa of Recent fishes for which there are type specimens present in Field Museum of Natural History, including holotypes, eight lectotypes, three neotypes, 48 taxa.
The Field Museum’s collection can be categorized into four main groups. The largest portion of the collection is Zoology, which includes 17 million insect specimens. Our Botany and Geology collections each have about million items, and our Anthropology collection.
This tenth part of “Type Specimens of Birds in the American Museum of Natural History” includes taxa in the family Emberizidae in volume 13 of Peters' Check-list of birds of the world (Paynter, a).The original description of each taxon has been consulted and the currently accepted name of the taxon has been listed with reference to Dickinson ().Cited by: 7.
The oldest conodonts are from Lower Cambrian rocks; they are largely single cones. Compound types appeared in the Ordovician Period, and by Silurian time there were many different species of cones, bars, and blade types.
The greatest abundance and diversity of conodont shape was in the Devonian Period. Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History / [by] Matthew H.
Nitecki -- and Eugene S. Richardson, Jr. By Matthew H. Nitecki, Eugene Stanley Richardson and Field Museum of Natural History. Topics: Catalogs and collections, Author: Matthew H. Nitecki, Eugene Stanley Richardson. Roe, Arthur, and John S.
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Catalog of type specimens of conodonts in the Field Museum of Natural History / View Metadata By: Nitecki, Matthew H. - Richardson, Eugene Stanley, - Field Museum of Natural History. The youngest conodont specimen of this species was found in the earliest Hettangian of Hungary, when the final extinction of conodonts occurred.
Discovery and understanding of conodonts. Conodonts, that is, the teeth-like fossils, were first discovered by Heinz Christian Pander, the results published, in Saint Petersburg, Russia, in Class: †Conodonta, Eichenberg Buy Catalogue of type specimens of fossil brachiopods in Field Museum of Natural History Volume Fieldiana, Geology, Vol on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
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Porifera. 6: $ Nitecki, M. Catalogue of Type Specimens in the Walker Museum of Paleontology and Chicago. For natural history collections, a large fraction of the scientific value of the specimen is tied to its associated data. The catalog number is the link between the specimen and the data; if this link is broken, then the specimen may lose much of its usefulness for research and education.
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“The perception of dark and dusty is a Hollywood cliché,” says Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History curator Hans-Dieter Sues. Museums carefully plan how to care for their specimens. Montana specimens (loc. 4, 5) are reposited in the University of Iowa collections (SUI). Types originally figured by Cooper () and reillustrated here are housed in the Field Museum of Natural History (Nitecki and Richardson,p.
3. Agematsu S, Uesugi K, Hiroyoshi S, Sashida K. Reconstruction of the multielement apparatus of the earliest Triassic conodont, Hindeodus parvus, using synchotron radiation X-ray micro-tomography.
Marissa: One of the grandfathers of modern natural history is John James Audubon. Audubon was born in in Saint-Dominque (modern Haiti). He was the illegitimate son of a French merchant, planter, and slave trader and a Creole woman from Saint-Domingue, most probably one of the family’s domestic : Elizabeth Garner Masarik.
The American Museum of Natural History's fossil mammal collection is the largest collection of its type in the world. An estimatedspecimens, representing 46 extinct and extant orders, 2, extinct genera, and 7, species are housed on seven floors of the Museum's Childs Frick Building.
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A photographic exhibition at NMI Decorative Arts & History. From 21 November, to the one recently published for the history of herpetology in the American Museum of Natural History in New York (C. Myers, ; see also Resetar and Voris,for a brief history of herpetology in the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago).
Our account and that of the history of ornithological. From the Mississippian of Texas, the Chappel Limestone contains a diverse conodont fauna. Occasional shark teeth can also be found.
ID card provided with each sample. Excellent preservation and some of the conodonts can be quite large. Please see our new book on the Conodonts of the Chappel Limestone.
Onychopterella (/ ˌ ɒ n ɪ k ɒ p t ə ˈ r ɛ l ə / ON-ə-kop-tə-REL-ə, from Ancient Greek: ὄνῠξ (ónyx), "claw", and πτερόν (pteron), "wing") is a genus of predatory eurypterid ("sea scorpion"), an extinct group of aquatic arthropods. Fossils of Onychopterella have been discovered in deposits from the Late Ordovician to the Late genus contains three species: O Family: †Onychopterellidae.
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Some of the specimens retained by the Academy and possibly some of those given to Hamline University are now incorporated into the Bell Museum collection. Some specimens.