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1 January 2003 EARLY DEVONIAN GASTROPODS FROM ZHUSILENGHAIERHAN REGION, WESTERN INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA
PAN HUA-ZHANG, ALEX G. COOK
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Abstract

Early Devonian (Emsian) gastropods from the Zhusileng Formation of Zhusilenghaierhan Region, West Inner Mongolia, China, consisting of 18 taxa, including Neimongolidiscus circumumbilicus new genus and species, Pseudopharkidonotus sinensis new genus and species, Nodulospira danmianshanensis new genus and species, Zhusilengospira turbiniformis new genus and species, Zhusilengospira compactum new genus and species, Taemasotrochus nodosa new species, and Scalaetrochus sinensis new species. Endemic forms dominate the fauna, which shows some genus level affinities with Eastern Australia, the Kitikami Mountains of Japan. The fauna does feature small numbers of cosmopolitan taxa.

PAN HUA-ZHANG and ALEX G. COOK "EARLY DEVONIAN GASTROPODS FROM ZHUSILENGHAIERHAN REGION, WESTERN INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA," Journal of Paleontology 77(1), 31-43, (1 January 2003). https://doi.org/10.1666/0022-3360(2003)077<0031:EDGFZR>2.0.CO;2
Accepted: 1 February 2002; Published: 1 January 2003
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