Jacoburbirostrum, a new middle Famennian rhynchonellid (brachiopod) genus from southwestern New York State

 

Authors: Sartenaer P

Published in: Bulletin of Geosciences, volume 89, issue 3; pages: 607 - 616; Received 2 February 2013; Accepted in revised form 21 November 2013; Online 15 May 2014

Keywords: Jacoburbirostrum, Jacoburbirostridae, rhynchonellid, brachiopod, middle Famennian, New York State,

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Abstract

Jacoburbirostrum gen. nov., type species Atrypa duplicata Hall, 1843, is described from the middle Famennian (II-G) of southwestern New York State, and a lectotype is formally designated. New family Jacoburbirostridae is established.

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