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Fossil specimen : OUM B.00009 – Syntype

Taxonomy
Taxonomic Group

Kingdom Animalia

  Phylum Arthropoda

    Class Trilobita

      Order Phacopida

Fossil Name Neseuretus ramseyensis Hicks, 1873
Type Status Syntype
Name History

Neseuretus ramseyensis Hicks, 1873 – See Bates (1969)

Neseuretus quadratus Hicks, 1873 – See Edmonds (1949): Syntype

Homalonotus (Eohomalonotus) quadratus (Hicks, 1873) – See Reed (1931): Syntype

Neseuretus quadratus Hicks, 1873 – See Hicks (1873): Syntype

Provenance
Registration No. B.00009
Collector Name not available
Donor or Associated Person Hicks, H. 1875
Held By Oxford University Museum of Natural History Logo Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Comments
Location
Country Wales
Locality Ramsey Island, St David's, Pembrokeshire
Grid Reference Available from host institution
Stratigraphy
Rock Unit Ogof HĂȘn Formation
Biozone Not available
Geological Age

Arenig Series (Ordovician Period) (467 – 478.6 Ma B.P.)

[Closest ICS interval: Mid Ordovician Epoch – Early Ordovician Epoch ]

References
References

BATES, D.E.B. 1969. Some early Arenig brachiopods and trilobites from Wales. Bull. Br. Mus. nat. Hist. (Geology), 18 (1), 1-28. p. 23; pl. 8, fig. 6

EDMONDS, J.M. 1949. Type and figured specimens of Lower Palaeozoic trilobites in the University Museum, Oxford. Geol. Mag., 86, 57-66. p. 61

HICKS, H. 1873. On the Tremadoc rocks in the neighbourhood of St. David's, South Wales and their fossil content. Q. Jl. geol. Soc. Lond., XXIX (1), 39-52. pp. 45, 51; pl. III, fig. 12

REED, F.R.C. 1918. Notes on the genus Homalonotus. Geol. Mag., 65, 314-327. p. 321

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