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Fossil specimen : OUM E.01393 – Paralectotype

Taxonomic Group

Kingdom Animalia

  Phylum Arthropoda

    Class Trilobita

      Order Proetida

Fossil Name Bollandia globiceps (Phillips, 1836)
Type Status Paralectotype
Name History

Bollandia globiceps (Phillips, 1836) – See Morris (1988): Paralectotype

Bollandia globiceps (Phillips, 1836) – See Hahn & Hahn (1971): Paralectotype

Bollandia globiceps (Phillips, 1836) – See Omólska (1970): Paralectotype

Asaphus globiceps Phillips, 1836 – See Phillips (1836): Syntype

Registration No. E.01393
Collector Name not available
Donor or Associated Person Phillips, J.
Held By Oxford University Museum of Natural History Logo Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Country Ireland
Locality Millicent, Clane, County Kildare
Grid Reference Available from host institution
Rock Unit Carboniferous Limestone Supergroup
Biozone Not available
Geological Age

Courceyan Substage (Carboniferous Period) (346.7 – 358.9 Ma B.P.)

[Closest ICS interval: Tournaisian Age ]


HAHN, G. and HAHN, R. 1971. Revision von Griffithides (Bollandia). Palaeontographica, Band 137, Abt. A, 109-154. p. 118

MORRIS, S.F. 1988. A review of British trilobites, including a synoptic revision of Salter's monograph. Palaeontogr. Soc. (Monogr.), 1-316. p. 35

OSMÓLSKA, H. 1970. Revision of non-cyrtosymbolinid trilobites from the Tournasian-Namurian of Eurasia. Palaeontologica Polonica, 23, 1-165. p. 35

PHILLIPS, J. 1836. Illustrations of the Geology of Yorkshire, or a description of the Strata and organic remains, part II - The Mountain Limestone district. John Murray, London, 253 pp., pls I-XXV. p. 240; pl. XXII, figs 19, 20

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