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Fossil specimen : SM A 10963 – Syntype

Taxonomy
Taxonomic Group

Kingdom Animalia

  Phylum Arthropoda

    Class Trilobita

      Order Phacopida

Fossil Name Kloucekia apiculata (McCoy)
Type Status Syntype
Name History

Kloucekia apiculata (McCoy)

Phacops (Acaste) apiculatus Salter

Phacops (Phacops) apiculatus Salter

Phacops (Portlockia) apiculata [McCoy ex] Salter ms.: Syntype

Provenance
Registration No. A 10963
Collector Name not available
Donor or Associated Person Name not available
Held By Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences Logo Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences
Comments part and counterpart : (parts a-b)
Location
Country Wales
Locality Rhiwargor, Llanwddyn, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Grid Reference Not available
Stratigraphy
Rock Unit Schists
Biozone Not available
Geological Age

Ashgill Series (Ordovician Period) – Caradoc Series (Ordovician Period) (443.7 – 460.9 Ma B.P.)

[Closest ICS interval: Late Ordovician Epoch ]

References
References

Harper 1947 a. Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser. (11) vol. xiv (4): p.171

McCoy 1851 a. A synopsis of the classification of the British Palaeozoic rocks with a systematic description of the British Palaeozoic fossils (1): p.162 pl. 1 g fig. 19

McCoy 1852 a. A synopsis of the classification of the British Palaeozoic rocks with a systematic description of the British Palaeozoic fossils Palaeontographical Society Monographs (2): p. iii appendix a

Whittington, H.B. 1962. A monograph of the Ordovician Trilobites of the Bala area, Merioneth Palaeontographical Society Monographs (5): p.9 pl. i figs. 8, 12

Woods, H. 1891. Catalogue of the Type Fossils in the Woodwardian Museum, Cambridge. Henry Woods with preface by T. McKenny Hughes CUP. 180+xiv SPL: II. 16 (3): p.149

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