5 edition of Fish from the freshwater Lower Cretaceous of Victoria, Australia found in the catalog.
Fish from the freshwater Lower Cretaceous of Victoria, Australia
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|Series||Special papers in palaeontology, no. 9, Special papers in palaeontology ;, no. 9.|
|LC Classifications||QE851 .W28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 124 p.,  plates.|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||72190270|
1. Introduction. The Koonwarra Fossil Bed (south Gippsland, Victoria) in Australia was discovered in (Jell and Duncan, ).Using plant micro- and macrofossils the sediments from Konwarra were dated as Aptian, Early Cretaceous (– Ma) (Dettmann, , Douglas, , Douglas, ) and the outcrop was named as “one of the great fossil localities of the Mesozoic Era”. Fulgurotherium australe was a small ornithopod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of otherium, known from Lightning Ridge in New South Wales and perhaps from Victoria, was one of the first Australian dinosaurs to be scientifically ing Ridge was on or near the palaeo-Antarctic Circle during the Early Cretaceous. This southern high-latitude position meant the .
Two fleas have been collected in association with abundant remains of fish, plants, phyllopod Crustacea (Conchostraca, Anostraca and Cladocera) and other insects in a Lower Cretaceous siltstone at. Koonwarra is a town in the South Gippsland region of Victoria, the census, Koonwarra had a population of The town straddles the South Gippsland Highway. Located around km southeast of Melbourne, the town was served by rail from the s until with the closing of the rail line to Barry Beach.
The Cretaceous Period was the third, last and longest interval of the Mesozoic Era, lasted approximately to 66 Ma (79 million years) and witnessed important changes to life on Earth, from the. Most of the Mesozoic specimens were collected from the Lower Cretaceous Jinju Formation, and are all freshwater fish taxa, including teleosteans (Osteoglossiformes, Elopiformes, Albuliformes, and.
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Fish from the freshwater Lower Cretaceous of Victoria, Australia. London: Palaeontological Association ; Oxford: Distributed by Blackwell, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael Waldman.
Archaeomaenidae is an extinct family of pachycormid fish found in freshwater environments of Jurassic New South Wales of Australia, China, and Antarctica, and in Lower Cretaceous New South Wales and Mongolia.
Archaeomaenidae was originally erected for the (then) two species of Archaeomaene of the Talbragar fishbeds, but was then later expanded to include the other Talbragar fish genera of Class: Actinopterygii.
Koonwarria manifrons is an extinct prehistoric ray-finned fish that lived in a polar lake in what is now Koonwarra, Victoria, Australia. Fossils have been retrieved from the Strzelecki Group. Koonwarria manifrons shares many anatomical similarities with the family Archaeomaenidae, and is assumed to be descended from the archaeomaenids, but, is regarded as distinct enough to be placed in its Class: Actinopterygii.
Plants and invertebrates from the Lower Cretaceous Koonwarra Fossil Bed, South Gippsland, Victoria / P.A. Jell & J. Roberts, editors Association of Australasian Palaeontologists Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation.
Roberts, J. & Jell, P. & Association of Australasian Palaeontologists. Organic geochemistry of a high-latitude Lower Cretaceous lacustrine sediment sample from the Koonwarra Fossil Beds, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 73– The Koonwarra Fossil Beds are widely recognized for their high-fidelitypreservation of freshwater/terrestrial vertebrate and invertebrate by: 4.
Waldman, M. Fish from the freshwater Lower Cretaceous of. from Victoria, Australia, were first reported in the s, it was not until the s that detailed studies of these fossils. The South Polar region of the Cretaceous comprised the continent of East Gondwana–modern day Australia and Antarctica–a product of the break-up of southern region, during this time, was much warmer than it is today, ranging from perhaps 4–8 °C (39–46 °F) in the latest Cretaceous Maastrichtian in what is now southeastern Australia.
View all references, and Megalovirgus stirlingi sp. nov. are among the first Cretaceous freshwater bivalves to be described from Victoria and were recovered from upper Strezlecki Group (lower.
Fish from the freshwater Lower Cretaceous of Victoria, Australia with comments of the palaeo-environment. Special Papers in Palaeontology [M. Bell/M. Bell] more details Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis. Popular fish species Victoria's inland lakes and rivers support a range of native fish and introduced species of interest to freshwater recreational anglers.
Learn more about their distribution, biology and preferred habitats. First record of a pachycormid fish (Actinopterygii: Pachycormiformes) from the Lower Cretaceous of Australia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology: Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. M. WaldmanFish from the freshwater Lower Cretaceous of Victoria, Australia, with comments on the palaeo-environment Spec.
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Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (4): – Cladocyclus is a genus of ichthyodectiform fish that is best known from fossils found in shallow marine Cretaceous deposits in Brazil and Morocco.Freshwater branchiopod communities exhibit morphological and ecological stasis with the remote past.
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