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    Jennifer Hammock split the classifications by ZooKeys from Phoronis to their own page.

    about 23 hours ago

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    Jennifer Hammock split the classifications by Smithsonian type specimen data from Fragum to their own page.

    about 23 hours ago

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    Jennifer Hammock split the classifications by CalPhotos from Mimulus to their own page.

    about 23 hours ago

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    Jennifer Hammock split the classifications by Smithsonian type specimen data from Thecidellina to their own page.

    about 24 hours ago

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    Yan Wong changed the thumbnail image of "File:LingulaanatinaAA.JPG".

    about 1 month ago

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    Katja Schulz split the classifications by Paleobiology Database from Reticularia Bull., 1788 to their own page.

    3 months ago

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    Katja Schulz split the classifications by IRMNG from Tenerella to their own page.

    3 months ago

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    Aaron Roe marked the classification from "Index Fungorum" as preferred for "Sowerbyella".

    7 months ago

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    RETIREDCURATORFUNDYGEOLOGICALMUS commented on "Distribution habitat":

    Gigantoproductus shells are found at several localities in Nova Scotia, Canada. They are restricted to the Green Oaks Formation (Windsor Group, Visean, range, Late Asbian-Brigantian) and are found in association with colonial corals (Lithostrotion sp.and Lonsdaleia sp.), solitary corals (Dibunophyllum), cephalopods and Semiplanus latissimus. References: Adams, K.D., 1978, Taxonomy and Peleoecology of the gigantoproductids of Nova Scotia. Unpublished MSc. thesis, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia: 247 pp. von Bitter, P.H. & Legrand-Bain, M. 2003. Gigantoproductid brachiopods from the Musquodoboit Limestone of Nova Scotia (Upper Windsor Group, Mississippian): Late Asbian-Brigantian paleobiogeographic connections between Eastern Canada and Central England. In Wong, Th.E. (Ed.), Proceedings of the XVth International Congress on Carboniferous and Permian, Stratigraphy. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Utrecht, the Netherlands, pp 191-203. Qiao, Li and Shen, Shu-Zhong. 2014. A global review of the Late Mississippian (Carboniferous) Gigantoproductus (Brachiopoda) faunas and their paleogeograhical, paleoecological, and paleoclimatic implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 420 (2015) 128-137 Ken Adams Curator Emeritus and Research Associate Nova Scotia Museum

    about 1 year ago

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    keyuanyuan85 commented on "Brief Summary":

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    about 1 year ago • deleted: about 1 year ago

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