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Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, People"s Republic of China
Gary N. Lane
|Other titles||Journal of paleontology. Supplement ; v. 71, no. 2.|
|Statement||N. Gary Lane, Johnny A. Waters, and Christopher G. Maples.|
|Series||Memoir / Paleontological Society -- 47., Memoir (Paleontological Society) -- 47.|
|Contributions||Waters, Johnny A., Maples, Christopher Grant, 1955-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
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ECHINODERM FAUNAS OF TjHE HONGGULELENG FORMATION, LATE DEVONIAN (FAMENNIAN), XINJIANG-UYGUR AUTONOMOUS REGION, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA N. GARY LANE, JOHNNY A.
WATERS, AND CHRISTOPHER G. MAPLES Department of Geological Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington Department of Geology, State University of West Georgia, Carrollton.
Late Devonian and Early Mississippian echinoderms from central and northern Iran - Volume 81 Issue 5 - Gary D. Webster, Christopher G. Maples, Mehdi Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation by: Echinoderm Faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China (pp.
) N. Gary Lane, Johnny A. Waters and Christopher G. Maples. Famennian (Late Devonian) echinoderm faunas are poorly known on a global basis, although reasonably diverse faunas have been reported from England and Germany.
Herein we report on the most abundant and diverse fauna of Palaeozoic crinoids and blastoids collected from Mongolia to date. The fauna is from the Late Devonian (Famennian) Samnuuruul Formation in western Mongolia. The fauna consists of two genera of blastoids and twelve genera of crinoids—four genera of camerates, three genera of flexibles, one disparid genus, and four genera of cladids.
The Devonian and Mississippian faunas are more closely related to coeval European faunas than they are to North American faunas. The Yunnan Devonian and Mississippian faunas. The Hongguleleng Formation ( m) is characterized by bioclastic argillaceous limestones and marls (the dominant facies) intercalated with green spiculitic calcareous shales.
It yields abundant and highly diverse faunas of bryozoans, brachiopods and crinoids with subordinate solitary rugose corals, ostracods, trilobites, conodonts and other. Among the better known pelagic faunas, a conodont and rediversification is known among other faunas, e.g.
echinoderms (Lane et al. ; Erwin ). As an integrative biostratigraphic synopsis, the data in this Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang−.
In the study area, the Hongguleleng Formation conformably overlies the Late Devonian fluvial/estuarine deposits of the Zhulumute Formation, which in turn is separated from the Silurian volcanic rocks by an angular unconformity (Wang et al., ).Two sections were investigated in this study: the Bulongguoer (GPS coordinates: N46°45′″; E86°08′″) and Wulankeshun (GPS.
Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, China. Paleontological Society Memoir, 47, 1. InChen and Yao described the first major Paleozoic echinoderm faunas reported from China.
Restudy of these Middle and Late Devonian, Early Carboniferous, and Early Permian faunas collected from the Basoshan tectonic block of western Yunnan resulted in some systematic and paleogeographic revisions. The Baoshan block originated on the northern part of Gondwana at about.
1. Introduction. The Late Devonian sequence near the Boulongour Reservoir (Junggar area, Northwest Xinjiang) is characterized by an abundant and diversified fossil flora and fauna consisting of acritarchs, spores, radiolarians, sponges, corals, trilobites, ostracods, gastropods, cephalopods, brachiopods, bryozoans, echinoderms (blastoids and crinoids), conodonts and fish teeth.
Request PDF | Discovery and significance of Late Famennian ammonoid faunas in western Junggar, Xinjiang | A number of ammonoids are discovered for the first time from the Late Devonian (late.
Late Devonian book sections of the Late Devonian to Early Carboniferous Hongguleleng Formation in the Sha'erbuerti and Xiemisitai mountains of western Junggar, NW China were logged in detail and studied with particular reference to their trace fossil content and sedimentary features.
Late Devonian to Early Carboniferous stratigraphic units within the 'Zhulumute' Formation, Hongguleleng Formation (stratotype), 'Hebukehe' Formation and the Heishantou Formation near the Boulongour Reservoir in northwestern Xinjiang are fossil-rich.
The Hongguleleng and 'Hebukehe' formations are biostratigraphically well constrained by microfossils from the latest Frasnian. WATERS ET AL.-NEW LATE DEVONIAN PELMATOZOANS FROM CHINA - Hongguleleng echinoderms FIGURE 1-Paleogeographic reconstruction for the Famennian ( Ma) from Scotese, PaleoMap project.
Echinoderm faunas from the Hong-guleleng were located on the northeastern tip of Kazakhstan in this reconstruction. the Hongguleleng Formation. Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China. -The Paleontological Society Memoir 1– Google Scholar.
The few Pennsylvanian echinoderm faunas reported from the Paleotethys are from China, Japan, and Australia. N.G. Lane, J.A. Waters, C.G. MaplesEchinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur with Names of Authors, Dates, Places of Publication, Groups of Books in which Found, and the Etymology.
Late Devonian to Early Carboniferous stratigraphic units within the ‘Zhulumute’ Formation, Hongguleleng Formation (stratotype), ‘Hebukehe’ Formation and the Heishantou Formation near the. The Hongguleleng faunas are critical in understanding pelmatozoan biogeography and evolution in the aftermath of Devonian extinction event(s) prior to the Carboniferous echinoderm diversification, as they indicate that diversification and re-radiation of stemmed echinoderms already were well underway before the close of the Famennian.
Its journals, Special Publications and books are internationally renowned and are available electronically via the Society's own Lyell Collection, and also via GeoScienceWorld. Late Devonian echinoderms from the Hongguleleng Formation of northwestern China: Webster,G.
et al. Geological Society, London, Special Publications(),(1) Lane NG, Waters JA, Maples CG () Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-uygur Autonomous Region, People’s Republic of China. Paleontol Soc Mem –43 Google Scholar. From the Middle Carboniferous Liushugou Formation and dike swarms intruding into the formation, Johnny A.
Waters, Christopher G. Maples, Echinoderm Faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian Hou Hong-Fei, Wang Jin-Xing, A quadrupling of Famennian pelmatozoan diversity: New Late Devonian blastoids and crinoids from. the Hongguleleng Formation at approximately 25 to 30 degrees north, a more tropical setting than the previous palaeogeographic reconstructions reported by Waters et al.
The diversity of the marine faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation is consistent with a tropical setting. Previous investigations.
Campbell, K.S.W. Trilobites of the Haragan, Bois d'Arc and Frisco Formations (early Devonian), Arbuckle mountain region, Oklahoma. Oklahoma geological survey bulletin Clement, C. Echinoderm faunas of the Decatur limestone and Ross formation (upper Silurian to lower Devonian) of west central Tennessee.
The crinoids and blastoids from the Pilton (Beds) Formation of the type Devonian of north Devonshire are revised. These fossils were monographed by the. The Devonian was a critical period with respect to the diversification of early terrestrial ecosystems. The geotectonic setting was characterized by the switch from the post-Caledonian to the pre-Variscan situation.
Plant life on land evolved from tiny tracheophytes to trees of considerable size in combination with a global increase in terrestrial biomass, and vertebrates started to conquer. DAGGER Group Publications (* denotes student author)Carmichael, Sarah K., Waters, Johnny.
A., Königshof, Peter, Suttner, Thomas S., and Kido, Erika,Paleogeography and paleoenvironments of the Late Devonian Kellwasser Event: a review of its sedimentological and geochemical expression, Global and Planetary Change (Special issue on Devonian global changes - recent advances and.
Echinoderms were a major enduring component of Paleozoic marine faunas beginning with the rapid diversification of crinoids and other classes in the Early Ordovician.
This diversification was triggered by increased availability of habitable areas accompanying sea-level rise and changed sedimentation styles. Echinoderm - Echinoderm - Paleontology and evolution: Because the phylum Echinodermata was already well diversified by the Lower Cambrian Period, a considerable amount of Precambrian evolution must have taken place.
A Precambrian fossil from Australia has triradiate symmetry and a superficial resemblance to an edrioasteroid; it has been suggested that the triradiate condition may have been a. This two-volume set provides a guide for high school students and above to the planet's diverse life forms and the systems that support them.
The cross-referenced entries (about two-to-six pages in length) cover topics such as ecosystems, major groups of organisms, threats to biodiversity, ways to reduce or prevent further damage, and related academic disciplines.
Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China. Journal of Paleontology Memoir 47(Supplement to.
Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China. Journal of. Echinoderm faunas of the Hongguleleng Formation, Late Devonian (Famennian), Xinjiang-Uygur Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China.
Journal of Paleontology Memoir, 47. The Bakken Formation is a thin (maximum ft, 45 m), clastic unit in the subsurface of Williston basin in the United States and Canada. The Bakken is similar in lithologic character and stratigraphic position to other black shale units deposited on the North American craton during the Late Devonian.
Devonian change: case studies in palaeogeography and palaeoecology --an introduction / P. Königshof --Devonian ecological-evolutionary subunits in the Appalachian Basin: a revision and a test of persistence and discreteness / C.E. Brett [and others] --The Siegenian delta: land-sea transitions at the northern margin of the Rhenohercynian.
The Devonian was a critical period with respect to the diversification of early terrestrial ecosystems. This volume contains case studies from Australia, China, Europe, South America and North America, and individial palaeoecosystems and their components have been investigated in different palaeogeographic settings that contribute to a much better understanding of the Devonian period.
Echinoderm - Echinoderm - Distribution and abundance: Diverse echinoderm faunas consisting of many individuals and many species are found in all marine waters of the world except the Arctic, where few species occur.
Echinoids, including globular spiny urchins and flattened sand dollars, and asteroids are commonly found along the seashore. Two echinoderm assemblages are described in the Middle Ordovician of Iran (Darriwilian).
The Simeh Kuh section (Damghan area, eastern Alborz range) has yielded a rich and diverse blastozoan fauna consisting of fistuliporite (Echinosphaerites, Heliocrinites) and dichoporite rhombiferans (cheirocrinids indet., hemicosmitids indet.), as well as aristocystitid (Sinocystis) and sphaeronitid.
Diploporita is an extinct class of blastozoan that ranged from the Ordovician to the echinoderms are identified by a specialized respiratory structure, called diplopores.
Diplopores are a double pore system that sit within a depression on a single thecal (body) plate; each plate can contain numerous diplopore pairs. Lab 6 - Echinoderms and Chordates Introduction to Echinoderms. Our closest cousin among the invertebrates is a most unlikely taxon, the echinoderms (Phylum Echinodermata, = spiny skin; 6, sp) Echinoderms are eucoelomate show a superficial five part (pentamerous) radial larvae are bilaterally symmetric, cephalized, and motile, but they develop into sessile or.phyllum, and Yacutiopora, which indicate a Middle Devonian (Eifelian) age.
The following corals that indicate a Late Devonian (Frasnian) age occur in the upper part of the formation (fossil locality 66ACn): Phillipsasrrea (Pachyphyllu m), Sociophyllum,Thamn0p0ra, Macgeea(Oliver and and about 1, feet.Echinoderms have a variety of ___ for feeding and movement.
adaptations. There are six major ___ of living echinoderms. classes. strainer-like opening to the water-vascular system. madreporite. structure used for movement and respiration.
tube foot. muscular sac that forces water into the tube feet.