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The Bryozoa fauna from the sands of Deurne, Upper Miocene, at Deurne (Antwerpen, Belgium)
Thoelen, M.J. (1968). The Bryozoa fauna from the sands of Deurne, Upper Miocene, at Deurne (Antwerpen, Belgium). Atti Soc.Ital. Sci. Nat. Mus. Civ. Stor. Nat. Milano 108: 361-368
In: Atti della Società italiana di Scienze naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia naturale di Milano. Società Italiana di Scienze Naturali: Milano. ISSN 0037-8844, more
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    Fauna; Miocene; New species; Bryozoa [WoRMS]; Phylactellidae; Belgium, Antwerp [Marine Regions]; Marine
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    Sandy deposits

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  • Thoelen, M.J.

    The Sands of Deurne with Terebratula perforata Defrance (« Deurnian ») were observed at Rivierenhof in the immediate neighbourhood of Deurne (Antwerpen, Belgium). These glauconitic sandy deposits reached a thickness of about 1,50 m in the only section studied. A distribution table of the 56 species was made up. One monospecific genus Obliquostoma nov. gen. (Family Phylactellidae) with type species 0. dichotoma nov. sp. and one species Cellaria unicella nov. sp. are proposed herein. From ecological point of view it is remarkable that this thanatocenosis contains several typical palearctic species and also several species with subtropical and tropical distribution.

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