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New middle and late Emsian, and early Eifelian rhynchonellide (brachiopod) genera of the family Nucinulidae SARTENAER, 2004
Sartenaer, P. (2005). New middle and late Emsian, and early Eifelian rhynchonellide (brachiopod) genera of the family Nucinulidae SARTENAER, 2004. Bull. Kon. Belg. Inst. Natuurwet. Aardwet. = Bull. - Inst. r. sci. nat. Belg., Sci. Terre 75: 25-52
In: Bulletin van het Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen. Aardwetenschappen = Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique. Sciences de la Terre. KBIN: Brussel. ISSN 0374-6291, more
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    Nucinulidae, rhynchonellids, brachiopods, Emsian, Eifelian, W Europe, N Africa, Altai Mountains

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Abstract
    Four new genera are described: Lapinulus, type species L. pila (SCHNUR, 1851) from the late Emsian in the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg, the SW "Eifelkalkmulden", and other regions of Germany; Oligodesmerhynchus, type species O. lodanensis (BURHENNE, 1899) from the late Emsian of the Lahnmulde; Palinulus, type species P. zairensis n. sp., from the late Emsian of the central Dra plains (Anti-Atlas), Morocco; and Cuninulus, type species C. melanopotamicus n. sp. from the late Emsian and early Eifelian of the Dinant Basin. Other species of Cuninulus n. gen. are described: C. concavus n. sp. from the late Emsian and early Eifelian of the "Eifelkalkmulden"; C. leonensis n. sp. from the early Eifelian of the Cantabrian Cordillera; C. assaensis n. sp. from the early Eifelian of the western Dra plains, and possibly Algeria and Mauritania; C. eifeliensis (BIERNAT, 1954) from the late Emsian and early Eifelian of the northern Holy Cross Mountains: C.? arnaoensis n. sp. from the late Emsian and early Eifelian of the Cantabrian Cordillera; and C.? nalivkini (BUBLICHENKO, 1928) from probable late Emsian and early Eifelian age of the SW Altai Mountains.

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