Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas
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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. OFf. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Texas,
  • Baylor Co.

Subjects:

  • Russellites (Paleobotany),
  • Paleobotany -- Permian.,
  • Paleobotany -- Texas -- Baylor Co.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 13.

Statementby Sergius H. Mamay.
SeriesGeological Survey professional paper ;, 593-I., Contributions to paleontology, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 593-I., Geological Survey professional paper.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE75 .P9 no. 593-I
The Physical Object
Pagination iii, 15, [12] p.
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4854621M
LC Control Number75604906

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RUSSELLITES, A PROBLEMATICAL PLANT FROM TEXAS 13 Belle Plains Formation. This location would indicate a questionable Leonard age, or a position at approxi­ mately the middle of the Lower Permian. The best available geological detail for this area is that shown in the geologic map of Baylor County by Garrett, Lloyd, and Laskey ().Cited by: Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the lower Permian of Texas Professional Paper I By: S.H. Mamay. Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas,. [Sergius H Mamay] -- "A discussion of the taxonomic relationships and paleogeographic significance of a potentially important guide fossil.". Buy Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas, (Contributions to paleontology) by Mamay, Sergius H (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sergius H Mamay.

Plant impressions from a single locality in the Mauchline Volcanic Group at the base of the 'New Red Sandstone' show a pterophyllsphenophyte assemblage probably of early Permian (Autunian) age. Sandrewia, n. gen., monotypified by S. texana, n. sp., is a plant from Lower Permian beds of north~central Texas and east-central Kansas. It is characterized by stout axes with spirally disposed, laxly inserted, petiolate leaves; the laminae are broadly flabelliform with coarse, open by: Permocoleus, New Genus, the First Permian Beetle (Coleoptera) from North America SARA H. LUBKIN AND MICHAEL S. ENGEL1 Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Snee Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 98(1): 73Ð76 () ABSTRACT Permocoleus wellingtonensis, new genus and new species, is based on an elytron from. Russellites Mamay (), obtained from the Cisuralian (lower Permian) of Texas and previously considered to belong to the family, is now recognized as being a junior synonym of Yuania (Wang and Chaney, ). Wang and Wang () described Discinites sunjiagouensis Z.‐Q. Wang & L.‐X. Wang from the latest Permian Sunjiagou Formation in Cited by: 8.

  Mamay SH () Russellites, new genus, a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas. US Geol Surv Prof Pap I: I1–I15 Google ScholarCited by: 4. Russellites, new genus a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas: Mamay, Sergius H. USGS Professional Paper I, , 15 pp., Sandrewia, n. gen., a problematical plant from the Lower Permian of Texas and Kansas: Sergius H. Mamay: Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, Vol Issues , August , Pages Noeggerathiales are a little known group of Carboniferous and Permian plants of uncertain systematic position that have been variously considered to be ferns, sphenopsids, progymnosperms, or a sepa Cited by:   Comia, a seed plant possibly of peltaspermous affinity: A brief review of the genus and description of two new species from the early Permian (Artinskian) of Texas, C. greggii sp. nov. and C. craddockii sp. nov. International Journal of Plant Sciences – Article; Google ScholarAuthor: William A. DiMichele, Carol L. Hotton, Carol L. Hotton, Cindy V. Looy, Robert W. Hook.