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Lower Permian Colonial Rugose Corals, Western and Northwestern Pangaea Taxonomy and Distribution

By: J Fedorowski, WB Bamber and CH Stevens
231 pages, Tabs, figs, plates
Lower Permian Colonial Rugose Corals, Western and Northwestern Pangaea
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The most comprehensive summary available on the stratigraphic occurrence, geographic distribution, phylogeny, and taxonomy of Early Permian colonial rugose corals that occupied the Cordilleran-Arctic-Uralian (CAU) Realm, along the northwestern and western marine shelves and accreted terranes of the ancient supercontinent Pangaea. It is based on all previous studies by other coral specialists, a thorough review of all published data, and on information from a very large number of new collections from new areas. This book contains a new classification and phylogenetic scheme, based on critical restudy of the entire coral fauna at all taxonomic levels.

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By: J Fedorowski, WB Bamber and CH Stevens
231 pages, Tabs, figs, plates
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