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On the Megainvertebrate Fauna (Mollusca, Bracchiopoda) of Cenozoic and Mesozoic of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan and their Stratigraphic Implications

By: TK Pal, SK Ray, B Talukder and MK Naik
44 pages, Figs, plates
On the Megainvertebrate Fauna (Mollusca, Bracchiopoda) of Cenozoic and Mesozoic of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan and their Stratigraphic Implications
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  • On the Megainvertebrate Fauna (Mollusca, Bracchiopoda) of Cenozoic and Mesozoic of Jaisalmer, Rajasthan and their Stratigraphic Implications ISBN: 9788181711809 Paperback Dec 2007 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Contents: Introduction. Stratigraphy. Systematics: 1. Garramites sp. 2. Subulites (Fusispira) sp. 3. Nuculoma sp. 4. Modiolus (Modiolus) sp. 5. Chalamys (Chlamys) sp. 6. Camptonectes (Camtochlamys) sp. 7. Spondylopecten sp. 8. Bositra sp. 9. Mactromya sp. 10. Plicatula sp. 11. Lopha sp. 12. Sindeites sp. 13. Nothocephalites sp. 14. Subkossmatia sp. 15. Idiocycloceras sp. 16. Macrocephalites (s. str.) sp. 17. Kamptokephalites sp. 18. Indocephalites sp. 19. Reineckeia sp. 20. Reineckeites sp. 21. Kellawaysites sp. 22. Lithacoceras sp. 23. Pachysphinctes sp. 24. Alligaticeras sp. 25. Dichotomoceras sp. 26. Klematosphinctes sp. 27. Paraberriasella sp. 28. Aulacosphinctoides sp. 29. Parapeltoceras sp. 30. Micracanthoceras sp. 31. Berriasella sp. 32. Subsaynella sp. 33. Burmirhynchia sp. 34. Gibbirhynchia sp. 35. Ptychorynchia sp. 36. Kallirhynchia sp. 37. Terebratula sp. Discussion. Summary. Acknowledgements. References.

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By: TK Pal, SK Ray, B Talukder and MK Naik
44 pages, Figs, plates
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