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'Tf'l tJ^.V ^ ^ ^^y^^^^^l^vra^ BULLETINS AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOL XX 1933 — 1934 Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, New York U.S A CONTENTS OF VOLUME XX Bulletin No 69 70A Plates Contributions to the Paleontolog-y of Northern Peru; the Cretaceous of the Amotape Region By Axel A Olsson ^ Some Tertiary Foraminifera from the Northern Coast of Cuba By Wade H Hadley, Jr 70B Eocene Corals, Part 1, from Cuba, Part Pages 1-11 1-104 12-16 105-144 17-19 145-164 20-28 165-268 from Texas By John W Wells 700 - Some Cretaceous and Tertiary Echinoids of Cuba By Norman E Weisbord _ AUG BUI^lvBTINS 1937 :/ '^%/v OF AMERICAN PAI,EONTOI,OGY Vol 20 No 69 Contributions to the Paleontology of Northern Peru The Creticeous of the Amotape Region By AxKL A Olsson March /J, 1(^34 Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, New York U S A Sketch map of a part of the Paita and Amotape region of northern Peru, eru, showing the approximate location of outcrops of Cretaceous rocks Loc " Pan de Amcar near La Brea 4° 'iQ'S Lat., 81 o (J^ Quebrada Monte Grande and vicinity 4° 28' SO",? Qibeljrada Muerto, 30'' IV Long Lat 81° 4,'W Long Upper Farinas Region of Quehruda Pasuil, north of the Pananga fault Eegion of Copa Sombrero in upper Quebrada Leonora and Saman Playa Tortugas (Gerth) ActaeoneUen-Hippurtenkalkntein of Gerth Sphenodiscus Sehichten of Gerth Diagonally lined areas show the outcrop of mount tan rocks consisting of granite and Upper Pennsylranian slates and other metamorphics CONTENTS Fage I II IntrodiK'tion Stratigraphy ^^ 13 The Paiianga formation 12 The Copa Sombrero formation 14 - 15 The CUvulina shales 15 - 16 The Monte Grande formation 16 - 17 17 - 21 IV ^^ - III ^'^ " Age and Correlation Systematic description and illustration of some Cretaceous fossils from North-West Peru 22-104 yS Bulletin 70C 262 Explanation of Plate VII Upper Eocene Species Figure Page Tarphypygus notabilis Arnold and Clark 63 Dorsal surface of test, x 1.25 Ventral surface of the same specimen Lateral surface of the same specimen Echinolampas nuevitasensis Weisbord, n sp Dorsal surface of test natural size Holotype Ventral surface of the same specimen Lateral surface of the same specimen Paraster nuevitasensis Weisbord, n sp Dorsal surface of test, slightly reduced Holotype Ventral surface of the same specimen Paraster camagiieyensis Weisbord, n sp Dorsal surface of test, slightly enlarged Holotype 10 11 Ventral surface of the same specimen Lateral surface of the same specimen 65 67 68 Posterior truncation to the left 12 13 14 Paraster pastelilloensis Weisbord, n sp Dorsal surface of test, slightly enlarged Holotype Ventral surface of the same specimen Lateral surface of the same Sfpecimen Posterior end to the right 15 16 70 • Paraster cubitabellae Weisbord, n sp Dorsal surface of broken specimen, about natural type Ventral surface of the same specimen 72 size Holo- PL 26, Vol 20 BULL AMER PALEONT No 70C, PL Explanation of Plate S 264 Bulletin 70C 100 Explanation of Plate VIII Upper Eocene Species Page Figure Agassizia caribbeana Weisbord, n sp Dorsal surface of test, natural size, Holotype Ventral surface of the same specimen Lateral surface of the same specimen Dorsal surface of paratype, x 1.25 Ventral surface of the same specimen Lateral surface of the same specimen - EupataiTus siboneyenBis Weisborn, n sp Ventral surface of a broken specimen, slightly reduced Holotype Side view of the same specimen, slightly reduced 74 78 Oliffocene Species Echinolampas camagUeyensis Weisbord, 10 11 n sp Dorsal surface of test, somewhat reduced Holotype Ventral surface of the same specimen Side view of the same specimen, about natural size 81 PL 27, Vol 20 BULL AMER PALEONT No 70C, PL Explanation- of Flatk Bulletin 70C 102 266 Explanation of Plat^ IX Upper Eocene Species Figure Page Brissus camagueyensis Weisbord, n 76 sp Dorsal surface of a partial specimen, about natural type Ventral surface of the same specimen size Hole- Oligocene Species semiorbis Guppy 81 Ventral surface of test, about natural size Side view of the same specimen, somewhat reduced Agassizia camagueyana Weisbord, n sp Dorsal surface of test, slightly reduced Holotype Ventral surface of the same specimen 83 Echinolampas cf PL 28, Vol 20 BULL AMER PALEONT No 70C, PL - INDEX, VOL XX Note —Light-face figures refer to the paging of the volume, not to the Bulletins; heavy face figures refer to the volume plate separate numbering A Aetaeonella gigas - laevis Chilostomella 14 10 - - peruviana Adkins Agassizia camagiieyana 76,81 28 27 caribbeana Agria cf Blumenbachi - - Royana semiradiata Antigana - — - — — Anisocardia Arctica Astarte tion Corals, Well 75 38 38 13,38 38 38 debilidens Asterocoenia 17 17 17 17 guantanamensis incrustans nuevitasensis cymboides formosa 13 43 papillosa subpapillosa - 13 - Bulimina aculeata 13 C chelonites 1® septentrionalis lissoni 14 5 Cassidulina subglobosa Catopygus jeanneti —.21 12 Cavulina communis Ceriopora globulus C e r i th i um sp 151 150 150 Matheroniana aft' Cycloclypeus sus - - 112 120 aflf 12 Ligeriensis 120 120 10 11 145 57 16, 57 13 115 113 115 115 116 70 104 25 10 118 39 10 D Dana Dentalina adolphina elegantissima — 12 verneuili 240 3,75 15 182 189 67 papillo- - Desmiera persica peruviana Diadema principeana Discobrina sacharina Calyptraea Cardium amotapense - Cryptorhytis Cuba, Foraminifera 149 Cucullaea brevis 6,32 Buch Cancris sagra Cristellaria calcar 17,46 Brissus camagiieyensis 28 Briiggen hopkinsi Calyptrophorus 20 Cyprina cordialis Basse Berry Bigenerina pennatula Bolivina mexicana inflata sp 54 53 128 132 133 130 39 203 11 Corbula Montegrandensis B Bosworth 22 13,43 calixtoensis - Coenholectypus cubae 20 76 Conchotyra 76 Copa Sombrero forma- - Anatimya prisca Anatina anchana - 247 238 - - 14,,18,46 Ammonites acutocarinatus carbonarius peruvianus 10,12, 13,71 13 15 15 16 sp Cibicides mexicana trinitatensis Cibicorbis herricki Cicatrea Cidaris aflf loveni Clavulina Clavulina shales Codiopsis ciae 8,71 22 _ 16 Douglas 68 Douville — 15,68 Durania 68 sp E 68 126 Echinobrissus cubensis 21 13,51 Echinolampus 27 giieyensis 16.51 26 nuevitasensis 16.52 28 cf semiorbis 127 194 Ehrenbergina navalis -16 16 serrata 112 133 Ellipsonodosaria crypto14 costa 66 13 ellipsoides 17,66 114 114 124 58 59 16, 58 205 129 76, 81 6,36, 39 50 16, 58 191 cama- a67 245 229 245 127 128 124 123 - EUipsonodosaria Inoceramus tuck- erae 125 124 14 14 - verneuili crippsi Enallaster texanus Entosolenia staphyllear- sp sis ^ gregoryi stantoni - - -27 — 2 22,23 22,23 - - - - - Fritzsche Fusus Assailleyi Bleicheri 6, - 23 70 Laganum cubanum 12 17, 70 Lagena formosa 20 17, 70 Lanieria lanieri 151 Lapeirousia 121 Laticarinina pauperata 15 calcar 12 formosa -— 6, 46 12 71 papulosa 71 subpapilosa subgloLepidocyclina 16 bosa Liddle 7, 9, 46 Lima - - G Gabb Gerhardt Gerth Glauconia (Pseudoglau- 18 Goniopora taberi Goniopygus supremus 20 Gypsina globulus H Hadley, W H., author of Bulletin 70A 119 22 80 73 17, 73 155 13 Harris Haug Helieoceras 10 - 18> Heliopora benneti Hemiaster cf antillen- siboneyensis Hippurites chilensis organisans 198 199 201 46 46 22 79 80 21 22 22 sis madrugensis — Hodson Holectypus Paulckii planatus numismal- - bomarea Lisson Liithy Humboldt 3, 75 peruviana 9, 55 13, 55 11, 46 Melanatria Melina woodsi Mesalia - — 10 10 34 35 13, 84 16, 35 peruviana concentriceModiola 11 costellata Modiolus Fittoni mutisus portunus reversus Grande 35 forma11, 16 tion Munier-Chalmas Myopholas peruvi Myophoria 47, 50 18 118 23 11 26 26 16, 60 17, 61 17, 60 sp inca spiralis Mytilus semiradiatus 268 17 M peruviana Icanotia 134 46 33 13, 88 56 16, 56 27 - MacGillavry Mactra sp Marginulina cymboides 12 Monte 212 114 184 49 133 115 115 115 116 6, Lopha - Mrhilaia nerinaeformis 18, 79 Id dings Maury alabamen- sp Linearia - 104 sis — pananga 10 128 129 155 180 133 sp -_-12 Globeigerina Globorotalia menardii 14 Hantkenina 46 18 - - - L 18 Favia weisbordi Fissurina staphyllearia Forbes conia) 207 210 K Karsten Knemiceras F — 26 27 27 8, 26 52 13, 54 13, 52 J 242 Jacksonaster acunai 15 sanchezi Exogyra polygona wiedeyi 20, 23 Fasciolaria Bleicheri cf calappa - - 16 - - pananga 121 126 14 Eponides ponderosa siboneyenEupatagus Eusebia Tsocardia 13 ia Siccensis 65 39 86 13, 36 53 35 35 signatus 16, 35 10 115 116 112 118 31 13, 31 8,12, 63 65 65 65 65 65 13,63, 65 N Nautilus calcar obliquarus penatula pompiloides tenui-planatus Neithea alpina subsp - Nerinea Conimbricata Eschwegi Fleuriansa cf incavata Olisponensis peruviana Neumann — Nodosaria erbessina „„12 mexicana 12 obliquata 116 116 116 118 12 Nonion pompilioides ^-.13 O Oligopygus sanchezi 25 Olsson _ Operculina ocalana 13 Orbigny Orbignya pacifica arizpensis Nicaisei stappenbecki Oxytropidoceras belknapi 118 46 47 16, 48 129 27 28 16, 27 75 77 13, 78 76, 77 4, Orbulina universa Ostrea cf 224 9,11, 46 karsteni 11 multifidium parinense 11 peruvianum 12,13,75 76, 77 P Pananga formation Pan de Azucar Panope berryi 11, 12 12, 13 58 13, 58 10 62 62 Paraglauconia _ pananga Paraster camagiieyen- sis cubitabellffi 26 26 nuevitasensis 26 26 25 232 236 231 234 221 32 Pectunculus petschorae Peronella caribbeana -24 24 cubae quinquenodulata 24 Peruvia 216 217 214 pastelilloensis cf clarki Pecten alatus SIhawi Pauropyga gerthi 23 8,72 13,72, 73 Pholadomya - - - .- Schalgintweit Schloenbachia 78 77 5, - acuto-carinata leonora multifida 11 15,78 76 79 77 79 79 rhombifera Royssiana subtuberculata variana Scutella camagiieyana 24 24 cubae Sievers 220 219 7, 75 Siphogenerina multicostata transversa tenuicarinSiphonina 121 122 13 13 127 22 76 ata Solger Sommermeir Spath , pleurisSphenodiscus epta peruviana Sphaerulites foliaceus 10 -— cf nieholasi Sponidylus hopkinsiana Stappenbeck „ Steinmann Stephanocoenia ingrus 3 49 47 16,47, 49 32 16, 32 7, 19 5,18,32,46, 76 150 39 tans Stoliczka - Sulcobuccinium Mich_.18 69 153 Tarphypygus notabilis 26 227 elini Syzgophyllia hadleyi T Teleoptyxis Tellina sp Textularia, sp Trechmann -1— 63 16 111 20, 36 Trigonarca ... Tertiary Echinoids of Cuba By Norman E Weisbord _ AUG BUI^lvBTINS 1937 :/ '^%/v OF AMERICAN PAI,EONTOI,OGY Vol 20 No 69 Contributions to the Paleontology of Northern Peru The Creticeous of the Amotape... the age of the beds according to the opinion of Raimondi It is principally through the research of associates that we owe most Steinmann and his of our general knowledge of the geology of the... Eaimondi, of Lima, Peru to Wm Gabb Proc Calif Acad Sci., vol 3, pp 359-360 6Gabb 1877, Description of a collection of fossils, made by Dr Antonio Raimondi of Peru Jour Acad Nat Sci Phila., 2nd ser., vol
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