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BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOL XXXIV MUS CCMP ZOiii UMARY JAN 1955 952-1954 HfimitD Paleontological Ithaca, Research Institution New York U.S.A /^'i- CONTENTS OF VOLUME XXXIV Bulletin No 140 Globigerinidae from the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian-Maestrichtian) of Trinidad, B.W.I 141 Concerning Enopleura of the Upper Ordovician and its Relation to other Carpoid Echinodermata By Paul Bronnimann By Kenneth 142 New 143 Trinidad E Caster Ostracoda from the Middle Silurian Shale of Tennessee By R W Morris and B L Hill Paleocene and Plates Pages 1- 1- 70 5- 71-126 9-10 127-148 11-13 149-182 14-19 183-248 Newsom Lower Eocene Globiger- inidae By Paul Bronnimann 144 Ordovician and Silurian Cephalopods from Tas- mania By Curt 145 A Teichert and Brian P Glenister Bibliography of the Conularida By G Winston Sinclair and Eugene S Richardson, Jr Index 249-391 392-400 i-ti MUS COM,? ZOOL LiSRARY JUL 1952 llJ^^VERSilY BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOL XXXIV NUMBER 140 1952 Paleontological Research Institution Ithaca, U New York S A Vol 34 CENOMANIAN Globotruncana apenninica Zone | TURONIANSENONIAN MAESTRICHTIAN Globotruncana lapparenti Zone s.l Globotruncana gansseri Zone Globotruncana nnayaroensis Zone ^^m -^^ 5's- ô 1-4 Localities AdditiongI unspecified localities Common - abundant Rare Giobigerina gautierensis cretacea Plummenelia hantkeninoides Globigerineila messinae escheri messinae escheri tupurensis Hastigerinoides Trinitella Plummerella Globigerineila Hastigerinoides Straligraphic distr alexanderi rohri scotti Giobigerina s.s Rugoglobigerina s.s hantkenlnoldes Bulletin 145 [42 390 Page No Vol pyramidata Bronn, 1838 quadrata (Climacoconus) Walcott, 1875 quadrata (Conulariopsis) Sugiyama, 1942 quadi'isulcata J Sowerbyi, 1820 quercifolia ter, 271 137 375 120 368 117 365 1865 & 104 352 118 366 D6- 1890 No Vol stormsi Pelseneer, 1889 97 striata Eichwald, 1855 41 striatula Kozlowski, 1923 73 strimplei Sinclair, 1952a 116 stromeri Osswald, 1918 95 subcarbonaria Meek 345 289 321 364 343 Worthen, 1865 subparallela G Sandberger, 1847 subplicosa Tromelin, 1877 85 333 110 123 358 371 123 109 55 138 21 60 tasmanica Johnston, 1888 66 62 telum Holm, 1893 tenella Barrande, 1867 15 371 357 303 386 269 308 314 310 263 tenuicosta Ruedemann, 1925 tenuicostata E B Branson, 1938 tenuis Slater, 1907 (nude) Deltenuistriata gado, 1897 tenuistriata McCoy, 1847 22 116 270 364 36 84 284 332 110 117 46 84 358 365 294 332 269 Rheinhard Rich- quichua Steinmann derlein, 23 & subrugulosa Tromelin, 1877 Sinclair, 1942a raricostata Boucek 1928 ralliis raymondi Sinclair, 1942a rectangularis Hayasaka, 1920 reticulata ter, 363 269 363 58 306 104 352 19 267 Rheinhard Rich- 1865 rcctistriata 115 21 115 (nude) Bigsby, 1868 rhodinensis Wiman, 1906., 134 382 robusta Barrande, 1867 15 263 roeueri Miller Gurley, & 335 292 304 365 263 87 1896 44 rogersensis Foerste, 1914 rudis J Hall, 1879 56 rugosa Spencer, 1884 117 rugulosa Barrande, 1867 15 salaria Reed, 1936 103 351 salinensis Whiteaves, 1891 131 379 salteri H O Fletcher, 44 292 1938 sampsoni S A Miller, 1892 86 334 sardinica Sinclair, 1944a 115 363 scalaris Holm, 1893 62 310 Wurm, 1925 136 384 schloppensis scotica Lamont, 1934 75 323 sculpta Perner, 1900 98 346 sedaliensis Miller Gurley, 1896 87 335 siluriana Elles, 1940 41 289 simplex Barrande, 1867 15 263 simplicosta Grabau, 1924 52 300 sinclairi Howell, 1950 63 311 slateri Reed, 1933 102 350 solitaria Barrande, 1867 15 263 sorrocula Beede, 1911 16 264 sosia Barrande, 1867 15 263 sowerbyi de Blainville, 1825 19 267 & spergenensis Miller ley, & Gur87.335 1894 splendida Billings, 1866 19 267 Salter, 1852 subulata J Hall, 1857 sulca Zelizko, 1921 superstes Boucek, 1928 sussexensis Harpers, 1949 subtilis tenuistriata ger, 1847 G Sandber- Sowerby, 1820 thuringa Freyberg, 1922 teres J torta 107 .355 McCoy, 1847 transiens Boucek, 1928 transversa Ringueberg, 21 104 Gugenberger, 1934 53 trentonensis J Hall, 1847 54 triadica Bittner, 1890 19 triangularis Slater, 1907 116 triangulata Raymond, 101 1905 120 triplicata Swallow, 1860 truemani Begg, 1946 16 tuberculata H O Fletch44 er, 1938 tubericosta G Sandber 110 ger, 1847 tuherosa G Sandberger 1847 110 tulipa Meneghini, 1880 85 E Richter, tulipa R 1930 104 tulipina R E Richter, 1939 104 1886 trauthi 352 301 302 267 364 349 368 264 292 358 358 333 & 352 & 352 391 CONULARIDA BIBLIOGRAPHY: SINCLAIR AND RiCHARDSON Page tuzoi J M Clarke, 1907 twenhofeli McLearn, 1924 tyoanziensis Sugiyama, 1938 ulrichana J M Clarke, 1913 ulrichi Foerste, 1928 ulsterensis Howell, 1942 ultima Zelizko, 1913 undosa Sinclair, 1942a 43 ^0 1955 'JAN INDEX '••' Number (Exclusive of is Note: The hand left 145 The index to Number 145 with the number.) hand bold faced figures refer to the plates The right light figures refer to the pages A Ateleocystites Actinoceras "Actinoceras" acuta, Globorotalia Adamsfield, Tasmania 32 200 188 155 133 132 89 200 Aechminaria africanus, Placocystis aigawaense, Nybyoceras Alaska alatus, Pseudocyproides Albritton, C C alexanderi, Hastigerinoides text fig 28 Allocotoceras australe, Mysterioceras 16 text fig 13 B Balanocystis balanoides, Anomalocys- 141 tites 7, 10, Enoploura 53 139, 140 16 Anatiferocystis Anomalocystida Anomalocystites 107 187-189, 193, 210 213 94, 97 75, 97 Banks, M R Ray S Bassler, 114, 131 75 Basslerocystis 75, 87, 92, 97, 113 A Bather, F bayfieldi, Ormoceras 75 207 bekkeri, Nybyoceras belli, 199 16 Globigerina Beloitoceras 187, 188, 224 132 188 75 79, 97 13, 14 188 90, Antigua anzaas, Anaspyroceras 16 cana Applin, E Aragonella Armenoceras Globigerinella Beyrichia Bigsby, 133 8, J E 78 F bohemicus, Placocystis Bokkeveld beds Bolli, 46 16 53 208, 209 J Billings, Blake, 192, 211 Aparchitidae apenninica, Globotrun- Globigerina Rotalia Astraspis 100 76, 79, 86 98, 109 98 192 Basslerocystmae Ampliioxous Anaspyroceras aspersa, Placocystis Orthoceras 98 75, 79, 187, 195 139-141 antilope, 79, Ateleocystites 98, 136, 137, Anaspyroceras, sp 132 137 159 97 Bakombian 16 Hist fig 214, 215 ?Bairdia Bairdiidae American Mus Nat americana, Daleiella 97 216 188, 189, 191, 196, 198 Aechmina text 75, 78, 79, 87, Abu Durba Bond, H Gordonoceras fig 12 107 6, 11 222 189 17 214, 215, 221 16 46 48 189 88 89 5, E bondi, Gasconsoceras text 87, Bortonian Eocene Bothriolepis Braun, Lucy 393 159, 168 84, 107 76 Index A Brighton, Bronniman, 89 P from Globigerinidae the Upper Cretaceous (Cenomanian-Maestrichtian) Trini- of ' dad, B.W.I Trinidad Paleocene and Lower Eocene Globigerinidae Brown, I A Bubbs Hill, Tasmania bulloides, Globigerina Globotruncana Bythocypris 149 189 189 168 7, 46 132 C Cameron, Texas 32 Campanian capensis, Placocystis Carey, S W Carlile shale Carpoidea Cassada Gardens, Trinidad 89 189 16 79 14 Caster, K E Concerning Enoploura of the Upper Ordovician and its Relation to other carpoid Echinodermata Cenomanian Cenomanian - M a e s- ti'ichtian Linormoceras Chaudier formation centrale, Chauvel, J Chert Hill Turure area Cheviot, Choctaw Ohio County, 71 208 155 88, 111, 113 107 Ala- bama 172 Cincinnatian series Clarkesville, Ohio clavata, Globigerinella Clermont County, Ohio 75, 100 109 10 106 collactea, Globiger- ina 11 Globorotalia Colorado group column compressa, Globigerina 13 154, 155, 156, 161 161 16 75 9, 154, 157, 173 Globorotalia Index E Gautier dad East Central Range, Trinidad Endostokesoceras Eldon group Eleutherozoa Emanuel limestone Endodiscosorus Endostokesoceras Enoploura Enoplourinae CDcaenica, Globigerina Ephippiorthoceras 227 227 190 94 132 193 227 227 75, 79 75, 79 166 187, 189, 193, 214, 222 epigona, Rzehakina Rzehakina minima, Rzehakina 154 154 154 107 lata, Eriptychius escheri, Globigerinella 22, 23 figs 10, 46, Nonionina clavata, Globigerinella text figs 24, 26 E^theridge, E Jr Euprimitia eximium, as faba 18 48 46 10, 188 132 Stromatocer text "Leperditia" fig 7, 10, 13, sorus text Trini- gautierensis, Globiger1 text fig ina Edwards, A B eifliensis, Endodisco- elongata, E^iprimitia River, 189, 214, 215, 216, 219 Index Guayaguayare Index Lagnocystida Index Mus Nat Basle Hist., Mysterioceras 6, 13, 18, 23 187, 192, 214, 215 N Nadeau, Mrs E H Naheola formation 132 157, 172, 174 Nakkady, S E Navarro clay Navarro group 32 32 8, 9, W Nauss, A 8, Navet Newton, A J New Zealand 16 13 153 78 159, 162, 168 Newsom shale 131, 132, 133, 141 131, 132, Newsom, Tennessee newsomensis, Hyolithes Newsomites Niobrara formation nitida, Globigerina Nybyoceras Nye, P 133 132 131, 140 16 157, 158 187, 188, 199, 210 B 189 O Obata, T obliquum, Hecatoceras 10 text fig 199, 212 192, 226, 228 Old Flux Quarry, Tas- mania 192, 225 d'Orbigny, A Ormoceras Orthoceras Orthonybyoceras Paleont Oslo, Norway ouachitensis, ina Ovey, C 225 Panoche Quadrangle Paparoa, New Zealand Paraechmina 158 168 132 136 197 Thlipsuroides Paravaginoceras parvodepressum, Paravaginoceras Patterson, W J paucicubiculatum, Ny14 byoceras peduncle Pelmatozoa Penny, F pennyi, Rugoglobigerparallela, 197 78 192, 200 75 94 34 W ina Peridionites text fig 14 9, 34 95 Newsom- pertumidus, 141 10 ites Phanassymetria 134, 139 Phleger, F B 16 183 75 75, 97 75, 79, 97 79, 88 75 75 89, 97 "Phragmoceras" Placocystellinae Placocystida Placocystidae Placocystis Placocystidae Placocystinae Placostella planispira, Globigerina planoconvexa, Bairdia Plummer, Helen Jeanne Plummerella 8, 9, 7, 9, 13 132 37 10, 37, 155 Plummerita 155 Trin- Pointe-a-Pierre, 89 idad 9, 27 188 Ponta Grossa beds K Pope, John popei, EInoploura 5, 76, 106, 114 6, 75, 81, 76, 103, 108 83-86, 137, 141 99, 102-105 159 Port Philip, Australia Portsdown, England portsdownensis, Globigerina primitiva, Globiger11 ina , 168 157 P Pachydomella Pahi, New Zealand 136-142 16, 18, 23, Globiger- D 6, 16 187, 193, Indiana In- pandion, Beloitoceras 205 Osgood, 10 ,.' Research stitution 187, 188, 192, 205, 207 ornata, Rugoglobigerina text fig 10 Paleocene 134 168 398 13 13 154, 157, 158, 161 Index Globoquadrina prosopon 159 83 Glo- pseudo-bulloides, bigerina 13 9, 154, 157, 169 Pseudocypris Pseudocyproides 141 131, 141 pustulata, Rugoglobig- erina "Queen River Series" Queenstown, Tasmania 192 188, 225 R Rail ton, Tasmania 188, 192, 153, 161, 163, 167, Rambat marl 190, 193 159, 162 169 192 Raphistoma Rasselas Valley, nia Regnell, G Reichel, reicheli, ina 4, Tasma189, 222 95 M 8, 19 9, 14 Rugoglobiger3 text figs 8, 17, 18 hexacamerata, Rugo- globigerina pustulata, Rugoglobigerina text figs 6, Reid, A Renz, H renzi, M Globotmncana 23 188 153 46 209 207 132 205 Orthoceras robustum, Jeholoceras Hastigerinoides text fig 29 rotundata rugosa, 1, goglobigerina text 9, 20, Actinocer- robusta, Aechminaria rohi, 14 H richardsoni, as richteri 7, 9, figs 15, 10, 55 9, 34 Ru- 16 Rhipidocystis 4, 89, 91, 94, 97 rugosa, Globigerina rugosa, Rugoglobiger- ina text Rgs 11-13 Index Stonelick Creek, Ohio Thlipstriatopunctata, sura Stromatoceras 106 aff triloculinoides, Glo- bigerina 136 12 162 Trinidad 5, 187, 189, 193, 214, 6, 78, 81, 111 ina 50 211 131 Subspyroceras Swartz, F M T 12 187 Orthony15 Tetradium Tasmanoceras Actinoceras Taylor age Turure area, Trinidad ella 16 189 text fig 27 8, 10, 51 H Twelvetrees, W typicum, Kotoceras 188 197 U Upper Cretaceous 5, 7-10, and 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 22, Ulrich, E O U S National Tasmania Museum 214 192 159 ceras Tetradium Teurian Thalmann, Hans Thalmanninella theca, Ortlioceras Thlipsuroides thlipsuroides, Thlipsuroides 10 Thomas, D E Ticinella 156 188 131, 136 136 157 172 76, 108 14 205 Tower Lake, Ohio Trechmann, C T Treptoceras Globotrun- cana 7, 46 154, 155, 163, 165, 172 78 100 157 17 Fossen, J D Velasco formation Venezuela Vermilion area Alberta Victoria, Australia voluta, Globigerinella 8, 13 159 44 W Wadi DaniU 32 131 waldronensis, Beyrichia Walker Creek, Texas Ward, L K Washington University Washita gt-oup Waynesville beds Globig13 George Van Waldron shale Tombigbee River, Ala- bama V Vallandingham, 188, 189 Todd, Ruth 23 109, 131 6, 135, 137-142 183 Stereoplasmo- triloculinoides, 103 14 Globigerin- 1, 188, 192 Ordovician and Silurian CephaloiX)ds from erina 134, 139 154, 157, Turrilepas tururensis, 188, 189, 195, 198 Teichert, C Teichert, Curt, Glenister, B F T W S Tubulibairdia turgida, Globigerina 13 193, 206 192 tatei, tricarinata, 187, 192, 195, 215, 229 199, 210 Turonian-Senonian 154, 166 Tasmania tasmaniense, byoceras Troedsson, G Tromp, 56 188 Trocholitoceras 167 Globiger- taroubaensis, ina teicherti, 9, 10, Globiger- subdigitata, 153 23 Trinitella Trochoceras 10 ella 10, 16-18, 216 stylocone subcarinata, Globigerin- 9, 11, 13, 14, Wenlock Silurian Wetherby, A G wetherbyi, Enoploura 400 132 32 188 132 131, 13 109 139 75, 101 75, 86, 101 Index White Chalk XXIL XXIIL 8.00 356 pp., 31 pis Paleozoic Paleontology and Tertiary Poraminifera 35 pis (Nos 73-76) (Nos 77-79) 251 pp., Corals, Cretaceous microfauna and biography 8.00 of Conrad XXIV (Nos 80-87) 334 pp., 27 pis 7.00 Mainly Paleozoic faunas and Tertiary Mollusca XXV XXVI XXVII XXVIII XXIX XXX XXXL XXXII XXXIIL XXXIV 88-94B) 306 pp., 30 pis Paleozoic fossils of Ontario, Oklahoma and Colombia, Pleistocene and echinoids, California Mesozoic Maryland Miocene mollusks (Nos 95-100) 420 pp., 58 pis Florida Recent marine shells, Texas Cretaceous fossils, Cuban and Peruvian Cretaceous, Peruvian Eogene corals, and geology and paleontology of Ecuador (Noi 101-108) 376 pp., 33 pis Tertiary Mollusca, Paleozoic cephalopods, Devonian hsh and Paleozoic geology and fossils of Venezuela (No3 109-114) 412 pp., 54 pis Paleozoic cephalopods, Devonian of Idaho, Cretaceous and Eocene mollusks, Cuban and Venezuelan forams (Nos 115-116) 738 pp., 52 pis Bowden forams and Ordovician cephalopods (No 117) 563 pp., 65 pis Jackson Eocene mollusks (Nos 118-128) 458 pp., 27 pis Venezuelan and California mollusks Chemung and Pennsylvania crinoids, Cypraeidae, Cretaceous, Miocene and Recent corals, Cuban and Fioridian forams, and Cuban fossil localities (Nos 129-133) 294 pp., 39 pis Silurian cephalopods, crinoid studies, Tertiary forams, and Mytilarca (Nos 134-139) 448 pp., 51 pis Devonian annelids, Tertiary mollusks, Ecuadoran stratigraphy and paleontology (Nos 140-144; 145 in press) Trinidad Globigerinidae, Oidovician Enopleura, Tas(No3 8.00 8.00 10.00 9.00 9.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 10.00 manian Ordovician cephalopods and Tennessee Or- XXXV dovician ostracods, and conularid bibliography (Nos 146-149; 150-152 in press) G D Harris memorial, camerinid and Georgia Paleocene Forminifera, South American Paleozoics, Australian Ordovician cephalapods, California Pleistocene Eulimidae, Volutidae and Globotruncana in Colombia Palaeontografhica Americana Volume I 519 pp., 75 pis of Areas, Lutetia, rudistids and venerids 12.00 (Nos 6-12) 531 pp., 37 pis Heliophyllum halli Tertiary turrids Neocene Spondyli, Paleozoic cephalopods Tertiary Fasciolarias and Paleozoic and Recent Hexactinellida 15.00 (Nos 13-25) Paleozoic cephalopod structure and phylogeny, Paleozoic siphonophores, Busycon, Devonian fish studies, (Nos 1-5) Monographs II III gastropod studies Carboniferous crinoids Cretaceous jellyfi.sh, PlatysLrophia, and Venericardia Condensed Table of Contents of Bulletins of American Paleontology and Palaeontographica Americana bulletins of AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY Volume I (Nos 1-5) 354 pp., 32 pis Mainly Tertiary MoUusca n (Nos 6-10) Tertiary III (Nos 347 pp., 23 pis $15.00 MoUusca and Poraminifera, Paleozoic faunas 11-15) 402 pp., 29 pis Mainly Tertiary MoUusca and Paleozoic sections and faunas IV (Nos 16-21) 161 pp., 26 6.00 pis Mainly Tertiary MoUusca and Paleozoic sections and faunas V VL Vn Vin (Nos 22-30) 437 pp., 68 pis 8.00 Tertiary fossils mainly Santo Domingan, Mesozoic and Paleozoic fossils (No 31) 268 pp., 59 pis 10.00 Claibornian Eocene pelecypods (No 32) 730 pp., 99 pis 12.00 Claibornian and Eocene scaphopods, gastropods, cephalopods (Nos 33-36) 357 pp., 9.00 pis 15 Mainly Tertiaiy MoUusca IX, (Nos 37-39) X (Nos 40-42) Tertiary 462 pp., 35 pis 8.00 MoUusca mainly from Costa Rica 382 pp 54 pis 10.00 Tertiary forams and moUusks mainly from Trinidad and Paleozoic fossils XI (Nos 43-46) 272 pp., 41 pis Tertiary, Mesozoic and Paleozoic 7.00 fossils mainly from Venezuela XII (Nos 47-48) 494 pp pis 7.00 Venezuela and Trinidad forams and Mesozoic inverte- Xni XIV brate bibliography (Nos 49-50) 264 pp., 47 pis Venezuelan Tertiary MoUusca and Tertiary Mammalia (Nos 51-54) 306 pp., 44 pis Mexican Tertiary forams and Tertiary moUusks of 6.00 9.00 Peru and Colombia XV (Nos 55-58) 314 pp 80 pis 9.00 Mainly Ecuadoran, Peruvian and Mexican Tertiary forams and moUusks and Paleozoic fossils XVL (Nos 59-61) 140 pp., 48 pis 6.00 Venezuela and Trinidad Tertiary MoUusca XVn (Nos XVin (Nos 62-63) 283 pp., 33 pis 7.00 Peruvian Tertiary MoUusca XIX XX XXL 286 pp., 29 pis Mainly Tertiary MoUusca and Cretaceous corals (No 68) 272 pp., 24 pis Tertiary Paleontology, Peru (Nos 69-70C) 266 pp., 26 pis Cretaceous and Tertiary Paleontology of Peru 64-67) 9.00 9.00 9.00 and Cuba (Nos 71-72) 321 pp 12 pis Paleozoic Paleontology and 9.00 Stratigraphy ... rugosa, each of reicheli, In spite of split into a number of closely interrelated subspecies the development of short hantkeninoid points in early chambers of the adult volution of R reicheli... 2001 LIBRARY 1952 HARVAHO UNIVERSITY BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY Vol 34 No 140 GLOBIGERINIDAE FROM THE UPPER CRETACEOUS (CENOMANIAN-MAESTRICHTIAN) OF TRINIDAD, B.W.L By P Bronnimaim June... arrangement of the rugosities is typically developed Sutures are or on part of the chambers of the adult volution well marked, straight to slightly curved in direction of coiling Apertures of end
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