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a^-B BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOL LXI 1971 -72 Paleontological Research Institution Itiiaca, New York U.S.A 14850 i CONTENTS OF VOLUME LXI Pages Bulletin No 268 By Emily 269 Fossil H Yokes 1-142 Mollusks from Carriacou, West Indies By Peter Jung 270 Plates Catalogue of the Genus Murex Linne (Mollusca: Gastropoda); Muricinae, Ocenebrinae 143-262 1-21 263-368 22-31 Cretaceous Radiolaria Part I The Phaseliformidae New Family, and other Spongodiscacea from the Upper Cretaceous Portion of the Great Valley Sequence Part II Pseudoaulophacidae Riedel from the Cretaceous of California and the Blake-Bahama Basin (Joides Leg 1) By Emile A Pessagno, Jr INDEX No separate index is included in the volume Each number indexed separately Contents of the volume are nino; of the volume is listed in the begin- BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY (Founded 1895) Vol 61 No 268 CATALOGUE OF THE GENUS MUREX LINNE (MOLLUSCA: GASTROPODA); MURICINAE, OCENEBRINAE By Emily H Vokes 1971 Paleontological Research Institution Ithaca, New York 14850, U.S.A PALEONTOLOGIGAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION 1970 71 William President Rebecca Secretary S B Sass Harris Katherine V W Palmer Director, Treasurer Armand Counsel A A AS Council Representative Herot B Daniel Vice-President Adams L David Nicol Trustees Rebecca Donald W Fisher (1967-1973) W Haas (1970-1973) Harris (Life) Axel A Olsson (Life) S Merrill Katherine V.W Palmer (Life) Daniel B Sass (1965-1971) Philip C Kenneth Virgil D E William Caster (1966-1972) Wakeley Heroy Winkler B (1970-1973) (1968-1974) (1969-1975) BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY and PALAEONTOGRAPHICA AMERICANA Katherine V W Palmer, Editor Mrs Fay Bricxjs, Secretary Advisory Board Kenneth A Hans Kugler E Caster Jay Glenn Marks Myra Keen Axel A Olsson Complete titles and price list of separate available numbers may be had on application For reprint, Vols 1-23, Bulletins of Kraus Reprint For reprint, vol Corp., 16 East 46th I, Subscription may American Paleontology see Nev? York, N.Y 10017 U.S.A Palaeontographica Americana see Johnson Reprint Cor- poration, 111 Fifth Ave., price of $18.00 per St., New York, N Y 10003 U.S.A be entered at any time by volume or year, with average volume for Bulletins cana invoiced per issue Purchases ductible from income tax in Numbers of Palaeontographica Ameri- U.S.A for professional purposes are de- For sale by Paleontological Research Institution Trumansburg Road Ithaca, New York 14850 1259 U.S.A / \ ^ /f Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 61 Plate 27 Cretaceous Radiolaria: Pessagno 321 Explanation of Plate 27 Scales on all figures equal 100 microns unless otherwise noted Page Figure 1, 2,5,6 Pseudoaulophacus pufahensis Pessagno, sp Holotype (USNM 165599) Note low, poorly developed tholus and triradiate primary spines NSF 432-B Middle Turonian Venado Formation n Pseudoaulophacus praefloresensis Pessagno, n sp Paratypes (Pessagno Collection) K keel NSF 4S3 Latest Turonian/earliest Coniacian Yolo Formation = 310 309 ; 3,4 Pseudoaulophacus praefloresensis Pessagno, Holotype (USNM 165593) T = n sp tholus; note coarser 309 meshwork Figure shows meshwork of tholus at greater magnification; note patagium-like irregular meshwork in concave area surrounding tholus; scale in figure =3 25 microns NSF 483 Latest Turonian/earliest Coniacian Yolo Formation relative to rest of test Bulletin 270 322 Explanation of Plate 28 Scales on all figures equal 100 microns Page Figure 1,3 Pseudoaulophacus venadoensis Pessagno, Paratypes (USNM Formation 165592) NSF n 316-B Pseudoaulophacus venadoensis Pessagno, Coniacian Pseudoaulophacus floresensis Pessagno Specimen from late Campanian portion of (undifferentiated) NSF Sites 311 n sp (USNM 165590) Note well-developed 316-B Coniacian Sites Formation Holotype 4,5 311 sp keel NSF 304 the Panoche Group 451 Pseudoaulophacus floresensis Pessagno Specimen from Forbes Formation ("Dobbins Shale" Member) NSF 55-B Early Campanian 304 Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 61 Plate 28 Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 61 Plate 29 Cretaceous Radiolaria: Pessagno 323 Explanation of Plate 29 Scales on all figures 100 microns unless otherwise indicated Figure Page 1,2 Pseudoaulophacus floresensis s.l Pessagno 304 Tholi somewhat smaller than on typical form NSF 32-B Early Campanian Forbes Formation ("Dobbins Shale" Member) 3,4 Pseudoaulophacus colburni Pessagno, Holotype Campanian; 5,6 n sp 303 (USNM meshwork, 165597) Note massive, short spines, massive imperforate keel [K) NSF 134-B Early Forbes Formation ("Dobbins Shale" Member) and Pseudoaulophacus lentlculatus (White) Figure illustrates triangular meshwork 306 higher magnifica25 microns NSF 32-B Early tion; marker in figure Campanian; Forbes Formation ("Dobbins Shale" Member) = at Bulletin 270 324 Explanation of Plate 30 Scales on all figures equal 100 microns Page Figure 1-3 306 Pseudoaulophacus lenticulatus (White) Specimen in figure atypical in shape NSF 134-B Early Campanian; Forbes Formation ("Dobbins Shale" Member) 309 Pseudoaulophacus pargueraensis Pessagno Topotype; meshvvork somewhat obscured by matrix PR V Early Campanian portion of the Parguera Limestone of Puerto Rico Pseudoaulophacus sp B NSF 134-B Early Campanian; Shale" Member) Pseudoaulophacus NSF sp 312 Forbes Formation A 319-B Coniacian Sites Formation ("Dobbins 312 Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 61 Plate 30 Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 61 ^HiP Plate 31 Cretaceous Radiolaria: Pessagno Explanation of Plate 31 Page Figure 325 Pseudoaulophacus floresensis Pessagno 304 Refigured paratope from Pessagno (1963, pi 7, fig 1) Thinsection of oriented free specimen from early Campanian portion of Parguera Limestone of Puerto Rico Concentric layers of triangular meshwork connected by vertical pillars; pillars in area of tholi massive Plane light; X279 Alievium gallowayi (White) 299 Thin-section of oriented free specimen from "Dobbins Shale Member" of Forbes Formation; early Campanian Note concentric layers Plane light; X352 Alievium gallowayi (White) Thin-section of oriented free specimen; horizontal section in the equatorial plane Note concentric structure Early Campanian portion of the Parguera Limestone of Puerto Rico Crossed nicols; X387 299 INDEX Note: Light face figures refer to the numbers Bold face figures piate numbers Actinocama 295 datum, Globotruncana alexanderi, Hastigerinoides 290 "Dobbins Shale" Rotalipora Alievium 24,25,26,31 283-287,298- Member 303, 305, 307, Anagaudryceras 311 272 angusticarinata, Marginotruncana antiguum, Alievium 24 arbucklensis, Patagoniosites area, Globotruncana Aulophacus Baculogypsina Bostrychoceras 290 298, 305 293 270-272,290, 292, 294, 295 308 284,299,306 272, 295 Budden Canyon Formation 294 bulloides, Globo- truncana 271 ehrenbergi refer to the 295 270-272 INDEX inerme, Romaniceras Inoceramus labiatus, Inoceramus 293 270,272,287 287 lapparenti, Globotruncana laxa, Phaseliforma 270, 271, 290 23 276 lenticulata, 284, 306 Baculogypsina lenticulatus, 308 Aulophacus Pseudoaulophacus 29, 30 305-308 Parapedhi Formation Parguera Limestone pargueraensis, Pseu30 285, 305, 308, doaulophacus 309 23 269, 278, 279 Parvicuspis 293 Patagoniosites Petroleum Creek, 270, 271, 288 Calif 22, 23 269, 273-277 Phaseliforma 278 23 Phaseliforma sp 295 plenus, Actinocama polypolocum, Bostrychoceras 270, 271, 295 27 304,307, 309312 doaulophacus praegallowayi, loeblichi, 25 287, 299-302, 305-307 Alievium 270 Globotruncana 295 praefloresensis, Pseu- linneiana, Globotruncana Praeglobotruncana Protexanites Pseudoaulo- M phacus mantelli Mantellicei'as Mantelliceras marginata, 295 295 293 290 26-31 283, 285-287, 296, 298-300, 303-311 Pseudoaulophacus Marginotruncana Marginotruncana 290, 293 287, 290, 293- sp sp A B 295 pseudolinneiana, 295 272 pustulans, marianosi, Marginotruncana Marginotruncana Marsh Creek, "Marsh Creek 300, 306 285, 300, 301, 306, 308, 309 Calif Formation" meganosensis, Phaseliforma 22, 23 modesta, Hedbergella Monticello Dam, Calif Moreno Formation 272, 294, 295 Schoackoina Putah Creek, Calif, 312 312 290 293 299 272,311 putahensis, Pseu- doaulophacus 277 299 27 287, 288, 305, 307,310,311 293 286 murphyi, Alievium 26 286, 298, 300, 305, 307 renzi, Marginotruncana Romaniceras 293 293 rosetta, Globotruncana Nassellariina Rotalipora Rugoglobigerina 270, 271, 290 295 270 rugosa, Rugoglobigerina orientalis, Inoceramus ornatissima, Sigalia 270, 272 270 Rumsey Canyon, 270-272,294 327 Calif 292 INDEX s San Felipe Formation 284, 299, 300, 306, 308 shastaensis, Parvicuspis 23 278,279 sigali, 287, 295 270-272,294 292 Sites Formation 273 Spongodiscacea 284 Spongotrochus 274 Spongurus 269, 273 Spumellariina 294 striatum, Gaudryceras superbus, 24,25 287,288,298Alievium Marginotruncana Sigalia 302, 305, 307, 311 Theodiscus 284, 297, 302 Tehama Formation XLV XL VI XLVIL (No 204) 564 pp., 63 pis Venezuela Cenozoic pelecypods Neogene XLVIIL XLIX _ (Nos 205-211) 419 pp., 70 pis Large Foraminifera, Texas Cretaceous crustacean, Antarctic Devonian terebratuloid, Osgood and Paleocene Foraminifera, Recent 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