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BULLETINS., com .00 OF NOV ^ 19/b AMERICAN""'""""'"^ PALEONTOLOGY VOL LXVIIl 1975 Paleontological Research Institution Ithaca, New York U S A 14850 In Memoriam James C Bradley 1884-1975 CONTENTS OF VOLUME LXVIII Bulletin No 288 North American Echinodermata By 289 Paracrinoidea: R L Parsley and L Plates 1-116 1-13 117-168 14-19 169-232 20-28 Ordovician W Mintz Ostracodes from the Late Neogene of Cuba By W A van den Bold 290 Pages Cirripedia of Florida and Surrounding waters (Acrothracica and Rhizocephala) By Norman E Weisbord INDEX No separate index is included in the volume Each indexed separately Contents of the volume are listed ning of the volume in number is the begin- iV(U'G ' -' BULLETINS COM P AUG (Founded 1895) 68 No 288 NORTH AMERICAN PARAGRINOIDEA: (ORDOVIGIAN:PARAGRINOZOA, NEW, EGHINODERMATA) By Parsley L AND Leigh W Mintz 1975 Paleontological Research Institution Ithaca, New York S- UNIVERSITY AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY Ronald W[ HARVARD OF Vol Z.OOl 'BRARY 14850 U S A PALEONTOLOGIGAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION 1975 President Merrill Vice-President _ Harold _ Secretary _ _ Director, Treasurer Counsel _ AAAS Yokes E Wakeley Katherine V W Palmer _ Assistant Secretary, Assistant Treasurer Representative Philip C W Haas Rebecca S Harris Armand L Adams Council John Pojeta, Jr Trustees Ruth G Browne (1974-1976) Kenneth E Caster (1972-1975) Merrill W Haas (1973-1976) Katherine V M Palmer (Life) Casper Rappenecker (1973-1976) Rebecca S Harris (Life) Caroline H Kierstead (1974-1975) David W Kirtley (1974-1977) Daniel B Sass (1974-1977) Harold E Yokes (1973-1975) DuANE O K Philip C Yirgil D LeRoy (1974-1977) Axel A Olsson Norman Sachs, Jr (1974-1977) Wakeley Winkler (1973-1976) (1969-1975) (Life) BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY and PALAEONTOGRAPHICA AMERICANA Katherine Y Mrs Fay W Palmer, Editor Bricgs, Secretary Advisory Board Kenneth A E Hans Kugler 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, Yols Kraus Reprint For reprint, vol I, may St., American Paleontology New see York, N.Y 10017 U.S.A Palaeontographica Americana see Johnson Reprint Cor- poration, 111 Fifth Ave., Subscription 1-23, Bulletins of Corp., 16 East 46th New York, N.Y 10003 U.S.A be entered at any time by volume or year, with average Bulletins Numbers of Palaeontographica Americana invoiced per issue Purchases in U.S.A for professional purposes are deductible from income tax price of $20.00 per volume for For sale by Paleontological Research Institution 1259 Trumansburg Road New York 14850 Ithaca, U.S.A Bulletin 290 224 Explanation of Plate 27 All figures on this plate reduced 1/4- from originals Page Figure 1-9 198 Loxothylacus perarmatus Reinhard and Reischman Reproduced from Reinhard and Reischman, 1958, pi II External appearance of holotype, viewed from right side Surface view of external cuticle under high magnification Section through external cuticle showing excrescences and one of the pits containing a chitinous plug Surface view of chitinous plug imbedded in external cuticle Excrescences of external cuticle from the left side of the animal Excrescences of external cuticle from the right side of the aniSection through the mantle folds projecting into mantle retinacula found on the internal cuticle Section through the colleteric gland mal cavity 10-14 Two Loxothylacus texanus Boschma 199 10-12 From Boschma, 1950 lOi Holotype, on Callinectes sapidus, left side, dorso-ventral diameter 21 mm llj Paratype, on Callinectes marginaius, left side, dorso-ventral diameter 23 mm 12b,c Another specimen on Callinectes sapidus, dorsoventral diameter 11.5 mm 13-14 From Reinhard, 1950 13 Diagram of Loxothylacus texanus viewed from surface that was resting on surface of Callinectes sapidus, Matagorda Bay, Texas 13 Legend: d mes., dorsal mesentery; / col gl., left colleteric gland; / g op., left male genital opening; / test., left testis; / 'vas df., left vas deferens; m cav., mantle cavity; m op., mantle opening; vs., visceral mass 14A Portions of the external cuticle, highly magnified, and seen in section from two different regions of the animal 14B Surface views of three examples of retinacula occurring on the internal cuticle, 15 highly magnified Thotnpsonia cubensis Reinhard and Stewart From Reinhard and Stewart, 1956, X 150 Longitudinal section of a young sac The apical pole the right of the figure 207 lies to Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 68 Plate 27 Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 68 Plate 28 Florida Cirripedia: Weisbord 225 Explanation of P^ate 28 All figures on this plate reduced 1/2 from originals Page Figure 1-3 Weltneria hessleri Newman Reproduced from Newman, l(a-k) labrum; Holotype (b) True mandible; 178 1971, pp 424, 427, and pi I scale indicated by markers, (a) mandible with palp attached; second maxilla; (h) entire female (c) (d,e) first maxilla; (f,g) seen from right side, including rostral plate; dotted line represents left margin of burrow; (i) opercular bars, right side; details of smallest spines found on surface of (j) opercular bars; (k) opercular bars viewed from above l(I-o) Paratype (1) Pedicle of sixth cirrus and caudal appendage; (m) first maxilla (n,o) mandibles 2(a,g) Burrows and rostral plates (a,b) vacated burrows seen from above, rostral end at left, X 4; (c-e) rostral plate: (c) right ride; (d) frontal view; (e) inner view, X 3.9; (f,g) left and right interior surfaces of vacated burrow, ; rostral plate removed, X 2.2 3(a-f) Holotype Cirri and appendages True scale indicated by markers (a,b) first cirrus; (c,d) proximal and distal portions of cirrus III; (e) intermediate articles of cirrus VI; (f) caudal appendages INDEX Note: Light face figures refer to page numbers Bold face figures refer to the plate numbers A B Abele, Lawrence Gorden Acanthocarpus 194, 206, 208 172, 187 Accomac County, Virginia 201 Acropora 175, 176 165, 169, 170, Acrothoracica 172 177 aequispinus, Lithodes 172, 182, 183 Africa 200 agassizii, Lithodes 172, 182, 183 Aequipecten Alaska 170, 172, 173, 182, 198 Alcippe 176 alexandri, Acanthocarpus 172, 187 Alligator Harbor, Florida Point, Florida Amazon River (Brazil) americana, Sacculina 198,200 189 202 185,186,217 174, 202 ampulla, Lithoglyptes 174 21 amoenus, Petrolisthes Anasimus 196 anisodon, Pitho 173, 193, 194 Anomalothir 173,192 antarcticus, Lithodes 172, 182, 183 Antilles 200 Antigua (Leeward Islands) antiqua, Neptunea antiquus, Fusus 193, 194 180 180 172, 190 173,202 177 172,182 Arachnopsis Aratus Area Argentina argyrostoma, Turbo marmorostoma 175 Arquipelago dos Abrolhos (Brazil) Atlantis Expedition Aucilla River, Florida Auke Bay, Alaska Aurivillius, Carl Vilhelm Samuel Australia axifuga, Dendrophyllia 194 208 191 172, 182 179,208,209 175 175 INDEX Blanchisseuse Bay, INDEX D INDEX Grenadines (Windward Gruvel, Jean Abel Guadeloupe Island (Lesser Antilles) da Trindade (Brazil) 172,187 179, 210 Islands) Gulf of Alaska 193, 194 182 of Mexico 169, 171-173, 181, 184, 186, 187, 192, 194, 199, 200 Guayabo Chiquito (Panama) 204 H Habana (Cuba) 197, 199 Haig, Janet 211 Hancock, Albany 211, 216 harrisii, Rithropanopeus Hay, W P Haynes, Evan Helgoland Island (West Germany) 173, 198 211 210 180 172,189 Hemus Henry, Dora Priaulx 211 Heron Island 175 173 180, 181 (Australia) herbstii, Panopeus heros, Lunatia hessleri Weltneria 28 171-172, 178, 224 Heterosaccus 173, 193-195, 220 Highland Point, Florida 190 177 Hippoporidra hirsuta, Sacculina 22 172,176-178, 218 Hobbs, Horton, H., Jr 210 Hoek, Paulus Peronius Cato 179,211 Hog Island (Bahama Islands) Hopkins, Sewell, H 195 199, 211 Howland Island (Central Pacific Ocean) 175 I iherminieri, Pitho nha Maraj6 (Brazil) 173, 193, 194 202 INDEX littorea, Littorina 180, 181 Littorina 180,181 184 Live Oak, Florida lobifrons, Micropanope 173,197 longicarpus, Pagurus 172,184,185 longipilus, Loxothylacus Lophopanopeus Los Roques Islands 26 173,196-197, 222 173 190 198,200 199,200 173, 195, 222 180,181 (Venezuela) Louisiana Loxocephalus Loxothylacus Lunatia M McMullen, J C 170, 181, 183, 211 Macrocoeloma 173, 194 madagascariensis, Cassis Maiai Island (Tuamotu Archipelago) 177 175 173 175 171, 213 Maine Maldive Islands Manning, Raymond B marginatus, 173,200 174, 204 Callinectes Petrolisthes Marianne River 202 (Trinidad) marmorostoma Turbo 175 175 Marshall Islands Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts Martinique (Lesser 199 194 171,201 Antilles) Maryland Massachusetts 172, 173, 180, 187 200 175 Matagorda Bay, Texas maxima, Tridacna Mediterranean Sea Menzel, A Winston Mexico 180, 181 199, 211 174, 194, 199, Miami, Florida Micropanope Microphrys 200, 202, 204 197, 208 173, 197 173, 186, 193- microphyllus, Murex 195 178 miersii, Sesarma INDEX North Carolina 172, 173, 177, 180, 182, 1861S8, 191, 192, 194, 205, 206 North Sea Nova Pleistocene 171, 176, 178, 201 178 Pliocene pliocenica, 180 Siderastrea 178 Podochela Scotia 171-173 (Canada) poliana, Natica Polinices 180 178 pomum, Murex O porcellanae, Oceanea Lernaeodiscus 175 occidentalis, Depranorchis Heterosaccus 173, 191 180, 181 193 24 173, 193-195, 220 Panopeus Old Bahama Channel Orinoco River 173, 198 208 (Venezuela) .25 Porites Port Aransas, Texas Bay packardi, Neopanope Pagurus 198 172, 184, 185 175, 176 palmata, Acropora Palmer, Katherine V W 172 Panama 173,199 (Australia) Progreso (Yucatan) Ptychascus Puerto Cabello (Venezuela) Puerto Rico 204,206 200 198 173, 174 178, 186, 187 191, 193-195, 198 204 Punta panopaei, Loxothylacus Sacculina Panopeus Paralithodes Paralomis Parthenope 26 170, 173, 197198, 222 197 173, 198 172, 182, 183 172, 182, 183 (Platylambrus) Alegre (Cuba) Arenas (Chile) Gallina (Colombia) Pulau Melila (Sumatra) 22 Sacculina Mississippi Pearse, A S Peltogaster sp quadridentata, Tetraplax 178 212 Pilumnus Aratus 173, 198 172, 181, 183, R 186 Peru 172,188-189 Q 178 Pascagoula, Petrolisthes 175 173, 199 Cymatium Loxothylacus 208 172,182 182 pustulata, parthenopeum, Pensacola, Florida perarmatus, 175 199 173,219 173, 175, 176, 186, 197, 200, Panama Canal Zone Pitho 199 Parthenope (Platylambrus) Princess Charlotte P 221 175 200 195 182 land Islands) Pourtales Plateau, Florida pourtalesi, pisonii, Portunus Port William (Falk- 203,204-206, Ragged Key, Florida 27 173, 198-199 223 202 172, 202 172, 188 173, 202 173, 193, 194 Rathbun, Mary J 199 180, 190, 192194, 201, 202, 212 rathbunae, Sacculina 231 Tetraxanthus 23 172, 189-190, 219 173, 198 INDEX Recife (Brazil) Reinhard, Edward G Santa Elena (Ecuador) Santa Rosa Sound, Florida Sapelo Island, Georgia 208 183, 185-190, 197-199, 204, 206, 212, 216, 218, 223 Reischman, 223 sapidus, Callinectes Sarasota, Florida 190-191,219 Pilumnus Schiermonnikoog 197-199,212, PacidusG reniformis, Sacculina Revilla Gigedo (Mexico) 23 177 178 171, 173, 204 172 177 Island (Netherlands) Schmitt, Waldo L 180 171, 184, 207, 208 Rigjli Island 175 173, 191 (Eniwetok) riisei, 200 173, 198 sayi, 165, 169, 170, Rhizocephala 204 Podochela schmitti, Lernaeodiscus Rio de Janeiro 173 (Brazil) Rithropanopeus robusta, Munidopsis Rongelap Atoll 173, 198 172, 184 schmitti, 22 Sacculina Scripps Institution of 175 181,211,213 180 Roscoff (France) Oceanography 191-192 171 sculptus, Mithrax 171, 176, 180, Ross, Anold 25 174,206-207, 221 173,194 178 (Mithraculus) Septastrea Sesarma ruber, Mithrax (Mithraculus) 173,193 (Holometopus) 173 seticornis, Stenorhyncus S 187 Saba Bank Sacculina 195 Savannah, Georgia Andrews Bay, Florida Croix (Virgin St 177,198 194,198,208 Islands) Eustatius (Netherlands Antilles) 186,195 George Island, 197 Florida George Sound, Kitts (Leeward Islands) (South Atlantic Ocean) Spaanse Water Florida Gut (Jamaica) San Antonio Bay, Texas Sanding Island (Sumatra) Lithoglyptes , 186,188,193195, 208 199 175 Trachycarcinus Steinhatchee, Florida Stenorhynchus Stenocionops 175 stimpsoni, Munida Stewart, Sister Thomas Cecile 171 studieri, 200 San Francisco State College 172,182,183 189 20 172,174-176 216 spinulifer, (Virgin Salt (Curacao) 187 180 Islands) Sambo Key, 173, 178, 186, 187, 194 spinatus, Lawrence River Thomas 177 211 178 170 197,204,213 South Georgia Island 200 Florida 172 175 Seto Bay (Japan) Shackleford Banks, North Carolina Shore, C A Siderastrea Smith, Eugene Smith, Geoffrey South Carolina 232 Acropora 172, 185, 186 195 172 173,174,194 207, 208 207,208,212, 223 175 INDEX Sumatra (Indonesia) 18.00 420 pp., 10 pis (Nos 231-232) Antarctic bivalves, Bivalvia catalogue LI (Nos 233, LII New 387 pp., 43 236) Zealand 18.00 pis foraras, Stromatoporoidea, Indo-Pacific, Mio- cene-Pliocene California forams LIII 488 pp., 45 pis (Nos 237-238) Venezuela Bryozoa, Kinderhookian Brachiopods 18.00 LIV (Nos 239-245) 18.00 510 pp., 50 pis Dominican ostracodes, Lepidocyclina, moUusks LV 657 pp., 60 pis (Nos 246-247) Cenozoic corals, Trinidad Neogene mollusks ™ 572 pp., 49 pis (Nos 248-254) Forams, North Carolina fossils, coral types, Cenozoic Echinoids, Cretaceous Radiolaria, Cymatiid gastropods LVI LVII 321 (Nos 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