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B BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY VOLUME 74 1978 Paleontological Research Institution Ithaca, New York 14850 U S A EDITOR'S NOTE American Paleontology, volume 74, number 302, was the monograph published under the gifted editorship of Dr Bulletins of last Katherine V W Palmer, Director Emeritus of the Paleontological Research Institution The profession has benefited from her exacting editorial skill and deep knowledge of the intricacies of procedure for more than twenty-five years We shall taxonomic miss her guiding hand Dr Peter R Hoover Director, Paleontological Research Institution Editor, Bulletins of American Paleontology ^ A \^\^ CONTENTS OF VOLUME 74 Pages Bulletin No 302 Plates Supplement to the Catalogue of the Type and Figured Specimens in the Paleontological First Research Institution By Stephen 303 J 1-251 Fast Brachiopods and Molluscs of the Lower Permian Arcturus Group, Nevada and Utah Part I: Brachiopods, Scaphopods, Rostroconchs, and — Bivalves By Thomas 304 Middle Cities E Yancey Ordovician Crinoids Area of Minnesota By James C Brower and from the Julia Veinus 253-367 1-10 369-506 11-25 Twin MUS COMP ZOOU, LIBRARY JAN 1979 HARVARD UNlVKFlSiTY INDEX No separate index is included in the volume Each number is indexed separately Contents of the volume are Usted in the begining of the volume P^-B JUL BULLETINS HARVARD '-'NIVERSiTV OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY (Founded 1895) Vol 74 No 302 THE CATALOGUE OF THE TYPE AND FIGURED SPECIMENS IN THE PALEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION FIRST SUPPLEMENT TO By Stephen John Fast 1978 Paleontological Research Institution Ithaca, New York 14850 U S A 1978 PALEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION CURRENT President Harold Vice-President Duane Secretary E O LeRot Wakeley Philip C Treasurer Vokes Ernestine Q Wright Director Katherine V Assistant Director W Palmer Peter R Hoover Assistant Secretary, Assistant Treasurer Rebecca Council Armand AAAS Representative Council S Harris L Adams Richard G Osgood, Jr Trustees Ruth G Browne (1976-1980) Kenneth E Caster (1975-1979) Katherine V W Palmer (Life) John Pojeta, Jr (1975-1979) John K L Cisne Rebecca Margaret Duane O (1976-1978) Heroy (1975-1979) LeRoy (1974-1978) Jr Sachs, Jr (1974-1978) B Sass (1974-1978) E Yokes (1975-1979) Philip C Wakeley (1976-198«) B William A Oliver, Norman Daniel Harold Harris (Life) S Ernestine Q Wright (1976-1980) (1976-1980) BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY and PALAEONTOGRAPHICA AMERICANA Katherine V W Palmer, Editor Peter R Hoover Doris C Brann Assistant Assistant Advisory Board Hans Kugler J Glenn Marks Kenneth E Caster A Myra Keen Complete titles and price list of separate available numbers may be had by application For reprint, Vols 1-23, Bulletins of American Paleontology see Kraus Reprint Corp., 16 East 46th St., New York, N.Y 10017 U.S.A Palaeontographica Americana see Johnson Reprint Corporation, 111 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y 10003 U.S.A For reprint, vol Subscription may price of $20.00 per I, be entered at any time by volume or year, with average volume for Bulletins cana invoiced per issue Purchases ductible from income tax Numbers of Palaeontographica in U.S.A for professional For sale by Palcontological Research Institution Trumansburg Road Ithaca, New York 14850 1259 U.S.A Ameri- purposes are de- BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY (Founded 1895) Vol 74 No 302 THE CL\TALOGUE OF THE TYPE AND FIGURED SPECIMENS IN THE PALEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION FIRST SUPPLEMENT TO By Stephen John Fast June 29, 1978 Paleontological Research Institution Ithaca, New York 14850 U S A Library of Congress Card Number: 78-61068 Printed in the United States of America Arnold Printing Corporation Ithaca, N.Y _ CONTENTS Page Preface S Introduction Abbreviations for Publications given as References in Marks for Special References Catalogue Incertae Sedis — this Catalogue 10 11 250 Bulletin 304 496 Explanation of Plate 23 Page Figure 1-6 446 Carabocrinus dicyclicus (Sardeson) Holdfasts, Decorah Sh 1, 2, 4, Paratypes (described by Sardeson as Strophocrinus and Podolithus strophocrinus), Bed of Sardeson, Twin Cities Brick Plant, St Paul dicyclicus Lower layer bryozoan, of small 9201, X specimen cemented to 1.7 Large lower layer cemented to substrate; note traces of plate sutures and well-developed ridges, UM UM 9198, X 1-7 Upper layer of specimen attached to substrate, irregular traces of plate sutures present, 1.7 9197, UM X Basal layer with roughly pentagonal outline and prominent pentameral symmetry, 9195, X UM 1.7 Figured specimen tentatively placed in this species, 9200; basal plate with parts of upper layer along margin; basal plate ridge pattern has less well-developed pentameral symmetry than most specimens; specimen cemented to bedding plane that was probably smooth and, perhaps somewhat weathered, when the animal was alive; X 1.6, Bed of Sardeson, St Paul UM UM Figured specimen, 9248; part of basal plate covered by a bryozoan, indicating that the basal plate was exposed prior to burial; some main ridges hollow; X 1.3, about m above motel foundation near south end of Mendota Bridge, Dakota Co., Minn Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 74 Plate 23 P^!**.' jtijfi Plate 24 Bull Amer Paleont Vol 74 IP 1?^ *fl 11 12 13 \J # 15 16 14 Middle Ordovician Crinoids: Brower & Veinus 497 Explanation of Plate 24 Figure 1-8 9-14 Page Carabocrinus dicyclicus (Sardeson) 446 Figured growth series of radial plates, UM 9235; figs 3-5 and are either or both weathered and abraded plates; note well-preserved radial facets and traces of goniospires on figs and 8; X 1.3, Decorah Sh., Bed of Sardeson, St Paul Figured columnals of various Twin Cities area unknown 1.7, UM St the 383 Note wide variation of morphology, X Round column with pentameres, deson, crinoids from Decorah Sh 9351, Bed of Sar- Paul 10 Pentagonal stem with three orders of columnals; largest order strongly nodose, sutures between adjacent colum- 11 Pentagonal column with fine ridges on columnals, 12 Bed of Sardeson, St Paul Round stem with strongly nodose columnals, Bed of Sardeson, St Paul nals crenulate; UM 9356, Bed of Sardeson, St Paul UM 9358, UM 9355, Pentagonal column with one order of nodose and one order of non-nodose plates, 9349, Bed of Sardeson, Minneapolis or St Paul 13 UM Round stem with smooth 14 plates and crenulate sutures; one articular surface figured by Sardeson (1908, fig 26) as Podolifhus dendrocrinus; 9350, Bed of Sardeson, St Paul UM 15-18 Lichenocrinid holdfasts 471 Figured specimens from the Decorah Sh 15 Smooth specimen with indeterminate plate structure, found cemented to a carbonate pebble on the sea floor, 9327, X 6, Bed of Sardeson, Minneapolis 16 Convex example with round crater and poorly defined plate sutures, located on inside of strophomenid shell, 9330, X 3.5, Bed of Sardeson, Minneapolis 17 Poorly preserved convex specimen cemented to a bryozoan, 9334 (D Wallace collection) X 6, Bed of UM UM UM Sardeson, Twin Cities Brick Plant, St Paul Convex specimen with pentalobate 18 side of strophomenid shell, Sardeson, Minneapolis or 19 Ste.m St crater found on out9329, 4.3, Bed of Paul UM X with Grasping Cirri on Bryozoan Figured specimen, Paul UM 9354, X 2.6, 475 Bed of Sardeson, St Bulletin 304 498 Explanation of Plate 25 Page Figure 1-5 475 LOBATE AND DIGITATE HOLDFASTS CEMENTED TO BRYOZOANS Figured specimens in D Wallace collection, X 5.2, Decorah Sh., Bed of Sardeson, Twin Cities Brick Plant, St Paul UM 9341 Specimen with branched and unbranched lobes, Holdfast with long slender and unbranched digitations; note exposed canals that may have housed axial nerve 9342 cords and associated soft parts, Example with stem and five short branches; stem with pentameres; specimen resembles Podolithus dendrocrinus 9344 of Sardeson; Holdfast with many branches similar to P schtzocrtnus of Sardeson; note how the branches wrap around the bryozoan and penetrate the tubes of the colony, 9338 Specimen with few thick branches, 9339 UM UM UM UM Tree-Stump-like Cirrus Root 474 UM Figured specimen, 9345 (D Wallace collection) cirri presumably rooted into the substrate, root in middle of slab obviously in growth position, two flanking specimens either in growth position with the distal part of stem parallel to seabed or perhaps uprooted; X 2.6, Decorah Sh., Bed of Sardeson, Twin Cities Brick Plant, St Paul Massive conical attachment-disk UM Figured specimen, 9360; note plated upper surface with pores, column with large pentalobate axial canal, articular surfaces of columnals with small canals, holdfast cemented to receptaculitid fragment; specimen originally described by Sardeson as Podolithus anomalocrinus; X 1.5, Decorah Sh., Bed of Sardeson, below Mantorville, Minnesota 474 Bull Amer Paleont., Vol 74 Plate 25 ^^:J^^'-f^ s^ vrw\-l_- > INDEX NUMBER Nofe: Page numbers in light face; 304 plate numbers in bold face type A Bed of Sordeson oKinis, 377,378,474, 497 377,378,412, 413,424,426, Bed of Sordeson Lkhenocrinus Agassizocrinus Owen 374, 471 & 432, 440, 446, Shumord 465 407, 464, 465 416 A lobatus Springer Alisocrinus Kirk 454, 456, 470, 474, 485-487, 489 493, 496, angulatus, 452 Cyathocrinus Dendrocrinus falaeocrinus 497 377,378,421, Bed of Sordeson 451 16 373, 374, 378, 379,451-453, 432, 440, 443, 446, 457, 470, 474-476, 486- 489 489, 494, 495, ongustatus, 429,434,443 Cupulocrinus Anomalocrinut Meek 497, 498 377,378,416, 417,421,474, Bed of Sordeson & Worthen 474 A incurvus (Meek 484, 485, 497, & 498 474 Worthen) bifida, anomalocrinus, Antedon 389,471,474 Podolithuj Antedon Freminville 404, 433 A bifida (Pennant) Anulocrinus Romsbottom 399 459, 462 Archaeocrinus Wachsmuth & Springer A locunosus A microbasalis A sp (E Cremocrinus 466, 469 billingsi, Grenpriiia 13 373, 378, 379, 443, 445, 446, 476, 498 373,412,413, Billings) (E 399 billingsianus, Billings) 486 412 412 Ottawacrinus 443 414,426 415,456,457, 462 Periglyptocrinus Block River Gp 13 373,412,413, 486 arctus, Cremocrinos 16, 17 373, 375, 377, Brachimonocrinut simplex Arendt Bromide (Ls.) Fm 379, 380, 383, 407, 457-466, 406 395,459,468 462 462 Mountain Lake Mbr Pooleville Mbr 468, 469, 489, 490 c articulo$us, Cremacrinus 466, 469 Palaeocrinus 374 ashmani, Calceocrinus Hall 462, 468 Canada 379, 412, 419, 420, 422, 426, 472 Lichenocrlnus austini, 445, 446, 454 471,472 Lichenocrinus canaliculatus, Cupulocrinus B Barycrinus Meek & Worthen Bed of Sordeson Bed of Sordeson 15, 16 373, 374, 378, 379,441-443, 382 377 488, 489 Carabocrinus 377, 430, 466, 474, 486, 489, 490 499 E Billings 373,382,384387, 389, 390, 395, 398 447, 448 450 INDEX C conoideos Sardeson C dicycllcus (Sardeson) crateriformis, 391,392,395, 446, 449, 493 Cremacrinus Ulrich C arctus Sardeson 16,17 373,375,377, 23, 24 386, 387, 389, 379, 380, 383, 407, 457-466, Hudson C huronensis Foerste 391-396,398, 399,401-406, 408-411,446, 448-450,471, C orticulosus 492-494, 496, (E Billings) 497 C billingsianus 451 451 C 450 C furcillatus 468, 469, 489, 490 (W Sardeson 19, C 22 373, 374, 378, Gurley C rodiatus E Billings C slocomi Foerste 451,492,495 449 C lucifer Bolton 451 451 449, 451 451 451 451 (Miller & 466,469 466,469 Gurley) 18 373-375,378, 379, 407, 464, 465, 467-469, 491 C rugosus (W R Billings) 466, 469 466, 469 C tubuliferus Springer 466, 469 C ulrichi Springer Cryphiocrinus Kirk 407 Cupulocrinus Moore & Laudon 426, 427, 431, 441 C angustatus tuberculatus (Meek & Worfhen) 448,449,451 Billings C vancortlandi Billings) 395,451 C treadwelli Sinclair E (E 451 Veinus 466, 469 Kolata 466,469 C kentuckiensis C stellifer C? 466,469 Billings) guttenbergensis 391-394,396, 398, 399, 448- C slocomi costatus Foerste & R 466,469 C punctatus Ulrich Brower & Veinus C oogyi Kolata C ovalis Miller & 466, 469 C inaequalis 379, 387-389, C magnificus Ulrich C micropunctatus 466,469 (Ringueberg) decatur Springer C magnificus Brower 374, 471 457, 459, 462, 466, 467 Lichenocrinus 19, 20, 21, 373, 378, 379, C esthonus Jaekel C geometricus 373, 387, 389, E Billings caryophyllatus, n 406 Eugeniacrinus chapmani, Palaeocrlnus C 453 C charltoni, Giyptocrinus 429,434,443 C conalicuiatus 450, 451 415 C C Cincinnaticrinus 15,16 373,374,378, 379,441-443, 488, 489 conjugans (E Billings) 429, 442 drummuckensis Kolata 430,442 429 erraticus (Miller) gracilis (Hall) 13 373,374,377, sp 380, 426-429, 462, 486 varibrachialis Warn & 472 Giyptocrinus 415 454 Strimple circumcarinatus, Cobourg Beds C gracilis Ramsbottom Ramsbottom conicus, Porocrinus 442 C heterobrachialis 429,434,443 C heterocostoiis (Hall) 455 C humilis (E Billings) 430,442 429,442 conjugans, Cupulocrinus conoideus, 429,442 Corobocrinus 373, 387, 389, 379, 429, 430, 391,392,395, 446, 449, 493 433, 434, 436, 438-440, 442, C jewetti (E 14,15 373,374,378, 443, 476, 487, crassus, Porocrinus Billings) 488 456 500 INDEX 395,401,446, 449, 493, 496 C jewetti kentuckiensis 429,434,443 Springer Dinorthis C latibrachiatus (E 429, 434, 443 C minimus Springer Disconia Cyathocrinus angulatus 388,446,449 pentamerus Westphal drummuckensis, Cupulocrinus 443 443 C polydactylus (Shumard) 429,434,443 C sepulchrum Ramsbottom 429, 434, 443 406 Cyathidium Steenstrup 406 C depressum Sieverts 406 C holopus Steenstrup C molanderi Kolata C plattevillensis Kolata 380,462 deflecta (Conrad) 430,443 Billings) 430,442 dyeri, 414 415,420,423 Giyptocrinus Pycnocrinus dyeri subgiobosus, 420 Pycnocrinus (E 452 Billings) dyeri subiaevls, 420 Pycnocrinus D E decadactylus, Ectenocrinus Miller 413, 415, 416, Giyptocrinus 420 E Edriocrinus Hall decotur, 466,469 373,374,378, Cremocrinus Decoroh (Sh.) Fm 380-384, 336, 387,398,412, 413,416,417, 421,423,424, 456 Corabocrinus 406 spiralis 405 Angelin 451 F fayettensis, Porocrinus Figured columnals of various 375, 389, 470, Podolithus 471,475,497, 498 unknown 456 crinoids from the 24 Twin Cities area depressum, Cyathidium 383,497 furcillatus, 406 466,469 Cremocrinus Dibrachiocrinus 406 Arendt G dicyclicus, 9, 20, 373, 378, 379, 23, 24 386, 387, 389, , Galena (Dol.) Fm Galena Gp., 391-396,398, 399, 401-406, 408-411,446, 448-450,471, Dunleith Fm geometricus, Corabocrinus 492-494, 496 374,379 378 451 Gilbertsocrinus vetulus Moore & 497 Strophocrinus 389,471 Euspirocrinus dendrocrinus, Carabocrinus 451 Podolithus Eugeniocrinus caryophyllatus Miller 427 430 Billings 429 eucheirocrinus, 380,462 374, 375 D gracilis (Hall) E sacculus Hall Cupulocrinus deflecta, D jewetti E Hall esthonus, 489,491-498 pocilliformis Porocrinus 457, 470, 472, 474-476, 484- Dendrocrinus Hall D angulatus E Billings holopoides Springer erraticus, 451,454,456, Dinorthis E E, 460 472 406 406 406,407 406,407 elegans, 426, 432, 440, 443, 446, 448- solovjevi simplex (Hall) 373, 384-386, Giyptocrinus 388,389,391- 501 Jeffords Hall 389 374,413,414, 416 INDEX G charltoni Kolata G circumcarinatus Parks & Alcock G decadactylus Hall G dyeri Meek G mercerensis Miller & Gurley ornotus E pustulosis Kolata fhofferi Miller n sp 416 415 415 414 12 373,374,378, 379,414,415, 417,485 407 407 Hybocystis problemoticus Wetherby 416 Billings tridactylus 415 413,415,416, 420 414 Hybocrinus H punctatus (Miller & Gurley) H tumidus E Billings Hyperexochus Moore G.? mercerensis (Miller & Gurley) G G G G 415 389 Jeffords I 377-379,423, Illinois 429 inaequoiis, 466, 469 Cremocrinus incurvus, 474 Anomaiocrinus gracilit, locrinus 13 373,374,377, 380, 426-429, Cupulocrinus subcrcssus (Meek & Worthen) 442, 462, 486 427 427 Dendrocrinus Poterocrinus Isotomocrinus I tenuis 389 456, 457 Ulrich Billings) (E 16 G billingsi (Springer) G springer! Moore 406 443,444 13 373,378,379, 443, 445, 446 476, 486 446 J jewetti, Cupulocrinus 14, 15 373, 374, 378, 379, 429, 430, GSC 433, 434, 436, 438-440, 442, 443, 476, 487, (Geological Survey of Canada 373,376,378, 379, 456, 457, 473, 489 gronulatus, Torynocrinus Grenprisio Moore 407 & collections) 376,425 gutfenbergensis, 488 466, 469 Cremacrinus 430 Dendrocrinus jewetti kentuckiensis, H Hemlbrachlocrinus manesterensis Arendt Hemicrlnus K 406 kentuckiensis, 406 spp 429,434,443 Cupulocrinus heterobrachlalit, 466, 469 378,379,416 Cremacrinus Kentucky 429,434,443 Cupulocrinus L heterocostoiis, Cupulocrinus Heterocrinus Hall Koiopoides, Edriocrinus 430, 442 457.459,460 412 Archaeocrinus 406 latibrachiatus, 406 406 406 406 laxus, 430, 443 Cupulocrinus hoiopus, Cyathidium Holopus d'Orbigny H rongii d'Orbigny H rawsoni lacunosus, Gray Cupulocrinus Ls Mbr holdfasts 378,379 24 373-375,377, 429,442 378, 380, 382, 450 383,471,472, 497 huronensis, Carabocrinus Curdsville Lichenocrinid humitis, 374 Merocrinus Lexington Gp., 502 INDEX 472,473 374,471 472 471,472 374,471 lichenocrJnus Hall L Miller affinis L ashmani Faber L austini Fenton L crateriformis Hall St ^ 375,384,386, Paul 387, 392-394, 396,398,412, 413,416,417, 421,423,424, 426, 432, 440, 443, 446, 449- nodosus minnesotensis 471,472 Fenton 472 L ornatus Fenton Lobate and digitate holdfasts cemented 25 378,382,432, to bryozoans L 451,454,456, 457, 470, 474476, 484-489, 491-494,496- 498 471, 475,498 minnesotensis, lobotus, 466,469 Cremacrinus 380 Rafinesquino molanderi, Cupulocrinus 407, 464, 465 Agassizocrinus locifer, 443 multibrachialis, M 12 373, 374, 378, Pycnocrinus 379,417,421423, 485 mognificus, Carabocrinus 19, 22 373, 374, 378, 379, 387-389, N 391-394,396, 398, 399, 448- narrawayi, Protopaleoster 451,492,495 New monesterensls, Hemibrochiocrinus morginotus, Pycnocrinos Massive conical attachment disk Gp Maysville NMNH 406 (National 419 Museum of Natural 374,376,403, 417,423,449, History collections) 25 378,382,474, 498 420 457, 468, 469, 473,485,491 NMNH (S) (National Museum of Natural History, Springer mercerensis, Glyptocrinus Glyptocrinos? 380 377 York 416 416 376, 459, 466, 468, 469, 470, 491 collection) Merocrinus laxus Ulrich 374 mlcrobosalis, Archaeocrinus mlcropunctotus, Carabocrinus minimus, Cupulocrinus Minnesota Cannon Falls Dakota Co Fillmore Co Kenyon Minneapolis nodosus minnesotensis, 412 471,472 Lichenocrinus o 451 429, 434, 443 373,448,474, 498 387,392-394, 396,398,441, 449-451,476, 492, 494, 495 449,496 432,441,487, 488 386 375, 379, 380, 430, 466, 470, 474, 486, 489- 472 395,459,468 Ohio Oklahoma 378, 379, 425, 426, 466 433, 434, 445, Ontario Klrkfield 446, 454 Ottawa 453 oogyi, Carabocrinus 451 ornatus, 415 472 Glyptocrinus Lichenocrinus Ottawacrinus 491,497 503 O billings! Springer O typus W R Billings 443 446 INDEX poiydactyius, ottawaensis, 420,422,423 378,379 Pycnocrinus Ottawa ova is, Fm (Ls.) I 449,451 Carabocrinus 429, 434, 443 Copolocrinos 374,454,455 455 Porocrinus Billings P conicus P crassus E Billings Meek & Worthen P P Kesling Poloeocrinus P (E 451,452 Billings angulotus & fayettensis Slocum P pentagonius 379,451-453, P articolosos Ulrich P chapman! P pulchellus P rhombiferus Billings) (E E P striatus E Billings E Billings Billings 489 489 374 453 453 453 453,454 P & Paul Ramsbottom P scotlcus P shawi Schuchert P smith! 16 373, 374, 378, 379, 454-456, gracilis Grant narraway! Hudson E Billings spinuliferos n sp folaeocrlnus 414,426 416,425,426 Cremacrinus 12 373, 374, 378, 379, 423-426, 485 406 374,377,379, Loriol Platteville (Ls.) Fm Falls Hybocrinus 441,487,488 P 373,377-379, (Meek) 430, 466, 474, 486, 489, 490 P P 443 (E pocilliformis, P Edriocrinus 389,470,471 P 420 420 marglnatus 419 Billings) multibrachlalls n sp 12 373, 374, 378, 373, 375, 388, P anomaiocrinus Sardeson 389,471,474 dendrocrinus Sardeson 375, 389, 470, P P ottawaensis (Wilson) romulosus (E Billings) 11 sardesoni n sp 471,475,497, 498 P P schizocrinos Sardeson 389,471 P shofferl 389, 471, 475, P 498 P strophocrinus Sardeson 379,417,421423, 485 420,422,423 420,422,423 373,374,378, 379,416,419, 420, 423, 475, euchelrocrinut Sardeson 415,420,423 dyeri sublaevis 406,407 Sardeson 415 414,421 dyeri subgiobosus (Miller) piattevillensis, Cupulocrinus 407 pustulosis, Pycnocrinus Miller P dyerl (Meek) 373,378,432, Mbr 18 373-375,378, 379, 407, 464, 465, 467-469, 491 Glyptocrinus 383, 456, 457, 462, 472 Carimono Mbr 453 punctatus, Phyilocrinus sabaudianus P 380 pulchellus, Wachsmuth & Springer priscus 407 Hybocystis 414,416,423 billlngsi Podolithus 416,425,426 Protopaleaster Wcchsmuth & Springer Hidden 427 Hall Periglyptocrinus 388,446,449 Disconia & 456 456 455 456 problemoticus, Periglyptocrinus Pictet priscus, 489 P pyramidatus Kesling pentamerus, P 16 373,374,378, 379, 454-456, Poterocrinus pentagonius, Porocrinus P 456 456 Paul P Meek & Worthen 16 373,374,378, Billings) 456 elegans shafferi (Miller) 389, 446, 470, (Miller) 484 420 germanus 420 pyramidatus, 471,496 5(H Porocrinus 456 INDEX Q smithi, 456 Porocrinus 379 Quebec solovjevi, 406 Dibrachiocrinus R spinuliferus, 12 373, 374, 378, 379, 423-426, Periglyptocrinus radiatus, 485 451 Carabocrinus Rafinesquina minnesotensis (Winchell) spiralis, ramulosus, Pycnocrinus 380 420,422,423 446 Grenprisia rangii, stellifer, 406 Holopus Holopus Rhaphonocrlnus Wachsmuth Springer rhombiferus, Palaeocrinus 451 406 Carabocrinus Stem with grasping on bryozoan 412 striatus, 453 Palaeocrinus Strophocrinus Sardeson rawsoni, & 405 Euspirocrinus sprrngeri, cirri ROM - 24 378,382,475, 497 453,454 373,384-387, 389, 470 (Royal Ontario Museum S dicyclicus Sardeson 376,426 collections) 388,389,391395,401,446, 449, 493, 496 rugosus, 466, 469 Cremocrinus 373,334-386, strophocrinus, s Podolithus 389, 446, 470, 471,496 saboudlonus, subcrassus, 406 Phyiiocrinus locrinus 389 sacculus, 406, 407 Edriocrinus sordesoni, Pycnocrinus 11 373,374,378, 379,416,419, tenuis, 420, 423, 475, Isotomocrinus 484 schizocrinus, Podolithus 389, 471, 475, Torynocrinus granulatus (Jaekei) 498 406 treadwelli, scoticus, Porocrinus sepulchrum, Copuiocrinos 456 Carabocrinus Giyptocrinus Pycnocrinus 429,434,443 cirrus 414 420 Trenton root Gp Giyptocrinus 455 tuberculatus, 406 472 tubuliferus, Carabocrinus? simplex, Brachimonocrinus Ectenocrinus Cremocrinus Hybocrinus 451 slocomi costatus, Carabocrinus 12 373, 374, 378, 448,449,451 466, 469 tumidus, slocomi, Carabocrinus 377,412,419 379,414,415, 417,485 420 shawi, Porocrinus 25 378,382,474, 498 tridactylus, germanus, Pycnocrinus 395,451 Tree-stump-like shofferi, shafferi 16 373, 376, 378, 379, 456, 457, 473, 489 407 typus, Ottawacrinus 451 505 446 INDEX u 473-476, 484- 498 UW uc (Field Museum History (University of Wisconsin of Natural collections) 376,416 449 collections) UCM (University of Cincinnati, Geological Museum collections) 376, 473 uirichi, Cremocrinus 466, 469 UM 450,451 voribrochiaiis, 472 Cincinnaticrinus (University of Minnesota collections) vancorHondi, Carabocrinus vetulus, 374, 376, 388, w 426, 428, 430, 432-435, 440, 442, 443, 445, 389 Gilbertsocrinus 412,416,417, 419,421,424- Wisconsin 446,449-451, Ellsworth 453-457, 459, 466, 468-470, Fennimore 506 377,379,387 386, 387, 449451 449 ... the volume Each number is indexed separately Contents of the volume are Usted in the begining of the volume P^-B JUL BULLETINS HARVARD '-'NIVERSiTV OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY (Founded 1895) Vol. .. 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