James Hall’s (1856) Rostroconchs from the Mississippian of Indiana and Illinois
Creators:Hoare, Richard D.
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science, v106, n4 (September, 2006), 156-163.
Hall (1856) described without illustrations six species of the rostroconch Conocardium in his study of the fauna of the Salem Limestone in Indiana and the Warsaw Shale in Illinois. The species represent five genera, two of which are new, Leptoconocardium and Kyoconocardium. Other species represent the genera Hippocardia Brown, 1843; Oxyprora Hoare, Mapes, and Yancey, 2002; and Diedrorynchus Hoare and Peck, 2005.
Author Institution: Dept of Geology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
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