A compendium of fossil marine animal genera (Bulletins of American paleontology)

by J. John Sepkoski

Publisher: Paleontological Research Institution

Written in English
Published: Pages: 500 Downloads: 190
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Subjects:

  • Marine animals, Fossil,
  • Nomenclature,
  • Paleontology, Stratigraphic
The Physical Object
FormatUnknown Binding
Number of Pages500
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Open LibraryOL11169516M
ISBN 100877104506
ISBN 109780877104506

IRMNG (). Prognathodon Dollo, †. Accessed at: ?p=taxdetails&id= on Data for ranges of fossil genera can be obtained from Sepkoski's compendium () which is accessible through a couple of web sites (see reference list below). While I was a faculty member at Indiana University, one of my graduate students composed a computer program to generate random clade diversity patterns; I’ll share those results with. This page was last edited on 15 November , at Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may Koldiniella is an extinct genus from a well known class of fossil marine arthropods, the trilobites. It lived from million years ago during the Dresbachian faunal stage of the late Cambrian Period. References This Trilobite-related article is a stub. You can help Fossil Wiki by.

  Science, this issue p. [][1] Cope’s rule proposes that animal lineages evolve toward larger body size over time. To test this hypothesis across all marine animals, we compiled a data set of body sizes genera of marine animals spanning the past million years. Archaeonectrus is an extinct genus of pliosaur from the Jurassic of what is now southeastern England. The type species is Archaeonectrus (originally "Plesiosaurus") rostratus, first named by Sir Richard Owen in , and renamed by N.I. Novozhilov 99 years later. References Sepkoski, J.J. (). "A compendium of fossil marine animal genera". Bulletins of American Paleontology Isurus is the mako shark or mackeral shark. It is a genus of fast-swimming sharks, the is the same family as the great white shark. Isurus ranges in length from to metres (8 to 15 ft), and can grow to about kilograms (1, lb). The genus has a long fossil history. There are two living species in this genus: the common shortfin mako shark and the rare longfin mako g: compendium. A detailed and extensive new analysis of the fossil records of marine animals over the past million years has yielded a stunning surprise. Biodiversity appears to rise and fall in mysterious.

  Fossils, bridge species, and thermal ranges in the dynamics of the marine latitudinal diversity gradient. Only extant families having ≥75% of their genera known as fossils are considered sufficiently well preserved for analysis, Jr A compendium of fossil marine animal genera. Bull Am Paleontol. ; –   Fossil find fills in picture of ancient marine life preserved fossils of marine animals that lived between million and million years ago, during the early part of a period known as the Missing: compendium.   3. Global patterns. The distribution of species within genera for marine bivalves forms a hollow curve, with many species-poor genera and few species-rich genera, as is true for most taxa (Willis & Yule ; Anderson ; Williams & Gaston ; Roy et al. ; Cardillo et al. ; Hilu ).This distribution holds for all data partitions, including genera within latitudinal and climatic. Genera; Brachionichthys Bleeker, Brachiopsilus Last & Gledhill, Pezichthys Last & Gledhill, Sympterichthys Gill, Thymichthys Last & Gledhill,

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The analysis of two large data sets (Sepkoski's compendium of fossil marine genera and the Paleobi-ology Database) shows that the correlation (1) actually exists and (2) is robust to some possible.

A compendium of fossil marine animal genera. Bulletins of American Paleontology.- via The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera Bull. Soc. Géol. France, (2) 4 - via The Interim Register of Marine and Nonmarine Genera. Sepkoski, Jr. () A compendium of fossil marine animal genera, Bulletins of American PaleontologyLoeblich A.

R., Tappan H. () Suprageneric classification of the Foraminiferida (Protozoa), Micropaleontology 30 1, Entitled Compendium of Fossil Marine Animal Genera, Sepkoski’s posthumously published database is the most complete reference available for the study of biodiversity and extinctions.

It covers the Phanerozoic eon, the past half billion years during which multicellular organisms left abundant fossil records in rocks; uses genera, the level. The taxonomy system was founded on my North American Fossil Mammal Systematics Database and Jack Sepkoski's Compendium of Marine Animal Genera.

I have been continuously responsible for systems administration, database management, software development, and user support in addition to general administration since the beginning. Uncited genera names can be verified at: Sepkoski, J.J.

A compendium of fossil marine animal genera. Bulletins of American Paleontology 1– Sepkoski's Online Genus Database, Cephalopoda entry. Welcome to Sepkoski's Online Genus Database. This database is a direct port of Sepkoski ().

It was constructed by Shanan Peters and is currently maintained and hosted by him at the University of more information about the database, including important details about how Sepkoski's original entries were handled, please click here. Laevistrombus is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Strombidae, the true conchs.

History. The taxon Laevistrombus was introduced in In a later version of the book, Laevistrombus was elevated to genus level, but a description was still lacking. 1. Introduction.

In a recent article, Rohde & Muller () identified a strong 62 Myr cyclicity in the history of marine diversity through the Phanerozoic.

This was based on an analysis of Sepkoski's () compendium of first and last occurrences of marine genera in the fossil record. The data they presented were highly convincing, yet they were at a loss to explain what might have. Sepkoski (). A compendium of fossil marine genera. This volume has been edited by D.

Jablonski and M. Foote after the death of Jack Sepkoski (in ). The core of the database comes from Moore (–) for invertebrates, Romer () for vertebrates and Loeblich & Tappan () on forams, with many emendations (e.g.

synonym. Sepkoski, Jr. () A compendium of fossil marine animal genera, Bulletins of American PaleontologyBambach R.

K., Bush A. M., et al () Supplement to Autecology and the filling of ecospace: Key metazoan radiations, Palaeontology 50 1, Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Descriptive info Marine, fossil: Jurassic (Sepkoski ) Taxonomic remark As Muraenosaurus (Cryptoclidus).

Misspelled Cryptocleidus in other sources including Nomenclator Zoologicus. This spreadsheet application allows users to make graphs of the diversity and stratigraphic ranges of Phanerozoic marine animals.

FossilPlot uses the compendium of marine animal genera compiled by J.J. Sepkoski and his associates at the University of Chicago, from 'A compendium of fossil marine animal genera', found in Bulletins of American Paleontology, v.p.

A compendium of fossil insect families Article (PDF Available) in Contributions in biology and geology / Milwaukee Public Museum 88(88) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Mojarra is also commonly used in Latin American countries as a name for various species of the cichlid family, (only known from fossil remains) "A compendium of fossil marine animal genera".

Bulletins of American Paleontology. Chelmon is a genus of fish in the family Chaetodontidae, the are tropical species native to the western Pacific Ocean. Species. There are currently three recognized species in this genus: Chelmon marginalis J.

Richardson, – margined coralfish; Chelmon muelleri Klunzinger, – blackfin coralfish; Chelmon rostratus (Linnaeus, ) – copperband butterflyfishMissing: compendium.