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Paleontological Journal

, Volume 52, Issue 9, pp 969–1085 | Cite as

Devonian and Carboniferous Brachiopods and Biostratigraphy of Transcaucasia (Ending)

  • R. E. AlekseevaEmail author
  • G. A. Afanasjeva
  • I. A. Grechishnikova
  • N. V. Oleneva
  • A. V. Pakhnevich
Article

CONTENTS1

Order Spiriferida 970

Superfamily Adolfoidea (G.A. Afanasjeva) 970

Superfamily Cyrtospiriferoidea (G.A. Afanasjeva) 978

Superfamily Spiriferoidea (G.A. Afanasjeva) 1016

Superfamily Syringothyroidea (G.A. Afanasjeva) 1023

Superfamily Ambocoelioidea (N.V. Oleneva) 1025

Superfamily Delthyrioidea (N.V. Oleneva) 1032

Superfamily Reticularioidea (N.V. Oleneva) 1042

Order Spiriferinida (N.V. Oleneva) 1053

Order Athyridida (I.A. Grechishnikova) 1061

APPENDIX. (A.V. Pakhnevich) 1069

Microtomographic Studies of Devonian and Carboniferous Brachiopods of Transcaucasia 1069

Photographs of Sections of Brachiopod Shells Produced by a Leica M 165 C Digital Binocular Microscope 1072

REFERENCES 1072

  • Order Spiriferida Waagen, 1883

  • Suborder Spiriferidina Waagen, 1883

  • Superfamily Adolfioidea Sartenaer, 1966 Family Adolfiidae Sartenaer, 1966

  • Subfamily Adolfiinae Sartenaer, 1966

  • Genus Adolfia Gürich, 1909

Adolfia: Ržonsnickaja, 1952, p. 94 (synonymy); Ivanova, 1960, p. 274; Drot, 1964, p. 59;...

Notes

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We are sincerely grateful to T.B. Leonova and A.A. Madison (PIN) for critical perusal of the manuscript and valuable advice and remarks.

Tomographic investigation were supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project no. 16-04-00758-a.

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  • R. E. Alekseeva
    • 1
  • G. A. Afanasjeva
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  • I. A. Grechishnikova
    • 1
  • N. V. Oleneva
    • 1
  • A. V. Pakhnevich
    • 1
  1. 1.Borissiak Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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