|Statement||by John A. Talent.|
|Series||Geological Survey of Victoria. Memoir, 26|
|LC Classifications||QE347 .A23 no. 26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||55 p., 27 p. of plates, tables (part fold.)|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||70369024|
Revision of the Silurian and Early Devonian chonetoidean brachiopods of southeastern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 52(3): – Records of the Australian Museum () Vol. – ISSN The superfamily Chonetoidea is a group of distinctive Palaeozoic spiny brachiopods, in which the spines are. The Silurian and early Devonian faunas of the Heathcote district, Victoria / by John A. Talent; A monograph of the British trilobites from the Cambrian, Silurian, and Devonian formations / by J.W. Salter; Tunisphaeridium, a new acritarch genus from the Silurian and Devonian [by] Jean Deunff [and] William R. Early Silurian phacopide trilobites from central Victoria, Australia. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 63(2): – A diverse component of trilobite faunas in lower Silurian marine strata of central Victoria are members of the suborder Phacopina, here assigned to 19 species within the Phacopidae, Dalmanitidae and Acastidae. New genera are. The acanthodians were a common and widespread group of fishes throughout the world during the mid-Palaeozoic. In this study, a full-scale systematic analysis of Silurian to Middle Devonian.
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CORAL FAUNAS FROM THE SILURIAN OF NEW SOUTH WALES AND THE DEVONIAN OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. BY DOROTHY HILL University of Queensland. Issued under the Authority ofSenator the Hon. W. H. Spooner, Minister for National Development. BY AUTHORITY: A. J. ARTHUR. COMMONWEALTH GOVERNMENT PRINTER. CANBERRA. Heathcote, New South Wales, a suburb of Sydney Electoral district of Heathcote, a seat in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly; Heathcote National Park; Heathcote, Victoria. Heathcote-Graytown National Park; Heathcote wine region; Heathcote Junction, Victoria; Point Heathcote, Western Australia; in Canada. Heathcote Lake, Ontario; in England. Siluro-Devonianinvertebrate faunas from the Bogan Gate-Trundle Mineral Hill area ofcentral New South Wales G.Z. Foldvary School of Geosciences, University ofSydney, , NSW, Australia Abstract Late Silurian (Pridoli) to Early Devonian (Emsian) fossils are described from the Bogan Gate-Trundle-MineralHill area of central New South Wales. Silurian to basal Devonian conodonts from the Broken River Crossing, northern Australia Andrew Simpson of the Devonian faunas of the Broken River Formation by Telford (). Of the succession of the early to late Silurian faunas of the Limestone Creekregion (Simpson andTalent ). A. Simpson 50 I 40 I.