Show simple item record Ballent, Sara C. Whatley, Robin C. 2011-06-17T10:48:02Z 2011-06-17T10:48:02Z 2009-01
dc.identifier.citation Ballent , S C & Whatley , R C 2009 , ' Taxonomy and Zoogeography of the Mesozoic Cytherurid Ostracoda from West-Central Argentina ' Palaeontology , vol 52 , no. 1 , pp. 193-218 . DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-4983.2008.00827.x en
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dc.description Ballent, S. C., Whatley, R. C. (2009). Taxonomy and Zoogeography of the Mesozoic Cytherurid Ostracoda from West-Central Argentina. Palaeontology, 52 (1), 193-218. en
dc.description.abstract The status of thirty four species of the cytheroidean ostracod family Cytheruridae from the NeuquEn Basin, west-central Argentina is reviewed. These species belong to the following nine genera: Eucytherura Muller, ranging in this study from Pliensbachian to Valanginian and represented by fourteen species; Kangarina Coryell and Fields, Aalenian-Bajocian, with a single species; Acrocythere Neale, Hauterivian, one species; Paranotacythere Bassiouni, Berriasian, two species; Procytherura Whatley, Pliensbachian to Hauterivian, twelve species; Cytheropteron Sars, Aalenian-Bajocian, one species: Eocytheropteron Alexander, Hauterivian, one species; Paradoxorhyncha Chapman, Aalenian-Bajocian, one species; and Paracytheridea Muller, Berriasian, one species. Of the three subfamilies of the Cytheruridae, the Cytherurinae, with thirty species are by far the most numerous and abundant throughout the study. The other two subfamilies, the Cytheropterinae are represented by three species and the Paracytherideinae by a single species of the nominative genus. Several of the species are very widely distributed geographically and have, for example, also been recorded from Europe; others indicate close links with South Africa and Australia. The stratigraphical ranges of certain genera have been extended as a result of this study. For example, Kangarina has not previously been recorded below the Cretaceous. The Cytheruridae are clearly the most diverse cytheroidean ostracodes in the Mesozoic of the NeuquEn Basin and are more diverse than all other groups of ostracodes combined. Four new species, Eucytherura tessae, Eucytherura yunga, Procytherura amygdala and Eocytheropteron immodicus are described. Eucytherura guillaumeae nom. nov. for Eucytherura tuberculata Brenner and Oertli and Eucytherura paranuda nom. nov. for Eucytherura nuda (Brand) are proposed. en
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.relation.ispartof Palaeontology en
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dc.subject Ostracoda en
dc.subject cytheruridae en
dc.subject mesozoic en
dc.subject Argentina en
dc.subject systematics en
dc.title Taxonomy and Zoogeography of the Mesozoic Cytherurid Ostracoda from West-Central Argentina en
dc.type /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/researchoutputtypes/contributiontojournal/article en
dc.contributor.institution Department of Geography and Earth Sciences en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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