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Pseudopolygnathus is an extinct genus of conodonts in the family Polygnathidae.

Pseudopolygnathus
Temporal range: Late Devonian–Early Carboniferous
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Pseudopolygnathus

Branson & Mehl, 1934
Species
  • Pseudopolygnathus conili
  • Pseudopolygnathus controversus
  • Pseudopolygnathus crenulata
  • Pseudopolygnathus dentilineatus
  • Pseudopolygnathus fusiformis
  • Pseudopolygnathus granulobatus
  • Pseudopolygnathus granulosus
    • Pseudopolygnathus granulosus laepensis
    • Pseudopolygnathus granulosus salawinensis
    • Pseudopolygnathus granulosus maepoensis
  • Pseudopolygnathus graulichi
  • Pseudopolygnathus marginatus
  • Pseudopolygnathus minutus
  • Pseudopolygnathus multistriatus
  • Pseudopolygnathus oxypageus

Pseudopolygnathus granulobatus is from the Late Devonian or Early Carboniferous of Italy.[1]

The three subspecies of P. granulosus, P. g. laepensis, P. g. salawinensis and P. g. maepoensis are from the Late Devonian of Thailand.[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Conodonts across the Devonian/Carboniferous boundary in SE Sardinia (Italy). Angelo Mossoni, Nicola Carta, Carlo Corradini and Claudia Spalletta, Bulletin of Geosciences, 2015, volume 90, issue 2, pages 371–388, doi:10.3140/bull.geosci.1524
  2. ^ Late Devonian conodonts from northwestern Thailand. Norman M. Savage (2013), Bourland Printing / Trinity Press. pages 1–48, ISBN 978-0-578-11919-9.

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