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Three New Genera of Algae from the Upper Devonian of New York

Wayne L. Fry and Harlan P. Banks
Journal of Paleontology
Vol. 29, No. 1 (Jan., 1955), pp. 37-44
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Three New Genera of Algae from the Upper Devonian of New York
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Abstract

Drydenia foliata, Hungerfordia dichotoma and Enfieldia multilata (new genera and new species) are described as compression-impression remains of marine algae. The majority of the specimens come from the marine Ithaca and Enfield formations of Upper Devonian age. A few are younger. Comparison is made between the fossil and living algae mainly on the basis of gross morphology.

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