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Dibunophyllum and Neokoninckophyllum from the Wann Formation (Missourian) in Northeastern Oklahoma

J. M. Cocke and John Molinary
Journal of Paleontology
Vol. 47, No. 4 (Jul., 1973), pp. 657-662
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1303047
Page Count: 7
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Abstract

Three species of dissepimental corals are described from a single limestone lentil in the upper Wann Formation, of northeastern Oklahoma. One species, Neokoninckophyllum strimplei Cocke & Molinary n. sp. is similar to N. variabile of the Kansas Wyandotte and Plattsburg Limestones and to N. heckeli of the Kansas Stanton Formation. Another dissepimental coral, Dibunophyllum dibolium represents the higher part of the Kansas D. parvum-D. dibolium lineage and suggests correlation of the upper Wann with the Stanton Limestone of Kansas. The third Wann species, D. valeriae Newell (1935) is widespread in the Wyandotte, Plattsburg and Stanton Limestones of Kansas. Caninia torquia and D. parvum occur in other Wann limestone lentils but are not described here.

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