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Middle Cambrian Lamellodonta simplex Vogel: "Bivalve" Turned Brachiopod Trematobolus simplex (Vogel)

Vladimír Havlíček and Jiří Kříž
Journal of Paleontology
Vol. 52, No. 5 (Sep., 1978), pp. 972-975
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1303842
Page Count: 4

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Middle Cambrian Lamellodonta simplex Vogel: "Bivalve" Turned Brachiopod Trematobolus simplex (Vogel)
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Abstract

Examination both of types and new specimens of the Spanish Middle Cambrian Lamellodonta simplex Vogel, 1962 shows that this species, which was long treated as one of the earliest bivalves, is in fact the brachiopod Trematobolus simplex (Vogel, 1962).

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