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A New Species of Anostracan from the Miocene of California
Denton Belk and Frederick R. Schram
Journal of Crustacean Biology
Vol. 21, No. 1 (Feb., 2001), pp. 49-55
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1549760
Page Count: 7
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We have restudied some of the material of a fossil anostracan originally discussed and illustrated by Palmer from the Middle Miocene, Barstow Formation, near Yermo, California, and we now recognize it as a new species, Branchinecta barstowensis. It is the best-preserved fossil anostracan known to date. The closest affinities of this species are with B. pollicifera Harding, 1940, collected from the mountains of Peru and Bolivia around Lake Titicaca.
Journal of Crustacean Biology © 2001 Brill