中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫

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《中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫(英文版)(上下卷)》是对我国江南斜坡带多节类中、晚寒武世三叶虫完全、系统的研究。我国寒武纪江南斜坡带地层发育完好,三叶虫化石十分丰富,是漂浮和底栖型混生动物群,在寒武纪地层的划分和对比上具有重要的意义。湘西是研究寒武纪斜坡相三叶虫的典型地区。全书详细描述了花垣排碧和永顺王村剖面的中晚寒武世多节类三叶虫计32科92属140种,并在系统描述的基础上,对剖面作了生物地层划分、对比和中上寒武统界线的年代地层研究。
书    名
中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫
出版社
科学出版社
页    数
876页
开    本
16
品    牌
科学出版社
作    者
彭善池
出版日期
2005年3月1日
语    种
英语
ISBN
703014905x, 9787030149053

中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫内容简介

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中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫图书目录

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《中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫(英文版)(1)》目录:
  FOREWORD
  INTRODUCTION
  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  REPOSITORIES
  PREVIOUSWORK
  GEOLOGICSETTING
  PALEOGEOGRAPHY
  STRATIGRAPHY
  MEASURED SECTIONS
  CORRELATION
  NORTH CHINA AND NORTHEAST CHINA PLATFORMS
  TARIM AND NORTHWEST CHINA
  WESTERNZHEJIANG
  AUSTRALIA
  BALTICA
  KAZAKHSTAN
  LAURENTIA
  SIBERIA
  SYSTEMATIC PALEONTOLOGY
  Class TRILOBITA Walch,1771
  Order CORYNEXOCHIDA Kobayashi,1935
  Suborder CORYNEXOCHINA Kobayashi,1935
  Family CORYNEXOCHIDAE Angelin,1854
  Genus CORYNEXOCHUS Angelin,1854
  Corynexochus xiangxiensis sp.nov.
  Genus CORYNEXOCHINA Lermontova,1940
  Corynexochina sinensis sp.nov.
  Genus CHATIANIA Yang in Zhou et al.,1977
  Chatiania chatianensis Yang in Zhou et al.,1977
  Chatiania expansa(Yuan and Yin,1998)
  Chatiania sp.cf.C.chatianensis Yang in Zhou et al.,1977
  Chatiania convexa sp.nov.
  Family DOLICHOMETOPIDAE Walcott,1916
  Genus AMPHOTON Lorenz,1906
  Amphoton deois(Walcott,1905)
  Amphoton alceste(Walcott,1905)
  Amphoton sp.cf.A.typicum(Kobayashi,1942a)
  Genus FUCHOUIA Resser and Endo in Kobayashi,1935
  Fuchouia chiai Lu,1957
  Fuchouia kuruktagensis Zhang,1981
  ……
  REFERENCES
  INDEX OF SPECIES AND GENERA
  PLATES
  
  《中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫(英文版)(2)》目录:
  INTRODUCTION
  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  REPOSITORIES
  SYSTEMATIC PALEONTOLOGY
  Order PTYCHOPARIIDA Swinnerton, 1915
  Suborder PTYCHOPARIINA Richter, 1933
  Superfamily PTYCHOPARIOIDAE Matthew, 1887
  ?Family PTYCHOPARIIDAE Matthew, 1887
  Genus TOWNLEYELLA Opik, 1967
  Townleyella rara Yuan and Yin, 1998
  Genus XILINGXIA Lu in Zhang et al., 1980
  Xilingxia ichangensis (Chang, 1964)
  Ptychopariid gen. et sp. indet..
  Superfamily ASAPHISCOIDEA Raymond, 1924
  Family ANOMOCARELLIDAE Hupe, 1953
  Genus FISSANOMOCARELLA Peng, Lin, and Chen, 1995
  Fissanomocarella paibiensis Peng, Lin, and Chen, 1995
  Genus HUAYUANIA Peng, Lin, and Chen, 1995
  Huayuania subcalva Peng, Lin, and Chen, 1995
  Huayuania quadrilateralis (Resser and Endo, 1937)
  Genus PARANOMOCARELLA Yang in Zhou et al., 1977
  Paranomocarella parallela Yang in Zhou et al., 1977
  Paranomocarella fortis Peng, Lin, and Chen, 1995
  Paranomocarella similaris sp. nov
  Paranomocarella sp
  Paranomocarella? obvia sp. nov
  Genus SZEASPIS Chang, 1959
  Szeaspis huananensis sp. nov
  Family PROASAPHISCIDAE Chang, 1963
  Genus PROASAPHISCUS Resser and Endo in Kobayashi, 1935
  Proasaphiscus? sp. cf. P. butes (Walcott, 1905)
  Subgenus PROASAPHISCUS (HONANASPIS) Chang, 1959
  Proasaphiscus (Honanaspis)? sp. cf. P. (H.) parvus Kuo in Lu et al., 1965
  Genus ADELOGONUS Opik, 1967
  Adelogonus hunanensis sp. nov
  Adelogonus? sp
  Genus EYMEKOPS Resser and Endo, 1937
  Eymekops? sp. 1
  Eymekops? sp. 2
  Genus GRANDIOCULUS Cossmann, 1908
  ……

中国湖南寒武系多节类三叶虫序言

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China is richly endowed with Cambrian strata yielding some of the best-preserved fossilsknown anywhere in the world. The trilobites are most important element in the fauna, and ofscientific relevance for several reasons. First, they are of regional importance in the precisecorrelation of strata, and are of primary use in characterising mappable formations. Second, some ofthe species are widespread internationally, and these permit the placing of Chinese stratigraphicalschemes within the global chronostratigraphy. Thirdly, the variety, relationships and endemicity ofthe faunas contributes to the broad questions of how evolution proceeded in the Cambrian, and isrelevant to debates about whether special conditions applied at the early stage of the Phanerozoicradiation.
  The polymerid trilobite faunas of northwestern Hunan are remarkable for their diversity andexcellence of preservation. Many of them belong to genera confined to China or to itspalaeogeographic neighbours. However, some of these important taxa have remained imperfectlyknown or undescribed. This monograph makes good this omission. Thus in several cases pygidia orfree cheeks are assigned where they had not been known previously, thus providing a much fullerpicture of morphology in assessing relationships. This is particularly welcome where the speciesconcerned is the type of its genus. In addition a number of new genera are added to the fauna. Thepaper also documents the endemic radiation of the specialised and interesting DameseUoidea, afamily showing some of the most specialised pygidia in the Trilobita. The systematics of thesetrilobites is fully discussed, and the whole work is illustrated by photographs of the highest quality.This work should remain the standard account for the foreseeable future.
  The detailed work on the trilobites is placed in the wider context of biostratigraphy andcorrelation, which should be of interest to all those concerned with Cambrian geology. Arefinement of the biostratigraphic zones based on the ranges of trilobite species will haveimplications for those currently seeking to increase the precision in international correlation ofsubdivisions within the Cambrian. Careful new work, of which this paper is an excellent example,is a more valuable contribution than almost anything else in this endeavour.

  
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