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Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida. Part 9- Index to Chapters A-H.

United States Geological Survey

Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida. Part 9- Index to Chapters A-H.

by United States Geological Survey

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mollusks, Fossil.,
  • Paleontology -- Miocene.,
  • Paleontology -- Florida.

  • Edition Notes

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    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 142-I
    ContributionsGardner, Julia Anna, 1882-
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21724202M

      Phylum Mollusca, known as mollusks, are a group of invertebrate animals that include slugs, snails, mussels, octopus, bivalves, gastropods, phylum is attributed to 85, species with tens of thousands of extinct Mollusca species.. Mollusks is one of the most fascinating and diverse animal groups on our planet.. Although most people would recognize mollusks, it is also true that they. Freshwater molluscan fauna from the Florissant Formation, Colorado: paleohydrologic reconstruction of a latest Eocene lake 1. Bret L. Buskirk,* Joanne Bourgeois, a Herbert W. Meyer, b Elizabeth A. Nesbitt c. a University of Washington, Johnson Hall , Box , Seattle, WA , USA.

      IX, Index to chapters A-H, p. – (). Gardner, Julia, , Additions to the molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group of Florida: Fla. Geol. Survey Geol. Bull. 14, 82 p., 10 pls. Gardner, Julia, , Pelecypoda, pt. Under Florida law, email addresses are public records. If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

      Recent studies have indicated that the Gulf of Mexico is bounded by a discontinual series of hard substrates which support faunal and floral assemblages of both temperate and tropical origins. This substrate distribution has had a significant impact on molluscan fauna in the Gulf of Mexico. An investigation of the molluscan fauna of the Florida Middle Grounds has produced 75 species . Mollusks comprise a group of soft-bodied animals that includes snails, clams, and sea slugs. The most common characteristic of most mollusks is their shell. One of the largest groups, the snails, is renowned for their shells. Snails are univalves, which means they have one shell. And it is this shell that for many people is the epitome of the.


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Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida. Part 9- Index to Chapters A-H by United States Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF THE ALUM BLUFF GROUP OF FLORIDA BY JULIA GARDNER PART IX. INDEX TO CHAPTERS A-H (Pages ) UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON « For Bale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.

Government Printing Office, 'Washing D. Price 35 centsCited by: THE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF THE ALUM BLUFF GROUP OF FLORIDA BY JULIA GARDNER PART VII. STENOGLOSSA (IN PART) Published July (Pages ) UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: For sale by the Superinteudent of Documents, U.

Government Printing Office, Washing D. Price 25 centsCited by: 3. The first of the series of papers upon the Mollusca of the Alum Bluff group covered the orders of the Prionodesmacea and the Anomalodesmacea.

The Mollusca were by the beginning of Miocene time so far advances in development that the great majority are included under the highest of the three orders, the Teleodesmacea, characterized in the adult stages by the differentiation of the hinge teeth.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gardner, Julia Anna, b. Molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group of Florida. Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. The molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group of Florida by Julia Anna Gardner; 6 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Bivalvia, Fossil, Fossil Bivalvia, Fossil.

THE MOLLUSGAN FAUNA OF THE ALUM BLUFF GROUP OF FLORIDA BY JULIA GARDNER PART v. TELLINACEA, SOLENACEA, MACTRACEA, MYACEA, MOLLUSCOIDEA Published June 5, (Pages ) UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.

Government Printing Office, WashingtonD. THE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF THE ALUM BLUFF GROUP OF FLORIDA By JULIA GARDNER PART VIII. CTENOBRANCHIA (Remainder), ASPIDOBRANCHIA, ' and SCAPHOPC3l|t: ^v-INTRODUCTION of the Alum Bluff gr and Georgia.

In the systematic collections of r. THE MOLLUSCAN FAUNA OF THE ALUM BLUFF GROUP OF FLORIDA By JULIA GARDNER PART IV. VENERACEA INTRODUCTION This paper, the fourth of the series upon the Mol- lusca of the Alum Bluff group, covers the Veneracea one of the most highly organized superfamilies of the Pelecypoda and one of the most prolific in the tropical seas.

The molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group of Florida Volume of Professional paper The Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida, Julia Anna Gardner Geological survey professional paper: Author: Julia Anna Gardner: Publisher: U.S.

Govt. Print. Off., Length: pages: Subjects: Mollusks, Fossil Paleontology: Export Citation. The molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group of Florida, Part V, Tellinacea, Solenacea, Mactracea, Myacea, Molluscoidea Professional Paper E.

The molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group of Florida, Part VIII, Ctenobranchia (remainder), Aspidobranchia, and Scaphopoda Professional Paper H.

The Molluscan Fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida, Part IX, Index to Chapters A-H: Usgs Professional Paper I: Gardner, Julia: Books - or: Julia Gardner. COVID Resources.

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Modern Analogues. Five distinct molluscan associations were identified from the analysis of the modern presence-absence database.

Assemblages identified by clusters B and E (Text-fig. 4) are minor components of larger communities within Florida Bay, and are not considered significant for this -figure 13 shows the geographic range of five communities in Florida Bay, and Text-figure 3.

Buy The molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff group of Florida, Part VI, Pteropoda, Opisthobranchia, and Ctenobranchia: USGS Professional Paper F by Gardner, Julia (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Summer water temperatures have ranged from a low of o C (site 9, 7/99) to a high of o C (s 7/98).

Seasonal standard deviations for the period of record are relatively low for water temperatures at each site, and water temperatures do not display a strong geographic gradient (Table 2). The Chipola Formation of the Alum Bluff Group, which interfingers with the Torreya at Alum Bluff, is largely older than the Torreya.

87Sr/86Sr ages from four mollusk samples at the top of the Chipola yield estimates between and (+/) Ma. Gardner J.A.

The molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida. Part VI. Pteropoda, Opisthobranchia and Ctenobranchia (in part). United States Geological Survey Professional Paper. F: –, pls 37– The Molluscan fauna of the Alum Bluff Group of Florida. Part IX. Index to Chapters A-H. GARDNER, J.: Antiguo o usado.

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Systematic paleontology of freshwater mollusca from the Eocene Florissant Formation. An evaluation of the freshwater molluscan assemblage from three localities from the Florissant Formation ( + Ma (Evanoff et al.

)) found three sphaeriid bivalves (genus Sphaerium) and two pulmonate gastropod genera; Gyraulus (family Planorbidae) and Lymnaea (family Lymnaeidae). Book Description. Molluscan Communities of the Florida Keys and Adjacent Areas: Their Ecology and Biodiversity is the first comprehensive overview of the ecology and biodiversity of the phylum Mollusca in the area of Florida extending from the Dry Tortugas and Ten Thousand Islands in the west to Palm Beach in the east.

The book provides detailed analyses of molluscan faunas found .The lowest unit contains 28 species of fresh-water and land Mollusca; the middle unit contains 2 species of land snails; the upper unit contains 13 species of fresh-water and land Mollusca. The total molluscan fauna consists of 37 species—5 fresh-water pelecypods, 24 fresh .