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Ilarionia beggiatoi is quoted for the first time in the Lutecian beds of the Vic Basin (Folgueroles, Barcelona province).


Rhyncholampas grignonensis is quoted in the middle Eocene of Spain. The specimens of this paper represent the first mention in the NE of Spain. Some closely related species are compared with this species. It must be concluded that all they belong to Rhyncholampas grignonensis. The following species: Pygorhynchus desnoyersi Desor, 1858; Pygorhynchus gregoirei Cotteau, 1880 and Pygorhynchus botellae Cotteau, 1890 are synonyms of Rhyncholampas grignonensis.


Calzada S.,Museo Geologico Del Seminario de Barcelona | Moreno E.,Museo Geologico Del Seminario de Barcelona
Batalleria | Year: 2016

A new locality is pointed out for Platyceras zeilleri Vidal, 1914. Some new data about this gastropod are given. It was collected in the Catalan Upper Silurian.


The scientific literature reviewed in this work forces to think that Rhabdocidaris pouechi falls into Rhabdocidaris tournali. But moreover it has been proved that R. pouechi was erroneously allocated to Cretaceous period instead to Eocene.


Calzada S.,Museo Geologico del Seminario de Barcelona
Batalleria | Year: 2017

Two bivalves from the Cretaceous of Navarra (Northern Spain) are described. The first one seems to be a mixture of characters of genuses Aulocomya and Modiolus. But an insufficiently preserved specimen does not allow precise determination and therefore it is left in open nomenclature, only familial level is indicated. The second bivalve is proposed as a new species for its peculiar characteristics, yet a sole specimen is available.


Fraaije R.H.B.,Oertijdmuseum de Groene Poort | Klompmaker A.A.,Kent State University | Artal P.,Museo Geologico Del Seminario de Barcelona
Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie - Abhandlungen | Year: 2012

Two new paguroids, Cretatrizocheles olazagutiensis n. gen., n. sp. and Mesoparapylocheles michaeljacksoni n. gen., n. sp., both based on carapaces, are described and added to the very diverse mid-Cretaceous (Albian-Cenomanian) decapod crustacean fauna of the reefal deposits near Alsasua (Navarra, northern Spain). The description of Annuntidiogenes worfi is emended on the basis of a newly discovered, much more complete carapace. Mesoparapylocheles n. gen. is a member of the Parapylochelidae n. fam., whereas Cretatrizocheles n. gen. is a member of the Trizochelinae. These species show that the linea transversalis, introduced by neontologists for a groove lateral and/ or posterior to the cervical groove, is an evolved part of the branchiocardiac groove. © 2012 E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung Stuttgart Germany.


The first record of Gitolampas cotteaui is reported from the Early Eocene Serraduy Formation of La Puebla de Roda (provincia de Huesca, Espana).


Corbacho J.,Museo Geologico Del Seminario de Barcelona
Batalleria | Year: 2011

Trilobites from the Izegguirene Formation (First Bani Group, Lower Caradoc, Upper Ordovician) of Bou Nemrou (El Kaid Errami, East of Anti-Atlas, Morocco) are described. These comprise the following taxa: Basilicus calzadai sp. nov., Placoparia sp., Eoharpes sp., Zeliszkella (Zeliszkella) velai sp. nov., Degamella sendinoae sp. nov., Uralichas hispanicus tardus (Vela & Corbacho, 2009) and Selenopeltis longispinus (Vela & Corbacho, 2009).


Carrasco J.F.,Museo Geologico Del Seminario de Barcelona
Batalleria | Year: 2011

A new ichnospecies named Asteriacites obtusus is described from Triassic beds of the Alcover's Stone (Pedra d'Alcover) between the villages of Mont-ral and Alcover (Tarragona province, Spain). This new ichnospecies increases the diversity of the rich fauna which has been found and described in this outcrop and also constitutes the first record of this ichnogenus in the Spanish late Triassic. A possible inclusion in the new ethological group Thanatoichnia proposed by Martins-Neto & Gallego (2006) is suggested.


Klompmaker A.A.,Kent State University | Artal P.,Museo Geologico Del Seminario de Barcelona | Gulisano G.,Siedlerstrasse 32
Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie - Abhandlungen | Year: 2011

The crab genus Rathbunopon is exclusively known from Cretaceous rocks, mainly from Europe. Here two new European localities are presented: one in the Albian/Cenomanian of northern Spain yielding well-preserved specimens of Rathbunopon obesum, and one from the lower Aptian at the German-Austrian border yielding Rathbunopon schrattenkalkensis n. sp. Both are found in association with coral reefs. Based upon a revision of the genus, we place Rathbunopon within the Prosopidae. Furthermore, Homolopsis tuberculata is transferred to Rathbunopon. Placement of 'Rathbunopon' atherfieldensis in Rathbunopon is not tenable; we place it here within the Homoloidea in open nomenclature. With the addition of; R. tuberculatum, Rathbunopon is interpreted to have evolved in the Hauterivian and diversified in the Albian/Cenomanian. Whereas R. obesum resided mainly in reefal settings, Rathbunopon species lived in a variety of environments and are suggested to be generalists. ©2011 E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, Germany.

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