Early cretaceous marine and brackish-water gastropoda from Japan
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Early cretaceous marine and brackish-water gastropoda from Japan by Tomoki Kase

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Published by National Science Museum in Tokyo .
Written in English


  • Gasteropoda, Fossil

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Statementby Tomoki Kase.
LC ClassificationsQE808 K47
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, [263] p. :
Number of Pages263
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14769972M

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ELSEVIER SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY Sedimentary Geology 99 () Litho- and biofacies of Early Cretaceous rudist-bearing carbonate sediments in northeastern Japan Shin-ichi Sano ' Geological Institute, University of Tokyo, Hongo , Bunkyo-kit , Japan Received 24 May ; revised version accepted 7 January Abstract Carbonate blocks of late Aptian (Lower Cretaceous) age Cited by: Oct 31,  · A fauna of provannid and provannid-like shells is described from Upper Cretaceous seep carbonates in Hokkaido, Japan. We describe two new provannid s (Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous) gastropods from the US Pacific Coast (Stanton, ; Campbell & Bottjer, Cold-seep mollusks are older than the general marine mollusk grupo-operativo-gei-porcino.com by: Northeast Pacific Record of the Cretaceous Marine Gastropod Atira and a Review of its Paleobiogeography Atira originated in the tropical waters of the Tethys Sea in western Europe as early as the Early Cretaceous, possibly during the Hauterivian but was present there by the late Aptian to early Albian. The genus subsequently immigrated to Cited by: 1. EARLY CRETACEOUS BIVALVIA FROM THE CHOSHI DISTRICT, CHIBA PREFECTURE, JAPAN Honshu are examined mainly on the basis of newly collected material as a companion work to the paper on the coexistent gastropod fossils (KASE and MAEDA, ). Most specimens belong to already named species from the Lower Cretaceous marine strata of Kwanto Cited by: