THE CONODONT genus Teridontus was introduced in 1980 by Miller and was based on the Late Cambrian species Oneotodus nakamurai Nogami, 1967 from the Yencho Member of the Fengshan Fm. of northeast China. Teridontus was later reported from either the Upper Cambrian or Lower Ordovician (Landing et al., 1980; Miller, 1980; Landing and Barnes, 1981; Landing,1983; An et al., 1983, 1985; Ni et al., 1983; Peng et al., 1983; Nowlan, 1985; Landing et al., 1986; Bagnoli et al., 1987; An, 1987; Buggisch and Repetski, 1987; Pohler and Orchard, 1990; An and Zheng, 1990; Seo and Ethington, 1993; Wang, 1993; Lehnert, 1994; Nicoll, 1994; Seo et al., 1994; Ji and Barnes, 1994; Taylor et al., 1996; Lehnert et al., 1997; Jia, 2000; Dubinina, 2000; Pyle and Barnes, 2002; Zeballo et al., 2005) sediments in numerous localities around the world, but a unanimous interpretation of the composition of the Teridontus apparatus organization was far from accepted.

The conodont genus Teridontus (Miller, 1980) from the Early Ordovician of Montagne Noire, France / Serpagli, Enrico; Ferretti, Annalisa; Nicoll, Robert S.; Serventi, Paolo. - In: JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY. - ISSN 0022-3360. - STAMPA. - 82 (3):(2008), pp. 612-620. [10.1666/06-081.1]

The conodont genus Teridontus (Miller, 1980) from the Early Ordovician of Montagne Noire, France

Enrico Serpagli;Annalisa FERRETTI;Paolo Serventi
2008

Abstract

THE CONODONT genus Teridontus was introduced in 1980 by Miller and was based on the Late Cambrian species Oneotodus nakamurai Nogami, 1967 from the Yencho Member of the Fengshan Fm. of northeast China. Teridontus was later reported from either the Upper Cambrian or Lower Ordovician (Landing et al., 1980; Miller, 1980; Landing and Barnes, 1981; Landing,1983; An et al., 1983, 1985; Ni et al., 1983; Peng et al., 1983; Nowlan, 1985; Landing et al., 1986; Bagnoli et al., 1987; An, 1987; Buggisch and Repetski, 1987; Pohler and Orchard, 1990; An and Zheng, 1990; Seo and Ethington, 1993; Wang, 1993; Lehnert, 1994; Nicoll, 1994; Seo et al., 1994; Ji and Barnes, 1994; Taylor et al., 1996; Lehnert et al., 1997; Jia, 2000; Dubinina, 2000; Pyle and Barnes, 2002; Zeballo et al., 2005) sediments in numerous localities around the world, but a unanimous interpretation of the composition of the Teridontus apparatus organization was far from accepted.
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The conodont genus Teridontus (Miller, 1980) from the Early Ordovician of Montagne Noire, France / Serpagli, Enrico; Ferretti, Annalisa; Nicoll, Robert S.; Serventi, Paolo. - In: JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY. - ISSN 0022-3360. - STAMPA. - 82 (3):(2008), pp. 612-620. [10.1666/06-081.1]
Serpagli, Enrico; Ferretti, Annalisa; Nicoll, Robert S.; Serventi, Paolo
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