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Ostracoda from Lee Point on Shoal Bay, Northern Australia: part 3, podocopina (cytheracea)

Warne, Mark, Whatley, R.C. and Blagden, B. 2006, Ostracoda from Lee Point on Shoal Bay, Northern Australia: part 3, podocopina (cytheracea), Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia, vol. 38, no. 1, pp. 103-167.

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Title Ostracoda from Lee Point on Shoal Bay, Northern Australia: part 3, podocopina (cytheracea)
Author(s) Warne, MarkORCID iD for Warne, Mark orcid.org/0000-0001-5456-191X
Whatley, R.C.
Blagden, B.
Journal name Revista Espanola de Micropaleontologia
Volume number 38
Issue number 1
Start page 103
End page 167
Publisher Empresa Nacional "Adaro" de Investigaciones Mineras S. A
Place of publication Madrid, Spain
Publication date 2006
ISSN 0556-655X
Keyword(s) Ostracode
Cytheracea
new species and genus
recent
Shoal Bay
Northern Australia
Summary The littoral environments present in Shoal Bay, Northern Territory (Australia) show a high diversity of ostracods cytheráceos (51 genera and 97 species). Probably this diversity is due to three factors: (1) marine environments warm and well oxygenated leading to a high level of biological productivity, (2) shallow marine environments favorable for the accumulation of material conchífero post mortem, and (3) a location central in the way of dispersal on the continental shelf between the regions of the Pacific and Southeast Asia. A particular feature of this fauna Cytherscea is that some genres, such as Alocopocythere, can be traced back to the Cretaceous when it first appeared in the shallow waters of the Tethys. In this overlay component of the ancient ostracods are the dominant fauna in partnerships of the modern Indo / Pacific, such as gender Keiji. While the Cytheracea ostracods are the dominant groups, especially the Cypridacea marine Bairdiacea and Plstycopina, are well represented and are quite different (fide Whatley et al., 1995, 1996). We describe here a new genre, Paraxestoleberis, and 15 new species: Dentibyíhere multituberosa, Dampiercythere papillolineata, Neocyíheromorpha papilloporosa, Loxoconcha catasíeros, Semicyrherura gamma, Callistocyíhere cookei, Loxocorniculum koolpionyahensis, Keúia interim, K. profundosculpia, K. parademissa, Quasibradleya leepoiníensis, Actinocyíhereis gippsi, Henryhowella sinespinosa, Poníicocyíhereis spatulospinosa and Paraxestoleberis posteroacuminata. Due to the limited material obtained, 16 species are kept in open nomenclature: Bythoceratina sp. Corallicyíhere sp. Venericythere sp. Tanella sp. Loxocorniculum sp. 1 L. sp. 2, Gambiella sp. Javanella sp. Paradoxostoma sp. Neomonoceratina sp., Bradley (sl) sp. Echinocytbereis (sl) sp. Plaíycyíhereis? sp. Alocopocyíhere sp. Xestoleberis sp. and Paraxestoleberis sp. The remaining 66 species have been described previously in other areas.
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Field of Research 060399 Evolutionary Biology not elsewhere classified
069999 Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970106 Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
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