Brachiopoda

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Noun1.Brachiopoda - marine invertebrates that resemble mollusksBrachiopoda - marine invertebrates that resemble mollusks
animal kingdom, Animalia, kingdom Animalia - taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct animals
brachiopod, lamp shell, lampshell - marine animal with bivalve shell having a pair of arms bearing tentacles for capturing food; found worldwide
phylum - (biology) the major taxonomic group of animals and plants; contains classes
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Spotlight talk subjects will include Brachiopods and Beetles and the incredible mammals were roaming the Lowestoft/Suffolk area 700,000 years ago.
Around the world, scientists have noticed that the rocks above the Great Unconformity contain obvious fossils, like trilobites and brachiopods, while those below do not.
However, in collaboration with colleagues he has been studying various fossil groups such as chitinozoans, acritarchs, brachiopods, conodonts, early vertebrates, tabulate corals, stromatoporoids and other typical members of Palaeozoic faunas.
It is only one-meter thick dolomite bed which shows the abundance of recrystallized shells of brachiopods (Fig.
The end-Permian mass extinction played a pivotal role in the reversal of taxonomic and numerical dominance of the brachiopods, crinoids, and corals ( i.e.
Keywords: Brachiopods, Western Tethys, Early Jurassic, palaeobiogeography, mass extinction, faunal turnovers
Brachiopods, sipunculans, enteropneusts and metals from two estuarine tidal flats, Pacific, Costa Rica.
The most common of these are crinoids (sea lilies), snails, clam-like brachiopods, and ancestors of today's squids that had shells back then.
* Ordovician extinction - It was a time when the earth was dominated by sea creatures such as trilobites, brachiopods and graptolites.
Albany was also a world-renowned natural scientist who conducted much of his research on invertebrates including nudibranchs and brachiopods.
Albany was also a world renowned natural scientist who conducted much of his research on invertebrates including nudibranchs and brachiopods.
In the series, also titled "Free and Easy Wanderer," 2014, custom-built concrete bases hokl humidifiers (including a duo of fascinating bulb-shaped models from South Korea), each topped by fossilized brachiopods or petrified turtle shells de Haan collected while roaming the badlands of Alberta and South Dakota.