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n.1.(Zool.) A genus of brachiopods of which some species are still living, while many are found fossil.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The subsequent comprehensive stratigraphical work of Gomez (1979) revealed, in the Sot de Chera locality (besides of Rhynchonella cf.
Koterov strata vrstvy lenesicke Lenesice strata vrstvy nuculove Nuculus strata vrstvy patecke Patek strata vrstvy rhynchonellove Rhynchonella strata vrstvy terebr.
Ultrastructural study of the heart and its relationship with the connective tissue sheath of the stomach in Rhynchonella psittacea (Tentaculata, Brachiopoda).
indet., Rhynchonella sp., Homoeospira sp., Lingula sp.
Later Peyre and Peyre (1960) recorded brachiopods also from the Prat Mayor area that were assigned to the genera Spiriferina, Terebratula and Rhynchonella, and placed them in the "Middle Domerian" (Late Pliensbachian).
and Rhynconella wilfridi Jimenez de Cisneros in grey to yellowish limestones from the Late Pliensbachian of Prat Mayor, and Rhynchonella sp., Spiriferina angulata, and S.
Later, Geyer and Hinkelbein (1974) found Rhynchonella wilfridi Jimenez de Cisneros, 1923 and Terebratulidae sp.
They identified "Rhynchonella" ssp., Spiriferina alpina (=Liospiriferina alpina) and Spiriferina angulata (=Cisnerospira angulata), together with an ammonite association comprising Lytoceras sp.