Abstract

The apparatus structure of the conodont Icriodus expansus Branson and Mehl is here recognised as consisting of seven element types- I, Ca, Cb, Cc, Cd, Ce and Cf. The apparatus contains one pair of I elements and over 140 associated cone elements. The orientation of the I element is reversed. The study is based on a large collection of fused clusters found in a sample from the Upper Devonian (Frasnian) Napier Formation in the Oscar Range of the Canning Basin, Western Australia.
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Commonwealth of Australia (Geoscience Australia)

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Date (publication)

1982-01-01T00:00:00

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GA Catalogue Number

81116 Product http://www.ga.gov.au/metadata-gateway/metadata/record/81116/

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WA
Earth Sciences

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English

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125.4
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Australia
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Commonwealth of Australia (Geoscience Australia)
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Canberra
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ACT
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2601
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Australia
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