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Article: Famennian ammonoids from New South Wales

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 11
Part: 4
Publication Date: November 1968
Page(s): 535 548
Author(s): T. B. H. Jenkins
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JENKINS, T. B. H. 1968. Famennian ammonoids from New South Wales. Palaeontology11, 4, 535–548.

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Seven species and two subspecies belonging to four genera of ammonoids (Clymeniina and Goniati-tina) are described from a Famennian horizon, Platyclymenia Zone, a few hundred feet below the erosive base of the Carboniferous in the vicinity of Keepit Dam, near Tamworth, New South Wales. Three new species of Clymeniina are described: Genuclymenia keepitensis, Platyclymenia (Platyclymenia) teicherti, and P. (P.) alterna.
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