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Article: A new dasycladacean alga from the Palaeocene of Kurdistan

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 21
Part: 3
Publication Date: July 1978
Page(s): 687 691
Author(s): Graham F. Elliott
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ELLIOTT, G. F. 1978. A new dasycladacean alga from the Palaeocene of Kurdistan. Palaeontology21, 3, 687–691.

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Hamulusella sedalanensis gen. et sp. nov., a Tethyan Palaeocene alga (Dasycladaceae) from Kurdistan shows an external morphology of serial conical segments known in other dasycladaceans, but has an unusual internal primary branch-structure distinguished by a short proximal extension below the stem-cell connection.
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