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Article: Some Late Silurian Bryozoa from the Canadian Arctic Islands

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 9
Part: 3
Publication Date: October 1966
Page(s): 517 522
Author(s): Thomas E. Bolton
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BOLTON, T. E. 1966. Some Late Silurian Bryozoa from the Canadian Arctic Islands. Palaeontology9, 3, 517–522.

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One new species of trepostome Diplotrypa franklini, and two species of cyclostome Fistulipora(?) mutabilis Hennig and Cyclotrypa silurica Hennig originally described from the Ludlovian rocks of Gotland are characteristic of the Early Ludlovian shelly faunas scattered throughout the Canadian Arctic Islands.
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