Palaeoxyris jugleri

(VON ETTINGSHAUSEN, 1852)


Classification: Elasmobranchii

Reference of the original description
VON ETTINGSHAUSEN, C. (1852)
Ueber Palaeobromelia, ein neues fossiles Pflanzengeschlecht. Abhandlungen der kaiserlich–königlichen geologischen Reichsanstalt, 1 (3): 1–10, Pl. I–II

Image of the original description

Palaeoxyris jugleri (VON ETTINGSHAUSEN,1852)

Synonyms / new combinations and misspellings
Palaeobromelia jugleri, Spirangium jugleri

Types
Palaeoxyris jugleri



Description:


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Palaeoxyris jugleri (VON ETTINGSHAUSEN,1852); UpperWeald Clay, silty ironstone, Smokejacks Brickworks (015762). Maximum length 65 mm and width 19 mm (Scale line in mm); © Edmund Jarzembowski, UK, in: Jarzembowski, E. A., 1991. The Weald Clay of the Weald: report of 1988/89 field meetings. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 102 (2): 83-92

Distribution Geographic
northern Germany and southern England

Distribution Strategraphy
Early Cretaceous Wealden (Berriasian)

References
FISCHER, J. & REICH, M. (2013)
On the Early Cretaceous chondrichthyan egg capsule Palaeoxyris jugleri (von Ettingshausen) also known as Spirangium. In: SCHWARZ, C. & KRIWET, J. (editors): 6th International Meeting on Mesozoic Fishes – Diversification and Diversity Patterns, Vienna, Austria August 4th–10th, 2013: 24
JARZEMBOWSKI, E.A. (1991)
The Weald Clay of the Weald: report of 1988/89 field meetings. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 102 (2): 83–92
DOI: 10.1016/S0016-7878(08)80068-5
MÜLLER, A.H. (1978)
Zur Oologie fossiler Tiere. Biologische Rundschau, 16: 155–174
CROOKALL, R. (1932)
The nature and affi nities of Palaeoxyris, etc. Summary of progress of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Practical Geology for 1931, part II: 122–140
CROOKALL, R. (1930)
Further morphological studies in Palaeoxyris, etc. Summary of progress of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Practical Geology for 1929, part III: 8–36
SCHENK, A. (1871)
Beiträge zur Flora der Vorwelt. IV. Die Flora der nordwestdeutschen Wealdenformation. Palaeontographica, 19: 246–247, Pl. XL–XLI
VON ETTINGSHAUSEN, C. (1852)
Ueber Palaeobromelia, ein neues fossiles Pflanzengeschlecht. Abhandlungen der kaiserlich–königlichen geologischen Reichsanstalt, 1 (3): 1–10, Pl. I–II