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- the FAD of Monograptus parultimus defining biological marker for the start of the Pridoli epoch, 423.0 ± 2.3 million years ago, of Monograptus turriculatus...
- younger/upper are: Monograptus vulgaris; Monograptus nilssoni; Monograptus scanicus; Monograptus tumescens; and Monograptus leintwardinensis. In Denbighshire...
- Late Silurian age, ****ociated as they were with the graptolite genus Monograptus. This would make the species by far the most advanced known plant of...
- (1935). "On a flora, including vascular land plants, ****ociated with Monograptus, in rocks of Silurian age, from Victoria, Australia". Philosophical Transactions...
- M. vulgaris may refer to: Monograptus vulgaris, a graptolite present in the Ludlow Group Mycena vulgaris, a saprotrophic mushroom species in the genus...
- reportMonograptusMonograptus acinacesMonograptus atavusMonograptus bohemicusMonograptus buddingtoniMonograptus calamistratusMonograptus clingani...
- unidentified related form †MonograptusMonograptus argutus – or unidentified comparable form †Monograptus convolutusMonograptus decipiens – or unidentified...
- defined as the first appearance of the graptolite Monograptus austerus sequens (the base of the Monograptus triangulatus biozone). The section is primarily...
- (1935). "On a flora, including vascular land plants, ****ociated with Monograptus, in rocks of Silurian age, from Victoria, Australia". Philosophical Transactions...
- speciesMonograptusMonograptus bohemicusMonograptus chimaeraMonograptus colonusMonograptus crinitusMonograptus dubiusMonograptus forbesi †Monograptus...
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