Definition of Orthid. Meaning of Orthid. Synonyms of Orthid

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Definition of Orthid

Orthid
Orthid Or"thid, n. (Zo["o]l.) A brachiopod shell of the genus Orthis, and allied genera, of the family Orthid[ae].

Meaning of Orthid from wikipedia

- organisms, including tabulate corals, strophomenid, rhynchonellid, and many new orthid brachiopods, bryozoans, planktonic graptolites and conodonts, and many types...
- view of colony encrusting a brachiopod valve Tropidoleptus carinatus, an orthid brachiopod from the Middle Devonian of New York. Pleurodictyum americanum...
- only 2 genera living before the extinction Brachiopoda Brachiopods 96% Orthids and productids died out Bryozoa Bryozoans 79% Fenestrates, trepostomes...
- Mountains, Texas. Terebratella sanguinea (Leach, 1814) Schizophoria, an orthid from the Middle Devonian of Wisconsin. Striatochonetes, a chonetid from...
- A subfamily of orthid brachiopods, containing: Family Enteletidae Family Draboviidae Family Chrustenoporidae Family Linoporellidae Family Saukrodictyidae...
- and became very diverse by the Ordovician, living in shallow-shelf seas. Orthids are the oldest member of the subphylum Rhynchonelliformea, and is the order...
- et al. Ordovician (Darriwilian) Chahgonbad Formation  Iran A glyptorthid orthid brachiopod; possibly a species of Lomatorthis. Maisorthina Gen. et sp. nov...
- Short hinge line helps distinguish the pentamerids from the ancestral orthids from which they are obviously derived. The hinge line is not as short as...
- ****ociated with Receptaculites. In lower beds: Protopliomerops, Kirkella, Orthid brachiopods. Cambrian Upper Cambrian Nopah Formation Highly fossiliferous...
- extinct and living brachs) Cl**** Rhynchonellata [!] Order Orthida [†] [!] (orthid brachs such as fossil Orthis) Order Pentamerida [†] (pentamerid brachs such...
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