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Title: Etude de populations de Glycymeris (Bivalvia, Glycymerididae) du Miocène d'Aquitaine, Sud-Ouest de la France Studyof Glycymeris (Bivalvia, G1ycymerididae) populations from the Aquitaine Miocene, SW France
Authors: Cahuzac, B.
Cluzaud, A.
Lesport, J. F.
Ringeade, M.
Keywords: Glycymeris
Aquitaine Basin
Chattian
Miocene
systematics
biometry
Issue Date: 1992
Abstract: Abundant crops of Glycymeris have been made in the neritic bioclastic deposits of the Aquitaine Basin. After an outline about the Chattian taxa, the 5 Lower Miocene lineages are presented; G. cor is plainly predominant. Then, the Middle Miocene faunas are also detaiIed, G. inflatus and G. bimaculatus being the most frequent taxa. A test of biometrical analysis about the G. cor species is presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/4519
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