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New data on Angustiphyllum Altevogt 1965, an automobile free-living rugose coral from the Eifelian of the Western Armorican Massif (France)

Abstract : The genus Angustiphyllum is recorded for the first time in the Armorican Massif (Rade de Brest) and two new species are erected: A. stylophorum and A. vidalae. The well preserved material shows the indisputable presence of costae on the exterior side of the corallum, which, besides the wedge-like morphology of the corallum, constitutes the main diagnostic feature of the genus. Angustiphyllum seems to be a good index for the Upper Eifelian of the Ibero-Armorican Domain.
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Yves Plusquellec, Rémy Gourvennec, Pierre-Alain Jaouen. New data on Angustiphyllum Altevogt 1965, an automobile free-living rugose coral from the Eifelian of the Western Armorican Massif (France). Geologica Belgica, Université de Liège, 2012, 15 (4), pp.254-264. ⟨insu-00790368⟩

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