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First Mesozoic amphipod crustacean from the Lower Cretaceous of SE England

Abstract : Long predicted but not found, a Mesozoic amphipod is finally reported from the lower Weald Clay Formation (late Hauterivian) of the County of Surrey in Southeast England, UK. Occurring in non-marine Wealden deposits, and sideswimmer-like, this lilliputian is referred to a new senticaudatan collective group and named Gammaroidorum vonki gen. et sp. nov. Future search should focus on finer-grained insect beds to elucidate the history of small, little-known, but significant crustaceans.
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Edmund Jarzembowski, Cédric Chény, Yan Fang, Bo Wang. First Mesozoic amphipod crustacean from the Lower Cretaceous of SE England. Cretaceous Research, Elsevier, 2020, pp.104429. ⟨10.1016/j.cretres.2020.104429⟩. ⟨insu-02495739⟩

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