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3 records found in the Index Nominum Genericorum database.

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Kulmites J. A. Nieuwland, Amer. Midl. Naturalist 5: 52. 15 Mar 1917.
LT.: Taenidium serpentinum O. Heer (vide H. N. Andrews, Jr., U.S. Geol. Surv. Bull. 1013: 247. 1955)
Lower Jurassic (Liassic); Switzerland.
Substitute name for Taenidium O. Heer 1877, non G. Targioni-Tozzetti 1826.
Originally assigned to the algae (Fucaceae), this genus is generally considered to represent feeding burrows of animals. The generic name is retained in botanical nomenclature for purposes of homonymy.
FOSSIL-ANIMALIA (2) 09 Aug 2011

Diacritical Conversion

Taenidium O. Heer, Fl. Foss. Helv. 117. 1877 (non G. Targioni-Tozzetti 1826).
LT.: T. serpentinum O. Heer (vide H. N. Andrews, Jr., U.S. Geol. Surv. Bull. 1013: 247. 1955)
Kulmites J. A. Nieuwland 1917
Lower Jurassic (Liassic); Switzerland.
Originally assigned to the algae (Fucaceae), this genus is generally considered to represent feeding burrows of animals. The generic name is retained in botanical nomenclature for purposes of homonymy.
FOSSIL-ANIMALIA (2) 9 Feb 1996

Diacritical Conversion

Volubilites J. R. Ritter Lorenz von Liburnau sen., Denkschr. Kaiserl. Akad. Wiss., Math.-Naturwiss. Kl. 70: 562. 1901.
Kulmites J. A. Nieuwland 1917
Taenidium O. Heer 1877, non G. Targioni Tozzetti 1826
Originally assigned to the algae (Fucaceae), this genus is generally considered to represent feeding burrows of animals. The generic name is retained in botanical nomenclature for purposes of homonymy.
FOSSIL-ANIMALIA (104) 09 Aug 2011

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