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Paleontological Journal

, Volume 52, Issue 12, pp 1371–1373 | Cite as

A New Species of Paraseraphs (Gastropoda, Seraphsidae) from the Priabonian White Limestone Formation of Jamaica

  • S. J. MaxwellEmail author
  • B. C. CongdonEmail author
  • T. L. RymerEmail author
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Abstract

The Paraseraphs Jung 1974 is an extinct group of gastropods that existed during the Late Paleocene and Eocene of Europe and the Caribbean. P. cantamessae sp. nov. is described; it differs structurally from its sympatric sister taxon and spatiotemporally from other members of the clade.

Keywords:

Paraseraphs Terebellum Seraphs sympatry Eocene 

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We are thankful to Mark Florence from the United States National Museum, Paleontology Department for his assistance in the preparation of the manuscript and designation of type material.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.College of Science and Engineering, James Cook UniversityQueenslandAustralia
  2. 2.Centre for Tropical Environmental and Sustainability Sciences, James Cook UniversityQueenslandAustralia

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