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A New Species of Anostracan from the Miocene of California

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Abstract We have restudied some of the material of a fossil anostracan originally discussed and illustrated by Palmer from the Middle Miocene, Barstow Formation, near Yermo, California, and we now recognize it as a new species, Branchinecta barstowensis. It is the best-preserved fossil anostracan known to date. The closest affinities of this species are with B. pollicifera Harding, 1940, collected from the mountains of Peru and Bolivia around Lake Titicaca.

Affiliations: 1: a Dept. of Biology, Our Lady of the Lake University, 411 SW 24th St., San Antonio, Texas 78207-4666, U.S.A.


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