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Armatites kaufmanni n. sp., the first Late Devonian goniatite with ventral spines

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Armatites kaufmanni n. sp. is described from an early Famennian (Late Devonian) occurrence of Braunau (Ense near Bad Wildungen) in the Rhenish Mountains Germany). It is the first goniatitic ammonoid with ventral shell extensions in the form of two rows of prominent, laterally flattened spines.
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Keywords: AMMONOIDEA; FAMENNIAN; RHENISH MOUNTAINS; SHELL SCULPTURE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2014

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