中国三叶虫属的厘定

所属分类:生物科学  
出版时间:2008   出版时间:科学出版社   作者:Zhou Zhiyi,Zhen Yongyi   页数:401  

前言

  In the light of researches published up to 2005, this book aims to provide a review and a complete list of Chinese trilobite genera (or subgenera) with new information about their temporal and spatial distributions, in order to amplify the data compiled by Lu et al. (1965) in the Trilobites of China. We hope that our effort herein will be of significance for palaeontologists who wish to roam about the Chinese trilobite kingdom with ease.  Lu et al. (1965) dealt with 376 trilobite genera that were known in China before 1963. By the beginning of 2006, however, there are altogether 1677 genera (or subgenera) recorded in China, with an increase of available generic (or subgeneric) names by 350% in the last 40 years. Many of these newly proposed taxa were published in various regional palaeontological atlases during the late 1970s and early 1980s with no full literature review undertaken, and the precise occurrences for most of them were not known. Some of them were even established on poorly preserved, fragmentary, or insufficient specimens,with morphological characters difficult to interpret. A radical revision of the Chinese trilobites is therefore required, and through the collective revisions presented in various chapters of this book, 1317 genera (or subgenera) belonging to 166 families are recognized as valid. The work is largely based on NIGP collections made from the type localities or nearby areas, from which the relevant original specimens were collected. Most of these Chinese trilobite genera were listed by Jell & Adrain (2003) with indication of their known synonyms, and two trilobite orders (Agnostida and Redlichiida) including Agnostina (Shergold & Laurie, 1997), Eodiscina (Jell, 1997), and Redlichiina (Chang et al., 1997) were revised in the second edition of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology edited by R. L. Kaesler (1997). These two comprehensive works have added significant amount of new data to our knowledge and provided us with much valuable information on Chinese trilobites.

内容概要

This volume deals with 1677 trilobite genera that occur in the Palaeozoic rocks of China, and, after a critical revision, 1317 of them are considered as valid. All the valid forms are listed with reference to their familial assignments, and chronostratigraphical, geographical and geological settings. Based on the updated data of their temporal and spatial distribution, the Cambrian and Ordovician biogeography of China is reviewed. Furthermore, the familial and generic biodiversity changes through the 46 Palaeozoic stages and 71 Cambro-Ordovician time intervals (defined by biozones) in China are depicted, and the fundamental trends in the history of trilobite diversification and macroevolution through the Palaeozoic of China are revealed. The book provides the most complete and consistent data set available for trilobite records in China, and will interest all those of the palaeontologists, geologists and biologists who wish to roam about theChinese trilobite kingdom with ease.

书籍目录

EDITORIAL
PREFACECHAPTER
1
Introduction
with
reference
to
previous
work,
stratigraphical
and
geological
settings,
and
biogeography
Zhou
Zhiyi
and
Zh
1.1
Trilobite
research
in
China:
a
historical
review
1.2
Notes
on
the
chronostratigraphy
of
trilobite-bearing
beds
1.3
Division
of
geographical
units
1.4
Outline
of
Cambrian
and
Ordovician
trilobite
biogeographyCHAPTER
2
Cambrian
agnostoids
2.1
List
ofagnostoid
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
2.2
Occurrences
CHAPTER
3
Early
Cambrian
(Chiungchussuan,
Tsanglangpuan
and
Lungwangmia
3.1
A
brief
stratigraphic
review
3.2
List
of
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
3.3
OccurrencesCHAPTER
4
Non-agnostoids
of
the
early
Mid
Cambrian
(Maochuangian
and
Hsuchuangian)
4.1
Zonation
and
correlation
4.2
List
of
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
4.3
OccurrencesCHAPTER
5
Non-agnostoids
of
Changhian
(late
Mid
Cambrian)
5.1
Zonation
and
correlation
5.2
List
of
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
based
on
Chinese
material
5.3
OccurrencesCHAPTER
6
Platform-facies
non-agnostoids
of
Late
Cambrian
(Kushanian,Changshanian
and
Fengshanian)
6.1
List
of
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
6.2
Occurrences
CHAPTER
7
Cambrian
(late
Taijiangian-Taoyuanian)
slope-facies
noti-agnostoids"
7.1
List
ofpolymerid
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
7.2
OccurrencesCHAPTER
8
Latest
Cambrian
and
Ordovician
8.1
Notes
on
the
stratigraphic
framework
8.2
List
of
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
8.3
Age
and
occurrences
CHAPTER
9
SHurian
9.1
List
of
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
9.2
OccurrencesCHAPTER
10
Devonian,
Carboniferous
and
Permian
Yuan
J
10.1
List
of
genera
(or
subgenera)
erected
on
Chinese
material
10.2
OccurencesCHAPTER
11
History
of
trilobite
biodiversity:
a
Chinese
perspective
11.1
Data
and
analytical
methods
11.2
Origin
11.3
Diversity
11.4
Radiation
events
11.5
Extinction
events
11.6
ConclusionsREFERENCESINDEXCONTRIBUTORS

章节摘录

  Yinaspis
Chang
&
Fan,
1960,
p.
113
[*Y.
granulatus
Chang
&
Fan;
1960,
p.
114;
holotype:
NIGP
10100,cranidium
(Chang
&
Fan,
1960,
pl.
5,
fig.
8),
late
Tremadoc,
Yumen,
western
Gansu].  Yinpanolithus
Lu
in
Lu
&
Chang,
1974,
p.
129
[*Y.
yinpanensis
Lu
in
Lu
&
Chang,
1974,
p.
129;lectotype
(selected
Zhou
&
Hughes,
1989,
p.
66):
NIGP,
eephalon
(Lu
&
Chang,
1975,
pl.
51,
fig.
9),Arenig,
Chengkou,
northeastern
Chongqing].  Yosimuraspis
(Eoyosimuraspis)
Qian,
1985a,
p.
71
[*
Y.
(E.)
truncates
Qian,
1985a,
p.
71;
holotype:NIGP
92754,
cranidium
(Qian,
1985a,
pl.
13,
fig.
2),
upper
part
of
the
Yosimuraspis
Zone,
earliest
Tremadoc,
Hunjiang,
southern
Jilin].
Junior
subjective
synonym
of
Yosimuraspis
Kobayashi,
1960a
(see
Duan
et
al.,
1986,
p.
56).  Yosimuraspis
(Metayosimuraspis)
Qian,
1985a,
p.
75
[*Y.
(M.)
latilimbatus
Qian,
1985a,
p.
75;
holotype:NIGP
92737,
cranidium
(Qian,
1985a,
pl.
11,
fig.
3),
upper
part
of
the
Yosimuraspis
Zone,
earliest
Tremadoc,
Hunjiang,
southern
Jilin].
Junior
subjective
synonym
of
Yosimuraspis
Kobayashi,
1960a
(see
Duan
et
al.,
1986,
p.
56).  Yumenaspis
Chang
&
Fan,
1960,
p.
134
[*Y.
yumenensis
Chang
&
Fan,
1960,
p.
135;
holotype:
NIGP
10147
(Chang
&
Fan,
1960,
pl.
9,
fig.
1),
latest
Llanvirn-early
Caradoc,
Yumen,
western
Gansu].  Zhenganites
Yin
in
Yin
&
Lee,
1978,
p.
528
[*Z.
guizhouensis
Yin
in
Yin
&
Lee,
1978,
p.
529;
holotype:SMNH
Gt-307,
cephalon
(Yin
&
Lee,
1978,
pl.
174,
fig.
4),
Llanvirn,
Zhengan,
northern
Guizhou].  Zoraspis
Nan,
1985a,
p.
12
[*Z.
lobata
Nan,
1985a,
p.
12;
holotype:
SIGM
030133,
cranidium
(Nan,1985a,
pl.
1,
fig.
7),
late
Tremadoc,
Huma,
northem
Heilongjiang].
The
dorsal
shield
coincides
well
with
that
of
either
Megalaspides
Brogger,
1886
or
Liomegalaspides
Lu,
1975,
but
the
hypostome
bears
a
great
resemblance
to
that
of
the
latter,
especially
in
the
absence
of
the
posterior
border
furrow.The
genus
is
therefore
considered
herein
as
a
junior
subjective
synonym
of
Liomegalaspides.

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