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Article: Jurassic freshwater ostracods from the Kota Limestone of India

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 18
Part: 1
Publication Date: January 1975
Page(s): 207 216
Author(s): A. Govindan
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GOVINDAN, A. 1975. Jurassic freshwater ostracods from the Kota Limestone of India. Palaeontology18, 1, 207–216.

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Three species of Jurassic freshwater ostracods representing the genera Timiriasevia, Darwinula, and (?)Limnocythere are described from the limestone of the Kola Formation of the Pranhita-Godavari Valley. India. Of these Timiriastvia digitalis sp. nov. is new, (?)Limnocythere sp, A is left under open nomenclature, and Darn-inula cf. D. sarytirmenensis compared with the Middle Jurassic species of that name recorded from the Mangishlaka Peninsula, U.S.S.R.
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