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Article: Synonymy of the Carboniferous trilobites Namuropyge and Coignouina

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 20
Part: 4
Publication Date: January 1978
Page(s): 917 919
Author(s): John Miller
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MILLER, J. 1978. Synonymy of the Carboniferous trilobites Namuropyge and CoignouinaPalaeontology20, 4, 917–919.

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The first articulated specimen of Namuropyge acanthina (Coignou, 1890) is described from the Visean of Treak Cliff, Derbyshire. This specimen confirms that cephala described as Coignouina Reed, 1943 and pygidia described as Namuropyge R. and E. Ritcher, 1939 are congeneric.
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