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Article: A new eocrinoid from the Lower Cambrian of Spain

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 33
Part: 1
Publication Date: March 1990
Page(s): 249 256
Author(s): G. Ubaghs and D. Vizcaïno
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UBAGHS, G., VIZCAÏNO, D. 1990. A new eocrinoid from the Lower Cambrian of Spain. Palaeontology33, 1, 249–256.

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An eocrinoid similar to Gogia, but having single or partitioned epispires with dome-shaped calcite cover, is described as Gogia (Alanisicystis) andalusiae subg. et sp. nov. It is from the Lower Cambrian (Marianian stage) of Alanis (Seville), Andalusia, Spain, and it is the second species of Gogia from the Lower Cambrian.
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