References on Neoancistrocrania


Bitner M. A., 2009. Recent Brachiopoda from the Norfolk Ridge, New Caledonia, with description of four new species. Zootaxa, 2235, 1-39.

Cohen B. L., Kaulfuss A. & C. Lüter, 2014. Craniid brachiopods: aspects of clade structure and distribution reflect continental drift (Brachiopoda: Craniiformea). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, p. 1-18 - online.

Cohen B. L., Long S. L. & Saito M., 2008. Living craniids: preliminary molecular evidence of their inter-relationships. Fossils and Strata, 54, 283-287.

Emig C. C., 2003. Inarticulata (Nonarticulate lampshells). Grzimek's Animal life Encyclopedia, (ed. 2) vol. 2, 515-519.

Laurin B., 1992. Découverte d'un squelette de soutien du lophophore de type "crura"chez un brachiopode inarticulé : description de Neoancistrocrania norfolki gen. sp. nov. (Craniidae). C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris, 314, Sér. III, 343-350.

Laurin B., 1997. Brachiopodes récoltées dans les eaux de la Nouvelle-Calédonie et des îles Loyauté, Matthew et Chesterfield. In : A. Crosnier (ed.), Résultats des campagnes MUSORSTOM, Vol. 18. Mém. Mus. natn. Hist. nat., 176, 411-471.

Parkinson D., Curry G. B., Cusack M & A. E. Fallick, 2005. Shell structure, patterns and trends of oxygen and carbon stable isotopes in modern brachiopod shells. Chemical Geology, 219 (1-4), 193-235.

Robinson J., 2013. The muscles, body wall and valve opening mechanism of extant craniid (inarticulated) brachiopods. Journal of Natural History, xx

Robinson J. H. & D. E. Lee, 2007. The Recent and Paleogene craniid brachiopod, Valdiviathyris quenstedti Helmcke, 1940. Systematics and Biodiversity, 5 (1), 123–131.

Robinson J.,, 2014. The muscles, body wall and valve-opening mechanism of extant craniid (inarticulated) brachiopods. Journal of Natural History, p. 1-22. Journal of Natural History, p. 1-22.

Zezina O. N., 1994. Bathyal zone of the ocean as a place for preservation of faunistic relics. Oceanology, 34 (3), 367-372.

Zezina O. N., 2005. On the systematic position of recent brachiopod species from the Norfolk Ridge (West Pacific). Invertebrate Zoology (Moscow), 2 (1), 29-33.