References on Discinisca


Most of the author missed the genus Discardisca Cooper, 1977 and are using Discinisca including for fossil taxa. Consequently the classification of the Discinidae is confusion about the description and the identification of either genera and species.

See also in English Antarctic Brachiopods   and in French Brachiopodes de l'Antarctique

Adams A., 1863. On genera and species of Recent Brachiopoda found in the seas of Japan. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 3, 11, 98-101.

Ashworth J. H., 1915. On the larvae of Lingula and Pelagodiscus (Discinisca). Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburg, 51 (1), 45-69.

Bittner A., 1899. Trias-ablagerungen des Süd-Ussuri-Gebietes in der Ostsibirischen Küstenprovinz. Mém. Comité géol., 7 (4), 1-35, Pl. 4.

Chuang S. H., 1973. The inarticulate brachiopod larvae of the International Indian Ocean Expedition. J. mar. biol. Ass. India, 15 (2), 538-544.

Chuang S. H., 1994. Brachiopoda. In: Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates, Eds Adiyodi K. G. & R. G. Adiyodi, In: Asexual propagation and reproductive strategies, Oxford & IBH Publishing, New Dehli, vol. VI, part B, 315-328.

Cohen B. L., Gawthrop A. B. & T. Cavalier-Smith, 1998. Molecular phylogeny of brachiopods and phoronids based on nuclear-encoded small subunit ribosomal RNA gene sequences. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B 353, 2039-2061.

Cooper G. A., 1982. New brachiopoda from the Southern hemisphere and Cryoptopora from Oregon (Recent). Smiths. Contr. Paleobiol., 41, 1-43, 7 pls.

d'Orbigny A., 1850. Mémoires sur les Brachiopodes (2e partie). Annales des Sciences naturelles, (3e série) tome 13, 295-353, Pl. 7. Annales des Sciences naturelles, (3e série), 13, 295-353, Pl. 7.

Dall W. H., 1871. Report on the Brachiopoda obtained by the United States Coast Survey Expedition in charge of L.F. Pourtales, with a revision of the Craniidæ and Discinidæ. Bull. Mus. comp. Zool. Harvard Univ., 3 (1), 1-45, 2 pl.

Dall W. H., 1921. Annotated list of the Recent Brachiopoda in the Collection of the United States National Museum, with descriptions of thirty-three new forms. Proc. U. S. Nat. Mus., 57 (2314), 261-377.

Davidson T., 1853. British fossil Brachiopoda. Palaeont. Soc., London, vol. 1, 136 pp.

Davidson T., 1870. Notes on the Brachiopoda hitherto obtained from the " Pebble- bed " of Budleigh-Salterton, near Exmouth, in Devonshire. Quart J Geol. Soc. London, 26 (1), 70- 90

Davidson T., 1871. On Japanese recent Brachiopoda. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1871, 300-312, 2 pl.

Davidson T., 1874. On the Tertiary Brachiopoda of Belgium, etc. [Sur les brachiopodes tertiaires de la Belgique. Traduit de l'anglais par Th. Lefèvre. (Extrait des traductions et réproductions publiées par la Société malacologique de Belgique.), Nys, Bruxelles] Geological Magazine (Decade II), 1, 150-159, 2 pl.

Davidson T., 1876. A Monograph of the British fossil Brachiopoda. Supplement to the Jurassic and Triassic species. Palaeont. Soc. London, 4 (2) 1, 73-185, pl. IX-XIII.

Davidson T., 1880. Report on the Brachiopoda dredged by the HMS Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Rep. Sci. Results Voyage HMS Challenger, Zool. 1 (1), 1-67, Pl. 1-4.

Davidson T., 1886. A monograph of the Recent Brachiopoda (1886-1888). Part I. p. 1-74, Pl. 1-13 (1886). Part II. p. 75-182, Pl. 14-25(1887). Part III. p. 183-248, Pl. 26-30 (1888). Trans. linn. Soc. London, (2)4 (Zool.), 1-248, Pl. 1-30.

Dreger J., 1889. Die tertiären Brachiopoden des Wiener Beckens. Beitr. Paläobiol. Österreich-Ungarns, 7 (2), 179-192.

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Fagetti E. G., 1964. Nota sobre larvas de brachiopoda Discinidae de la costa chilena. Montemar, 11 (4), 195-200.

Foster M W., 1969. Brachiopoda. In: Distribution of selected groups of marine invertebrates in waters south of 35°S latitude. Antarctic Map Folio Series, 11, p. 9-10. [total 44 p. 29 pl.]

Freeman G. & J.W. Lundelius, 1999. Changes in the timing of mantle formation and larval life history traits in linguliform and craniiform brachiopods. Lethaia, 32, 197-217.

Gray J. E., 1825. Observations on the synonima of the genera Anomia, Crania, Orbicularia and Discina. Ann. Phil., 1825, 1-4.

Hall J., 1863. Description of new species of brachiopoda, from the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chumong groups. New York State Cabinet nat. Hist., ann. Rep., 16, 19-37.

Helmcke J. G., 1938. Die systematische Stellung der Discinidae (Brachiopoda). Zool. Anz., 123 (5/6), 113-123.

Helmcke J. G., 1939. Ordnung der Tentaculata : Brachiopoda. In: Handbuch der Zoologie, Eds Krumbach W. & T. Kukenthal, W. de Gruyter, Berlin, 3 (2), 139-262.

Hoare R. D. & D. L. Steller, 1969. Inarticulate brachiopods of the Silica Formation (Devonian), Ohio and Michigan. Contr. Mus. Paleont. Univ. Michigan, 22 (20), 263-272.

Holmer L. E. & L. Ye. Popov, 1994. Revision of the type species of Acrotreta and related Lingulate brachiopods. J. Paleont., 68 (3), 433-450.

Jack R. L. & R. Etheridge Jr, 1892. The geology and palaeontology of Queensland and New Guinea. Beal, Brisbane, 768 p.

Jeffreys J. G., 1876. On some new and remarkable North-Atlantic Brachiopoda. Annals and Magazine of natural History, 18 (4), 250-253

Jope M., 1967. The protein of brachiopod shell. I. Amino acid composition and implied protein taxonomy. Comp. Biochem. Physiol., 20, 593-600.

Jope M., 1977. Brachiopod shell proteins: their functions and taxonomic significance. Amer. Zool., 17 (1), 133-140.

Joubin L., 1885. Recherches sur l'anatomie des brachiopodes inarticulés. Thèse Dr. es-Sci., Fac. Sci. Paris, 143 pp.

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Lamy E. & M. André,, 1941. Notes sur les espèces lamarckiennes de brachiopodes vivants. J. Conchyol., 84, (2),183-196; (3), 279-299.

Michalik J., 1975. Genus Rhaetina Waagen, 1882 [Brachiopoda] in the Uppermost Triassic of the West Carpathians. Geol. Zbornik Geol. Carpathica, Bratislava, 26, 1, 47-76.

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Reeve L., 1862. Monography of the genus Orbicula. Monography of the genus Crania (p. about 67-71 - 1 pl.) Conchologia Iconica, London, vol. 13, pl. 1: fig. 6.

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Rollier L., 1916. Synopsis des Spirobranches (Brachiopodes) jurassiques celto-souabes. Soc. paléont. Suisse, 41, 1>44.

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Williams A., Mackay S. & M. Cusack, 1992. Structure of the organo-phosphatic shell of the brachiopod Discina. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond., 337, 83-104.

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Yatsu N., 1902. On the development of Lingula anatina. J. Coll. Sci. Univ. Tokyo, 17 (4), 1-112.

Zezina O. N., 2008. Biogeography of the recent brachiopods. Paleontological Journal, 42 (8), 830-858.