References on Discradisca


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

Adachi K., Kuramochi T., Kimura K. & S. Kumura, 2013. First extensive examination of genome size in Phylum Brachiopoda (lamp shells) collected from Japan. Journal of Shellfish Research, 32 (2), 539-541.

Bitner M. A., 2014. Living brachiopods from French Polynesia, Central Pacific, with descriptions of two new species. Pacific Science, 68 (2), 245-265.

Bitner M. A. & A. Dulai, 2008. Eocene micromorphic brachiopods from north-western Hungary. Geologica Carpathica, 59 (1), 31-43.

Bitner M. A. & A. Müller, 2015. Brachiopods from the Silberberg Formation (Late Eocene to Early Oligocene) of Atzendorf, Central Germany. Paläontol Z.,

Bitner M. A. & N. Motchurova-Dekova, 2016. Middle Miocene (Badenian) brachiopods from Yasen, northwestern Bulgaria: taxonomic composition and biogeographical significance. N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Abh., 279 (1), 7-22.

Bitner M. A., Logan A. & E. Gischler, 2008. Recent brachiopods from the Persian Gulf and their biogeographical significance. Scientia Marina, 72 (2), 279-285.

Bitner M.A. & A. Logan, 2015. Recent Brachiopoda from the Mozambique-Madagascar area, western Indian Ocean. Permophiles, 61 (suppl. 1), 5-6.

Bitner M.A. & Cahuzac B., 2013. New record of Discradisca (Brachiopoda: Discinidae) from the Early Miocene of the Aquitaine Basin, south-western France. C. R. Palevol, doi:10.1016/j.crpv.2012.10.001

Cooper G. A., 1977. Brachiopods from the Caribbean sea and adjacent waters. Stud. trop. Oceanogr., Miami, 14, 1-211.

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.

Dulai A., 2013. Sporadic Miocene brachiopods in the Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Leiden, the Neth- erlands): Records from the Mediterranean, the North Sea, and the Atlantic Ocean. Fragmenta Palaeontologica Hungarica, 30, 15-51.

Dulai A., 2015. Central Paratethyan Middle Miocene brachiopods from Poland, Hungary and Romania in the Naturalis Biodiversity Center (Leiden, the Netherlands). Scripta Geologica, 149, 185-211.

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

Emig C. C., 2009. Part IV. Chapter 35. Brachiopods. In: Marine Biodiversity of Costa Rica, Central America. Wehrtmann I. S. & J. Cortés (eds.). et CD-Species List 35.1 et 35.2, p. 389-391. CD-Rom 500 p. Monographiae Biologicae, 86, 417-420. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 538 p.

Emig C.C., 2017. Atlas of Antarctic and sub-Antarctic Brachiopoda. Carnets de Géologie, CG2017_B03, 93 p

Gaspard D., 2001. Représentativité des Brachiopodes de la Caraïbe du Crétacé à l'Actuel. 123e Congrès National des Sociétes historiques et scientifques (Antilles-Guyane, 1998), Histoire naturelle, p. 23-44.

Hammond L. S., 1980. The larvae of a discinid (Brachiopoda : Inarticulata) from inshore waters near Townsville, Australia, with revised identifications of previous records. J. nat. Hist., 14, 647-661.

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

Kuzmina T. V. & V. V. Malakhov, 2007. Structure of the brachiopod lophophore. Paleontological Journal, 41 (5), 520-536.

Mergl M., 2010. Discinid brachiopod life assemblages: Fossil and extant. Bull. Geosci., 85 (1), 27-38.

Merkel C., Deuschle J., Griesshaber E., Enders S., Steinhauser E., Hochleitner, 2009. R., Brand U. & W. W. Schmahl - Mechanical properties of modern calcite- (Mergerlia truncata) and phosphate-shelled brachiopods (Discradisca stella and Lingula anatina) determined by nanoindentation. Journal of Structural Biology, 168 (3), 396-408.

Merkel C., E. Griesshaber, K. Kelm, R. Neuser, G. Jordan, A. Logan, W. Mader & , 2007. W.W. Schmahl,. - Micromechanical properties and structural characterization of modern inarticulated brachiopod shells. Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, G02008, doi:10.1029/2006JG000253.

Merkel T. C., 2009. Nanoskalige Untersuchungen zur Calcitmineralisation in Gegenwart von Kieselsäuren und Nanohärte-Messungen von Brachiopodenschalen. Dissertation der Fakultät für Geowissenschaften der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München zur Erlangung des Grades Doktor rerum naturalis, 117 p.

Pennington J.T. & S.A. Stricker., 2002. Phylum Brachiopoda. Chapter 41 in Atlas of Marine Invertebrate Larval Forms, C. Young, M. Rice and M. Sewell (eds). Academic Press, London, p. 441-461.

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.

Santagata S. & J. W. Tunnell, 2009. Brachiopoda of the Gulf of Mexico. In: Felder D.L. & D.K. Camp (eds.), Gulf of Mexico–Origins, Waters, and Biota. Texas A&M Press, College Station, USA, p. 1137–1141.

Stenzel H.B., 1964. Stratigraphic and paleoecologic significance of a new Danian brachiopod species from Texas. Geol. Rundschau, 54, 619-631.

Sudarsan D., 1968. Brachiopod larvae from the west coast of India. Proceedings: Plant Sciences, 68 (2), 59-68.

Suess E., 1859. Über die Wohnsitze der Brachiopoden. I. Abschnitt Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathematisch- Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse, 37, 185-248.

Tunnell J. W., 1972. Crania sp. (Brachiopoda) from Texas waters. Texas J. Sci., 23 (4), 553.

Tunnell J. W., 1982. Distribution and habitat of Discradisca antillarum (d'Orbigny, 1846)(Brachiopoda: Inarticulata) in the Western Gulf of Mexico. In: Chapman B. R. & J. W. Tunnell Eds, 'South Texas Fauna: a symposium honoring Dr. A. H. Chaney', Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Res. Inst., p. 37-47.

Zezina O. N. & A. V. Pakhnevich, 1998. Recent brachiopods identificated in the collection of the R/V Academician Boris Petrov (cruise 29A in 1998) from the Western Antarctic. VNIRO Publishing House, Moscow, pp. 85-88.