Resources

Books

Emig, C. C. "Biogeography of the Inarticulated Brachiopods." In Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part H revised. Brachiopoda, vol. 1, edited by R. L. Kaesler. Boulder, CO, and Lawrence, KS: Geological Society of America and University of Kansas, 1997.

-. "Ecology of the Inarticulated Brachiopods." In Treatise on

Invertebrate Paleontology, Part H revised, Brachiopoda, vol. 1, edited by R. L. Kaesler. Boulder, CO, and Lawrence, KS: Geological Society of America and University of Kansas, 1997.

Williams, M. A. James, C. C. Emig, S. Mackay, and M. C. Rhodes. "Anatomy." In Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part H revised, Brachiopoda, vol. 1, edited by R. L. Kaesler. Boulder, CO, and Lawrence, KS: Geological Society of America and University of Kansas, 1997.

Periodicals

Blochmann, F. "Untersuchungen über den Bau der

Brachiopoden." Die Anatomie von Crania anomala O. F. M." Bibliographia Zoologica, Jena 1 (1892): 1-65, pl. 1-7.

Chuang, S. H. "Observations on the Ciliary Feeding

Mechanism of the Brachiopod Crania anomala." Journal of Zoology, London 173 (1974): 441-449.

Cohen, B. L., A. B. Gawthrop, and T. Cavalier-Smith.

"Molecular Phylogeny of Brachiopods and Phoronids Based on Nuclear-Encoded Small Subunit Ribosomal RNA Gene Sequences." Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 353 (1998): 2039-2061.

Emig, C. C. "Taxonomie du genre Glottidia (Brachiopodes Inarticulés)." Bulletin du Muséum National d'Histoire naturelle de Paris 4, no. 5, sect. 4 (1983): 469-489.

-. "Taxonomie du genre Lingula (Brachiopodes,

Inarticulés)." Bulletin du Muséum National d'Histoire naturelle de Paris 4, no. 4, sect. A (1982): 337-367.

-. "Terrier et position des Lingules (Brachiopodes,

Inarticulés)." Bulletin de la Société zoologique de France 107 (1982): 185-194.

Freeman, G. "Regional Specification During Embryogenesis in the Craniiform Brachiopod Crania anomala." Developmental Biology 227 (2000): 219-238.

-. "Regional Specification During Embryogenesis in the Inarticulate Brachiopod Glottidia." Developmental Biology 172 (1999): 15-36.

Lee, D. E., and C. H. C. Brunton. "Neocrania n. gen., and a Revision of Cretaceous-Recent Brachiopod Genera in the Family Craniidae." Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History (Geology) 40 (1986): 141-160.

Paine, R. T. "Ecology of the Brachiopod Glottidia pyramidata." Ecological Monographs 33 (1963): 187-213.

Other

"Brachiopoda and Brachiopodologists." BrachNet. 22 July 2003 (23 July 2003). <http://paleopolis.rediris.es/BrachNet/>.

Christian C. Emig, Dr es-Sciences

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Phylum Brachiopoda Class Articulata Number of families 20

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Brachiopods that live within a rounded, hinged, and mostly calcareous shell composed of two bilaterally symmetrical but dissimilar valves, and that generally attach themselves to hard substrates with a pedicle (foot-like structure) supported by connective tissue

Photo: Lampshell larvae seen near Heron Island in the Great Barrier Reef. (Photo by A. Flowers & L. Newman. Reproduced by permission.)

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