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Downtonian (Silurian) Eurypterida from Perton, near Stoke Edith, Herefordshire

  • Erik N. Kjellesvig-Waering (a1)
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In this review of the Downtonian Eurypterida of Perton, Here-fordshire, a new genus Salteropterus and a new family Hugh-milleriidae are proposed, and the family Pterygotidae accordingly emended. Hitherto unknown morphological details of the Perton Eurypterida are described and discussed.

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