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Nature and occurrence of Gennaeocrinus goldringae Ehlers
Robert Vernon Kesling
Bibliography : p. 274.
|Statement||by Robert V. Kesling.|
|Series||Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan,, v. 19, no. 16|
|LC Classifications||QE701 .M5 vol. 19, no. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||65065436|
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The importance of predation pressure on crinoids and its effects on morphological evolution and on biogeographic patterns of this group serves as a clear illustration of this shift: whereas prior to the ’s crinoids were generally thought to be immune from predation, since then predation has been invoked as a probable cause of: (a) the Cited by: Most previous reports on the biotic interactions of crinoids have treated either the living or the fossil forms exclusively.
Major treatments of the biotic interactions of living crinoids are those of Clark (), Hyman (), Fell (), and Breimer (). Interactions of extinct crinoids have been summarized by Cited by: Answers is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want.
Evolving interactions between predators and prey constitute one of the major adaptive influences on marine animals during the Paleozoic. Crinoids and fish constitute a predator–prey system that may date back to at least the Silurian, as suggested by patterns of crinoid regeneration and spinosity in concert with changes in the predatory by: 3.
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This book presents the evidence for predator-prey interactions in the fossil record and the implications of this record for evolutionary paleoecology. The first section of this book, which comprises the bulk of the volume, discusses the fossil record of predation for specific taxonomic groups.