[Annelida] Fossil spionid-echinoid association

Neumann, Christian Christian.Neumann at MUSEUM.HU-Berlin.de
Wed Sep 13 02:18:04 EST 2006


Dear Anneliders

I would like to point your attention on fossil spionid-echinoid association preserved as boring traces in the skeleton of a Late Cretaceous echinoid. As far as we know, it is the only recorded association of spionids with echinoids as hosts:
"Wisshak, M. and Neumann, C. (2006): A symbiotic association of a boring polydorid polychaete and an echinoid from the chalk (Late Cretaceous, Northern Germany).- Acta Palaeontologica Colonica. 51 (3): 589-597."

You can download (free) the paper at the journal's homepage: http://app.pan.pl/

Cheers,

Christian


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Dr. Christian Neumann
Section Leader of Invertebrate Palaeontology
Museum fuer Naturkunde
Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin
Institut fuer Palaeontologie
Invalidenstrasse 43
D-10115 Berlin, Germany
Fon: (+49)-30-2093 8589
Fax: (+49)-30-2093 8868

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