Data from: Appraisal of the fossil record of Homarus (nephropid lobster), with description of a new species from the upper Oligocene of Hungary and remarks on the status of Hoploparia

Tshudy D, Hyzny M, Dulai A, Jagt JWM

Date Published: May 25, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qr818

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Title APPENDIX 2 - species of Nephropidae - Tshudy et al.
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Description Pre-Holocene stratigraphic distribution of species of the family Nephropidae (sensu De Grave et al., 2009), inclusive of the former Thaumastochelidae.
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Title APPENDIX 3 - data for Vail Curve method - Tshudy et al.
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Description Data and calculations for Figure 6; “*” indicates standard for normalizing as per the Vail Curve method of Tshudy (2003).
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Tshudy D, Hyžný M, Dulai A, Jagt JWM (2017) Appraisal of the fossil record of Homarus (nephropid lobster), with description of a new species from the upper Oligocene of Hungary and remarks on the status of Hoploparia. Journal of Paleontology, online in advance of print. https://doi.org/10.1017/jpa.2017.65

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Tshudy D, Hyzny M, Dulai A, Jagt JWM (2017) Data from: Appraisal of the fossil record of Homarus (nephropid lobster), with description of a new species from the upper Oligocene of Hungary and remarks on the status of Hoploparia. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.qr818
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