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8: Longitudinal section with diaphragms few in the endozone, becoming more abundant in the exozone, GSC 94745, ϫ16, same locality as Fig. 1. qxd 04/01/2005 14:44 PM Page 32 Figure 5. Bryozoa, Romaine (4, 5) and Mingan (1–3, 6–9) Formations. 1, 2: Champlainopora chazyensis Ross. Deep tangential section displaying only rare mesozooecia, and transverse section displaying variation in diaphragm spacing; specimens GSC 94750 and 94750a, ϫ32; GSC locality 96700, Île Saint-Charles. 3, 9: Lamottopora duncanae Ross.
1999) and our own, 86 of the 89 species from this region are found in the Mediterranean basins, some of which have never been reported from outside the Mediterranean before. This faunal similarity to the Mediterranean, which is also evident in bivalve distribution (Lauriat-Rage et al. 1999), thus supports the suggestion that the eastern Atlantic region might have served as a refuge for marine taxa to survive the MSC (Ruggieri & Sprovieri 1976, Sabelli & Taviani 1984, Harmelin 1992). Furthermore, the study of marine organisms from the Atlantic side of the corridors enables us to address questions concerning late Tortonian geographic dispersal of species in concert with the prevailing current system.
1991), shows that considerable intergrading and similarity exists both within and between individual Batostoma colonies, whether ramose or laminate, and that variation within one species is, therefore, the most logical interpretation. Accordingly, B. chazyensis Ross and B. campensis Ross are herein considered synonymous, with the former name having page priority. The larger zooecia and abundant mesozooecia present within some areas of the Mingan Islands colonies are features which might be interpreted as more suggestive of B.
Bryozoan Studies 2004: Proceedings of the 13th International Bryozoology Association conference, Concepción/Chile, 11-16 January 2004 by Moyano, Hugo