[Taxacom] Patterson reference

John Bruner jbruner at ualberta.ca
Wed Jul 10 08:43:50 CDT 2019


p. 649

Suborder ACANTHUROIDEI Berg, 1937

(sensu lato, TyIer et al., 1989)

F. DREPANIDAE* Kaup, 1860 Extant Mar.

F. POMACANTHIDAE Jordan and Evermann, 1898

o T. (LUT)-Rec. Mar.

First: 0 Pomacanthus fitchi Nolf, 1973, Calcaire Grossier,

Paris Basin, France. Extant

F. CHAETODONTIDAE Bonaparte, 1832

(?including Pygaeidae Jordan, 1904)

T. (?LUT/RUP)-,-Rec. Mar.

First: Pygaeus Agassiz, 1838 (about six nominal species),

Malacopygaeus Leriche, 1906 (one species) and Parapygaeus

Pellegrin, 1907 (one species), all from Monte Bolca, Verona,

Italy, are conventionally assigned to Chaetodontidae, but

all are in need of revision. Chaetodon penniger Bogatshov,

1964, RUP, Moroskin, Transcaucasia, former USSR, is

otherwise the first chaetodontid. Extant

Intervening: RUP-PLI.

F. EPHIPPIDAE Bleeker, 1859 (including

Chaetodipteridae Bleeker, 1877, PIatacidae Bleeker,

1877, RHINOPRENIDAE Munro, 1964)

T. (LUT)-Rec. Mar.

First: Archaephippus asper (Voita, 1796), Eoplatax papilio

(Voita, 1796), Monte Bolca, Verona, Italy. Extant

Intervening: ?RUP, PLI.

F. SCATOPHAGIDAE Gill, 1883

T. (LUT)-Rec. Mar.

First: Scatophagus frontalis Agassiz, 1835, Monte Bolca,

Verona, Italy. Extant

Intervening: RUP.

Suborder ACANTHUROIDEI s.s. (TyIer et al., 1989)

ACANTHUROIDEI incertae sedis (F. KushIukiidae

Danil'chenko, 1968) T. (YPR) (see Fig. 36.6)

First and Last: Kushlukia permira Danil'chenko, 1968,

Danatinsk Formation, Kopetdag, Turkmenia, former USSR;

Kushlukia may also occur in the YPR Fuller's Earth, Barmer,

SW Rajasthan, India 0. C. Tyler, pers. comm.).

F. SIGANIDAE Richardson, 1836

T. (YPR)-Rec. Mar.

First: Siganopygaeus rarus Danil'chenko, 1968, Danatinsk

Formation, Kopetdag, Turkmenia, former USSR. Extant

Intervening: LUT, RUP.

F. LUV ARIDAE* Gill, 1885

(including Beerichthyidae Casier, 1966)

T. (YPR)-Rec. Mar.

First: Proluvarus necopinatus Danil'chenko, 1968, Danatinsk

Formation, Kopetdag, Turkmenia, former USSR; Beerichthys

ingens Casier, 1966, London Clay Formation, SE England,

UK. Eoluvarus bondei Sahni and Choudhary, 1977, YPR,

Barmer, SW Rajasthan, India, was accepted as a luvarid by

Tyler et al. (1989), but Tyler (pers. comm.), after examining

the type and only specimen, believes that it belongs not in

this family but with Exellia, which is here included in the

Caristiidae. Tyler et al. (1989) doubted that Luvarus preimperialis

Arambourg, 1956, RUP, Elam, Luristan, Iran, is a

luvarid, and Tyler (pers. comm.) has since examined the

type material and confirmed that it is unrelated to Luvarus.

Extant

F. ACANTHURIDAE Bleeker, 1859 (including

Caprovesposidae Bannikov and Fedotov, 1984,

Teuthidae Latreille, 1825, Zanclidae Gill, 1885)

T. (LUT)-Rec. Mar.

First: Eight genera (Blot and Tyler, 1991), Monte Bolca,

Verona, Italy, and one unnamed acronurus-like specimen

(Bannikov and Tyler, 1992), Dabakham Formation, Tbilisi,

Georgia, former USSR. Extant

Intervening: Eoc. (u), RUP, MMI; these records are of

Caprovesposus, long thought to be a zeiform, which

Bannikov and Tyler (1992) show to be acronurus-stage

larvae of acanthurids.

SuborderSCOMBROIDEI Bleeker, 1859 s.l.

Gohnson, 1986)

? F. EUZAPHLEGIDAE Danil'chenko, 1960

(= ZaphIegidae Jordan, 1920) T. (YPR-UMI) Mar.

First: Palimphyes palaeocenicus Danil'chenko, 1968,

Danatinsk Formation, Kopetdag, Turkmenia, former USSR.

Last: Three genera (David, 1943), Modelo and Monterey

Formations, southern California, USA.

Intervening: LUTIBRT, RUP-LMI.

Comment: This nominal family, discussed by David (1943:

'nearly related to the Gempylidae') and Danil'chenko (1960:

'intermediate between Scombridae and Gempylidae'),

seems to lack most of the characters of Scombroidei s.s.

and of Gempylidae listed by Johnson (1986). There is no

indication that it is monophyletic.

F. SCOMBROPIDAE* Gill, 1891

o T. (YPR)-Rec. Mar.

First: 0 Scombrops sp. Nolf, 1988, Argile de Gan, Gan,

Pyrenees-Atlantiques, France. Extant

F. SCOMBROLABRACIDAE* RouIe, 1922

Extant Mar.

F. POMATOMIDAE* Gill, 1865

T. (?LUT/LMI)-Rec. Mar.

First: ?Carangopsis brevis (de Blainville, 1818), C. dorsalis

Agassiz, 1844, Monte Bolca, Verona, Italy, placed 'provisionally'

in Pomatomidae by Blot (1969), and compared

with the only other fossil pomatomids known at that time,

Lophar miocenicus Jordan and Gilbert, 1919 and Pseudoseriola

giUilandi David, 1943, both UMI, southern California.

Bannikov and Fedotov (1989) refer Lednevia oligocenica

(Smirnov, 1936), LMI, Crimea and Caucasus, to this family.

Extant



On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 1:14 AM Tony Rees via Taxacom <
taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I added the files to my dropbox for Anthony. If anyone else wants the link,
> let me know before I have to delete it to make room for other stuff...
> Cheers - Tony
>
>
> On Wed, 10 Jul 2019 at 13:56, Tony Rees <tonyrees49 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Hi Anthony,
> >
> > I can supply what you need (I think) but the file is pretty big (scanned
> > pdf of 700-800 pages as I recall). Give me a little while and I will
> upload
> > it to my dropbox for you to pick up.
> >
> > Regards - Tony
> >
> > Tony Rees, New South Wales, Australia
> > https://about.me/TonyRees
> >
> >
> > On Wed, 10 Jul 2019 at 13:34, Anthony Gill via Taxacom <
> > taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu> wrote:
> >
> >> Hi All,
> >>
> >> Does anyone have a copy of M.J. Benton's (ed) The Fossil Record 2? I'm
> >> interested in Colin Patterson's chapter on teleosts, specifically as to
> >> which families he included in the Acanthuroidei.
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >>
> >> Tony
> >> --
> >> Dr Anthony C. Gill
> >> Natural History Curator
> >> A12 Macleay Museum
> >> University of Sydney
> >> NSW 2006
> >> Australia.
> >>
> >> Ph. +61 02 9036 6499
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