[Taxacom] Patterson reference

Anthony Gill gill.anthony at gmail.com
Wed Jul 10 08:58:11 CDT 2019


Thanks John,

I was able to download the files Tony posted, so have it already. Thanks
for checking though.

Best wishes,

Tony

On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 11:44 PM John Bruner via Taxacom <
taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu> wrote:

> 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
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> 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,
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> 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
> > >> --
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> > >> A12 Macleay Museum
> > >> University of Sydney
> > >> NSW 2006
> > >> Australia.
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