Tremosna (Carboniferous of Czech Republic)

Also known as Třemošné, Třemošná

Where: Czech Republic (49.8° N, 13.4° E: paleocoordinates 1.0° N, 20.2° E)

• coordinate based on nearby landmark

• outcrop-level geographic resolution

When: Nyrany Member (Kladno Formation), Westphalian D (311.4 - 306.9 Ma)

• Tremosna in Böhmen. Mittleres Obercarbon.

Environment/lithology: terrestrial; lithology not reported and coal

• Central-West Bohemian basin; extensional basin developed within Variscan zone along simple asymmetric mega-graben formed on the Central Bohemian and Litomerice fault zones, with some contribution from transtensional wrench faults.

Size class: macrofossils

Preservation: mold/impression

Primary reference: J. Kušta. 1889. O Blattině z lupkové uhlí z Třemošné u Plzne. Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Böhmischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften in Prag 1888:387-393 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham/M. Clapham]more details

Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis

PaleoDB collection 125662: authorized by Matthew Clapham, entered by Jered Karr on 15.03.2012, edited by Matthew Clapham, Emma Dunne and Bethany Allen

Creative Commons license: CC BY (attribution)

Taxonomic list

 Blattodea - Necymylacridae
"Oryctoblattina arndti n. sp." = Apotypoma arndti
"Oryctoblattina arndti n. sp." = Apotypoma arndti Kušta 1889 cockroach
 Trichoptera -
"Phryganea" kolbi n. sp.2 Frič 1889 caddisfly
caddis case
"Phryganea" arenacea n. sp.4 Fritsch 1899 caddisfly
caddis case
 Temnospondyli - Eogyrinidae
Nummulosaurus kolbii n. gen. n. sp.5
Nummulosaurus kolbii n. gen. n. sp.5 Fritsch 1900 tetrapod
CGH Orig. 208 (Lectotype: eight articulated caudal vertebrae with haemal arches and scales)
 Temnospondyli - Cochleosauridae
Cochleosaurus bohemicus1 Fritsch 1885 tetrapod
in ZMP collections
 Temnospondyli - Trematopidae
Mordex laticeps n. sp.6 Fritsch 1881 tetrapod
Fritsch 1881 Orig. 246
 Temnospondyli - Branchiosauridae
Branchiosaurus salamandroides6 Fritsch 1875 tetrapod
ZMP material (Augusta, 1940)
 Seymouriamorpha -
Adenoderma gracilis n. sp.7 Fritsch 1901 tetrapod
CGH unnumbered (holotype), badly preserved skeleton including skull, vertebrae and limbs
 Microsauria - Hyloplesiontidae
"Stelliosaurus longicostatus" = Hyloplesion longicostatum3
"Stelliosaurus longicostatus" = Hyloplesion longicostatum3 Fritsch 1875 tetrapod
CGH Orig. 233 (holotype), complete specimen