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Anabarites trisulcatus

- Anabaritidae

Taxonomy
Anabarites trisulcatus was named by Voronova and Missarzhevsky (1969) [Missarzhevsky in Voronova and Missarzhevsky 1969. Usually given as Missarzhevsky in Rozanov et al. 1969.]. Its type specimen is GIN 3593/116, an other, and it is not a trace fossil. It is the type species of Anabarites.

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Synonyms
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1969Anabarites trisulcatus Rozanov et al. pp. 183-184 figs. pl. 8 f. 10, 21; txt. f. 43c
1969Anabarites trisulcatus Voronova and Missarzhevsky p. 209 figs. pl. 1 f. 8-9
1977Anabarites trisulcatus Qian p. 259 figs. pl. 1 f. 9–10, 18–19
1977Anabarites rotundum Qian p. 260 figs. pl. 1 f. 11–12
1978Anabarites trisulcatus Qian p. 15 figs. pl. 3 f. 2–3, 12–13; pl. 4 f. 1–2
1978Anabarites obliquasulcatus Qian p. 16 figs. pl. 3 f. 6-8
1978Anabarites sulcoconvex Qian p. 16 figs. pl. 3 f. 9-10
2009Anabarites trisulcatus Kouchinsky et al. pp. 255 – 258 figs. 6, 7A-E, 11A-L, O-V, 12D

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
phylumProblematica
familyAnabaritidae
RankNameAuthor
genusAnabarites
speciestrisulcatus

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Diagnosis
ReferenceDiagnosis
A. Kouchinsky et al. 2009nabarites species having slowly expanding tubes, with internal moulds expressing three rounded lobes separated by shallow grooves (Figs 2A & 6B). Growth lines in the grooves often curve towards the aperture.

Description. Irregularly curved, slowly expanding internal moulds with tri-fold transverse profiles. Three rounded lobes are separated by narrow and shallow, but distinct, grooves. In some specimens, growth lines in the grooves curve towards the aperture (Fig. 6A & C). Some possibly preserve remnants of phosphatised walls (Fig. 6C, H & J).