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Pterobranchia - Bireclinata
It was recombined as Glyptograptus persculptus by Davies (1929); it was recombined as Normalograptus persculptus by Storch and Loydell (1996); it was recombined as Metabolograptus persculptus by Storch and Schönlaub (2012).
|Year||Name and author|
|1907||Diplograptus (Glyptograptus) persculptus Elles and Wood p. 257 figs. pI. 31, fig. 7a-c; text fig. 176a-b|
|1929||Glyptograptus persculptus Davies pp. 10-11 figs. text-fig. 11A, text-figs 11, 13, 16-19 (non 12, 14)|
|1955||Glyptograptus bohemicus Marek p. 7 figs. pI. 1, figs 1-4|
|1996||Normalograptus persculptus Storch and Loydell pp. 872 - 875 figs. Text-figures 3-5|
|2012||Metabolograptus persculptus Storch and Schönlaub pp. 759 - 760 figs. 5C, D, ?A, B|
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|P. Storch and D. Loydell 1996||Rhabdosome straight, widening from 1·0 mm (0·8 mm in relief) to a maximum of 2·0-2·5 mm at a distance of 10-15 mm from the proximal end; median septum complete in early populations, slightly wavy in specimens preserved in relief. Successive delay in the insertion of the median septum appears in stratigraphically late populations. Alternate to subalternate sigmoidally curved thecae of glyptograptid appearance become strongly geniculate in flattened rhabdosomes; thecae overlap for half of their length and number 5-6 in the proximal 5 mm and 8-10 in 10 mm distally.|