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Oldest mickwitziid brachiopod from the Terreneuvian of sothern France

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Kerberellus marcouensis Devaere, Holmer, and Clausen gen. et sp. nov., originally described as Dictyonina? sp., from the Terreneuvian of northern Montagne Noire (France) is re-interpreted as the oldest relative to or member of mickwitziid-like stem-group brachiopods. We extracted 170 partial to complete phosphatic internal moulds of two types of adult and one type of juvenile disarticulated valves, rarely externally coated with phosphates, from the calcareous Heraultia Member of the Marcou Formation. They correspond to microbially infested, ventribiconvex, inequivalved, bivalved shells. The ventral interarea is bisected by a triangular sinus. The shell, most probably dominantly organic in origin, is orthogonally pierced throughout its entire thickness by radially-aligned, smooth-walled, cylindrical to hour-glass shaped canals except for the sub-apical planar field (interarea). The through-going canals of K. marcouensis are compared with brachiopods endopunctae and with canals of mickwitziid brachiopods. The absence of striations on K. marcouensis canal walls, typical of mickwitziids, implies that (i) the tubes could have been depleted of setae or; (ii) traces of the microvilli were not preserved on the tube wall (taphonomic bias) or, (iii) the tubes could have been associated with an outer epithelial follicle.
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  • UMR 8217 Geosystems CNRS-Universite Lille 1, Batiment SN5, Avenue Paul Langevin 59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq., France
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  • Department of Earth Sciences, Palaeobiology, Uppsala University, Villavagen 16, SE-752 36 Uppsala, Sweden
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  • UMR 8217 Geosystems CNRS-Universite Lille 1, Batiment SN5, Avenue Paul Langevin 59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq., France
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  • UMR 8217 Geosystems CNRS-Universite Lille 1, Batiment SN5, Avenue Paul Langevin 59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq., France
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