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Revision of the late Ordovician trilobite Holotrachelus punctillosus [Tornquist, 1884] from Dalarna, Sweden

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Holotrachelus punctillosus from the Boda Limestone (Ashgill, Upper Ordovician) of Sweden is redescribed. The systematic position of this problematic species is discussed. Its distinctive morphology appears to be the result of an adaptation towards illaenid life habits. The pygidial morphology, with the extra-fulcral field developed as segmental pleural spines, makes an assignment possible to only four Ordovician groups, namely the Remopleuridioidea, Odontopleuroidea, Lichoidea and Cheiruroidea. Of these, the former three are so different that a direct affiliation is out of the question. Similarities with the Cheiruroidea are the more persuasive, particularly after a misinterpretation of the facial suture is corrected and some other problems are sorted out. It is suggested that the Holotrachelinae are placed within the Cheiruridae, where it may have special affinities to the Sphaerexochinae.
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W pracy przedstawiono redeskrypcję trylobita Holotrachelus punctillosus, pochodzącego ze szwedzkich wapieni Boda (aszgil, górny ordowik) i omówiono pozycję systematyczną tego problematycznego gatunku. Jego charakterystyczna morfologia wydaje sie być związana z przystosowaniem do trybu zycia typowego dla Illaenidae. Morfologia pygidium, z polem pozawidełkowym rozwiniętym w postaci członowanych kolców pleuralnych, umożliwia zaliczenie holotrachelusa do jednej z czterech ordowickich nadrodzin: Remopleuridioidea, Odontopleuroidea, Lichoidea lub Cheiruroidea. Holotrachelus wykazuje najwieksze podobieństwo do Cheiruroidea, zwłaszcza po skorygowaniu mylnej interpretacji szwu policzkowego. Autor sugeruje, że Holotrachelinae należy umieścić w obrębie Cheiruridae, przy czym najbliższe pokrewieństwa mogą je łączyć ze Sphaerexochinae.
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  • National Science Museum, Japan, 3-23-1 hyakunincho, shinjuku-ku Tokyo, 169-0073 Japan
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