A New Species of Tumidocarcinidae (Decapoda, Carpilioidea) from the Kambüel Formation (Paleocene) of Austria
Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien
Titanocarcinus, Decapoda, Kambühel, Paleocene, Austria, New Taxa
Earth Sciences | Geology | Paleontology
Titanocarcinus kambuehelensis new species is described from the Paleocene Kambühel Formation of Austria. Titanocarcinus ranges from the Cretaceous through the K/T mass extinction into the Eocene. This species is part of a reef fauna, which is one of several similar Paleocene occurrences in Northern and Central Europe. The new species is relatively small for the genus, and only the dorsal carapace is known.
Verhoff, James R.; Müller, Pál M.; Feldmann, Rodney M.; and Schweitzer, Carrie E. (2009). A New Species of Tumidocarcinidae (Decapoda, Carpilioidea) from the Kambüel Formation (Paleocene) of Austria. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien 111A. doi: 232 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/geolpubs/102