Paleonet: Disposition of a holotype
davidkm at gsa.state.al.us
Fri Apr 5 22:07:42 GMT 2019
In 1975, Mamet & Roux named Aphralysia capriorae, which they considered to be an alga. They were both in the geology dept.. at U. Montreal, which no longer exists! In their paper, as far as I can tell, they didn't say where the types were reposited. Folks at Montreal have not been able to help, so far. Any clues about where to look for the holotype of A. capriorae?
David C. Kopaska-Merkel
Geological Survey of Alabama
Tuscaloosa AL 35486-6999
dkm at gsa.state.al.us
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