References for Nebraska Invertebrates - Crinoids

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47Macurda, D. B., and Meyer, D. L., 1975, The Microstructure of the crinoid endoskeleton: University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions, Paper 74, p. 1 – 22.
48Mapes, R. H., Lane, N. G., and Strimple, H. L., 1986, A microcrinoid colony from a cephalopod body chamber (Chesterian: Arkansas): Journal of Paleontology, v. 60, no. 2, p. 400 - 404.
49Matsumoto, H., 1929, Outline of a classification of Echinoermata: Tohoku Imperial University.Science Reports, 2nd Series, (geology), v. 13, no. 2, p. 27 – 22.
50Meek, F. B., and Worthen, A. H., 1860, Descriptions of new species of Crinoidea and Echinoidea from the Carboniferous rocks of Illinois and other western states: Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings series 2, no. 4, p. 379 – 397.
51Meek, F. B., and Worthen, A. H., 1862. Descriptions of new Paleozoic fossils from Illinois and Iowa: Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Proceedings series 1, no. 13, p. 128 – 148.
52Meek, F. B., and Worthen, A. H., 1865, Note in relation to a genus of crinoids (Erisocrinus) from the Coal Measures of Illinois and Nebraska. American Journal of Science, series 2, v.39, p. 350.
53Meyer, D. L., and Ausich, W. I., 1983, Biotic interactions among recent and among fossil crinoids: in Tevesz, J. S., and McCall, P. L., (editors), Biotic interactions in recent and fossil benthic communites, Plenum Publishing Co, p. 377 – 427.
54Miller, J. S., 1821, A natural history of the Crinoidea or lily-shaped animals, with observations on the genera Asteria, Euryale, Comatula, and Marsupites, Bryan & Co., Bristol.
55Miller, S. A., 1888, The structure, classification and arrangement of American Paleozoic crinoids into families: Indiana Department of Geology and Natural History, 16th Annual Report, Wm. Burford, Indianapolis, p. 302 – 373.
56Miller, S. A., and Gurley, W. F. E., 1890: Description of some new genera and species of echinodermata from the Coal Measures and Subcarboniferous rocks of Indiana, Missouri, and Iowa: Cincinnati Society of Natural History, v. 13, p. 3 – 25. Republished privately Danville, Illinois, with additional descriptions and plates, 1890-, p. 3 – 59: Republished Indiana Department of Geologic and Natural History Annual Report, 16 (1888), p. 327 – 373 (1890).
57Miller, S. A., and Gurley, W. F. E., 1894, New genera and species of Echinodermata: Illinois Museum of Natural History: Bulletin 5, p. 1 – 53.
58Molineux, A., 1995, A Late Pennsylvanian Encruster: Terminal Paleozoic Calcified Demosponge: Pangea: Global Environments and Resources: Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 17, p. 967-982.
59Moore, R. C., 1931, Pennsylvanian cycles in the northern Mid-continent region: Illinois Geological Survey, Bulletin no. 60, p. 247 – 258.
60Moore, R. C., 1936, Stratigraphic classification of the Pennsylvanian rocks of Kansas: Kansas Geological Survey, Bulletin no. 22, 256 p.
61Moore, R. C., 1939, New crinoids from the Upper Pennsylvanian and Lower Permian of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska: Denison University Bulletin Journal scientific Laboratories, v. 34, no. 6, p. 171 – 279.
62Moore, R. C., 1950, Late Paleozoic cyclic sedimentation in central United States, in Allen, P. (editor), Rhythm in Sedimentation: International Geological congress, Reprot of the 18th Session, Great Britain, 1948, part 4, Proceedings of section C, p. 5 – 16.
63Moore, R. C., 1964, Paleoecological aspects of Kansas Pennsylvanian and Permian cyclothems, in Merriam, D. F., (editor), Symposium on Cyclic Sedimentation: Kansas Geological Survey, Bulletin no. 169, v. 1, 287 – 380.
64Moore, R. C., 1965, Geological understanding of cyclic sedimentation represented by Pennsylvanian and Permian rocks of northern midcontinent region: Sigma Gamma Epsilon Guidebook, p. 27 - 35.
65Moore, R. C., and Laudon, L. R., 1943: Evolution and classification of Paleozoic crinoids: Geological Society of America, Special Paper 4, 167 p.
66Moore, R. C., and Laudon, L. R., 1944, Class Crinoidea: In Shimer, H. W., and Shrock, R. R., Index Fossils of North America: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 873 p.
67Moore, R. C., and Plummer, F. B., 1938, Upper Carboniferous crinoids from the Morrow Subseries of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas: Denison University Bulletin, Journal Scientific Laboratories, v. 37, no. 8, p. 209 – 313.
68Moore, R. C., and Plummer, F. B., 1940, Crinoids from the Upper Carboniferous and Permian strata in Texas: University of Texas Bulletin 3945, 468 p.
69Moore, R. C., and Strimple, H. L., 1970: Proposed fixation of neotype of Poteriocrinus hemisphericus Shumard, 1858, type species of Delocrinus Miller and Gurley, 1890 (Crineidea, Echinodermata): 9Z. N. (S.) 1905. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, v. 27, no. 3/4, p. 202 – 203.
70Moore, R. C., and Strimple, H. L., 1973, Lower Pennsylvanian crinoids from Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas: University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions, article 60 (ECHINODERMATA 12), 84 p.