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1-3. Trigonia carinata carinata Agassiz: (1) PIN, no. 4925/14, left valve: (la) external view, (lb) internal view; central Crimea, Zuya-Burul'cha interfluve, Zuiskii Sand Quarry, eastern wall; Lower Valanginian (Section no. 24, Bed 1); coll. T. Yanin in 1987; (2) PIN, no. 4925/15, left valve with abroken off anteroventral margin: (2a) external view, (2b) area and escutch­ eon view, the same locality and collector; (3) PIN, no. 4925/16, mold of the left valve, external view; southwestern Crimea, basin of the Bodrak River, village of Prokhladnoe, Patil' Mountain, region of the pumping station; Lower Valanginian (Section no.

10) shows the shell of this genus near the surface of the sediment, while its PALEONTOLOGICAL JOURNAL Vol. 38 Suppl. 6 2004 E A R L Y C R E T A C E O U S TRIGONIIDS OF T H E C R I M E A obliquely truncated siphonal margin is parallel to the water-sediment boundary. The same subsurface posi­ tion of the Myophorella shells is shown in the recon­ structions of Oschmann (1988, text-figs. 8, 10, 12, 15) for the benthic communities of the Late Jurassic sea in southern England. These reconstructions show the position of shell slightly different from that proposed by Fursich (only the upper posterior angle touches the sediment surface, while the siphons are shown com­ pletely in the sediment).

The nymph is relatively long and lamellar. The marginal and escutch­ eon carinae are sharp, ridgelike, with pointed tubercles. The median carina is absent. The hinge plate is moderately wide and triangular. Hinge: on the left valve (PI. 5, figs. 3, 5), tooth 2 (9 mm long, 8 mm wide) is in a shape of an equilateral triangle, with an almost straight upper termination; its anterior E x p l a n a t i o n of P l a t e 5 Figs. 1-6. Orthotrigonia mordvilkoae Yanin: (1) holotype MZ MGU, no. 39/2, right valve: (la) external view, (lb) anterior view, ( l c ) internal view, (Id) area view; central Crimea.

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