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معرفی دوکفه ای های راسته Trigoniida از سازند کژدمی، در تاقدیس های آنه و میش، شمال شرق گچساران

چکیده

سه گونه از دوکفه ای های متعلق به خانواده های Trigoniidae و Megatrigoniidae از راسته Trigoniida و مربوط به سه زیر جنس Linotrigonia (Oistotrigonia)،Pterotrigonia (Pterotrigonia)  و Pterotrigonia (Notoscabrotrigonia) از سازند کژدمی، در تاقدیس های میش و آنه واقع در حوضه زاگرس مورد شناسايي قرار گرفتند. Trigoniida دارای گسترش جهانی در زمان کرتاسه (بریاسین تا مایستریشتین) بوده و افراد مختلف این راسته در نواحیِ با دمای نسبتاً کم نواحی بین قطب تا استوا زیست می نمودند. بسیاری از افراد این راسته درون زي حاشیه ای (Marginal infaunal) بوده و ساكن آب های کم عمق و با انرژی نسبتاً بالاي نزدیک ساحل بوده و روش تغذیه ای آن ها استفاده از مواد غذایی معلق در آب بوده است.

واژگان کلیدی
آلبین،Linotrigonia ،Pterotrigonia ، سازند کژدمی، زاگرس، جنوب غرب ایران

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