Palaeontology: Holotypes & Lectotypes

Maiocercus celticus

(Pocock) 1902
Accession number: NMW 32.518.G1
Collection: Holotypes
Taxonomy: Arthropoda, Arachnida
Chronostratigraphy: PALAEOZOIC , CARBONIFEROUS , Silesian , Westphalian , Duckmantian , Lower Westphalian B
Lithostratigraphy: Middle Coal Measures , Roof of Nine-Feet Seam
Locality: ../.. , Europe , United Kingdom , Wales , Glamorgan
Maiocercus celticus
Maiocercus celticus
References:
  • O'Connor, W., 1896. On several fossils including a 'Spider' (Euphrynus) from the 9 ft Coal Seam at Ty'nybedw, Rhondda Valley. Trans. Cardiff. Nat. Soc. 28, 50-52., Cited reference, p.52, as Eophrynus sp.
  • Howard, F.T. & Thomas, T.H. 1896, Note on Eophrynus. Transactions of the Cardiff Naturalists' Society, 28, 52-4.
  • Pocock, R.I. 1902. Eophrynus and allied Carboniferous Arachnida. Part 2. Classification of Eophrynus and its allies. Geol. Mag., Dec.4, 9, 487-93.
  • Pocock, R.I. 1911. A monograph of theterrestrial Carboniferous Arachnida of Great Britain. Palaeontogr. Soc. (Monogr). 1-84, pls.1-3.
  • North, F.J. 1931, Insect-life in the coal forests, with special reference to South Wales. Transactions of the Cardiff Naturalists' Society, 57, 16-44, pls 1-3.
  • Dunlop, J.A. & Horrocks, C.A. A new specimen of the Carboniferous trigonotarpid arachnid Maioceras celticus (Pocock, 1902) from Lancashire, UK. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, Volume 51, Part 1, June 1996, pp.23-31