Data from: A new tealliocaridid crustacean from the Late Carboniferous of North China and its biogeographic implications

Qiang Yang, Pierre Gueriau, Sylvain Charbonnier, Dong Ren, Olivier Béthoux & Sylvain Charbonner
A new tealliocaridid eumalacostracan is described from the Late Carboniferous Tupo Formation (Ningxia, China). Laevitealliocaris xiaheyanensis gen. et sp. nov. is represented by a single specimen, characterised by the possession of a short rostrum without dorsal spine, a short postcervical carina and only one weak branchial carina, both tuberculate, and a short sixth pleonal somite. This is the first unequivocal record of tealliocaridids outside Euramerica, which occurrence along the eastern inner margin of the Palaeotethys...
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