Data from: A new western European Cretaceous bryozoan genus from the early Cenomanian radiation of neocheilostomes

Silviu O. Martha & Paul D. Taylor
Neocheilostomes possessing ovicells for larval brooding originated in the late Albian and radiated explosively in the Late Cretaceous. Our understanding of this radiation is hampered by poor knowledge of the taxonomy of the earliest neocheilostomes. Here we describe a new neocheilostome genus, Ehrhardina, from shallow-water sediments in the early Cenomanian of Western Europe. Two species (Ehrhardina voigti sp. nov. and E. pikeae sp. nov.) are referred to the new genus. Ehrhardina gen. nov. is an...
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