A strong maximum principle for a class of non-positone by Damascelli L., Pacela F., Ramaswamy M.

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Paratype (No. 371). . . . . . var. pleurophorus (Plate XI, fig. 5) ' 95 67 85 Whorlheight Thickness Umbilicus O10 O10 Ole 48 50 ? 48 54 54 52 17 16 ? 18 The thicknesses, in the case of the two figured examples, are based on the reconstructed outlines, as shown; for since the opposite sides are largely worn away, the specimens appear much thinner. The wide ventral a h , however, and the general whorl-shape agree with the 40 L. SPATH. VII corresponding features in A. nudus. The distinctive character of the present species is the persistance of comma-shaped primary ribs after the secondaries have first weakened and then disappeared entirely, on the earlier part of the body-chamber, also in the rejuvenescence of the costation on the anterior part of the body-chamber.

Elegans, hut persisting t o a larger diameter (72 mm) and comprising half a whorl of body-chamber. A fragment (No. 367) of probably a similar finely-ribbed species shows septa1 surfaces (PlateVII, fig. ~I InI ~ H ,vol. 11, 1887, pl. xxvr. VII Invertebrate Faunas of the Bathonian-Callovian Deposits of dameson Land. 43 Cadoceras-like ribs (although with a rounded edge), as in (the far more distantly-ribbed) Indocephalites diadematus (Waagen)'), which itself, had been included in Cadoceras. The innermost whorls are more evolute than the next three volutions and the umbilical cast (Plate VII, fig.

Russia, St. Petersb. Imper. Mineral. Soc. vol. VI, 1876, p. 116, pl. v, fig. 3 (not identical with C. chamusseti). cit. (CardiocCratidCs), 1912, p. 19. The inclusion of Quenstediocems (Longaeuiceras) funiferum, Phillips sp. 1829 (= Amm. galdrinus, d'orbigny, 1846 = A m m . galdynus, 1847) in Chamoussetia is not here accepted. 8) Pal. F r a n ~ a i s e , Terr. , vol. I, 1847, p. 437, pl. C I , ~ . (The original spelling must be adhered to, although the species was named after the Savoy geologist Chatnousset).

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