Satunarcus, a new late cambrian trilobite genus from southernmost thailand and a reevaluation of the subfamily mansuyiinae hupé, 1955
Journal of Paleontology
The Ao Mo Lae Formation of the Tarutao Group crops out on Thailand's Tarutao Island and contains a diverse assemblage of late Furongian trilobite taxa, including several endemic forms. This study presents a new genus and species, Satunarcus molaensis, discovered at two locations on the island. A cladistic analysis of the kaolishaniid subfamily Mansuyiinae in light of Satunarcus and similar genera known from across upper Cambrian equatorial Gondwanan rocks suggests that the subfamily is polyphyletic in its current definition, and thus is not a natural group. Separating Mansuyia Sun, 1924 from the other taxa conventionally placed in Mansuyiinae permits recognition of a previously unrecognized monophyletic subfamily Ceronocarinae new subfamily. As established herein, this kaolishaniid subfamily contains Satunarcus n. gen. and all genera previously recognized as Mansuyiinae. with the exception of Mansuyia itself. Ceronocarinae n. subfam. occur in middle Jiangshanian to middle Cambrian Stage 10 sedimentary rocks from Australia, South China, North China, and Sibumasu, with most genera endemic to Australia. UUID: http://zoobank.org/618c5136-73f0-4912-A7d3-e56559d2a76c
Wernette, Shelly J.; Hughes, Nigel C.; Myrow, Paul M.; and Sardsud, Apsorn, "Satunarcus, a new late cambrian trilobite genus from southernmost thailand and a reevaluation of the subfamily mansuyiinae hupé, 1955" (2020). Journal Articles. 469.