TALES OF THE UNPUBLISHED: ‘NEW' CRINOIDS FROM THE LLANDOVERY OF BRITAIN
However, three of Ramsbottom's species still await formal description. The monobathrid camerate Hapalocrinus sp. nov., a unique, near-complete specimen from the Damery Beds of the Tortworth Inlier of the Welsh borderlands (Telychian, griestoniensis Biozone), is a fine example of a genus better known from the Devonian. The diplobathrid camerate Dimerocrinites sp. nov. from the Newlands Formation, Craighead Inlier of the Girvan district, southwest Scotland (Aeronian, triangulatus Biozone) represents a genus well-known from the slightly younger Much Wenlock Limestone Formation of England. The cladid Petalocrinus sp. nov., from the Petalocrinus Limestone of the Woolhope Inlier of the Welsh borderland (upper Telychian or lower Wenlock) is so common that it forms a mappable horizon (Pocock, 1930, Q. Jl geol. Soc. Lond., v. 86, p. 50-63). In addition, the senior author has collected a new, articulated species from the Gasworks Mudstone Formation of Haverfordwest, South Wales (Rhuddanian?), indicating that the British Llandovery still contains new and exciting crinoids that await discovery.