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Seven well-preserved column frag ments: quarry near the village of Mitino, Exposure 11, Bed 38; Steshev Horizon (lower part). mitinensis Arendt, sp. nov. Plate 12, figs. 1-6 E t y m o l o g y . After the village of Mitino. H o l o t y p e . PIN, no. 1557/108; well-preserved column; quarry near the village of Mitino, Exposure 11, Bed 38; Serpukhovian Stage, Lower Serpukhovian Substage, Steshev Horizon (lower part). PALEONTOLOGICAL JOURNAL Vol. 36 Suppl. 2 Genus Dipentagonocrinus Arendt, gen. nov.
The peripheral zone is flat and covered by a few high radial denticles. The columnals are relatively high, slightly convex, of two orders, and alternating. The middle part of the lat eral surface is marked by a narrow, low, even, and sharply outlined ridge, which is slightly smaller in the second-order columnals (which are smaller). The holo type is represented by a column fragment consisting of six columnals and bears a cirrus socket that lies on a low truncated elevation, is slightly concave, and bears a narrow dentate crenularium, wide concave areola, and narrow axial canal.
Derbiensis (Sowerby) from the Lower Carboniferous deposits of England to the Paleontological Institute. 2 The ornamentation is developed only on the radial and deltoid plates and is missing from the basals. The proximal parts of radials usually bear four to five wellexpressed growth ridges that are arranged in parallel to their margins and locally passing into tubercles, the number of which increases distally. Beginning from about the half of their height, the radials are covered by sufficiently large, irregularly rounded tubercles, which loss their distinct confinement to the growth ridges near the upper margin.