Madeleine Alberta Fritz

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Madeleine Alberta Fritz (1896–1990)

Canadian paleontologist.

Publications[edit]

1923 The stratigraphy and palaeontology of Toronto and vicinity. Part III, Gastropoda, Cephalopoda, and Vermes: Ontario Department of Mines.

1925 The stratigraphy and palaeontology of Toronto and vicinity. Part IV, Hydrozoa, Echinodermata, Trilobita, and markings: Ontario Department of Mines.

1926 The stratigraphy and palaeontology of the Workman’s Creek section of the Cincinnatian series of Ontario: Royal Society of Canada Transactions. Sec. IV.

1928 (with Parks, W. A.) Cephalopoda and Bryozoa from Ordovician Black Shales: Royal Society of Canada Transactions, v. XXII, Section IV.

1930 Two new species of fossils from the Palaeozoic rocks of Ontario: Royal Canadian Institute Transactions, v. XVII, no. 38, Pt. 2.

1932 Permian Bryozoa from Vancouver Island: Royal Society of Canada Transactions, Sec. IV.

1937 Mesoblastus haynesi (Clark) from Mount Coleman, Alberta: Royal Canadian Institute Transactions. ------Multisolenia, a new genus of Paleozoic corals: Journal of Paleontology, v. II, no. 3.

1938 (with Stewart, G.A.) Type invertebrate fossils of North America (Devonian)— Fenestrellinidae: Wagner Free Institute of Science. ------ The correlation of certain Devonian faunas of eastern and western Gaspé with Appendix A, Devonian Bryozoa of Gaspé: Bulletin of American Paleontology, v. XXTV. ------Resemblance of the coral Multisolenia to Desmidopora: Journal of Paleontology, v. 12, no. 3.

1939 Two unique Silurian corals: Journal of Paleontology, v. 13, no. 5. ------Devonian fossil zones in wells from southwestern Ontario: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 50, p. 79-88. ------Outline of the history and development of the Royal Ontario Museum of Palaeontology: Contribution of the Royal Ontario Museum of Palaeontology, no. 1.

1940 Aparchites canadensis, a new Devonian ostracode from the Onondaga of Ontario: Journal of Paleontology, v. 14. ------Devonian Bryozoa from Fortin and Malbay Townships, Gaspé County, Quebec: Contribution of the Royal Ontario Museum of Palaeontology, no. 4.

1941 Baltic Ordovician fauna in Gaspé: Journal of Paleontology, v. 15. ------ Fenestrellina multistriata, a new Devonian bryozoa from Quebec: Journal of Paleontology, v. 15, no. 1. ------ On Solenopora compacta (Billings) and the new variety Solenopora compacta ouareauensis, Plate III: Royal Canadian Institute Transactions.

1942 A Late Palaeozoic Stenoporid from British Columbia: Royal Canadian Institute Transactions.

1944 The Hull bryozoan Escharopora hogbeni: Journal of Paleontology, v. 18. ------ Upper Devonian Bryozoa from New Mexico: Journal of Paleontology, v. 18. ------Bryozoa indicate Middle Devonian age for Gaspé Sandstone: Royal Society of Canada Transactions, v. 38, sec. IV.

1946 On the Meraspid Period of Isotelus maximus Locke: Royal Society of Canada Transactions, v. 40, sec. IV. ------ Permian (?) Bryozoa from Sustut Lake, British Columbia: Journal of Paleontology, v. 20. ------ A Rhopalonaria in the Dundas Formation at Toronto: Journal of Paleontology, v. 20.

1947 Cambrian Bryozoa: Journal of Paleontolgy, v. 21. ------ Story of ancient life: Royal Ontario Museum Pamphlet series, no. 1.

1948 Cambrian Bryozoa more precisely dated: Journal of paleontology, v. 22.

1949 Life before Cambrian: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 2.

1950 Multisolenida, a new order of the Schizocoralla: Journal of Paleontology, v. 24.

1951 Genus Trachytoechus from the Helderberg of Schoharie, New York: Wagner Free Institute of Science. ------The Pelecypod genus Vlasta in the Ordovician of North America: Journal of Paleontology, v. 25.

1953 (with Cranswick, J. Stuart) Lower and Middle Devonian of James Bay Lowland: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 6, pt. 1.

1954 Rhopalonaria lambtonensis: Journal of Paleontology, v. 28.

1955 (with Howell, B. F.) An Upper Cambrian coral from Montana: Journal of Paleontology, v. 29.

1956 Story of ancient life: Toronto: University of Toronto Press. ------(with Waines, R. H.) Stromatoporoids from the Upper Abitibi River Limestone: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 8, pt. 1.

1957 (with Lemon, R. R. H. and Norris, A. W.) Stratigraphy and Palaeontology of the Williams Island Formation: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 9. ------Bryozoa (mainly Trepostomata) from the Ottawa Limestone (Middle Ordovician) of the Ottawa-St. Lawrence Lowland: Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin, no. 42.

1958 (with Cranswick, J. Stuart) Coral fauna of the Upper Abitibi River Limestone: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 10.

1959 Meraspid period (Degree 3) of Pseudogygites latimarginatus (Hall): Contribution of the Department of Geological Science, University of Toronto, June. ------(with Howell, B. F.) Cambrotrypa montanensis, a Middle Cambrian fossil of possible coral affinities: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 2.

1961 A new Bryozoan genus from Lake Hazen, northeastern Ellesmere Island: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 13.

1963 An early Middle Pennsylvanian bryozoan fauna from the Banff area, Alberta: Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, v .ll, no. 1.

1964 IScutellum regale sp. nov. Fritz, from the Silurian of the Hudson Bay area: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 15, pt.2.

1965 A bryozoan fauna from the Middle Ordovician of Mendoza, Argentina: Journal of Paleontology, v. 39, no. 1.

1966 Diplotrypa schucherti, a new bryozoan species from the Long Point Formation (Ordovician), western Newfoundland: Journal of Paleontology, v. 40, no. 6.

1970 Pennsylvanian bryozoa (Ectoprocta) from the Tellevak Limestone of northwestern Ellesmere Island: Geological Society of Canada Bulletin 187. ------Redescription of type specimens of the bryozoan Hallopora from the Upper Ordovician of the Toronto region, Ontario: Geological Association of Canada Proceedings, v. 21.

1971 William Arthur Parks, Ph.D., LL.D., F.R.S. 1868-1936: Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Miscellaneous Publication. ------The Trepostomatous bryozoan Stigmatella catenulata diversa (Parks and Dyer, 1922); a synonym for Mesotrypa diversa (Parks and Dyer): Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Occasional Paper, no. 18.

1972 The rise and fall of the fossil dynasties: Rotunda, Bulletin of the Royal Ontario Museum, v. 5, no. 1.

1973 Redescription of type specimens of bryozoan Stigmatella from the Upper Ordovician of the Toronto region, Ontario: Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Contribution, no. 87.

1975 Redescription of type specimens of the bryozoan Heterotrypa from Upper Ordovician rocks of the Credit River valley, Ontario, Canada: Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Contribution, no. 101.

1975 A debt to prehistory: Rotunda, Bulletin of the Royal Ontario Museum, v. 8, no. 3.

1976 Redescription of type specimens of species of the bryozoan genera Monticulipora, Mesotrypa, Peronopora, and Prasopora, from the Upper Ordovician rocks of Toronto and vicinity, Ontario, Canada: Royal Ontario Museum life Science Contribution, no. 107.

1977 Redescription of type specimens of species of the bryozoan genera Atactoporella, Homotrypa, and Homotrypella from the Upper Ordovician rocks of the Credit River valley, Ontario, Canada: Royal Ontario Museum Life Science Contribution.