Scielo RSS <![CDATA[African Natural History]]> vol. 10 num. lang. en <![CDATA[SciELO Logo]]> <![CDATA[<b>Cretaceous faunas from Zululand and Natal, South Africa. <i>Valdedorsella, Pseudohaploceras, Puzosia, Bhimaites, Pachydesmoceras, Parapuzosia </i>(<i>Austiniceras</i>) and <i>P.</i> <i>(Parapuzosia)</i> of the ammonite subfamily Puzosiinae Spath, 1922</b>]]> Representatives of 20 species of the ammonite subfamily Puzosiinae Spath, 1922 are described from the Barremian and Aptian Makatini Formation, the Albian and Cenomanian Mzinene Formation, and the Coniacian part of the St Lucia Formation of northern KwaZulu-Natal, and the Santonian to Lower Campanian Mzamba Formation of northern Eastern Cape Province. The following are recognized: Valdedorsella akuschaensis (Anthula, 1899), Pseudohaploceras matheroni (d'Orbigny, 1841), Puzosia mayoriana (d'Orbigny, 1841), Puzosia provincialis (Parona & Bonarelli, 1897), Puzosia furnitana Pervinquière, 1907, Puzosia compacta Crick, 1907, Puzosia natalensis Crick, 1907, Puzosia compressa Kossmat, 1898, Puzosia manasoaensis Collignon, 1961, Puzosia eboroensis Collignon, 1961, Bhimaites bhima (Stoliczka, 1865), Bhimaites stoliczkai (Kossmat, 1897), Bhimaites pinguis (Crick, 1907), Bhimaites subtilis (Crick, 1907), Bhimaites gortanii Venzo, 1936), Parapuzosia (Parapuzosia) haughtoni Spath, 1922, Parapuzosia (Parapuzosia)? truteri (Van Hoepen, 1968), Parapuzosia (Austiniceras) subcompressa (Crick, 1907), Parapuzosia (Austiniceras) beantalyense Collignon, 1961, and Pachydesmoceras pachydiscoide Matsumoto, 1954 (=?Matsumotoceras donlisteri Van Hoepen, 1968). <![CDATA[<b>Additions to and revision of the South African echinoid fauna (Echinodermata: Echinoidea)</b>]]> The last major taxonomic review of the South African Echinoidea was published in 1976 and there have been very few additions to the fauna since that time, although numerous unidentified samples have continued to accumulate in the Iziko South African Museum. This study documents all additions to the fauna reported since the late 1970s. Most of these derive from our examination and identification of specimens in the Iziko South African Museum collections. Also included, though, are new records reported via the EchinoMap Virtual Museum, those published in the non-taxonomic literature and those derived from taxonomic revisions. For each new record we present an image of the species, key references, a brief diagnosis and detailed locality records. These sources together have resulted in 19 additions to the regional echinoid fauna, raising the total number of echinoid species known from the South African Exclusive Economic Zone to 71.