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Triassic conodonts from jordan






Acta Geologica Polonica 35(3-4): 289-304

Triassic conodonts from jordan

First finds of generally Middle Triassic (Ladinian) conodonts from Jordan are reported. Biometric analysis of the genus Pseudofurnishius shows that the conodonts hitherto assigned to the species P. huddlei van den BOOGAARD and SIMON fall within the limits of intrapopulation variability of the species P. murcianus van den BOOGAARD. The record of Gondolella transita KOZUR and MOSTLER, Metapolygnathus mungoensis (DIEBEL), and Pseudofurnishius murcianus van den BOOGAARD, made possible time correlation of the Iraq-al-Amir Formation from Jordan and the Saharonim Formation from Israel.


Accession: 006840731



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