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Details of Uvigerina development in the Cretan Mio-Pliocene

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Most of the clastic sediments in Ecuador are tuffaceous to some degree, but those of the radiolarian facies are markedly so. : Bacedasco a Valle del Gratarolo; Homotoma Semicostata Bell. During the Pliocene this species group expanded widely and rapidly, mainly in the Mediterranean province, but also in the Atlantic province : in Belgium, France, Great Britain and the Netherlands.

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Foraminiferal record of the Middle Miocene climate transition prior to the Badenian salinity crisis in the Polish Carpathian Foredeep Basin (Central Paratethys)

We shah come back later on the implications of this particular fault distribution section V. In Ecuador the species is restricted to the late Middle and the Upper Eocene and is commonest in tuffaceous shales which contain abundant Radiolaria but usually only sparse Foraminifera.

Lower-middle Eocene benthic foraminifera from the Fortuna Section Betic Cordillera, southeastern SpainMicropaleontology, 52: 97-150. Van Couvering, 1972 the age of the Sandberg locality can be extrapolated t o about 14. We consequently adopt a value of 0. - we have observed viviparity in two species : N.

: Bacedasco; Drilla Obeliscus Desm? Journal of Foraminiferal Research, 19 2 : 153-158.