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SERPUKHOVIAN CONODONT SEQUENCE AND THE VISEAN- SERPUKHOVIAN BOUNDARY IN SOUTH CHINA

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Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia

Università degli Studi di Milano

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      <p class="abstract-testo">This paper describes in detail the conodont sequence of Upper Visean (equivalent to Tatangian of China), Serpukhovian (equivalent to Duwuan of China) and the base of Bashkirian (equivalent to Luosuan of China) in South China. The following conodont zones can be recognized in descending order: <em>Declinognathodus noduliferus, Gnathodus bilineatus bollandensis, Lochriea cruciformis, L. ziegleri</em> and <em>L. nodosa</em> zones. The first occurrences of <em>Lochriea ziegleri</em> and <em>D. noduliferus</em> (or <em>D. lateralis</em>) are considered as the bases of Serpukhovian and Bashkirian, respectively. The correlation of the conodont sequence from Upper Visean to the base of Bashkirian between South China and the Moscow Basin, South Urals, Great Britain, Ireland and North America is discussed.</p><p class="abstract-testo"></p>

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      Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia
      Università degli Studi di Milano
      01 March 2005
      : 111
      : 1
      e99f844c12244f18ba966239f4ab9615
      10.13130/2039-4942/6260

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      Geology
      QE1-996.5
      Paleontology
      QE701-760

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