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Publication . Article . 2010

The age of the brachiopod limestones from Guča, western Serbia

Rajka Radoicic; Vladan Radulovic; Dragoman Rabrenovic; Barbara V. Radulović;
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English
Published: 01 Jan 2010 Journal: Geološki Anali Balkanskoga Poluostrva, volume 2,010, issue 71, pages 73-93 (issn: 0350-0608, eissn: 2406-0747, Copyright policy )
Publisher: Faculty of Mining and Geology, Belgrade
Abstract
The asymmetric rhynchonellide brachiopod Cyclothyris? globata (ARNAUD, 1877) has a large distribution in the Coniacian, Santonian and Campanian outcrops of the western Tethys. The species has also been identified in Guca, (Vardar Zone, western Serbia), where it occurs together with the capillate terebratuloid ?Terebratula? sp. (gen. et sp. nov.). In addition to Serbia, this brachiopod association is found in many localities of northeastern Bulgaria (Shumen Formation). In older literature, in Romania and Bulgaria, ?Terebratula? sp. (gen. et sp. nov.) was confused with the Late Maastrichtian Terebratulina striata (WAHLENBERG, 1821). The present microfaunal study based on planktonic foraminifera showed that the age of the beds with Cyclothyris? globata and ?Terebratula? sp. (gen. et sp. nov.) in Guca may be dated as Lowermost Campanian, i.e., the Santonian/Campanian boundary.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings: lcsh:Geology lcsh:QE1-996.5

Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Paleontology Geology Foraminifera biology.organism_classification biology Outcrop Terebratula Cyclothyris

Subjects

brachiopods, Cyclothyris? globata, “Terebratula” sp. (gen. et sp. nov.), foraminifera, stratigraphy, Lowermost Campanian, Guča, Vardar Zone, western Serbia, Paleontology, Economic Geology, Geochemistry and Petrology, Geology, Geophysics, Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology

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