FIRST RECORD OF ASHGILLIAN CONODONTS IN THE ARGENTINE PRECORDILLERA

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  • Susana Heredia

Abstract

A reworked conodont fauna from the Empozada Formation (Mendoza Precordillera) which belongs to the Caradoc-Ashgill (British Series from the Upper Ordovician) interval is reviewed. For the first time Amorphognathus cf. ordovicicus Branson & Mehl, 1933 is identified in Argentina. This species together with A. superbus, define the late Caradoc-earliest Ashgill of the Precordillera. The recovered conodont fauna is similar in composition with those of the British Province of the North Atlantic Realm, suggesting close relationships between both areas.

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Heredia, S. (2008). FIRST RECORD OF ASHGILLIAN CONODONTS IN THE ARGENTINE PRECORDILLERA. Ameghiniana, 45(1), 59-68. Retrieved from https://www.ameghiniana.org.ar/index.php/ameghiniana/article/view/208

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