Abstract

Describes the four members distinguished in the lower Cretaceous Barranquin formation of the Santa Fe region, northeast Venezuela. The formation consists mainly of alternating sandstones and shales with minor limestone intercalations, and is considered to represent material derived from erosion of highlands to the south which was deposited in shallow marine waters. It contains a fauna which can be correlated with that of the Neocomian stage in Europe.

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