Abstract

Examination of upper Jurassic exposures on the island of Eigg, western Scotland, has revealed the presence of a Quenstedtoceras fauna (upper Callovian) of lamberti age, as well as evidence of lower Oxfordian beds, thus considerably extending the range of Jurassic strata formerly thought to be represented only by the upper part of the Oxford clay.

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