Abstract

The discovery of species of Kootenia and Bailiella known from the Middle Cambrian of western Newfoundland ('Pacific Province') and southeastern Newfoundland ('Atlantic Province') in limestone within volcanic rocks near New World Island, eastern Notre Dame Bay, is the first demonstration of the presence of Cambrian in the volcanic belts in North America, and also shows the mixing of forms from the two provinces.

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