Abstract

In the Callander area, Perthshire, southeast Scotland, observations on graded and current bedding show that the Leny limestone (Cambrian) is intercalated in an inverted succession of Leny grit and is not a part of a syncline as previously postulated. Stratigraphic and structural relationships show that the Aberfoyle anticline is not a normal anticline; it closes downwards and is a synform.

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