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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2009
PALAIOS (2009) 24 (4): 199–210.
... into eight levels, five of them highly fossiliferous. Most of the levels are dominated by the freshwater gastropod Sheppardiconcha , with lower abundances of the bivalves Anodondites and Mytilopsis . The top level is dominated by specimens from the bivalve family Arcidae. The taxonomic composition...
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FIGURE 2 —Stratigraphic position of the Huesser horizon in the Cenozoic seq...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2009
FIGURE 2 —Stratigraphic position of the Huesser horizon in the Cenozoic sequence of the Eastern Cordillera and photographs of localities; She = Sheppardiconcha ; Ano = Anodontites ; Myt = Mytilopsis ; ages and lithostratigraphy after Bayona et al. (2008)
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FIGURE 4 —Huesser horizon molluscan species. A–B)  Anodontites . C–D)  Shep...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2009
FIGURE 4 —Huesser horizon molluscan species. A–B) Anodontites . C–D) Sheppardiconcha . E–F) Mytilopsis (scanning electron migrograph). G–H) Molds of arcids (scanning electron migrograph)
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FIGURE 5 —Taphogram illustrating differences in taphonomic patterns (packin...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2009
affected by taphonomic processes), with 0 = low; 2 = highly affected. Taphonomic index (TI), packing, and disposition define the taphofacies I, II, III, and IV (see text for further details). She = Sheppardiconcha ; Ano = Anodontites ; Myt = Mytilopsis ; Arc = Arcidae