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Symbiotic rugose corals in the early Silurian tabulates.  A )   Paleofavosi...
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Published: 01 March 2017
Fig. 4.— Symbiotic rugose corals in the early Silurian tabulates. A ) Paleofavosites sp. with Helicelasma sp. from Varbola Formation, Hilliste quarry, Estonia (GIT 666-10). B ) Paleofavosites sp. with Streptelasma sp. from Varbola Formation, Reinu quarry, Estonia (GIT 666-18
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Symbiotic rugose corals in the early Silurian tabulates.  A )  Paleofavosit...
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Published: 01 March 2017
Fig. 3.— Symbiotic rugose corals in the early Silurian tabulates. A ) Paleofavosites balticus (Linnaeus) with Streptelasma estonica Dybowskifrom Varbola Formation, Eivere quarry, Estonia (GIT 666-17). B ) Longitudinal section of P. balticus with Streptelasma sp. from Varbola Formation
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Published: 12 September 2017
Journal of Paleontology (2017) 91 (6): 1123–1147.
... that also extinguished the Laframboise reefs at the top of the Ellis Bay Formation. Post-extinction recovery of athyrides was pioneered by small-shelled Koigia , which are abundant in the basal Silurian Becscie Formation. Hyattidina , with a simple brachidium, is abundant in the Aeronian and Telychian...
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 March 2017
PALAIOS (2017) 32 (3): 158–165.
...Fig. 4.— Symbiotic rugose corals in the early Silurian tabulates. A ) Paleofavosites sp. with Helicelasma sp. from Varbola Formation, Hilliste quarry, Estonia (GIT 666-10). B ) Paleofavosites sp. with Streptelasma sp. from Varbola Formation, Reinu quarry, Estonia (GIT 666-18...
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Series: NRC Monograph Publishing Program
Published: 01 January 2010
EISBN: 9781927346150
.... 107) further remarked, more or less correctly, that ‘ Clathrodictyon appears in the top of the Vauréal formation and persists to the very top of the Chicotte formation’ [sic]. Furthermore, Twenhofel mentioned finding stromatoporoid skeletons as much as ‘2 feet in diameter’ (ca. 60 cm) from the Gun...
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