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Study of a Cenomanian–Turonian sequence, including the oceanic anoxic event 2 (OAE2) in Central Jordan, yielded 22 ostracod species from the Middle–Late Cenomanian interval; no ostracods were found in the Early Turonian. The majority of the taxa have a wide geographical distribution along the southern shores of the Tethys; from Morocco in the west to the Arabian Gulf region in the east. Biogeographical homogeneity of the ostracod associations in North Africa and the Middle East reflects facilitated communication along the whole expanse of the southern Tethys margin during the Cenomanian, and suggests similar living conditions and absence of important...

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