The upper part of the Lower Palaeozoic sequence west of the Leinster Granite in eastern Ireland is shown, by means of chitinozoa, to be Llandovery in age, with some of it perhaps younger. These Silurian rocks are part of a turbidite succession which extends down to the lower Ordovician west of the granite and down to the lower Cambrian on the east.

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