Through central Oklahoma the strike of the Permo-Pennsylvanian contact is nearly north and south. The regional dip is gently westward, exposing the Permian strata to the west of the contact. The basal Permian is here known as the Enid group, which comprises six formations. Of these, the lowest three, in order, are the Stillwater, the Wellington, and the Garber.

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