Abstract

A detailed study of the laminated structures in limestones, occurring in the south-western part of the Kaladgi basin, indicated that they are the colonies of algae termed algal stromatolites. Based on the exterior disposition of the lamlinae, different types have been recognized, and their characteristic features are described. Paleoenvironmental conditions prevailing during their deposition and the conspicuous absence of cell structures are discussed.

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