Abstract

Describes the principal occurrences of pelagic microfaunas in the northeastern Barbary region--in the Numidian range of northern Constantine, Algeria, and in the eastern Atlas range in southern Tunisia. Study of their geographic and stratigraphic distribution indicates that pelagic Alpine microfaunas freely invaded the region south of the now uplifted Paleozoic massif of the Kabylia region during the latest Jurassic and earliest Cretaceous.

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