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Late Viséan coral fringing reef at Tiouinine (Morocco): implications for the role of rugose corals as building organisms in the Mississippian
The excellent exposure and preservation of a fringing reef located at Tiouinine, near Khenifra (Central Moroccan Meseta) is a unique case in the Mississippian which allows us to distinguish differentExpand
AN UPPER VISÉAN (ASBIAN-BRIGANTIAN) AND SERPUKHOVIAN CORAL SUCCESSION AT DJEBEL OUARKZIZ (NORTHERN TINDOUF BASIN, SOUTHERN MOROCCO)
The Djebel Ouarkziz Formation, located in the northern part of the Tindouf Basin, in western Algeria and southern Morocco, is composed mainly of shales with interbedded limestones, dolostones andExpand
Alloxenic Distribution of Cystacanths of Two Profilicollis Species in Sympatric Crustacean Hosts in Chile
Abstract The taxonomic status of Profilicollis ( =  Falsifilicollis Webster, 1948) species in crustaceans in Chile is examined. Mole crabs, Emerita analoga (Stimpson 1857), living in the splash zoneExpand
Foraminifers and conodonts from the late Viséan to early Bashkirian succession in the Saharan Tindouf Basin (southern Morocco): biostratigraphic refinements and implications for correlations in the
The Carboniferous succession in the Tindouf Basin of southern Morocco, North Africa, displays Mississippian to Early Pennsylvanian marine beds, followed by Pennsylvanian continental deposits. TheExpand
Development of a late Visean (Mississippian) mixed carbonate/siliciclastic platform in the Guadalmellato Valley (southwestern Spain)
Abstract The Penas Rubias Syncline (southwestern Spain) exposes a well-preserved shallow-water platform succession containing a spectrum of facies corresponding to inner platform intertidal toExpand
Development of coral reef-facies during the Viséan at Los Santos de Maimona, SW Spain
  • S. Rodríguez
  • Geology
  • Geological Society, London, Special Publications
  • 1996
Abstract The Siphonodendron Limestone at Los Santos de Maimona Basin is regarded as a reef structure built mainly by rugose corals. This unit is composed of biogenic marls and biostromal limestonesExpand
Mississippian-like rugose corals from a Bashkirian biostrome in the Tindouf Basin, S. Morocco
A rich rugose coral assemblage has been recorded from a biostrome at the top of the Djebel Ouarkziz Fm. in the Tindouf Basin, S. Morocco. It is composed of 10 genera and 14 species, of which 5 areExpand
Description of Espielia columellata gen. and sp. nov. (Rugosa) from the Sierra del Castillo Unit (upper Viséan, Córdoba, SW Spain)
Abstract The Brigantian rugose coral Espielia columellata gen. and sp. nov. from the Visean (Carboniferous) Sierra del Castillo Unit (Cordoba, SW Spain) is described in detail. This phaceloid coralExpand
Late Viséan–Serpukhovian foraminiferans and calcareous algae from the Adarouch region (central Morocco), North Africa
Three Upper Visean to Serpukhovian limestone formations from the Adarouch region (central Morocco), North Africa, have been dated precisely using foraminiferans and calcareous algae. The lower andExpand
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