CARACTERIZAÇÃO E SIGNIFICADO PALEOAMBIENTAL DA FAUNA DE OSTRACODES DA FORMAÇÃO CODÓ (NEOAPTIANO), LESTE DA BACIA DE GRAJAÚ, MA, BRASIL

@article{Ramos2006CARACTERIZAOES,
  title={CARACTERIZAÇ{\~A}O E SIGNIFICADO PALEOAMBIENTAL DA FAUNA DE OSTRACODES DA FORMAÇ{\~A}O COD{\'O} (NEOAPTIANO), LESTE DA BACIA DE GRAJA{\'U}, MA, BRASIL},
  author={Maria In{\^e}s Almeida Ramos and F{\'a}tima Rossetti and Jackson Douglas da Silva Paz},
  journal={Revista Brasileira De Paleontologia},
  year={2006},
  volume={9},
  pages={339-348}
}
IDENTIFICATION AND PALEOENVIRONMENTAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE OSTRACOD FAUNA FROM CODO FORMATION (NEOAPTIAN), EAST OF THE GRAJAU BASIN, MA, BRAZIL. The study of ostracods from sedimentary successions exposed in the east portion of the Grajau Basin, Maranhao State, related to Codo Formation, revealed a Neoaptian lacustrine fauna characterized exclusively by Harbinia and Candona represented by the species Candona sp., Harbinia micropapillosa (Bate), Harbinia angulata (Krommelbein & Weber), Harbinia… 
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