Calpionellid biostratigraphy of the Upper Tithonian–Upper Valanginian interval in Western Sicily (Italy)

@article{Andreini2007CalpionellidBO,
  title={Calpionellid biostratigraphy of the Upper Tithonian–Upper Valanginian interval in Western Sicily (Italy)},
  author={Gloria Andreini and Jes{\'u}s E. Caracuel and Guido U Parisi},
  journal={Swiss Journal of Geosciences},
  year={2007},
  volume={100},
  pages={179-198}
}
A revision of the calpionellid bio-chronostratigraphy in Western Sicily (Italy) was carried out, in order to update the taxonomy of this group, through the identification of some genera (Borziella, Longicollaria, Chitinoidella, Dobeniella, Sturiella, Borzaiella and Praecalpionellites) and species (Remaniella catalanoi Pop, Remaniella duranddelgai Pop, Remaniella colomi Pop, Remaniella borzai Pop, Remaniella filipescui Pop) recorded for the first time in the area. The studied sections, belonging… CONTINUE READING

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