Eggshell sites from the Cretaceous–Tertiary transition in south-central Pyrenees (Spain)

@inproceedings{Martnez2000EggshellSF,
  title={Eggshell sites from the Cretaceous–Tertiary transition in south-central Pyrenees (Spain)},
  author={Nieves L{\'o}pez Mart{\'i}nez},
  year={2000}
}
Near one hundred fossil sites containing dinosaur and avian eggs and eggshells have been recorded from coastal and non-marine deposits of late Cretaceous to late Paleocene age in South-central Pyrenees. Five eggsite types have been distinguished, three of them with autochthonous and two with allochthonous assemblages. The egg-bearing sediments consist in marine sandstones from the Aren Formation, and coastal and non-marine red beds from the Tremp Formation. Inferred nesting paleoenvironments… CONTINUE READING

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