• Corpus ID: 132638533

Field guide to geological sights in the Grahamstown area

@inproceedings{Bttner2015FieldGT,
  title={Field guide to geological sights in the Grahamstown area},
  author={Steffen H B{\"u}ttner and Stephen A. Prevec and Robert W. Gess},
  year={2015}
}

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A marine/estuarine fossil lamprey from the Famennian (Late Devonian) of South Africa is reported, the identity of which is established easily because many of the key specializations of modern forms are already in place, evidence that agnathans close to modern lampreys had evolved before the end of the Devonian period.

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Exposures in the lower Witteberg Group in the vicinity of Grahamstown record the change-over from a lobate deltaic shoreline to a linear barrier-island shoreline. The basal part of the sequence, the

High-latitude Chondrichthyans from the Late Devonian (Famennian) Witpoort formation of South Africa

Abstract New material from the Late Devonian Witpoort Formation (Witteberg Group, Cape Supergroup) of Waterloo Farm (Grahamstown, South Africa) includes teeth, spines, and rare endoskeletal remains

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The new genus and species, Gondwanascorpio emzantsiensis, are described on the basis of fragments from the Famennian (Late Devonian) Waterloo Farm locality near Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa, providing the first evidence of Palaeozoic scorpions from Gondwana.

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