Large multi-biotic cyanoliths from relatively deep-water facies in the early Serpukhovian of SW Spain

@article{Czar2003LargeMC,
  title={Large multi-biotic cyanoliths from relatively deep-water facies in the early Serpukhovian of SW Spain},
  author={Pedro Sierra de C{\'o}zar and Sergio Rodr{\'i}guez and Ian D. Somerville},
  journal={Facies},
  year={2003},
  volume={49},
  pages={31-48}
}
SummaryLarge cyanoliths reaching up to 12 cm in size and mainly prolate, discoidal and spheroidal in shape occur in early Serpukhovian rocks from the San Antonio-La Juliana Unit (Guadiato Area, SW Spain). The main component in the cyanoliths is Girvanella, but other important components are the problematic-algae Sparaphralysia, Calcifolium and crustose Fasciella. A diverse assemblage of invertebrates, algae and aoujgaliids also occur in the cyanoliths. The internal structure of cyanoliths shows… CONTINUE READING