Late Albian cactus in shallow carbonate shelf, West Texas

@inproceedings{Scott2016LateAC,
  title={Late Albian cactus in shallow carbonate shelf, West Texas},
  author={Robert W. J. Scott and Zexuan Wang and Xin Lai and Yulun Wang},
  year={2016}
}
Well-preserved vertical molds of a stalk-like fossil are in growth position in the upper part of the Upper Albian Fort Lancaster Formation exposed in West Texas. The Fort Lancaster Formation is the uppermost Albian carbonate unit deposited on the shallow water Barremian-early Cenomanian Comanche shelf. The Fort Lancaster represents one long-term transgressive-regressive cycle capped by a regional unconformity overlain by lower Cenomanian deeper water Del Rio Shale. The erect stalk-like molds… CONTINUE READING

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