Late Tortonian Bryozoans from Mut Basin, Central Anatolian Plateau, Southern Turkey

  title={Late Tortonian Bryozoans from Mut Basin, Central Anatolian Plateau, Southern Turkey},
  author={Kamil Z{\'a}gor{\vs}ek and Dennis P. Gordon},
Sixteen bryozoan species have been identified in the Bayayla section, Mut Basin, southern Turkey. Five of these species are described here, including two new to science representing new genera: Basyaylella elsae gen. et sp. nov. and Ostruvskia trifuramina gen. et sp. nov. The other three described species (Exidmunea sp., Biflustra savartii, and Margaretta sp.) show unusual features that have not been reported previously. Based on bryozoan data, the Bayayla sequence represents a tropical to… 


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