Middle Cambrian (Upper Series 3) protoconodonts and paraconodonts from the Machari Formation at Eodungol Section, Yeongwol, Korea

@article{Lee2013MiddleC,
  title={Middle Cambrian (Upper Series 3) protoconodonts and paraconodonts from the Machari Formation at Eodungol Section, Yeongwol, Korea},
  author={Byung-Su Lee},
  journal={Journal of Earth Science},
  year={2013},
  volume={24},
  pages={157-169}
}
  • Byung-Su Lee
  • Published 14 April 2013
  • Environmental Science, Geography
  • Journal of Earth Science
The Machari Formation ranges from the “upper Series 3” (Middle Cambrian) to Furongian (Upper Cambrian) in the Yeongwol area, Korea. It has been known to yield relatively diverse invertebrate fossils. Particularly, the trilobite biozones of the formation have been well defined. On the other hand, little has hitherto been studied on conodont microfossils for the formation. This paper reports a diverse and well-preserved protoconodonts and paraconodonts of Series 3 from the formation in the… 
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