Middle Permian cephalopods from central Peninsular Malaysia: implications for faunal migration through the southern Tethys

@inproceedings{Sone2001MiddlePC,
  title={Middle Permian cephalopods from central Peninsular Malaysia: implications for faunal migration through the southern Tethys},
  author={Masatoshi Sone and Mohd. Shafeea Leman and Masayuki Ehiro},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract A Wordian (Middle Permian) cephalopod fauna consisting of four ammonoid species, Tauroceras aff. scrobiculatum (Gemmellaro), Agathiceras sp., Bamyaniceras orientale n. sp. and Pronoritidae gen. and sp. indet., and two nautiloid species, Tainoceras sp. and Orthocerida fam. indet., were recovered from the Bera South area, southern Pahang, Peninsular Malaysia. The outcrop represents the southernmost extent of the Bera Formation. Bamyaniceras and Tainoceras are recorded in Malaysia for the… CONTINUE READING

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