Pironaea buseri n. sp. from olistostromal breccia of Paleocene flysch by Anhovo

@article{Pejovic1996PironaeaBN,
  title={Pironaea buseri n. sp. from olistostromal breccia of Paleocene flysch by Anhovo},
  author={D. Pejovic},
  journal={Geologija},
  year={1996},
  volume={39},
  pages={91-95}
}
A new species, Pironaea buseri, found in chaotic breccia in Paleocene flysch beds in the wider region of the Soca valley, is ascribed to the genus Pironaea Meneghini. The large L-S distance and equal L-S and E-S spacings distinguish the new species from any known pironaea species. The species was found with Vaccinites giordani (Pirona) and Hippuritella cornucopiae (Defranee). 
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