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Conodonts from the St. Louis formation (Valmeyeran series) of Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri

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Published by State of Illinois Dept. of Registration and Education, Illinois State Geological Survey in Urbana .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Middle West.

Subjects:

  • Conodonts.,
  • Paleontology -- Mississippian.,
  • Paleontology -- Middle West.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 27-28.

Statement[by] Carl B. Rexroad [and] Charles Collinson.
ContributionsCollinson, Charles William, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE105 .A45 no. 355
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL222104M
LC Control Numbera 63007796
OCLC/WorldCa2229417

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Conodonts from the St. Louis formation (Valmeyeran series) of Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri: Author(s): Rexroad, Carl Buckner; Collinson, Charles William: Subject(s): Conodonts. Paleontology Paleontology: . Rexroad C. B. and Collinson C. CONODONTS FROM THE ST. LOUIS FORMATION (VALMEYERAN SERIES) OF ILLINOIS INDIANA AND MISSOURI ILGS Circ. # wps, vg, 28 pp., 2 plts, 5 fig. Price: $ (stock#ILGSC). Conodonts from the St. Louis formation (Valmeyeran series) of Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri By Carl Buckner Rexroad and Charles William Collinson Get PDF (1 MB). Enter the password to open this PDF file: Cancel OK. File name: .

Ten multielement species of conodonts representing the Kockelella variabilis Zone are described from samples from 10 locations in the Louisville Limestone and in the lower part of the Wabash Formation in the type area of the former. The conodonts have moderately long stratigraphic ranges, but their association is compatible with a late Wenlockian-early Ludlovian age assignment for the two. The upper portion, the Salem Formation and lower part of the St. Louis Formation, is conspicuous in the nearly total absence of G. texanus and by common but less plentiful T. varians (see Rexroad and Collinson, , p. 4). Conodonts from the Genesee Formation in western New York (Stratigraphy and conodonts of the Genesee formation) [Huddle, John Warfield] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Conodonts from the Genesee Formation in western New York (Stratigraphy and conodonts of the Genesee formation)Author: John Warfield Huddle. Appears in 5 books from Page 34 - I have considered the base of this formation as defined by the top of the Osage coal horizon." This paper dealt with the section near Topeka, Kans., where, at that time, the Osage coal was supposed to be represented by a .

Conodont faunas indicate that the age of the Oxford is Lower Arenig and the disconformity at the base of the formation marks the base of the Arenig series in the Ottawa – St. Lawrence Lowlands. View. Information from the following unpublished manuscripts, which will be submitted to journals in , is incorporated in the charts: 1. "Conodonts of the St. Louis Formation (Valmeyeran) of the Illinois Basin" by Rexroad & Collinson. 2. "Conodonts of the Valmeyeran Series in the Illinois Basin" by Rexroad & . Conodonts from the Louisville limestone and the Wabash formation (Silurian) in Clark County, Indiana, and Jefferson County, Kentucky / by Carl B. Rexroad, Anne V. Noland, and Charles A. Pollock. Format Book Published Bloomington: State of Indiana, Dept. of . The Middle Member of the Los Azules Formation contains conodonts of the P. serra Biozone and graptolites classified as belonging to the Hustedograptus teretiusculus Biozone (Tie 96).