This locality has been stratigraphically studied mostly in the last decade (Barca et al., 1994, 1995; Serpagli et al., 1998). Together with the nearby Genna Ciuerciu Section, theSilius Section is a reference section for the Sardinian Ockerkalk, and, being the mostcomplete, it is candidate as stratotype of the unit as soon as it will be formally presented.This section is the type locality of two conodont taxa: Kockelella variabilis ichnusae Serpagli & Corradini and Pseudooneotodus bicornis contiguus Corradini. Furthermore it is one of the key-sections for the Silurian Conodont Zonation proposed by Corradini & Serpagli (1998, 1999).

The reference section of the Sardinian Ockerkalk: the Silius Section / Corradini, C.; Ferretti, Annalisa; Corriga, M. G.; Serpagli, Enrico. - STAMPA. - 3 (2):(2009), pp. 209-216.

The reference section of the Sardinian Ockerkalk: the Silius Section

FERRETTI, Annalisa;SERPAGLI, Enrico
2009

Abstract

This locality has been stratigraphically studied mostly in the last decade (Barca et al., 1994, 1995; Serpagli et al., 1998). Together with the nearby Genna Ciuerciu Section, theSilius Section is a reference section for the Sardinian Ockerkalk, and, being the mostcomplete, it is candidate as stratotype of the unit as soon as it will be formally presented.This section is the type locality of two conodont taxa: Kockelella variabilis ichnusae Serpagli & Corradini and Pseudooneotodus bicornis contiguus Corradini. Furthermore it is one of the key-sections for the Silurian Conodont Zonation proposed by Corradini & Serpagli (1998, 1999).
Time and Life in the SIlurian: a multidisciplinary approach. Subcommission on SIlurian Startigraphy Field Meeting 2009-Field Trip Guide Book
Corradini, Carlo; Ferretti, Annalisa; Storch, Petr
Società Paleontologica Italiana
ITALIA
The reference section of the Sardinian Ockerkalk: the Silius Section / Corradini, C.; Ferretti, Annalisa; Corriga, M. G.; Serpagli, Enrico. - STAMPA. - 3 (2):(2009), pp. 209-216.
Corradini, C.; Ferretti, Annalisa; Corriga, M. G.; Serpagli, Enrico
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