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Ordovician Conulariids from the Bosphorus Area, Turkey

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Four species of Exoconularia, including E. istanbulensis, sp. nov., and one Archaeoconularia, are recorded from beds hitherto regarded as Silurian, but which are now shown to be of Middle Ordovician age. A revised stratigraphical succession is proposed.

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Geological Magazine
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