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Campanian

Cretaceous

  • Upper Cretaceous
    • Campanian

Pyktes sp.; upper Campanian/lower Maastrichian, Cretaceous; Mikoboka, Sakaraha District, Atsimo-Andrefana Region, South-West Madagascar; 38mm; Coll. Philippe Simonet

Pugnellus bilobatus Dartevelle & Brébion, 1956; Syntype; Campanian, Cretaceous; Logbatjeck, Cameroon; Coll. MNHN no. R.61097; Copyright Museum national d'Histoire naturelle Paris

Lithologic Units of the Campanian in NW-Münsterland:

  • Baumberge Formation (73,0-75,0)
  • Coesfeld Formation (75,0-80,0)
  • Holtwick Formation (80,0-81,7)
    • Darfeld-Member
    • Asbeck-Member
    • Legden-Member
  • Dülmen Formation (81,7-83,5)
  • Haltern Formation

Aporrhaidae from the Campanian:


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