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Tertiary

  • Paleocene

Map of the Cretaceous - Tertiary boundary (65 ma, Maastrichtian/Danian)

Copyright by Ron Blakey

Aporrhaidae from the Paleocene are:

Anchura (Kangilioptera) ravni Rosenkrantz 1970; Holotype; Danian, Paleocene; Kangilia, Greenland; Coll. MMH no. 10797; Geological Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark; Photo Sten Lennart Jacobsen

Rimellidae from the Paleocene are:

Rostellariidae from the Paleocene are:

Seraphidae from the Paleocene are:

Spinilomatidae from the Paleocene are:

Struthiolariidae from the Paleocene are:

Xenophoridae from the Paleocene are:


References:

  • Amano and Jenkins (2014)
  • Giraldo-Gomez, V.M., Beik, I., Podlaha, O.G. & Mutterlose, J. (2017). A paleoenvironmental analyses of benthic foraminifera from Upper Cretaceous e lower Paleocene oil shales of Jordan. Cretaceous Research 91 (2018) 1-13
  • Klosterman, S.L., Sandy, M.R., Vega, F.J., Giles, K.A., Graf, K., Shelley, D. & Solé, J. (2007). New Paleocene Rhynchonellide Brachiopods from the Potrerillos Formation, northeast Mexico. Journal of Paleontology, 81(3), 2007, pp. 483–489.
  • Machaniek, E., Kowalczewska, O., Jugowiec, M., Gasiński, M.A. & Uchman, A. (2020). Foraminiferal and calcareous nannoplankton bioevents and changes at the Late Cretaceous-earliest Paleogene transition in the northern mar gin of Tethys (Hyżne section, Polish Carpathians)
  • Reyment R.A. (1966). A note on Paleocene nautiloids from Nigeria. Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources, V. 10. P.47-55
  • Sari B. (2012). Late Maastrichtian-Late Palaeocene planktic foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the matrix of the Bornova Flysch Zone around Bornova (İzmir, Western Anatolia, Turkey). Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences

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