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Late Wuchiapingian (Late Dzhulfian, early Late Permian) limestone olistolites within the Tertiary flysch of Glypia Unit (Mount Parnon, central–eastern Peloponnesus, Greece)

Published inComptes rendus. Géoscience, vol. 334, no. 12, p. 925-931
Publication date2002
Abstract

Some olistolites reworked in a Tertiary flysch of Mount Parnon (Peloponnesus, Greece) exhibit a Late Permian assemblage, dominated by Paradunbarula (Shindella) shindensis, Hemigordiopsis cf. luquensis and Colaniella aff. minima. This association corresponds to the Late Wuchiapingian (=Late Dzhulfian), a substage whose algae and foraminifera are generally little known. Contemporaneous limestones crop out in the middle part of the Episkopi Formation in Hydra, but they are rather commonly reworked in Mesozoic and Cainozoic sequences. The palaeobiogeographical affinities shared by the foraminiferal markers of Greece, southeastern Pamir, and southern China, are very strong (up to the specific level), and are congruent with the Pangea B reconstructions.

Keywords
  • Permian
  • Wuchiapingian
  • Dzhulfian
  • biostratigraphy
  • foraminifera
  • algae
  • palaeogeography
  • GreeceAuthor Keywords: Permien
  • Wuchiapingien
  • biostratigraphie
  • foraminifères
  • paléogéographie
  • Grèce
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SKOURTSOS, Emmanuel et al. Late Wuchiapingian (Late Dzhulfian, early Late Permian) limestone olistolites within the Tertiary flysch of Glypia Unit (Mount Parnon, central–eastern Peloponnesus, Greece). In: Comptes rendus. Géoscience, 2002, vol. 334, n° 12, p. 925–931. doi: 10.1016/S1631-0713(02)01830-8
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