REWORKING OF FUSULINIDS AND CALCIPHAERIDS IN THE LERCARA FORMATION (SICILY, ITALY); GEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

Benedetto Abate, Louisette Zaninetti, Rossana Martini, Lucia Carcione, Daniel Vachard, Giovanna Lo Cicero

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Abstract

Different fusulinids have been identified in the Lercara Formation (Sicily). They are: Reichelina sp., Schubertella paramelonica, Toriyamaia (?) sp., Neofusulinella lantenoisi, Yangchienia compressa, Rauserella staffi, Darvasites contractus, Chalaroschwagerina (Taiyuanella?) aff. davalensis, Levenella aff. evoluta, Pamirina darvasica, and Neoschwagerina ex gr. craticulifera. Small Permian foraminifers, as well as the calcispherid Asterosphaera pulchra also exist. The microfossils indicate reworking of different Permian stages, at different periods of time, and possibly also of the Mississippian (Early Carboniferous). All these resediments have been deposited within the Lercara Formation, a series definitely belonging to the Triassic period. Therefore, due to this reworking, Sicily appears as a controversial area for establishing biostratigraphic and palaeobiogeographic correlations in the Permian period.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)361-368
Numero di pagine8
RivistaCOMPTES RENDUS PALEVOL
Volume3
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2004

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Abate, B., Zaninetti, L., Martini, R., Carcione, L., Vachard, D., & Lo Cicero, G. (2004). REWORKING OF FUSULINIDS AND CALCIPHAERIDS IN THE LERCARA FORMATION (SICILY, ITALY); GEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS. COMPTES RENDUS PALEVOL, 3, 361-368.

REWORKING OF FUSULINIDS AND CALCIPHAERIDS IN THE LERCARA FORMATION (SICILY, ITALY); GEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS. / Abate, Benedetto; Zaninetti, Louisette; Martini, Rossana; Carcione, Lucia; Vachard, Daniel; Lo Cicero, Giovanna.

In: COMPTES RENDUS PALEVOL, Vol. 3, 2004, pag. 361-368.

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Abate, B, Zaninetti, L, Martini, R, Carcione, L, Vachard, D & Lo Cicero, G 2004, 'REWORKING OF FUSULINIDS AND CALCIPHAERIDS IN THE LERCARA FORMATION (SICILY, ITALY); GEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS', COMPTES RENDUS PALEVOL, vol. 3, pagg. 361-368.
Abate, Benedetto ; Zaninetti, Louisette ; Martini, Rossana ; Carcione, Lucia ; Vachard, Daniel ; Lo Cicero, Giovanna. / REWORKING OF FUSULINIDS AND CALCIPHAERIDS IN THE LERCARA FORMATION (SICILY, ITALY); GEOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS. In: COMPTES RENDUS PALEVOL. 2004 ; Vol. 3. pagg. 361-368.
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