Stratigraphy and age of the ammonoid Durvilleoceras woodmani from the Greville Subgroup, New Zealand

Waterhouse J.B. (1987) Stratigraphy and age of the ammonoid Durvilleoceras woodmani from the Greville Subgroup, New Zealand. Geological Magazine, 124 6: 527-542. doi:10.1017/S0016756800017362


Author Waterhouse J.B.
Title Stratigraphy and age of the ammonoid Durvilleoceras woodmani from the Greville Subgroup, New Zealand
Journal name Geological Magazine   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1469-5081
Publication date 1987
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1017/S0016756800017362
Volume 124
Issue 6
Start page 527
End page 542
Total pages 16
Subject 1907 Geology
1901 Art Theory and Criticism
Abstract Durvilleoceras woodmani of debated Late Permian or Early Triassic age is accompanied by other ammonoids, deemed to belong to Araxoceratidae, Xenodiscidae, and Goniatitida, of chiefly Late Permian age. The ammonoids are found principally in the Deserter Bay and especially Tongue Point Members (new names) of the newly named South Arm and Wells Arm formations of the Greville Subgroup, which are overlain, apparently in normal stratigraphic succession, by the Waiua Formation and newly named formations of the Te Mokai Group, with three successive faunas of Permian appearance.
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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