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" Turbinarias (2); Tabulata (1). The paper concluded with remarks on the genera and species represented, from which it appeared that the Coral fauna of Haldon is the northern expression of that of the French and Central European deposits, which are the... "
Geological Magazine - Page 46
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The Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London

Geological Society of London - Geology - 1879
...colour of tho fossil is rusty red. Itemarks on tlie Favnn as a The coral fauna of Haldon appears to be the northern expression of that of the French and...are the equivalents of the British Upper Greensand. It has but slight affinity with that of the Cambridge Greensand area, where tho conditions do not appear...
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THE GEOLOGICAL MADAZINE

HENRY WOODWARD - 1879
...thus distributed : —Aporosa: Oculinidas (1), Astraeidas (3), Fungidae (5); Perforata: Turbinarias (2); Tabulata (1). The paper concluded with remarks...debris of the age. 2. " Notes on Pleurodon affinis, sp. iued., Agassiz, and description of three spines of Cestracionts from the Lower Coal-measures." By JW...
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Geological Magazine

Henry Woodward - Geology - 1879
...thus distributed : — Aporosa : Oculinidfe (1), Astrajtdas (3), FungidaB (o) ; Perforata: Turbinariae (2); Tabulata (1). The paper concluded with remarks...and the corals grew upon the rolled debris of the ago. 2. " Notes on Pleurodon affinis, sp. ined., Agassiz, and description of three spines of Cestracionts...
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Report and Transactions, Volume 15

Devonshire Association for the Advancement of Science, Literature and Art - Devon (England) - 1883
...above description of the beds. Professor Duncan remarks that the " coral fauna of Haldou appears to be the northern expression of that of the French and...of the British Upper Greensand. The Haldon deposit, so far as the corals are concerned, was a shallow-water one, and the zoophytes • Quar. Jour. Geol....
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History

Botany - 1879
...distributed : — Aporosa : Oculinidse (1), Astraeidae (3), Fungidse (5) ; Perforata, Tnrbinariffi (2) : Tabulata (1). The paper concluded with remarks...grew upon the rolled debris of the age. 2. " Notes on PJeurodon affinig, sp. ined., Agassiz, and Description of three Spines of Cestracionts from the Lower...
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