An occurrence of the uppermost Turonian ammonite zonal index, Prionocyclus germari (REUSS, 1845) at Brzeêno, south-western margin of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland

Andrzej Kaczorowski

Abstract


The uppermost Turonian ammonite zonal index, Prionocyclus germari (REUSS, 1845), is reported for the first time from the territory of Poland. The species was found near the locality Brzeêno, in the south-western margin of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland, little below the Turonian/Coniacian boundary. Its presence show the general applicability of the P. germari Zone in the extra-Carpathian Poland


Keywords


Prionocyclus germari (REUSS, 1845), Upper Turonian, P. germari Zone, Central Poland

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