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Smithian (Early Triassic) Ammonoids from the Salt Range (Pakistan) and Middle and Late Smithian (Early Triassic) Ammonoids from Spiti (India)

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By: Thomas Brüwiler(Author), Hugo Bucher(Author), David Ware(Author), Elke Herman(Author), Peter A Hochuli(Author), Ghazala Roohi(Author), Khalil Rehman(Author), Aamir Yaseen(Author), Leopold Krystin(Author)
176 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
Smithian (Early Triassic) Ammonoids from the Salt Range (Pakistan) and Middle and Late Smithian (Early Triassic) Ammonoids from Spiti (India)
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This volume comprises 2 substantial papers that describe the Early Triassic (Smithian) ammonoids from the Salt Range (Pakistan) and the Spiti region of India. Ammonoids are abundant and well-preserved at many localities in these regions, and their highly resolved evolutionary succession is the key to stratigraphic correlation between the 2 areas, and with other Tethyan sequences such as those in southern Tibet and south China. Many new key genera and species are described.

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By: Thomas Brüwiler(Author), Hugo Bucher(Author), David Ware(Author), Elke Herman(Author), Peter A Hochuli(Author), Ghazala Roohi(Author), Khalil Rehman(Author), Aamir Yaseen(Author), Leopold Krystin(Author)
176 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
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