ⓘ Pardonet Formation ..

                                     

ⓘ Pardonet Formation

  • throughout the plains of the Peace River Country. The Pardonet Formation has its type locality at Pardonet Hill, on the south shore of the Williston Lake at
  • Hope. The Baldonnel Formation is the middle member of the Schooler Creek Group. It is conformably overlain by the Pardonet Formation limestone and siltstone
  • other fragmentary remains. It was found from four localities of the Pardonet Formation near the community of Sikanni Chief. It was first named by Elizabeth
  • ozarkodinid conodonts of the Late Triassic late Carnian in the Pardonet Formation of Canada. Five new genera of conodonts from the Carnian - Norian boundary
  • a genus of gondolellid conodonts. Fossils have been found in the Pardonet Formation in the Schooler Creek Group in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin
  • Shonisaurus sikanniensis Nicholls Manabe, 2004 from the Upper Triassic Pardonet Formation in a remote area of the Sikanni Chief River in British Columbia. Nicholls
  • possible species of Shastasaurus, S. sikanniensis, is known from the Pardonet Formation British Columbia, dating to the middle Norian age about 210 million
  • Shastasaurus. Specimens belonging to S. sikanniensis have been found in the Pardonet Formation British Columbia, dating to the middle Norian age about 210 million
  • correlative with the Charlie Lake, Ludington, Baldonnel and lower Pardonet Formations and, in the subsurface of northeastern British Columbia, the Schooler
  • the skull. It was collected in the Jewitt Spur locality from the Pardonet Formation dating to the middle Norian stage of the Late Triassic, about 210
  • postcranial elements. It was collected in the Jewitt Spur locality from the Pardonet Formation dating to the middle Norian stage of the Late Triassic, about 210
  • 2014 A description of abelisaurid teeth from the Late Jurassic Lourinhã Formation of Portugal and a phylogenetic analysis of theropod relationships based
  • Manabe, M. 2001 A new genus of ichthyosaur from the Late Triassic Pardonet Formation of British Columbia: bridging the Triassic - Jurassic gap Canadian
                                     
  • Beaverfoot Formation Silurian, Ordovician Belcourt Formation Permian Billhook Formation Jurassic Bocock Group Pardonet Formation Triassic Bonanza Formation Jurassic
  • discover Late Triassic ichthyosaur remains in the sediments of the Pardonet Formation Judy Massare proposed an explanation for the high percentage of pregnant
  • to be a Shonisaurus sikanniensis whose remains were found in the Pardonet Formation of British Columbia by Elizabeth Nicholls, has been estimated to be
  • ichthyosaurs of the Triassic - a new species of Shonisaurus from the Pardonet Formation Norian: Late Triassic of British Columbia Journal of Vertebrate
  • Bambusoideae Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Bambuseae: Guaduinae from the Ituzaingo Formation Pliocene Pleistocene Entre Rios, Argentina Review of Palaeobotany
  • Kuanchuanpu Formation China is published by Han et al. 2018 Revision of stony corals from the Lower Cretaceous Berriasian Oehrli Formation Austria
  • H. You. 2000. A primitive ornithopod from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Liaoning. Vertebrata PalAsiatica 38 4 pp. 318 - 325. Xu X. Zhou Z

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