|ADJ || Ordovician | - | - |
|NOUN || the Ordovician | - |
|SYNO ||Ordovician | Ordovician period|
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Their upper boundaries are equivalent, found at the base of the Whiterock stage and the base of the Middle Ordovician.
- Praenuculidae first emerged in the early Ordovician and diversified from around 6 genera in the early Orodvician to a maximum of thirteen genera by the Late Ordovician.
- The Ellesmerocerida mostly died out by the end of the early Ordovician (Arenigian), although some stragglers survived until the end of the Ordovician.
- The rock of the Schwarzburg Anticline is metamorphic, with a core of ordovician rock, largely quartzite.
- The Cambrian–Ordovician event ended the Cambrian Period, and led into the Ordovician Period in the Paleozoic Era.
- The Early Ordovician in general was a time of transgression. The climate was slowly cooling throughout the Ordovician.
- True Rostroconchs appeared during the Ordovician, heavily competing with the bivalves until their decline in the end-early Ordovician turnover.
- Endocerids were among some half a dozen cephalopod orders that appeared in the Lower Ordovician.
- The formations in Bungonia are part of the Lachlan Fold Belt which is made up of metamorphosed ordovician and devonian sandstones, shales and volcanic rocks.
- The Grès armoricain is a geologic formation in France. It preserves fossils dating back to the ordovician period.
- It preserves fossils dating back to the Early Ordovician stage of the Ordovician period.
- Tennessee was covered by shallow seas during the Ordovician.
- One way to sort through the difficulty is by the following example: One could easily go to Cincinnati, Ohio and visit a rock outcrop in the Upper Ordovician "Series" of the Ordovician "System."
- One way to sort through the difficulty is by the following example: You can easily go to Cincinnati, Ohio and visit a rock outcrop in the Upper Ordovician "Series" of the Ordovician "System."
- Rozhnov, S.V. 2009. Eocrinoids and paracrinoids of the Baltic Ordovician basin: a biogeographical report. IGCP Meeting, Ordovician palaeogeography and palaeoclimate, Copenhagen, p. 16.
- "Didymograptus" is an extinct genus of graptolites with four rows of cups. They lived during the Middle Ordovician, to Late Ordovician.
- "Nybyoceras" ranges from the Middle Ordovician (Chazyan equivalent) in northeast China to the early Upper Ordovician Cobourg-Eden-Red Stage tn North America, (Flower 1976) and according to Flower (1968, 1976) left no descendant genera.
- Actinocerids first appeared early in the Middle Ordovician, with the exception of the Georginidae, which are known from the Cassinian in Northern Australia.
- The acritarch record (the majority of acritarchs were probably marine algae) displays the Ordovician radiation beautifully; both diversity and disparity peaked in the middle Ordovician.
- 86. 1986 B.J. Bluck & B.E. Leake. late Ordovician to Early Silurian amalgamation of the Dalradian and adjacent Ordovician rocks in the British Isles. Geology 14, 917 -9.
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