Early Tremadocian graptolites from the Arivechi area, Sonora, northern Mexico

Dulce Raquel Reyes-Montoya, Francisco Javier Cuen-Romero, Pilar Navas-Parejo, Nohemí Gámez-Meza, Juan José Palafox-Reyes, Juan Carlos Gutiérrez*

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Abstract

Graptolites from the early Tremadocian Anisograptus matanensis Biozone are identified from east-central Sonora, northwestern Mexico, within a carbonate-shelf succession deposited on the southwestern continental shelf margin of Laurentia. This is the second occurrence of typical anisograptid graptolites in Mexico, after its original record in the Oaxaca area, which belongs to a Gondwana-related paleogeographical realm. The graptolites from Sonora represent the second global occurrence of any member of the Rhabdinopora flabelliformis group in the Ordovician equatorial shelf region.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)90-93
Number of pages4
JournalEstonian Journal of Earth Sciences
Volume72
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - 2023

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Keywords

  • Laurentia
  • Mexico
  • Ordovician
  • Tremadocian
  • graptolite biostratigraphy
  • paleoequatorial shelf

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