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An Early Permian brachiopod fauna of Gondwanan affinity from the Baoshan block, western Yunnan, China

Journal Article


Abstract


  • The present paper describes and illustrates an Early Permian brachiopod fauna collected from two localities from the upper part of the type Dingjiazhai Formation near Youwang, 30 km south of Baoshan in the Baoshan block, western Yunnan, China. The brachiopod fauna is dominated by Stenoscisma sp. and Elivina yunnanensis sp. nov. and exhibits strong generic and some specific links with faunas from the Bisnain assemblage of Timor and the Callytharra Formation of Western Australia and, to a lesser extent, faunas from the Jilong Formation of southern Tibet, the Tashkazyk Formation of southeastern Pamir, the lower Toinlungkongba Formation of northwestern Tibet, the upper Pondo Group of central Tibet, and the Jimba Jimba Calcarenite of the Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Based on these correlations, a Late Sakmarian (Sterlitamakian) age is preferred for the Dingjiazhai brachiopod fauna. Two new species are proposed: Globiella youwangensis sp. nov. and Elivina yunnanensis sp. nov. © 1996 Association of Australasian Palaeontologists.

Publication Date


  • 1996

Citation


  • Shi, G. R., Zongjie, F., & Archbold, N. W. (1996). An Early Permian brachiopod fauna of Gondwanan affinity from the Baoshan block, western Yunnan, China. Alcheringa, 20(2), 81-101. doi:10.1080/03115519608619192

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-0030461335

Start Page


  • 81

End Page


  • 101

Volume


  • 20

Issue


  • 2

Abstract


  • The present paper describes and illustrates an Early Permian brachiopod fauna collected from two localities from the upper part of the type Dingjiazhai Formation near Youwang, 30 km south of Baoshan in the Baoshan block, western Yunnan, China. The brachiopod fauna is dominated by Stenoscisma sp. and Elivina yunnanensis sp. nov. and exhibits strong generic and some specific links with faunas from the Bisnain assemblage of Timor and the Callytharra Formation of Western Australia and, to a lesser extent, faunas from the Jilong Formation of southern Tibet, the Tashkazyk Formation of southeastern Pamir, the lower Toinlungkongba Formation of northwestern Tibet, the upper Pondo Group of central Tibet, and the Jimba Jimba Calcarenite of the Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. Based on these correlations, a Late Sakmarian (Sterlitamakian) age is preferred for the Dingjiazhai brachiopod fauna. Two new species are proposed: Globiella youwangensis sp. nov. and Elivina yunnanensis sp. nov. © 1996 Association of Australasian Palaeontologists.

Publication Date


  • 1996

Citation


  • Shi, G. R., Zongjie, F., & Archbold, N. W. (1996). An Early Permian brachiopod fauna of Gondwanan affinity from the Baoshan block, western Yunnan, China. Alcheringa, 20(2), 81-101. doi:10.1080/03115519608619192

Scopus Eid


  • 2-s2.0-0030461335

Start Page


  • 81

End Page


  • 101

Volume


  • 20

Issue


  • 2