Yayla section (Cretaceous of Turkey)

Where: Turkey (41.1° N, 28.9° E: paleocoordinates 24.4° N, 26.5° E)

• coordinate estimated from map

• outcrop-level geographic resolution

When: Davutlar Formation, Campanian (83.6 - 72.1 Ma)

Environment/lithology: marine; lithified, yellow, sandy limestone and lithified, gray, yellow marl

• The lower part of the succession is made

•up of thick-bedded, yellow sandy limestone interbedded

•with thin, yellow marl and limestone. The upper two-thirds

•of the succession is composed of grey marl with thin lime-

•stone and sandy interbeds. The succession exposed is about

•90 m thick; the upper, highly fossiliferous succession yield-

•ing the ammonites and inoceramids is about 35 m thick.

Size class: macrofossils

Primary reference: W. J. Kennedy, C. Tunoglu, I. Walaszczyk and I. E. Ertekin. 2007. Ammonite and inoceramid faunas from the Davutlar Formation of the Devrekani-Kastamonu area, nothern Turkey, and their biostratigraphical significance. Cretaceous Research 28:861-894 [M. Aberhan/D. Wellmanns]more details

Purpose of describing collection: biostratigraphic analysis

PaleoDB collection 130884: authorized by Martin Aberhan, entered by Daniel Wellmanns on 15.07.2012

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Taxonomic list

Bivalvia
 Myalinida - Inoceramidae
"Inoceramus tenuilineatus" = Inoceramus (Cataceramus) tenuilineatus Hall and Meek 1855 clam
Platyceramus cycloides Wegner 1905 clam
"Cordiceramus heberti" = Inoceramus (Cordiceramus) clam
Cephalopoda
 Ammonitida - Pachydiscidae
Pachydiscus (Pachydiscus) oldhami Sharpe 1855 ammonite
 Ammonitida - Baculitidae
 Ammonitida - Nostoceratidae
Bostrychoceras polyplocum Roemer 1841 ammonite
Didymoceras binodosum Kennedy and Cobban 1993 ammonite