UB 7111, Cladach a'Ghlinne (Jurassic of the United Kingdom)

Also known as Loch Scavaig, Elgol

Where: Scotland, United Kingdom (57.2° N, 6.1° W: paleocoordinates 46.6° N, 4.6° E)

• coordinate stated in text

• outcrop-level geographic resolution

When: Kilmaluag Formation (Great Estuarine Group), Middle Bathonian (167.7 - 164.7 Ma)

• "Ostracod Limestone"

• bed-level stratigraphic resolution

Environment/lithology: lagoonal or restricted shallow subtidal; gray, blue marl

• The sediments of the G.E.S. were probably laid down in large, quiet, shallow, warm lagoons, not open directly to the sea, with the sandy beds of the succession indicating river deltas.
• The marlstones are dark blue-grey in colour, but weather to a very much paler hue

Size classes: macrofossils, mesofossils

Collected by M. Waldman & J. B. Dobinson in 1971–

Collection methods: surface (float),

Primary reference: M. Waldman and R. J. G. Savage. 1972. The first Jurassic mammal from Scotland. Journal of the Geological Society 128:119-125 [P. Mannion/J. Tennant]more details

Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis

PaleoDB collection 139746: authorized by Philip Mannion, entered by Jonathan Tennant on 17.02.2013, edited by Matthew Carrano

Creative Commons license: CC BY (attribution)

Taxonomic list

 Hybodontiformes - Hybodontidae
Hybodontidae indet.3 Agassiz 1843 elasmobranch
"Hybodus" sp.3 Agassiz 1837 elasmobranch
 Hybodontiformes - Acrodontidae
Acrodus sp.3 Agassiz 1838 elasmobranch
"sp. nov."
 Lepisosteiformes -
Lepidotes sp.3 Agassiz 1843 gar
 Caudata -
Caudata indet.3 salamander
"Kirtlington 'Salamander A'"; NMS G.1992.47.14/15
Marmorerpeton kermacki3 Evans et al. 1988 salamander
NMS G.1992.47.12, G.1992.47.9
 Testudinata -
Eileanchelys waldmani n. gen. n. sp.1
Eileanchelys waldmani n. gen. n. sp.1 Anquetin et al. 2009 turtle
Holotype: NMS G 2004.31.15, paratypes: NMS G 2004.31.16a-f
 Testudines -
"Chelonia indet." = Testudines3
"Chelonia indet." = Testudines3 Batsch 1788 turtle
NMS G.1992.47.37/38
 Testudines - Pleurosternidae
? Pleurosternidae indet.4 Cope 1868 turtle
 Saurischia -
Eusauropoda indet.2 Upchurch 1995 sauropod
"not Cetiosaurus"
Theropoda indet.4 theropod
 Pterosauria -
Pterosauria indet.3 Kaup 1834 pterosaur
"Taxon 1" and "Taxon 2"
 Loricata - Goniopholididae
? Goniopholididae indet.3 Cope 1875 crocodilian
 Loricata -
cf. Theriosuchus sp.6 Owen 1878 crocodilian
 Eosuchia -
Marmoretta oxoniensis7 Evans 1991 crown diapsid
NMS G 1992.47.1a,b, 1992.47.4, 1992.47.5; Sedgwick Mus. X9991
 Squamata -
Squamata indet.3 Oppel 1811 lizard
"taxon nov."; NMS G.1992.47.13
? Gekkota indet.5 lizard
NMS G.1992.47.13
Parviraptor sp.3 Evans 1994 lizard
NMS G.1992.47.28-30/35/36
 Squamata - Paramacellodidae
Paramacellodus oweni7 Hoffstetter 1967 lizard
NMS G.1992.47.2/3, G.1992.47.31/32
 Choristodera -
Cteniogenys sp.3 Gilmore 1928 choristodere
NMS G.1992.47.11, G.1992.47.29
 Therapsida - Tritylodontidae
"Stereognathus hebridicus n. sp." = Stereognathus ooliticus
"Stereognathus hebridicus n. sp." = Stereognathus ooliticus Charlesworth 1854 therapsid
UBGM 20572. Isolated upper left molar; BRSUG 20573–20575, 29000–29002, 28996–28999
 Pantotheria -
Eupantotheria indet.4 Kermack and Musset 1958 mammal
 Docodonta - Tegotheriidae
Krusatodon sp.3 Sigogneau-Russell 2003 dodocont
 Docodonta - Docodontidae
Borealestes serendipitus n. gen. n. sp.
Borealestes serendipitus n. gen. n. sp. Waldman and Savage 1972 dodocont
Holotype: UBGM 20570. Left mandible with two premolars and part of a third, four molars fully erupted, one unerupted and alveolus of a sixth; Paratype: UBGM 20571, left mandible with four molars