Glenmard Wood, Quarrel Hill, New Dailly (Ordovician of the United Kingdom)

Also known as Craighead inlier.

Where: Scotland, United Kingdom (55.3° N, 4.7° W: paleocoordinates 19.4° S, 27.2° W)

• coordinate stated in text

• small collection-level geographic resolution

When: Lady Burn Formation (Drummuck Group), Rawtheyan (448.8 - 445.2 Ma)

• " [...] Ladyburn Mudstone Formation of the Drummuck Group [...] " (Evans, 1993). According to fig. 2 in Evans (1993) the Drummuck Gp. spans the Richmondian (Cautleyan and Rawtheyan) stage. According to Harper (1982, Geol. J. 17(4)) the Lady Burn beds are Rawtheyan in age.

• formation-level stratigraphic resolution

Environment/lithology: marginal marine; gray, green, blue, silty mudstone

• "The Lady Burn Formation comprises some 140 m of mainly light grey, unbedded siltstones and mudstones. [...] the bulk of the 140 m of the formation is fairly uniform in composition and structure, the beds ranging from unbedded, light bluish-grey (5B 7/1) silty mudstones to unbedded greenish grey (5GY 6/1) mudstones possessing a pseudonodular habit." Harper (1982).

Size class: macrofossils

Collection methods: TCD = Trinity College, Dublin

Primary reference: D. H. Evans. 1993. The Cephalopod Fauna of the Killey Bridge Formation (Ordovician, Ashgill), Pomeroy, County Tyrone. Irish Journal of Earth Sciences 12:155-189 [B. Kröger/T. Liebrecht]more details

Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis

PaleoDB collection 89298: authorized by Björn Kröger, entered by Torsten Liebrecht on 14.05.2009, edited by Pete Wagner

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Taxonomic list

 Orthoceratoidea -
Orthocerida indet. Kuhn 1940
taxon referred to as "Orthocerida family and genus indet. pomeroense (Portlock)" in the reference; TCD 15892 ("questionably assigned")
 Orthocerida - Proteoceratidae
Gorbyoceras gracile Portlock 1843
TCD 15889a, b, 15890a, b, 15891
 Phacopida - Encrinuridae
Encrinurus aff. trispinosus Reed 1914 trilobite
Encrinurus lamonti n. sp. Tripp 1957 trilobite