Espinazito Pass (Jurassic of Argentina)

Also known as Espinacito

Where: San Juan, Argentina (32.2° S, 70.0° W: paleocoordinates 29.9° S, 32.6° W)

• coordinate based on nearby landmark

• outcrop-level geographic resolution

When: Pseudotoites singularis ammonoid zone, Early/Lower Bajocian (171.6 - 168.4 Ma)

Environment/lithology: marine; lithified sandstone

Size class: macrofossils

Collected by Bodenbender

• Repository: Geologische Institut Gottingen

Primary reference: W. J. Arkell and P. E. Playford. 1954. The Bajocian ammonites of Western Australia. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B 237:547-605 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]more details

Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis

PaleoDB collection 171241: authorized by Matthew Clapham, entered by Matthew Clapham on 05.07.2015

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Taxonomic list

 Ammonitida - Otoitidae
"Stephanoceras transatlanticus n. sp." = Pseudotoites (Pseudotoites) transatlanticus, "Pseudotoites argentinus n. sp." = Pseudotoites (Pseudotoites) argentinus
"Stephanoceras transatlanticus n. sp." = Pseudotoites (Pseudotoites) transatlanticus Tornquist 1898 ammonite
"Pseudotoites argentinus n. sp." = Pseudotoites (Pseudotoites) argentinus Arkell 1954 ammonite
Stephanoceras singulare in Tornquist, 1898