Where: Silesia, Poland (50.7° N, 17.2° E: paleocoordinates 51.0° N, 15.8° E)
• coordinate based on nearby landmark
When: Langhian to Langhian (16.0 - 11.6 Ma)
• MN5-7, Middle Miocene. Karst fissures and channels in a marble quarry of probable Proterozoic age. Przeworno 2 is a 12m vertical fissure in the west wall of the quarry, filled with clay and blocks of marble. Probably the same age as Przeworno 1.
Environment/lithology: fissure fill
Size classes: macrofossils, mesofossils
Collection methods: Site found in 1970.
Primary reference: K. Kowalski. 1990. Stratigraphy of Neogene mammals in Poland. In E.H. Lindsay, V. Fahlbusch and P. Mein, eds., European Neogene Mammal Chronology, Plenum Press, New York 193-209 [A. Turner/H. O'Regan/H. O'Regan]more details
Purpose of describing collection: biostratigraphic analysis
PaleoDB collection 42596: authorized by Alan Turner, entered by Hannah O'Regan on 03.08.2004, edited by Jason Head and Evangelos Vlachos
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