Also known as PL3024
Where: Victoria, Australia (38.3° S, 144.3° E: paleocoordinates 52.9° S, 142.2° E)
• coordinate based on nearby landmark
• outcrop-level geographic resolution
When: Jan Juc Formation, Chattian (28.1 - 23.0 Ma)
• STRATIGRAPHIC RELATIONS: From Jan Juc Fm, which overlies the Demons Bluff Fm (Late Oligocene) and is overlain by the Puebla Fm (Early Miocene). The Jan Juc Fm is laterally contiguous with the Pt Addis and Waurn Ponds Fm. AGE: Late Oligocene according to molluscan biostratigraphy of Darragh and Kendrick (2000) and Beu and Darragh (2001). Fig. 5 of Beu and Darragh (2001), however, indicates the the base of the formation is correlated to the base of the Aquitanian (Early Miocene), while their appendix lists Late Oligocene as the age. Janjukian local stage=Chattian-Aquitanian. STRATIGRAPHIC POSITION: From unknown position within formation.
• group of beds-level stratigraphic resolution
Environment/lithology: coastal; lithology not reported
Size class: macrofossils
Preservation: original aragonite
Collection methods: Collections are registered in the Western Australia Museum (WAM) and Museum of Victoria (NMV).
Primary reference: T. A. Darragh and G. W. Kendrick. 2000. Eocene bivalves and gastropods from the Pallinup Siltstone, Western Australia, with new records from the Eocene and Oligocene of southeastern Australia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 112(1):17-58 [A. Miller/A. Hendy/P. Wagner]more details
Purpose of describing collection: biostratigraphic analysis
PaleoDB collection 48647: authorized by Austin Hendy, entered by Austin Hendy on 25.03.2005, edited by Mark Uhen, Pete Wagner and Matthew Clapham
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