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Abstract

There are only few studies on fossil-bearing deposits from the Upper Paleozoic in the Middle and Near East. Among these, studies of coral-bearing formations are known from southern Turkey, Armenia, and from north and central Iran. These are correlated with the Carboniferous and Permian strata by bryozoans and corals. Particularly, these areas except central Iran are characterized by yielding the very large rugose coral Kueichouphyllum. In this meeting, an outline of the Upper Paleozoic bearing corals, especially Kueichouphyllum, from the Middle and Near East and their paleobiogeography are reported.

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2012-09-09
2021-12-02
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