In this manuscript, Notes to comment on "Evolutionary trend of Cenomanian alveolinids from Zagros Basin, SW of Iran" by Consorti and Vicedo (2022) in Geological Journal, will be answered. Received data coincided with the previous determination of the alveolinids microscopic investigation and corresponded with the biostratigraphical database remarkably. No contaminated data were recognized in this work and the faunal assemblage in the Sarvak Formation was checked in detail. Both Cenomanian shallow water and pelagic sediments of the Sarvak Formation in the Zagros Basin are well-known oil reservoir rocks. The Formation has been studied from the point of view of biostratigraphy, facies analysis, and sequence stratigraphy (Arampour, Afghah, &
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