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“…, earliest Aptian specimens from the Deshayesites oglanlensis Zone have not been found in the recently studied Aoulkjdad and Takoucht sections, confirming a hiatus of this interval(Peybernes et al, 2013, Luber et al 2017.Early Aptian times are poorly represented, and were best studied in the northern sections. There,the Deshayesites forbesi Zone has been tentatively identified by the presence of Deshayesites consobrinus, associated with Ancyloceras sp.…”
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“…, earliest Aptian specimens from the Deshayesites oglanlensis Zone have not been found in the recently studied Aoulkjdad and Takoucht sections, confirming a hiatus of this interval(Peybernes et al, 2013, Luber et al 2017.Early Aptian times are poorly represented, and were best studied in the northern sections. There,the Deshayesites forbesi Zone has been tentatively identified by the presence of Deshayesites consobrinus, associated with Ancyloceras sp.…”
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“…Most of our present knowledge on the Aptian-Albian stratigraphy is due to Gentil (1905) and Roch (1930), who first described ammonites from this area, to Ambroggi (1963), who proposed an exhaustive stratigraphic scheme for the EAB, based on detailed lithostratigraphic descriptions and associated fossil determination, to Duffaud et al (1966), who published a synthesis of the area and defined formations in the Cretaceous series, and to Rey et al (1988), Witam (1998) and Bourgeoini et al (2002), who conducted micropaleontological studies on the Lower Cretaceous succession. More recently, Peybernès et al (2013) and Luber et al (2017; proposed preliminary stratigraphic, sedimentological and paleoenvironmental analysis of the upper Aptian-lower Albian series of the EAB. According to these authors, the Aptianlower Albian sedimentary rocks rest on red beds and massive sandstones of the Bouzergoun Formation (Fm) of late Barremian age, and encompasses (i) the Tamzergout Fm, made of marlstone and limestone of early Aptian age, (ii) the alternating marlstone and limestone of the Tadhart Fm of early late Aptian age, (iii) the thin, marly Lemgo Fm of latest Aptian age, and (iv) the mainly marly Oued Tidzi Fm, of early to late Albian age (Fig.…”
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“…The lithostratigraphy, main depositional environments, and ammonoid biostratigraphy of the Tiskatine section have been described comprehensively by Luber et al (2017). The Tiskatine section was sampled bed-by-bed for bio-and chemostratigraphic analysis.…”
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