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“…The volcanoclastic and volcanic rocks are locally interbedded with pelagic limestones, which constrain the age of volcanism (e.g., Keskin and Tüysüz, 2017;Boehm et al, 2019). In the Pontides, the arc volcanism waned towards the end of the Campanian and was succeeded by the deposition of carbonates, which range in age from late Campanian to the Paleocene, and locally into the Eocene (e.g., Sarı et al, 2014;Boehm et al, 2019;Özcan et al, 2019). Locally there are minor volcanic horizons in the Maastrichtian limestones.…”
Section: Geological Setting and Stratigraphymentioning
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“…The volcanoclastic and volcanic rocks are locally interbedded with pelagic limestones, which constrain the age of volcanism (e.g., Keskin and Tüysüz, 2017;Boehm et al, 2019). In the Pontides, the arc volcanism waned towards the end of the Campanian and was succeeded by the deposition of carbonates, which range in age from late Campanian to the Paleocene, and locally into the Eocene (e.g., Sarı et al, 2014;Boehm et al, 2019;Özcan et al, 2019). Locally there are minor volcanic horizons in the Maastrichtian limestones.…”
Section: Geological Setting and Stratigraphymentioning
“…Remarks. Lepidorbitoides has a wide geographic range in the Tethys (Goldbeck and Langer, 2009;Özcan et al, 2019). Van Gorsel (1973b) described L. campaniensis for the first time from the Campanian type-section in Aubeterre, SW France, for biserial specimens, which were associated with rare quadriserial ones [also see van Gorsel (1975)].…”
Section: Systematic Descriptionmentioning
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