Spiculite | Article about spiculite by The Free Dictionary
A spindle-shaped belonite thought to have formed by the coalescence of globulites.
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Genuine beds of spiculite
have not been observed in the Middle and Upper Ordovician of Baltica.
Soft coral spiculite
(the massive skeletons formed by sclerites cemented in aragonite) appears in fossil Quaternary coral reefs at various locations in the Indo-Pacific (Johnson and Risk, 1987; Accordi et al.
The main target consisting of Upper Permian spiculites
and carbonates was encountered and cored, but the reservoir quality was poorer than expected.
The rocks with the highest resistivities are the Cretaceous sandstones and spiculites
and on some places also the Permian conglomerates and volcanic rocks.