Ludlovian


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Ludlovian

[ləd′lō·vē·ən]
(geology)
A European stage of geologic time; Upper Silurian, below Gedinnian of Devonian, above Wenlockian.
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Ludlovian according to the time scale of Ogg et al.
2010) on the northern end of Lake Utopia, both of which have yielded Ludlovian ages of emplacement, are less evolved than the granite dated as Pridolian to the east of New River (Sample 15-87).
Decker (1942, 1952) reported Ludlovian (Late Silurian) graptolites from the Frame Member from wells in Crane County, Texas.
Kockelella absidata appears in the amsdeni Zone and ranges into the Ludlovian Series (Barrick and Klapper, 1976).
indicative of a Late Llandoverian to Ludlovian age (Boucot, written communication to Susan Johnson, 1992;Johnson and McLeod 1996).
The late Llandoverian to Ludlovian Oak Bay conglomerate, basal to the Mascarene sequence, lies with faulted unconformity on Tremadocian black shale of the Saint Croix terrane.
Late Ludlovian Chitinozoa from the locality Na Pozarech (Silurian, Prague Basin, Barrandian area, Czech Republic).
One of the most diverse floras was described by Ruedemann (1925) and LoDuca & Brett (1997) from the Ludlovian deposits (late Silurian) in eastern North America.
We are confident of providing Ludlovians and visitors with a valuable addition to the attractions of the town.
Ludlow's annual fair is a signal for Ludlovians who live in Mill Street and Castle Square, that is the centre of the town, to take refuge from the sight, smell and sound of the modern fair ground.
What a shock to the system - Les Marches at the Overton Grange Hotel is one Ludlow restaurant Ludlovians may actually have to drive to as it's a mile or two out of the centre.