calcirudite

calcirudite

[kal′sir·ə‚dīt]
(petrology)
Dolomite or limestone formed of worn or broken pieces of coral or shells or of limestone fragments coarser than sand; the interstices are filled with sand, calcite, or mud, the whole bound together with a calcareous cement.
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Pebble to boulder conglomerate calcirudites occur as individual beds that form on top of the Puig Cutri and amongst other facies at Puig Poloni, This facies never exceeds 6 m in thickness.