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faunule

[′fȯ‚nyül]
(paleontology)
The localized stratigraphic and geographic distribution of a particular taxon.
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The mastodon (Mammut americanum), the Scott's moose (Cervalces scotti), and other species in the vertebrate faunule occur at this level (Unit II) and were buried during episodic sedimentation events, probably following fires that periodically denuded the morainal highlands.
Finally, the mammalian faunule of Lano is one of the richest hitherto discovered in Europe and provides data on the evolution of early eutherians (Gheerbrant and Astibia, 2012).
Tropical "physiognomy" of a land-snail faunule from the Eocene of Southern California.
The large-mammal faunule from the Sulphur River Formation contained several extinct taxa, including Mammut americanum, Mammuthus cf.
A bioclastic limestone near the top of the formation in the area mapped by O'Brien (1988) farther to the east yielded a Middle Cambrian trilobite faunule (Pratt and Waldron 1991).
Faunule. This molluscan faunule is unusual primarily in its composition and taxon relative abundance.
(1909): Remarques sur les faunules de mammiferes des couches eocenes et oligocenes du Bassin de Paris.
The faunules are also coherent and reflects fluctuating bathymetry with alpha diversity a=5-6 suggesting hyper saline to normal marine warm water condition in KambhuJabal section of Tiyon formation.
Ambientes del pasado en Burica y Nicoya: Mediante el analisis de PCA y el estudio taxonomico de la fauna presente en los faunules (De Gracia 2009) fue posible reconstruir la estructura ecologica de las comunidades fosiles en la Peninsula Burica y Nicoya.
Pleistocene molluscan faunules of the Sidney cut, Shelby County, Ohio.