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Doklady Earth Sciences

, Volume 472, Issue 2, pp 143–146 | Cite as

Finds of Ediacaran-type fossils in Vendian deposits of the Yudoma Group, Eastern Siberia

Geology
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Abstract

It has been established that terrigenous units of mainly carbonate deposits of the Yudoma Group in the Uchur–Maya Region of the Siberian Platform contain an assemblage of Late Vendian Ediacaran-type macrofossils. The assemblage contains species such as Aspidella terranovica, Beltanelliformis brunsae, Nenoxites curvus, and Palaeopascichnus sp., which had widespread geographic distribution. Finds of Ediacaran fossils in fossil-rich deposits of the Yudoma Group have expanded the possibilities of using the classic biostratigraphic approach applied for subdivision and global correlation of carbonate deposits in Late Precambrian paleobasins.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Borissiak Paleontological InstituteMoscowRussia

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