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Article: Cretaceous ammonites from Bathurst Island, Northern Australia

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 6
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1963
Page(s): 597 614
Author(s): C. W. Wright
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WRIGHT, C. W. 1963. Cretaceous ammonites from Bathurst Island, Northern Australia. Palaeontology6, 4, 597–614.

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Sixteen species of ammonites are described from the Lower Albian, Cenomanian and Turonian. They include new species of Sciponoceras, Scaphites, Chimbuites and Acanthoceras. Others are well-known wide-ranging species. Chimbuites is now securely dated to the Cenomanian.
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