Acta Palaeontologica Polonica

Conodont biostratigraphy and paleogeographical relations of the Ordovician Mójcza Limestone (Holy Cross Mts, Poland)

Jerzy Dzik

Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 23 (1), 1978: 51-72

The presence of Ordovician conodont zones from the Late Arenigian (Middle Kunda stage) to the Late Caradocian has been indicated in 8 m thick Mójcza Limestone (Holy Cross Mts, Poland). The conodont fauna of M6jcza is of the Baltic type and decidedly differs from the" fauna known from Rzeszówek, situated about 300 km to the west in the Kaczawa Mts (Sudeten Mts). Phragmodus polonicus sp.n. from Mójcza and Erraticodon balticus gen. et sp.n. from a Baltic erratic boulder have
been described.

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