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Rhynchopora and blasispirifer (brachiopoda) from the middle permian of the Hida Gaien belt, Central Japan, and their paleobiogeographical significance

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Two Permian brachiopod genera, Rhynchopora King and Blasispirifer Kulikov, are reported for the first time from the Middle Permian, lower part of the Moribu Formation in the Hida Gaien Belt, central Japan. The Moribu species are closely compared with similar forms from the Middle Permian Barabash Formation (lower Chandalaz Series) in the Barabash area of South Primorye, Russian Far East. The discovery of these two genera, which exhibit close relationships with Middle Permian brachiopod faunas of South Primorye and the broad Boreal Realm, implies that tha Hida Gaien Belt was paleobiogeographically and paleogeographically close to the western part (Voznesenka Belt) of South Primorye, both situated in a middle latitudinal setting in the Northern Hemisphere on the southeastern side of the Bureya Block and lay proximal to and slightly northeast of the Sino-Korea Block during the Permian.

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Journal

Journal of the geological society of Japan

Volume

107

Pagination

755-761

Location

Tokyo, Japan

ISSN

0016-7630

eISSN

1349-9963

Language

eng

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Publication classification

C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Copyright notice

2001, Nihon Chishitsu Gakkai

Issue

12

Publisher

Nihon Chishitsu Gakkai

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