Devonian fish remains, biostratigraphy and unconformities, Narromine 1:250 000 map sheet area, central New South Wales (Lachlan Fold Belt)
A fossil fish assemblage associated with marine invertebrates from the Coonardoo Sandstone (Wallingalair Group) at Boor Hill (eastern limb of Tullamore Syncline) contains phyllolepid and bothriolepid placoderms of probable Late Devonian age. An angular unconformity with the overlying Hervey Group indicates erosion and folding during the Middle-Late Devonian, and evidently younger than the main Tabberabberan orogenic event. Invertebrate remains demonstrate a Late Devonian marine interval, not...[Show more]
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