Paleonet: A question

Rafael Lopez rlopezm at ismm.edu.cu
Fri Apr 20 16:27:26 GMT 2007


Dear Stephen Carey:
 First sorry by my english, I´m learning now. I have fossils plants in Cuban
lateritics ores. Rusians described microfossils there but I´m steel haven´t
founded.
Regards
Rafael lopez

----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Carey" <s.carey at ballarat.edu.au>
To: <Paleonet at nhm.ac.uk>
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2007 9:07 PM
Subject: Re: Paleonet: A question


> Dear Rafael,
>
> Mark Paine has recently published some photomicrographs of fossils in
> ferricretes from western Victoria in a non-palaeontological paper (M.D.
> Paine et al. 2004. Nature and extent of Pliocene strandlines i
> southwestern Victoria and their applicaton to Late Neogene tectonics.
> Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 51, 407-422).
>
> Various fossil leaves from the Cainozoic of eastern Australia have been
> described from ferricretes.
>
> Can you be more specific about what you are looking for?
>
> Regards,
>
> Stephen Carey
>
>
> >>> "Rafae lopez" <rlopezm at ismm.edu.cu> 04/17/07 6:02 am >>>
> Hi Paleonetters:
> Does anyone know about fossils preserved in lateritics deposits?
> Rafael Lopez Martinez
>
>
>
>
> Stephen Carey
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