Jinogondolella is an extinct genus of conodonts.[2]

Jinogondolella
Temporal range: Kungurian–Capitanian
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Jinogondolella

Species
  • Jinogondolella aserrata
  • Jinogondolella nanginkensis
  • Jinogondolella postserrata

Use in stratigraphyEdit

The top of the Kungurian (the base of the Roadian and the Guadalupian series) is defined as the place in the stratigraphic record where fossils of the species Jinogondolella nanginkensis first appeared.

The base of the Capitanian stage is defined as the place in the stratigraphic record where fossils of the species Jinogondolella postserrata first appeared. The global reference profile for this stratigraphic boundary is located at Nipple Hill in the southern Guadalupe Mountains of Texas.

The base of the Wordian stage is defined as the place in the stratigraphic record where fossils of the species Jinogondolella aserrata first appeared. The global reference profile for this stratigraphic boundary is located at Getaway Ledge in the Guadalupe Mountains of Texas.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Jinogondolella, a new genus of Permian gondolellids. S Mei, BR Wardlaw - … on Permian Stratigraphy, Environments and Resources …, 1994
  2. ^ Mesogondolella and Jinogondolella (Conodonta): Multielement definition of the taxa that bracket the basal Guadalupian (Middle Permian Series) GSSP. Lance L. Lambert, Bruce R. Wardlaw and Charles M. Henderson, Palaeoworld, Volume 16, Issues 1–3, January–September 2007, Pages 208–221, doi:10.1016/j.palwor.2007.05.017

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