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Fig. 4

From: Dasycladacean alga Palaeodasycladus in the northern Tethys (West Carpathians, Poland) and its new palaeogeographic range during the Early Jurassic

Fig. 4

General view of microfacies comprising Palaeodasycladus cf. mediterraneus (arrow): bioclastic-intraclastic grainstone comprising among others foraminifers (F), bivalves (B), ostracods (O), micrite intraclasts (I), unrecognizable remnants of green algae (A), and recrystallized bioclasts with micrite envelope (ME). Sample BP1A1. Scale bar is 500 μm

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