"Limestones or shaly limestones, from four stratigraphic levels in the Cherokee group (Desmoinesian series) of Missouri and Kansas, contain eight species and two varieties of fusulinid foraminifera, of which four species and two varieties are new, and one ophthalmidiid foraminiferal species (Hemigordius cf. regularis Plummer). The next to highest limestone (cap rock of the Fleming coal) is correlated with the Seahorne limestone of western Illinois, the Stonefort limestone of southern Illinois, and the Munterville limestone of Iowa. Hemigordius regularis, a limestone facies foraminifer apparently marks a correlatable interval in the Ardmore limestone. Descriptions of the fusulinids and the opthalmidiid are presented"--Abstract, page 1.
Frizzell, Don L. (Donald Leslie), 1906-1972
Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering
M.S. in Geology
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
iv, 88 pages, 4 plates
© 1951 Ralph Orlansky, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Geology, Stratigraphic -- Pennsylvanian
Geology, Stratigraphic -- Permian
Fusulinidae -- Missouri -- Analysis
Fusulinidae -- Kansas -- Analysis
Limestone -- Missouri -- Analysis
Limestone -- Kansas -- Analysis
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Orlansky, Ralph, "A stratigraphic study of fusulinid foraminifera in the Cherokee group (Pennsylvanian) of western Missouri and Kansas" (1951). Masters Theses. 2993.