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Small infaunal bivalves and fragments of Placunopsis alpina shells occur rarely. Approximately 50 meters eastwards along the section, in the same bed these limestone lenticules comprise abundant fragments of Placunopsis alpina, rarely Gervillaria inflata and pleurotomarid gastropods. 3 disarticulated right and left valves of the epifannal species Rhaetavicula contorta are dominant. Fragments of Chlamys cf. , and Modiolus sp. are less common. The assemblage of bed 4 is characterized by Rhaetavicula contorta, Placunopsis alpina, Propeamussium (Parvamussium) schafhaeutli, Gervillaria inflata, and Modiolus minutus.

New Pectinatites records are testify to connections between ammonite faunas of England and Subpolar Ural, permanently existed during the Early Volgian. However intensity and predominating direction of immigrations changes in time. Magnum Chron characterized by the isolated eastwards straying (in terms of Rawson, 1973) of Pectinatites, while mutual penetrations of the typical Uralian ammonoids are unknown. During the Subcrassum Chron multidirectional migrations of the little intensity occur. Eosphinctoceras and Subdichotomoceras are penetrated westwards until East Greenland and Britain and southwards until South-West Germany, simultaneously with eastward Pectinatites migration.

Related floras occur in the Chegdomyn and Chemchukin Formationsofthe Bureya basin, the age of which is between Barremian and Aptian. , which is typical for flora of Transbaikalia. The Transbaikalia flora would correlate with the Aptian flora ofYakutiya (Siberia). These floras contain such typical taxa as Gleichenia lobata Vachr. and Neozamites verchojanensis Vachr. ); 2) Otozamites lacustris-Paseudolarix erensis (BarremianAptian); 3) Baierella hastata-Araucaria mongolica (Aptian); 4) Limnothetis-Limnoniobe (Aptian to ?

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