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ジンザイコ シュウヘン サン ノ カイ カセキ ニツイテ シマネケン サン ナンタイ ドウブツ カセキ ソノ3
Title Alternative
On Some Molluscan Fossils from the Vicinity of Lake Jinzai, Izumo District : Molluscan Fossils from Various Localities in Shimane Prefecture(Part 3)
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language
eng
Author
Takayasu, Katsumi
Description
The molluscan fossils of the Miocene Fujina Formation was described by YOKOYAMA (1913, 1923), NOMURA and HATAI (1939), SUEHIRO (1979) and OGASAWARA and NOMURA (1980). They studied specimens obtained from the hilly area of the southern border of Lake Shinji, where the Fujina Formation is typically distributed.
The fossil localities reported in this paper are situated about 30 km west of Fujina, Tamayu Town, the type locality of the Formation, and the fossil bearing beds have been regarded as the equivalent of the Formation. However, some molluscan fossils newly collected from these localities are ones that have not ever been reported from the Fujina Formation. Then, their occurrence is an interesting problem from the view point of Neogene stratigraphy of the Izumo district, and is described in the paper in addition to fossil description.
The writer wishes to express his hearty thanks to Dr. Iwao KOBAYASHI of Niigata University for his invaluable suggestions, and to Dr. Takao TOKUOKA of Shimane University for reading the manuscript. He is also indebted to Mr. Takeshi NAKAMURA, a student of Shimane University, for his assistance in the field. This study was supported in part by a Grant-in-aid of the Ministry of Education (no. 57740440).
), NOMURA and HATAI (1939), SUEHIRO (1979) and OGASAWARA and NOMURA (1980). They studied specimens obtained from the hilly area of the southern border of Lake Shinji, where the Fujina Formation is typically distributed.
The fossil localities reported in this paper are situated about 30 km west of Fujina, Tamayu Town, the type locality of the Formation, and the fossil bearing beds have been regarded as the equivalent of the Formation. However, some molluscan fossils newly collected from these localities are ones that have not ever been reported from the Fujina Formation. Then, their occurrence is an interesting problem from the view point of Neogene stratigraphy of the Izumo district, and is described in the paper in addition to fossil description.
The writer wishes to express his hearty thanks to Dr. Iwao KOBAYASHI of Niigata University for his invaluable suggestions, and to Dr. Takao TOKUOKA of Shimane University for reading the manuscript. He is also indebted to Mr. Takeshi NAKAMURA, a student of Shimane University, for his assistance in the field. This study was supported in part by a Grant-in-aid of the Ministry of Education (no. 57740440).
Journal Title
Memoirs of the Faculty of Science, Shimane University
Volume
16
Start Page
91
End Page
111
ISSN
03879925
Published Date
1982-12-25
NCID
AN00108106
Publisher
島根大学理学部
Publisher Aalternative
The Faculty of Science, Shimane University
NII Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
OAI-PMH Set
Faculty of Science and Engineering