Dvuyakornaya Formation

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Dvuyakornaya Formation is a geological formation in Crimea, south of Yalta.[1] Remains found there include: ammonites,[2] and brachiopods[3]

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  1. ^ V. V. Arkad’ev, A. A. Fedorova, Yu. N. Savel’eva and E. M. Tesakova. Biostratigraphy of Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary sediments in the Eastern Crimea. 
  2. ^ Pylypenko D. Kyiv Ammonite [Ukrainian]. 
  3. ^ T.N.Smirnova, D.I.McKinnon (1995). Apodosia, an enigmatic genus of micromorphic brachiopods from Cretaceous of Crimea and Jurassic of England.