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                               Ladinian ICS Stage
                                  (Falangian)
 
                         From 237 +/- 2 To 228 +/- 2 Ma
 
  Start Defined By:  Alternate levels are near base of Reitzi, Secedensis, or 
     Curionii ammonite zone; near first occurrence of the conodont genus 
     Budurovignathus.
  End Defined By:  Near first occurrence of the ammonoids Daxatina or 
     Trachyceras, and of the conodont Metapolygnathus polygnathiformis.
 
  Start Based On:  Gradstein, Ogg, Smith, _A Geologic Time Scale 2004_
  End Based On:  Gradstein, Ogg, Smith, _A Geologic Time Scale 2004_
 
 -- Overlaps With --
  New Zealand Stage: Etalian   (243 - 232)
  New Zealand Stage: Kaihikuan (232 - 225)
 
 -- A Substage of --
  Eon:    Phanerozoic     (542 - -5.5012e-005)
  Era:    Mesozoic        (251 - 65.5)
  Period: Triassic        (251 - 199.6)
  Epoch:  Middle Triassic (245 - 228)
 
 -- Preceeded By --
  ICS Stage:      Anisian  (245 - 237)
  Regional Stage: Illyrian (239 - 237)
 
 -- Followed By --
  Epoch:          Late Triassic (228 - 199.6)
  ICS Stage:      Carnian       (228 - 216.5)
  Chinese Stage:  Bananian      (228 - 219)
  Regional Stage: Julian        (228 - 225)
 
 -- Contains the Following Stages --
  Regional Stage: Fassanian    (237 - 231.4)
  Regional Stage: Longobardian (231.4 - 228)
 

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