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Presence de griottes d'age viseen a Cabrieres (Herault)


, : Presence de griottes d'age viseen a Cabrieres (Herault). Compte Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l'Academie des Sciences 244(2): 224-225

Visean (Carboniferous) red marble similar to Famennian (Devonian) red marbles has been found in the Cabrieres region, southern France.

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