Coralline Algae from the Neoegne and Pleistocene Sequence of Mersa Alam, Red Sea, Egypt.
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Ten speciecs of family Corallinaceae (Coralline Algae) are herein recorded and described for the first time from the stratigraphic sequence of Mersa Alam, Red Sea, Egypt. Of these, Amphiroa knolli, Jania johnsoni and Archaeolithothamnium alamensis are described as new. The studied sequence is subdivided according to its coralline algae and larger foraminiferal content into three biozones; which are from top to bottom: 3. Amphiroa knolli Zone, 2. Amphiroa prefragilissima Zone and 1. Borelis melo Zone. The age of these biozones ranges from Miocene to Pleistocene.
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