Triassic

Rock type: 
Age: 
230 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk territory, Khekhtsir range. Burgundy and gray jasper-like siliceous rocks. Voronezhskaya strata. The thickness is about 600 m with interlayers (1–2 cm) of siliceous-clayey rocks and rare lenses (10–30 m) of limestones. In limestones fossil: Halobia cf. charliana Mojs., Posidonia subwengentus Kipar., Nodosaria sub-primitiva Herke, N. cf. biloculina Fran, Arcetes. Middle and Upper Triassic.

Rock type: 
Age: 
230 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk territory, Khekhtsir range. Burgundy and gray jasper-like siliceous rocks. Voronezhskaya strata. The thickness is about 600 m with interlayers (1–2 cm) of siliceous-clayey rocks and rare lenses (10–30 m) of limestones. In limestones fossil: Halobia cf. charliana Mojs., Posidonia subwengentus Kipar., Nodosaria sub-primitiva Herke, N. cf. biloculina Fran, Arcetes. Middle and Upper Triassic.

Rock type: 
Age: 
230 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk territory, Khekhtsir range. Burgundy and gray jasper-like siliceous rocks. Voronezhskaya strata. The thickness is about 600 m with interlayers (1–2 cm) of siliceous-clayey rocks and rare lenses (10–30 m) of limestones. In limestones fossil: Halobia cf. charliana Mojs., Posidonia subwengentus Kipar., Nodosaria sub-primitiva Herke, N. cf. biloculina Fran, Arcetes. Middle and Upper Triassic.

Rock type: 
Age: 
232 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk territory, Khekhtsir range. Dark gray tuffogenic siltstone. Krasnorechenskaya series. Thickness - 2750 metres. Fossil (not found here, finds east): ammonites - Arcestes; pelecipods - Halobia cf. charlina Mojs., Posidonia subwengensis Kipar.; foraminifera. Upper Triassic. Carnian.

Rock type: 
Age: 
150 millions years

Turkey, Fethie. Middle Triassic - Cretaceous limestones. Lycian tombs taxied in limestone. 4th century BC.

Rock type: 
Age: 
230 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk Territory, Yagdynya river. Biotite Granites. Form an massif of 850 square kilometers. Consist: oligolclase - 24-32%, microcline - 24-45%, quartz - 15-29%, biotite - 4-11%. Plagioclase forms sericite and albite (auto-metasomatism). Chlorite is formed by biotite. Accessory: sphene, zircon, apatite. Definitions of absolute age (K): 207, 230, 235 million years. Upper Triassic.

Rock type: 
Age: 
230 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk Territory, Yagdynya river. Biotite Granites. Form an massif of 850 square kilometers. Consist: oligolclase - 24-32%, microcline - 24-45%, quartz - 15-29%, biotite - 4-11%. Plagioclase forms sericite and albite (auto-metasomatism). Chlorite is formed by biotite. Accessory: sphene, zircon, apatite. Definitions of absolute age (K): 207, 230, 235 million years. Upper Triassic.

Rock type: 
Age: 
230 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk Territory, Yagdynya river. Biotite Granites. Form an massif of 850 square kilometers. Consist: oligolclase - 24-32%, microcline - 24-45%, quartz - 15-29%, biotite - 4-11%. Plagioclase forms sericite and albite (auto-metasomatism). Chlorite is formed by biotite. Accessory: sphene, zircon, apatite. Definitions of absolute age (K): 207, 230, 235 million years. Upper Triassic.

Rock type: 
Age: 
230 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk Territory, Yagdynya river. Biotite Granites. Form an massif of 850 square kilometers. Consist: oligolclase - 24-32%, microcline - 24-45%, quartz - 15-29%, biotite - 4-11%. Plagioclase forms sericite and albite (auto-metasomatism). Chlorite is formed by biotite. Accessory: sphene, zircon, apatite. Definitions of absolute age (K): 207, 230, 235 million years. Upper Triassic.

Rock type: 
Age: 
232 millions years

Russia, Khabarovsk territory, Khekhtsir range, mount Three-headed. Dark gray tuffogenic siltstone. Krasnorechenskaya series. Thickness - 2750 metres. Fossil (not found here, finds east): ammonites - Arcestes; pelecipods - Halobia cf. charlina Mojs., Posidonia subwengensis Kipar.; foraminifera. Upper Triassic. Carnian.