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CLASS III.-SECONDARY or FLOETZ ROCKS.
STRATIFIED OR NEPTUNIAN ROCKS.
IV. Second Floetz LIMEstone ForMATION, SHELL LIMEstone, or Mus-
V. Third FLOErz SANDsron E ForMATION, or QUADERsandstone, on
This formation is connected with the following by alternations: (Amberg, Westphalia).
The sandstone o
not, it is green
CLASS IH.—SECONDARY Or FLCETZ ROCKS.—Continued.
UNSTRATIFIED CRYSTALLINE OR
Many marine Fossils, especially accumulated in particular spots or layers. First
The«> last marls connect this formation with the following.—The lias and. the Jura limestone exist in South America, in the great Mississippi basin, and perhaps the
compact limestone with silex of Brasil belongs also to it, or to the chalk. VIII. Chalk ForMAtion.—Synon. Calcaire a nummulites; a great part of Beudant's Hungarian Jura limestone; white Jura limestone of Hausmann.
VII. IRoN AND GREEN SAND.—Syn o variegated Sandstone of Uttinger; Variegated Sandstone of
Intimately connected with the chloritose chalk-Exists also in t
Green sand or sand-
U burg, with flints.
C. Prevost; part of the Quadersandstone of the Germans.
A good many Fossils, Monocotyledonous and
Dicotyledonous Vegetables, Fossil Resin.
Mastodon, Roebuck or Sheep, Vienna. Uppermost limit of Belemnites.
Chalk marl is found in Scania, and in some Danish islands, Moen, &c., and in Rugen Island, &c.
Polan D AND Sou- ENGLAND AND | Northern S. Alps, APPEN. MALTA, Y Tertiary ( veins, of which Th ERN Russi A. FRANCE. Pyrenees. IRELAND. ALPs. Sicily S. E. ZANTE, GR. Augit- ) the superior part Compact white lime-Chloritic chalk, Chloritic chalk, Chloritic chalk, Chloritic chalk, AR. Chlorite chalk marl, porphy- ) overlies the chalk stone, Austria, Le Mans, Depart. des syn. Mulatto Neukirchen, Belluno. ry, Schio. Hungary, and Saumur, Landes. Stone. Diablerets, Basalt (yeo, Ireland. Transylvania. Menshould. Chalk marl and Chalk marl. Servos. É. ’) bed-like veins, Chloritic chalk marl, siliceous. nummulite with horn- Compact num-Coral and nummulite lime- ti o o Vicentin, near rare, Krapina, Chalk marl, coarse lime- Stone. mulite lime- stone, Vicentin, Puglia. 1c tuff, Schio. Croatia. with horn- stone, Basta-|Earthy chalk. Stone. N. B. Chalk altered and Coral and nummu- stone. nes, nearl)ax.] with flint. whitish. *cracked near augit-porphylite limestone, magne- reddish. ry, Schio; indurated and porous Leitha- site. Sonthofen, Compact limestone, syn. like marl near basalt, Bel\; Earthy chalk. Teisandorf. Scaglia. fast. compact (Clausen- with flints. Schwytz . whitish, Sicily, Malta. ...", Network of metallifeburg. sulphate of Canton. reddish, sometimes a rous veins, argentiferous chalky Krapina. strontian Chalk marl, marble. galena, &c., in the augitNeukirchen, porphyry; uppermost liHausruck. J mit of galena.
UKSTRATIFIED CRYSTALLINE OR
Trachyte, jmica, ") dome
) hornblende, f uke
granitic, 1 augite,'
with gar- (dome-like
nets, I coulees.
Clinkstone, dome-like masses or coulees.
vitre- ( pitchstone, ( as imbedded
ous, (obsidian, < masses, Euga
pumice-like, Cnean Hills.
Augite porphyry of Vicentine, Fassa,
Basalt, augitic, i short beds, veins, cylin
olivine, i drical masses & coulees
f especially as dome
feldspathic, s like or imbedded
. . e imbedded masses,
* m'/u! T ) in coulees or cones,
I Marostico, Vi
or bluish), (centin
fl^Trachytic conglomerate,-^ beds, or
Few agates; great deposit of zeo-