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Meanwhile, the improbability of such a coincidence is easy
to prove the facts reported by the same sir Robert Marcionem. If, as he
notice the fossilized remains of crustaceans that are in the top
the Silurian rocks of Lanarkshire, really "all except
one questionable case differ sharply from all other known
rocks encountered at the same horizon in England", what is the base
are we to assume that the rocks that lived during the Silurian period
the opposite side of the globe was approximately the same with
existed here? Is the doctrine of the widespread distribution of the species is not
only implicit in the insights of sir R. Murchison, but also positively
speaks to them. "Already, the presence of graptolite," he says, " right
indicates that the rock containing it, belong to the Silurian
system." And he says this despite the fact that he has repeatedly warned
reader against such generalizations. As Geology progressed
forward, was more than once that one or the other fossil species, which
long considered characteristic for one particular formation
was open to other formations. About twelve years ago, not
happen example that goniatite across lower Devonian; but at
now in Bohemia, they were found in strata which are considered to be
belonging to the Silurian system. In a very recent time were,
what artieri, which until now were considered exclusively Paleozoiskiy
the type can be caught and along with mezozoiskii Ammonites and belemnites.
But no matter how numerous this kind of open, they still can't
to shake the belief that identity formation to one or another age may
to be determined by the presence in it of one of some fossil species are Few
this belief is going through the evidence, causing him more fatal
blows. Speaking of the Silurian system in Western Ireland, sir R. Murchison
notice "Near Mamma Professor Nicole and I gathered the remnants, some of which
can be attributed to the lower Silurian system, and others - to the top
the Silurian". And then he calls a few fossil species
England is characteristic of the upper part sadlowski rocks or the top
Silurian formations, there are several other types that "in all other
areas how much you know, caught only in the layers landamerica
era" - in other words, in strata belonging to the middle Silurian
era, and finally, several of these species, which are still met
only in the lower Silurian strata, only slightly above the most ancient layers
with the fossil remains.