Cistecephalus Assemblage Zone

Cistecephalus Assemblage Zone

The Cistecephalus Assemblage Zone is a geological stratum and a faunal zone of the Beaufort Group, of the South African Karoo. The name refers to Cistecephalus, a genus of small burrowing, mole-like reptile, whose fossils have been found in that structure.

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