Table 21.1.

Data points, stratigraphical equivalents to the N. gracilis interval and data sources

LocationStratigraphical unit(s)References
Baltica and adjacent areas
North Estonia, East LatviaKukruse Stage (St) in N. Estonia, Kriaunos Mbr of the Daugavpils Formation (Fm)Sarv (1959), Meidla (1993), Ulst et al. (1982)
Livonian TongueDreimana FmUlst et al. (1982)
West LithuaniaKukruse StSidaravičiene (1992, 1996)
East LithuaniaKukruse StSidaravičiene (1992, 1996)
NE PolandKukruse StSztejn (1985)
East PolandKukruse StSztejn (1985, 1989)
Norway4aβHennigsmoen (1953)
Fjäcka, central SwedenDalby Fm, Nemagraptus gracilis ZoneJaanusson (1976)
Holy Cross MountainsKukruse StOlempska (1994)
Gondwana and peri-Gondwana
Ibero-ArmoricaLlandeiloVannier (1986a, b)
Saudi ArabiaHanadir FmHinz-Schallreuter & Schallreuter (2007), Vannier & Vaslet (1988)
BohemiaDobrotiva FmSchallreuter & Krůta (1988, 2001)
Precordilleramiddle and upper Las Aguaditas FmSchallreuter (1996, 1999), Salas (2002a, b, 2003, 2007)
Laurentia
VirginiaLinconshire FmSchallreuter & Siveter (1982, 1985), Kraft, (1962), Williams (1990)
OklahomaTulip Creek FmHarris (1931, 1957) Martinsson (1960) Levinson (1961), Guber & Jaanusson (1964), Schallreuter & Siveter (1985), Williams (1990), Lundin et al. (1995), Williams & Siveter (1996)
GirvanSuperstes MudstoneWilliams et al. (2001a, b)
YukonLower Esbataottine FmCopeland (1982), Schallreuter & Siveter (1985)
PennsylvaniaHatter FmSwain (1957, 1962)
New York/VermontDay Point Limestone, Crown Point Limestone, lower Valcour LimestoneSwain (1957, 1962), Copeland (1982), Williams (1990)
Siberia and adjacent areas
Selennyakh KrjazhUpper Volchin and Kalychan formationsKanygin (1967)
Omulev MountainsDarpir and lower Kharkindzhan formationsKanygin (1967)
Siberia and adjacent areasChertovsk StKanygin (1967, 1971)
Sette–DabanLower sub-formation of the Labystakh FmKanygin (1971)
Kazakhstan
Eastern KazakhstanSarydibaik and Chingiz formationsMelnikova (1986)