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Re: Now this muddles things up stratigraphically...



http://a-c-s.confex.com/crops/2008am/webprogram/Paper47897.html

The gist of this: the main fossil bearing units of the uppermost Chinle
(esp. the Coelophysis quarry), once thought to be Carnian (early Late
Triassic), and more recently as Norian (mid-late Late Triassic), may be late
Rhaetian (latest Late Triassic) or even earliest Hettangian.

An end-Triassic age would fit well with the very similar fauna at Lipie ÅlÄskie/Lisowice.