D6 was in the central part of the garden of 'Ambiente 9'; b) detail of the fish vertebrae inside the ceramic vessels (photo by C.
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-- The large gastropod species, Peruviella dolium (Roemer 1849) occurs in the Walnut Formation in the city of Gatesville, Texas.
Peruviella dolium (Roemer 1849) is a large gastropod species that is abundant at several Cretaceous localities in central Texas (Adkins 1928; Moore 1964; Moore & Martin 1966), and is the dominant taxon of a unique paleocommunity that defines a very precise paleoenvironmental location.
A location within the city limits of Gatesville, in central Coryell County, Texas exposes the Peruviella dolium paleocommunity in a roadcut section on the south and north sides of U.
Unfossiliferous, medium to fine grained sandstones of the Paluxy are replaced by limestones of the Walnut containing abundant Peruviella dolium. These are not discontinuous carbonate mounds within the Paluxy as reported by Moore & Martin (1966) for Burnet County, Texas to the south, but the basal beds of the Walnut Formation at this location and throughout north-central Texas (Lozo 1959; Hendricks 1967).
The Peruviella dolium paleocommunity occurs between the two facies and thus occupied the extreme nearshore position of the rising Fredericksburg sea during the Cretaceous.
The Peruviella dolium paleocommunity at UCMP 11087 (Table 1) is a low-richness assemblage dominated by this large (up to 95.5 mm length, 79.25 mm width) gastropod (Figure 1).
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Parmi eux figurent des fragments de doliums
, des amphores (des jarres antiques), des lampes a huile, des fragments de ceramique et de tuiles, des pieces de monnaie en bronze, ainsi que divers objets en terre cuite.