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  • adj. Of a geologic epoch within the Permian period from about 270 to 260 million years ago; marked by the presence of gymnosperms.
  • n. The Guadalupian epoch.

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  • The so-called Guadalupian Mass Extinction, devastating marine life around the world, was preceded by massive eruptions in the Emeishan geological province of Southwest China, researchers led by Paul Wignall of Britain's University of Leeds report in Friday's edition of the journal Science.

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  • Researchers say the so-called Guadalupian Mass Extinction, which devastated marine life around the world, was preceded by massive eruptions.

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  • The so-called Guadalupian Mass Extinction, devastating marine life around the world, was preceded by massive eruptions in the Emeishan geological province of Southwest China, researchers led by Paul Wignall, of Britain's University of Leeds, report in Friday's edition of the journal Science.

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  • Leonardian and Guadalupian (Permian) Conodont Biostraligraphy in

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  • Leonardian and Guadalupian (Permian) Conodont Biostraligraphy in Western and Southwestern United States.

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