Dynamics of sedimentary basins and underlying lithosphere at plate boundaries: The Eastern Mediterranean
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[1] (A) Reef limestones found near the Androlykou quarry (35°0′0.91N; 32°23′7.70E); (B) Photograph showing corals that are probably in place; (C) Photograph showing coral fragments in a boundstone; [2] (A) Photograph showing a studied outcrop of reef front deposits in the Pegeia region (34°53′27.35N, 32°21′56.77E); (B) Photomicrograph (PPL – Plane Polarized) of a packstone to grainstone with benthic foraminifera ([1] red algae cross-section; [2] crinoids; [3] Lepidocyclina; [4] miliolids) (C) Photomicrographs (PPL – Plane Polarized) of (C) Packstone with medium to low porosity; [3] (A) Studied outcrop of open shelf deposits (Fa 3A) in the Pegeia region (34°53′10.57″N; 23°20′52.2″E); (B) Wackestone with some bioturbation; (C, D) Photomicrographs (PPL – Plane Polarized) of (C) Packstone with medium to low porosity ([2] crinoids; [3] Lepidocyclina; [6] Globigerina planktonic foraminifera); (D) Packstone with benthic foraminifera ([3] Lepidocyclina; [4] miliolids; [5] red algae).

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