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FIGURE 1. Geographical location of the Capo Milazzo Peninsula.

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FIGURE 2. The yellow Gelasian calcareous sandy-silts resting unconformably on the Tortonian conglomerate.

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FIGURE 3. The Tortonian conglomerate formed as a result of the fragmentation of the underlying metamorphic rocks of the “Calabride Complex.”

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FIGURE 4. Nemoceratina (Pariceratina) barrieri n. sp. 4.1, Left valve, Paratype PMC. O 30P 30/7/2013, external lateral view (scale bar 200 μm). 4.2, Right valve, Paratype PMC. O 31P 30/7/2013, external lateral view (scale bar 200 μm). 4.3, Left valve, Paratype PMC. O 32P 30/7/2013, external lateral view (scale bar 200 μm). 4.4, Right valve, Holotype PMC. O 9H 30/7/2013, external dorsal view (scale bar 200 μm). 4.5, Left valves, Paratypes PMC. O 30P 30/7/2013, external dorsal view partially slanting (scale bar 200 μm). 4.6, Left valves, Paratypes PMC. O 32P 30/7/2013, external dorsal view partially slanting (scale bar 200 μm). 4.7, Right valve, Paratype PMC. O 33P 30/7/2013, internal lateral view (scale bar 200 μm). 4.8, Right valve, Paratype Paratype PMC. O 33P 30/7/2013, internal lateral view, detail of the anterior marginal area (scale bar 100 μm). 4.9, External lateral view, Paratypes PMC. O 32P 30/7/2013, normal pores (scale bar 10 μm). 4.10, Right valve, Paratype Paratype PMC. O 33P 30/7/2013, internal lateral view, detail of the posterior marginal area (scale bar 50 μm). 4.11, Right valve, Paratype PMC. O 34P 30/7/2013, internal lateral view, partially slanting (scale bar 200 μm). 4.12, External lateral view, Paratypes PMC. O 32P 30/7/2013, normal pores (scale bar 10 μm).

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