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Devonian of East Asia
The Devonian is widespread in East Asia and represented by all three series.
The Devonian of East Asia may be mainly differentiated into two categories: stable continental domain deposits and mobile intercontinental domain deposits.
On the basis of different composition and thickness, the Devonian of East Asia may be separated into thirteen regions: Siberia; Mongolo-Sayan; Verkhoyansk-Chukotsk; Taimyr; Junggar- Hinggan; Southern Tianshan; North China-Tarim; Kunlun- Qinling; Xizang (Tibet); South China; Western Yunnan- Indochina; Himalaya; and West Pacific Island Arcs.
Study of the fauna permits discrimination of five paleobiogeographical provinces, all belonging to the Old World Realm. They are: Palaeotethyan; Uralo-Tianshan; Arctic; Junggar-Hinggan; and South China.
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