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Fish, the world's first true vertebrates, continued to evolve, and those with jaws may have first appeared late in the period. About 100 times as many meteorites struck the Earth per year during the Ordovician compared with today.
The Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event considerably increased the diversity of life.
It correlates well with the occurrence of widespread graptolite, conodont, and trilobite species.
The base (start) of the Tremadocian allows scientists to relate these species not only to each other, but also to species that occur with them in other areas.
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The Floian corresponds to the lower Arenig; the Arenig continues until the early Darriwilian, subsuming the Dapingian.
The Llanvirn occupies the rest of the Darriwilian, and terminates with it at the base of the Late Ordovician.It lasted for about 42 million years and ended with the Ordovician–Silurian extinction event, about 443.8 Mya (ICS, 2004) which wiped out 60% of marine genera.The dates given are recent radiometric dates and vary slightly from those found in other sources.You will find here a list of Bed and Breakfast (Band B) accommodation establishments throughout the Brecon Beacons Bed and Breakfast (B&Bs) given below are a selection we can recommend to give you unforgettable memories of your vacation to one of the most beautiful regions in Wales and the UK.The prices indicated are a guide and are based on two people sharing a room per night including breakfast For more information about each of the establishments listed simply click on the name of the Bed and Breakfast or Guest House.The Ordovician, named after the Celtic tribe of the Ordovices, was defined by Charles Lapworth in 1879 to resolve a dispute between followers of Adam Sedgwick and Roderick Murchison, who were placing the same rock beds in northern Wales into the Cambrian and Silurian systems, respectively.