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Unfortunately, the quality of Figure 6 in this paper, which was published in volume 47, issue 4, on pp. 851–881, was affected during typesetting and printing. Please find the figure reproduced at a higher quality below. The publisher apologizes for this error.

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Figure 6.  (a and b) Large foraminiferan–bryozoan facies. (a) Bioclastic grainstone. Fragmented bryozoans and clypeasterid echinoids with crab claws, coralline red algae and abundant large benthic foraminiferans (mostly Operculina and Amphistegina). Facies FB-1, Glenforslan Formation, Noll Road (section 14). Coin approximately 1 cm diameter. (b) Bryozoan rudstone pod, facies FB-2, Glenforslan Formation, Blanchetown (section 12). Coin is 1·5 cm in diameter. (c and d) Echinoid–bryozoan facies. (c) Echinoid–bryozoan floatstone facies (EB-4a) with abundant infaunal echinoids. Lower Mannum Formation, Devon Downs (section 5). Hammer head is approximately 15 cm in length. (d) Thalassinoides burrows (arrow) filled with echinoids (Lovenia, Monostychia, Eupatagus), pectinid bivalves and bryozoans. Facies EB-4b, upper Mannum Formation, Devon Downs (section 5). Coin is 1·5 cm in diameter.

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