Stephanian The uppermost series in the Silesian (Upper Carboniferous) of Europe, underlain by the Westphalian, dated at 305–290 Ma and roughly contemporaneous with the uppermost Moscovian, Kasimovian, and Gzelian Series. Originally, the lower part of the Stephanian was known as Westphalian E.
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