faunal stageincludes most of the Late Llanwirn.
geologic timescale, the Darriwilian is the age of the Middle Ordovicianepoch of the Ordovicianperiod of the Paleozoicera of the Phanerozoiceon that is comprehended between 468.1 ± 1.6 Ma and 460.9 ± 1.6 Ma (million years ago), approximately. Ordovician_Footer
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