The Khok Kruat Formation is a rock formation found in northeastern Thailand. It is one of the formations of the Khorat Group and is the youngest formation in the group. It is of Aptian stage (Early Cretaceous), and is notable for its fossils of dinosaurs. It is equivalent to the Gres superieurs Formation of Laos. The group is a fluvial formation consisting primarily of red siltstones and sandstones.

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  • The Khok Kruat Formation is a rock formation found in northeastern Thailand. It is one of the formations of the Khorat Group and is the youngest formation in the group. It is of Aptian stage (Early Cretaceous), and is notable for its fossils of dinosaurs. It is equivalent to the Gres superieurs Formation of Laos. The group is a fluvial formation consisting primarily of red siltstones and sandstones. (en)
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  • Early Cretaceous
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  • Khok Kruat Formation
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  • The Khok Kruat Formation is a rock formation found in northeastern Thailand. It is one of the formations of the Khorat Group and is the youngest formation in the group. It is of Aptian stage (Early Cretaceous), and is notable for its fossils of dinosaurs. It is equivalent to the Gres superieurs Formation of Laos. The group is a fluvial formation consisting primarily of red siltstones and sandstones. (en)
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  • Khok Kruat Formation (en)
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