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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> 96 surface samples from the Cenomanian—Turonian succession of Gebel Nezzazat, southwestern Sinai, Egypt were examined for ostracods. 45 species and varieties have been recognised with one new species <i>?Pterygocythere bisulcata</i> sp.nov. and four left in open nomenclature. Most species have been recorded in rocks of the same age in the Middle East and North Africa, and some from West Africa, Europe and South America suggesting biogeographic relationships betweendoi:10.1144/jm.10.2.133 fatcat:s32irxwnfrahzbdo24u5ddhdza