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Depositional Rec. 2023;00:1–7.

DOI: 10.1002/dep2.254


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cently published paper. The exchange of ideas, data and interpretation improves our knowledge and is the right way to discuss science's advances. This reply considers the points raised by Azerêdo et al. (2023) and Schneider et al. (2023). In both manuscripts, these authors raised many issues about sedimentological and stratigraphic aspects that can be separated into two groups: (a) those related to the age of the studied succession; and (b) those assigning the studied succession to the Candeeiros Formation.