The materials described in this paper were collected from the Jilong formation and Qubuerga formation (Permian) on the northern slope of Mount Qomolangma Feng (Jolmo Lungma). The marine fauna of Jilong formation comprises corals, brachiopods, pelecypods, trilobites and radiolarians. Brachiopods are more abundant and amount to 8 genera and 8 species, including 2 new species. This fauna shows a strong affinity with that of Umaria Marine bed of India Peninsula and with that of the pebble slate of Lhunzhub xian, Xizang. It is quite distinct from the ’Tyloplecta’ richthofeni Chao assemblage of the basal Permian in southern and western China.More than twenty-five species of corals, bryzoans and brachiopods had been described from the lower and middle parts of the Qubuerga formation. Recently, 2 species of pelecypods and a single species of gastropoda were discovered from the upper part of the Qubuerga formation; a new species of ammonites Uraloceras xi-zangense has been obtained probably from the lower and middle parts of the Qubuerga formation. Based on the faunal evidences mentioned above, the age of the Qubuerga formation is briefly discussed.
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. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL OF ANIMAL FOSSILS FROM THE PERMIAN DEPOSITS ON THE NORTHERN SLOPE OF MOUNT QOMOLANGMA FENG[J]. Chinese Journal of Geology, 1977, 12(3): 236-249.