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Campanian and Maastrichtian mosasaurid reptiles from central Poland
Isolated marginal teeth and tooth crowns of Late Campanian and Late Maastrichtian mosasaurid reptiles (Squamata, Platynota) from the Wisla River valley area, central Poland, are described and
Middle Miocene coralgal facies at Maksymivka near Ternopil (Ukraine) : a preliminary account
A peculiar coralgal facies is recognized in the Lviv-Ternopil region, Ukraine, from the northern shores of the Middle Miocene (Badenian) Fore-Carpathian Basin. Its complex structure is dominated by
The Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary in Central Poland
Paleomagnetic stratigraphy coupled with dinocyst biostratigraphy demonstrates in the Nasil6w Quarry (topmost part of the well-known mid- and Upper Cretaceous sequence exposed along the Middle Vistula
Additional data on the organic communities and facies development of the Korytnica basin (Middle Miocene; Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland)
The results of new investigations on the diverse groups of fossils from the world-famous Korytnica Clays and associated deposits extend the previous recognition of the organic communities and its
Myzostomid and copepod infestation of Jurassic echinoderms: A general approach, some new occurrences, and/or re-interpretation of previous reports
A study of diverse cysts developed on fossil echinoderms from Poland results in the recognition that these on Late Jurassic crinoid stems are attributable to the life activity of myzostomidan
The Miocene Hagenør-Børup sequence at Lillebælt (Denmark): its biogenic structures and depositional environment
The paper presents the results of chemical, mineralogical and trace-fossil analyses of the lower Miocene sequence exposed at Hagenor and Brorup at the Lillebaelt Coast in southern Jylland, Denmark.
A new occurrence of sharks in the Menilite Formation (Lower Oligocene) from the Outer (Flysch) Carpathians of Poland
Two newly recognized sections (jamna dolna 2 and wola Czudecka) of the Lower Oligocene Menilite shales (Menilite Formation) in the Polish Outer (Flysch) Carpathians have recently yielded a small
A contribution to the knowledge of Miocene Elasmobranchii from Pinczow (Poland)
Collecting the fauna from the Miocene sediments on the southern margin of the Holy Cross Mountains (G6ry Swietokrzyskie), the present author found many remains of the elasmobranch fishes, occurring
A new species of inarticulate brachiopods, Discinisca polonica sp. n., from the Korytnica Basin (Middle Miocene; Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland)
The new species, the dorsal valves of which are characterized by their small size, low-conical to strongly and irregularly depressed shape, and by the distinct robbing, bears some similarities both to the species D. scutellum from the contemporaneous deposits of the Vienna Basin and to some Recent species typical on the Indo-Pacific realm.