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Epibionts on upper Eifelian crinoid columnals from the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
Most of 378 upper Eifelian crinoid columnals collected from the lower part of Skaly Beds in the Holy Cross Mountains display traces of borings produced by endobionts, but only approximately 20% ofExpand
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Crinoid assemblages in the Polish Givetian and Frasnian
Givetian and Frasnian crinoid faunas of the Holy Cross Mts and Silesia-Cracow Region are arranged in fourteen assemblages. Their diversity decreases generally from northern to southern regionsExpand
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The Lower Muschelkalk crinoids from Raciborowice, North-Sudetic Basin, SW Poland
Five Middle Triassic crinoid taxa: Eckicrinus radiatus (Schauroth, 1859), Holocrinus acutangulus (Meyer, 1847), H. dubius (Goldfuss, 1831), Dadocrinus sp. and Encrinidae gen. et sp. indet., from theExpand
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On microstructures of columnaIs of some Paleozoic crinoids
Scanning electron microscope was used to study columnals of crinoids of Pisocrinus (?) costatus (Shevchenko), Schyschcatocrinus sp., Cyclocaudiculus gracilis Gluchowski, Rhysocamax cristata Moore etExpand
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Reassessing the improbability of a muscular crinoid stem
Muscular articulations in modern stalked crinoids are only present in the arms. Although it has been suggested that certain coiled-stemmed fossil taxa may have been functionally adapted to utilizeExpand
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Skeletal microstructure of uintacrinoid crinoids and inferences about their mode of life
Uintacrinoids (Uintacrinoidea) are among the most bizarre of all the crinoids. These stratigraphically important Late Cretaceous crinoids are characterized by an atypical large stalkless globular cupExpand
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Crinoids from the Famennian of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
Disarticulated crinoid columnals and pluricolumnals from the Famennian of the Holy Cross area were analysed. Sixteen crinoid taxa were distinguished, only one of which is based on stems attributed toExpand
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Disarticulated crinoid stems from the Devonian and Carboniferous of north Devon, England
SUMMARY Fourteen stem-based crinoid taxa from the Devonian and Carboniferous of north Devon are described. Salairocrinus cf. kervenensis Le Menn, is from the Givetian Ilfracombe Beds at Combe Martin,Expand
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