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Late Triassic spinicaudatan crustaceans from Southwestern Poland
An assemblage of well-preserved spinicaudatan crustaceans ('conchostracans') is described from lacustrine late Carnian claystone at Krasiejow in southwestern Poland. Their shell microstructure isExpand
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The 'Orsten': more than a Cambrian Konservat-Lagerstätte yielding exceptional preservation
In several areas of southern Sweden, limestone nodules, locally called Orsten occur within bituminous alum shales. Theseshales and nodules were deposited under dysoxic conditions at the bottom ofExpand
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Shell structure of the entomozoaceans: allegedly planktonic ostracodes of the Palaeozoic
The prominent external ornamentation of the entomozoacean shells arises from the thin outer layer. The much thicker and structurally complicated inner layer is rarely well preserved. ThreeExpand
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Morphology and affinities of Eridostracina: Palaeozoic ostracods with moult retention
Ostracods are by far the most abundant living group of arthropods in the fossil record. Traditionally, eridostracines were classified as members of the Class Ostracoda. They have also been consideredExpand
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Changes in benthic ostacod assemblages across the Devonian-Carboniferous boudary in the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
The Kowala section situated in the southern part of the Holy Cross Mountains represents continuous sedimentation in almost the same facies across the Devonian-Carboniferous (D-C) transition. The D-CExpand
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Ambient inclusion trails in Palaeozoic crustaceans (Phosphatocopina and Ostracoda)
Abstract Hollow microtubular structures with pyrite grains at their termini have been found in phosphatocopines (Hesslandona toreborgensis and Hesslandona cf. angustata) from the late Cambrian ofExpand
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Lower Carboniferous ostracodes of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
Forty four Tournaisian and Lower Visean ostracode species from the SW Holy Cross Mts (Gory Świetokrzyskie) have been identified, including two new ones: Graphiadactylloideas slowikensis sp.n. andExpand
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A family-level classification of the Order Microconchida (Class Tentaculita) and the description of two new microconchid genera
Abstract A family-level classification of microconchid tubeworms (Order Microconchida, Class Tentaculita) is proposed here for the first time. Based on distinct tube microstructure and/or tubeExpand
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Ostracods and rock facies of the Early and Middle Frasnian at Devils Gate in Nevada: Relationship to the Alamo Event.
In order to document the Alamo Event and to investigate its influence on shallow−marine environments, we undertook a study of ostracods, conodonts, and analysis of the sedimentology of the lowerExpand
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