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Palynology and sequence stratigraphy of three Devonian rock units in the Apucarana Sub-basin (Paraná Basin, south Brazil): Additional data and correlation
The classical Devonian rock units in the Apucarana Sub-basin (Parana Basin), i.e. Ponta Grossa shales, Tibagi sandstones and Sao Domingos shales were defined by Oliveira (1912) and Bodziak and MaackExpand
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The first recorded decline of the Malvinokaffric Devonian fauna in the Paraná Basin (southern Brazil) and its cause; taphonomic and fossil evidences
Abstract The first recorded decline of the Malvinokaffric Devonian fauna in the Parana Basin, south Brazil, occurred between early and early late Emsian. The event is recognized on biostratigraphicExpand
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Remarks on sequence stratigraphy and taphonomy of the Malvinokaffric shelly fauna during the KAČÁK Event in the Apucarana Sub-basin (Paraná Basin), Brazil
The Eifelian–Givetian (Middle Devonian) transition constituted an important paleoenvironmental event for the Malvinokaffric Realm in the Apucarana Sub-basin (Paraná Basin). This study highlightsExpand
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A MARINE CONNECTION BETWEEN PARNAÍBA AND PARANÁ BASINS DURING THE EIFELIAN/GIVETIAN TRANSITION: REVIEW AND NEW DATA
A long-lived marine seaway between the Parnaiba and Parana basins occurred during a global marine transgression between Brazilian intracratonic basins (except for the Solimoes Basin) in the latestExpand
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An earliest Givetian “Lilliput Effect” in the Paraná Basin, and the collapse of the Malvinokaffric shelly fauna
An earliest Givetian “Lilliput Effect” at Sítio Wolff and São Bento in the Paraná Basin occurred after an extinction event, possibly related to the latest Eifelian KAČÁK Event. The MalvinokaffricExpand
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Ocorrência de fenótipos subnormais no limite Neoeifeliano/Eogivetiano, Tibagi, estado do Paraná: implicações tafonômicas e paleossinecológicas
Resumo: Registra-se aqui a ocorrencia de fenotipos com dimensoes subnormais de invertebrados marinhos fosseis na passagem Neoeifeliano/Eogivetiano (Devoniano). Estes fosseis representam uma faunaExpand
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THE FURNAS/PONTA GROSSA CONTACT AND THE AGE OF THE LOWERMOST PONTA GROSSA FORMATION IN THE APUCARANA SUB-BASIN (PARANÁ BASIN, BRAZIL): INTEGRATED PALYNOLOGICAL AGE DETERMINATION
The Furnas/Ponta Grossa Formation contact was until recently considered gradational or abrupt and of a Lochkovian to Pragian age in the Apucarana Sub-basin (Parana Basin, south Brazil). Based onExpand
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Sequence stratigraphy and taphonomic signatures of marine invertebrates: A Devonian (Pragian/Eifelian) example of the Paraná Basin, Brazil
Abstract The latest Pragian to the early Eifelian succession of the Devonian of the eastern border of the Parana Basin (Brazil) is approached integrating taphonomy and sequence stratigraphy,Expand
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Middle Devonian herbaceous lycopsid Haplostigma from the Paraná Basin, Brazil: Taxonomy, biostratigraphy and Phytogeography
Abstract Most paleobotanical records from the Middle Devonian consist of stems of herbaceous lycopsids. This group of vascular plants has a fossil record longer than any other group, extending fromExpand
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Early Devonian (Late Emsian) shark fin remains (Chondrichthyes) from the Paraná Basin, southern Brazil.
We report on the pioneering discovery of Devonian fish remains in the Paraná Basin, which represents the southernmost record of fishes from that period in mainland South America. The material comesExpand
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