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Middle Miocene (Badenian) brachiopods from the southern slopes of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland
Rich brachiopod assemblage of the Middle Miocene (Badenian) deposits from the southern slopes of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland, includes 17 species belonging to 14 genera (2 inarticulateExpand
Brachiopods from the Korytnica basin (Middle Miocene; Holy Cross Mountains, Poland)
Within the brachiopod assemblage collected from the Korytnica basin (Middle Miocene) on the southern slopes of the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland, diverse species of the genera LingulaExpand
Brachiopod genus Cryptopora Jeffreys from the Miocene deposits of the Lublin Upland
Three species of the brachiopod genus Cryptopora Jeffreys are described from the Middle Miocene (Badenian) sands of the Lublin Upland, eastern Poland. The form of their deltidial plates resemblesExpand
Representatives of •the genus Coenothyris DOUVILLE, 1879, from the Terebratula Bed (Upper Muschelkalk) of the Holy Cross Mts, Central Poland
Studies on the morphology of abundant coenothyrid brachiopods from the Terebratula Bed (Upper Muschelkalk) of the Holy Cross Mts, Central Poland, show that the assemblage is composed of two separateExpand
Brachiopods from Terebratula Bed from the Upper Muschelkalk in the Grotów P-11 borehole (SW Poland)
Morphologic studies on the brachiopod assemblage from the Terebratula Bed from the Upper Muschelkalk in the Grotow P-11 borehole showed the occurrence of Cocnothyris vulgaris (Schlolheim), C.Expand
Some Terebratulida (Brachiopoda) from the Muschelkalk sediments in the Holy Cross Mts.
Results of the studies on morphology of some Terebratulida from the Muschelkalk sediments from the border of the Holy Cross Mts. have been presented. It has been stated basing on the analysis of theExpand
Middle Triassic juvenile terebratulids Angustothyris angustaefortmis (Boeckh) from the Żebrak borehole, eastern Poland
Four early early stage of brachidium development are recognizable in juvenile terebratulids attributable to the species Angustothyris angustaeformis (Bgeckh) from the Middle Triassic (LowerExpand
Eocene brachiopods from Wola Łużańska and Skalniki in•the Central•Carpathians
An assemblage of articulated brachiopods from the Upper Eocene Menilitic Series of the vicinity of Wola Łuzanska and Skalniki (Central Carpathians, Poland), consist of small forms of·the generaExpand