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Systematic List of Fossil Decapod Crustacean Species
This chapter discusses the classification of the fossil decapod crustaceans and some of the conventions employed within the text.
Jurassic climate mode governed by ocean gateway
A new large high-quality oxygen-isotope dataset is presented from an interval that includes previously suggested mode transitions, and it is hypothesized that northward oceanic heat transport was impeded by uplift, triggering Cool Mode conditions more widely.
Mineralization of soft-part anatomy and invading microbes in the horseshoe crab Mesolimulus from the Upper Jurassic Lagerstätte of Nusplingen, Germany
A remarkable specimen of Mesolimulus from the Upper Jurassic (Kimmeridgian) of Nusplingen, Germany, preserves the musculature of the prosoma and associated microbes in three dimensions in calcium
A rich cynodont fauna of Santa Cruz do Sul, Santa Maria Formation (Middle-Late Triassic), southern Brazil
A new Triassic vertebrate fauna, known from over 100 specimens, is dominated by non-mammalian cynodonts.Three specimens represent sectorial- toothed chiniquodontids, while thirty-nine are
The origin of Jurassic reefs: Current research developments and results
SummaryIn order to elucidate the control of local, regional and global factors on occurrence, distribution and character of Jurassic reefs, reefal settings of Mid and Late Jurassic age from
Decapods (Crustacea: Brachyura) from the Jurassic of Germany and Lithuania, with descriptions of new species of Planoprosopon and Tanidromites
A Callovian erratic boulder from Pleistocene glacial drift deposits of NE Germany yielded a ‘prosopid’ crab, which is described here as a new species of the genus Planoprosopon, which represents the first unequivocal record of Planoposopon from the Middle Jurassic and thus one of the stratigraphically oldest records of this genus.
New genera and species of shrimps ( Crustacea : Decapoda : Dendrobranchiata , Caridea ) from the Upper Jurassic lithographic limestones of S Germany
4 new genera and 8 new species of natant decapod crustaceans are recorded and described and it is assumed that they mostly had an epibenthic lifestyle in various shallow marine habitats in the more distant surroundings of the lagoons where the lithographic limestones were deposited.