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Anthropoquinas: First description of plastics and other man-made materials in recently formed coastal sedimentary rocks in the southern hemisphere.
Plastic, as a "flagship species", represents how deeply humans impact the environment. Although scarce, the presence of plastic and other anthropogenic materials in rocks has already been reported inExpand
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Tetrapod tracks in Permo–Triassic eolian beds of southern Brazil (Paraná Basin)
Tetrapod tracks in eolianites are widespread in the fossil record since the late Paleozoic. Among these ichnofaunas, the ichnogenus Chelichnus is the most representative of the Permian tetrapodExpand
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Tetrapod ichnotaxonomy in eolian paleoenvironments (Coconino and De Chelly formations, Arizona) and late Cisuralian (Permian) sauropsid radiation
Abstract The tetrapod footprint record of Permian eolian environments has long been underestimated because of overall poor preservation and its apparent monospecifity. The best known and mostExpand
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Invertebrate traces in pseudo–coprolites from the upper Cretaceous Marília Formation (Bauru Group), Minas Gerais State, Brazil
Abstract Pseudo–coprolites are inorganic structures often confused with fossil faeces. The absence of some diagnostic features, such as inclusions, coprofabrics, grain adhesion, and defined shape,Expand
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Extending the database of Permian palaeo-wildfire on Gondwana: Charcoal remains from the Rio do Rasto Formation (Paraná Basin), Middle Permian, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil
Abstract Macroscopic charcoal has been recovered from a bonebed from the Barro Alto outcrop, Middle Permian (Guadalupian), Rio do Rasto Formation, in the southernmost part of the Parana Basin,Expand
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A MIDDLE PERMIAN (ROADIAN) LUNGFISH AESTIVATION BURROW FROM THE RIO DO RASTO FORMATION (PARANÁ BASIN, BRAZIL) AND ASSOCIATED U-Pb DATING
Abstract The Permian Rio do Rasto Formation (Paraná Basin) crops out in southern Brazil and was deposited under fluvio-lacustrine settings. A singular outcrop located in the Aceguá municipality (RioExpand
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Paleoecological and taphonomical aspects of the Late Miocene vertebrate coprolites (Urumaco Formation) of Venezuela
Abstract Coprolites (fossil feces) provide important paleoecological information, such as diet of the producer, parasite infestation and gut microbiota, which cannot be accessed through body remains.Expand
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Dinosaur ichnofauna of the Upper Jurassic/Lower Cretaceous of the Paraná Basin (Brazil and Uruguay)
Abstract Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous sedimentary layers are represented in the Brazilian Parana Basin by the fluvio–aeolian Guara Formation and the Botucatu Formation palaeoerg, respectively,Expand
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A fresh look at ancient dungs: the Brazilian Triassic coprolites revisited
Terrestrial tetrapod coprolites are abundant in the Middle to Late Triassic of southern Brazil, but only few specimens have been described in just a couple of papers. Here we revisit theExpand
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The oldest archosauromorph from South America: postcranial remains from the Guadalupian (mid-Permian) Rio do Rasto Formation (Paraná Basin), southern Brazil
Abstract In this contribution, we report a distal portion of a left humerus that likely belongs to an indeterminate basal archosauromorph from the Guadalupian (mid-Permian) Rio do Rastro FormationExpand
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