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Phylogeny of calcareous dinoflagellates as inferred from ITS and ribosomal sequence data.
An armoured Cambrian lobopodian from China with arthropod-like appendages
D. cactiformis is described as an ‘armoured’ lobopodian from the Chengjiang fossil Lagerstätte (Cambrian Stage 3), Yunnan, southwestern China, remarkable for possessing robust and probably sclerotized appendages, with what appear to be articulated elements.
Early Cambrian palaeobiogeography of the Zhenba–Fangxian Block (South China): Independent terrane or part of the Yangtze Platform?
Phylogeny of the aptychi‐possessing Neoammonoidea (Aptychophora nov., Cephalopoda)
The results indicate that the aptychi-possessing ammonoids form a monophylum for which the informal name Aptychophora nov is proposed, and that the quadrilobate primary suture of the ‘Ancyloceratina’ must have evolved more than once by reduction from an ancestral quinquelobatePrimary suture.
A molecular phylogeny of Scrippsiella sensu lato (Calciodinellaceae, Dinophyta) with interpretations on morphology and distribution
To attach importance to the cyst diversity present in calcareous dinoflagellates, a segregation of Scrippsiella sensu lato into four well-recognizable and monophyletic groups is proposed, corresponding to more- or less-established taxonomic units.
Establishing an Agenda for Calcareous Dinoflagellate Research (Thoracosphaeraceae, Dinophyceae) including a nomenclatural synopsis of generic names
Calcareous dinoflagellates are considered to be a monophyletic group of peridinoid taxa that have the potential to produce calcified exoskeletal structures during the life cycle, or that derive fro the fossil record through “cell reprograming”.
Geological history of the Southern Franconian Alb – the area of the Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone
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…
Taphonomic traits of clay-hosted early Cambrian Burgess Shale-type fossil Lagerstätten in South China
Cephalopod jaws from the Middle Jurassic of central Russia
Three-dimensionally preserved ammonoid and coleoid jaw elements are described from the Lower Callovian of the Unzha-river region. Isolated praestriaptychi are attributed to the kosmoceratid ammonites…