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Cambrian chaetognaths recognized in Burgess Shale fossils
Oesia disjuncta, one of the species of the soft−bodied fauna collected and described by Walcott (1911) from the Middle Cambrian Phyllopod Bed (Burgess Shale, British Columbia, Canada) is recognizedExpand
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Carbon isotope stratigraphy across the Silurian–Devonian transition in Podolia, Ukraine: evidence for a global biogeochemical perturbation
Abstract The carbon and oxygen isotope composition of marine carbonates (δ13C and δ18O, respectively) are studied in the fossiliferous, stratigraphically well-constrained and remarkably expandedExpand
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Jaw apparatuses of the Ordovician and Silurian polychaetes from the Mielnik borehole
Fifteen jaw apparatuses of polychaetes from the Ordovician and Silurian of the Mielnik boring on the Bug are described. They include eight known species, three species identified to the generic levelExpand
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POLYCHAETE JAW APPARATUSES AND SCOLECODONTS FROM THE UPPER DEVONIAN OF POLAND
From FrasniaJIl strata pierced by the Opole Lubelskie borehole in the sQuth-eaiStel'n Poland, 10 polychaete jaw apparatuses are des'cl'ibed. For these ap­ paratuses, 7 new ,species aJnd 3 new generaExpand
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Phosphatised olenid trilobites and associated fauna from the Upper Cambrian of Vastergotland, Sweden
Ahlberg, P., Szaniawski, H., Clarkson, E.N.K., and Bengtson, S. 2005. Phosphatised olenid trilobites and associated fauna from the Upper Cambrian of Vastergotland, Sweden. Acta PalaeontologicaExpand
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Faunal Dynamics Across the Silurian—Devonian Positive Isotope Excursions (&dgr;13C, &dgr;18O) in Podolia, Ukraine: Comparative Analysis of the Ireviken and Klonk Events
Two global isotopic events, the early Sheinwoodian (early Wenlock) and that at the Silurian—Devonian transition, have been comprehensively studied in representative carbonate successions atExpand
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Lochkovian Conodonts from Podolia, Ukraine, and their Stratigraphic Significance
In the Podolian Dniester Basin (southwestern Ukraine) the Lower Devonian marine deposits are represented by about 530 m thick continuous sequence of interlaminated carbonate and schale outcrops atExpand
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Early Devonian Scolecodonts from Podolia, Ukraine
One of the most fossiliferous and thickest sections of the marine Lower Devonian deposits was, for the first time investigated for the content of polychaete jaws (= scolecodonts). They areExpand
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Hartmaniellidae - living fossils among polychaetes
The jaw apparatus of the Recent eunicoid polychaete Hartmaniella erecta is closely similar to those of the Mesozoic species of Palurites. It is concluded ttrat the family Hartmaniellidae originatedExpand
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Some Mesozoic scolecodonts congeneric with Recent forms
The principles of comparing the jaws of the fossil and Recent polychaetes are here discussed. A Jurassic jaw apparatus is described and assigned to the Recent genus Ophryotrocha . Other jaws ofExpand
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