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Remarks on the evolution Of Ordovician conodonts
Introduction Principles of taxonomy of conodonts The course of the phylogeny Organization of the "apparatus" of branching conodonts Affinities of Conodontophorida The outline of evolution ofExpand
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Conodont biostratigraphy and paleogeographical relations of the Ordovician Mójcza Limestone (Holly Cross MTS, Poland)
The presence of Ordovician conodont zones from the Late Arenigian (Middle Kunda stage) to the Late Caradocian has been indicated in 8 m thick M6jcza Limestone (Holy Cross Mts, Poland). The conodontExpand
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Possible ctenophoran affinities of the precambrian “sea‐pen” Rangea
  • J. Dzik
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of morphology
  • 1 June 2002
The Namibian Kuibis Quartzite fossils of Rangea are preserved three‐dimensionally owing to incomplete collapse of the soft tissues under the load of instantaneously deposited sand. The process ofExpand
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Behavioral and anatomical unity of the earliest burrowing animals and the cause of the “Cambrian explosion”
Abstract All interpretable trace fossils from the Ediacarian–Cambrian transition strata of northern Siberia, Ukraine, and elsewhere represent shelters of infaunal animals feeding from the sedimentExpand
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A Dicynodont-Theropod Association in the Latest Triassic of Poland
It is generally accepted that during the Triassic the composi− tion of tetrapod faunas underwent a series of fundamental transformations, mainly as a result of diversification of archosaurs andExpand
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The stratigraphically complete and extremely fossiliferous geological sections in the Holy Cross Mountains and Sudetes, Poland, cover the whole history of the Famennian tropical high−diversityExpand
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Anatomical Information Content in the Ediacaran Fossils and Their Possible Zoological Affinities1
  • J. Dzik
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Integrative and comparative biology
  • 1 February 2003
Abstract Various modes of preservation of Ediacaran fossils in different sediments, quartz sand at Zimnie Gory in northern Russia and lime mud at Khorbusuonka in northern Yakutia, show that theExpand
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Emergence and collapse of the Frasnian conodont and ammonoid communities in the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
The dominant factor in faunal succession of conodonts in the Frasnian of Poland is the apparent immigration of species originating allopatrically in other regions. Each immigration event usuallyExpand
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