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Tetrapod trackways from the early Middle Devonian period of Poland
The fossil record of the earliest tetrapods (vertebrates with limbs rather than paired fins) consists of body fossils and trackways. The earliest body fossils of tetrapods date to the Late DevonianExpand
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The Upper Givetian (Middle Devonian) Subterminus Conodont Zone in North America, Europe and North Africa
Abstract Late Givetian and early Frasnian conodont communities with Icriodus subterminus have been revised on the basis of collections from Iowa (USA), the Boulonnais and the Ardennes (northernExpand
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Controls on migration of conodont fauna in peripheral oceanic areas. An example from the Middle Triassic of the Northern Peri-Tethys
Abstract Middle Triassic conodont assemblages in the semi-closed Peri-Tethyan Germanic Basin comprise endemic forms, which evolved within the basin, and immigrants from the Tethys Ocean. MigrationExpand
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Conodont biostratigraphy of shallow marine Givetian deposits from the Radom-Lublin area, SE Poland
Detailed conodont data were obtained from 66 samples in 9 deep wells representative of three palaeogeographic regions of the Mid Devonian epicontinental basin of southeastern Poland: (1) the elevatedExpand
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Palaeoenvironments of the Eifelian dolomites with earliest tetrapod trackways (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland)
Abstract The Eifelian dolomites in the Zachelmie Quarry (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland) contain trackways and tracks of tetrapods 390–391 Ma old, and thus the oldest known so far. The environments ofExpand
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Conodont biostratigraphy of the Muschelkalk (Middle Triassic) in the central part of the Polish Lowlands
Conodonts have been found in the Muschelkalk intervals in seven deep wells located in the central part of the Polish Middle Triassic basin. Total number of 80 specimens has been ascribed to 18Expand
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Devonian events: examples from the eastern Palaeotethys (Si Phai section, NE Vietnam)
Recent study of Middle to Upper Devonian deposits in the Dong Van area, northeast Vietnam, has revealed new, more detailed information of both the stratigraphic record of the Si Phai section andExpand
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The mid-Frasnian subsidence pulse in the Lublin Basin (SE Poland): sedimentary record, conodont biostratigraphy and regional significance
Most of the thickness of Frasnian sediments in the central segment of the Lublin Basin, i.e. up to 300 metres, is represented by a single transgressive-regressive Cycle VIa, developed in theExpand
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Biostratigraphical correlation of spore and conodont zonations within Givetian and ?Frasnian of the Lublin area (SE Poland)
Givetian and ?Frasnian spores associated with conodont elements occur in two boreholes in the Lublin area allowing definition of the stratigraphical relationship of the first appearance or lastExpand
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