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The molluscan fauna of the Eocene Lillebælt Clay, Denmark
For the first time the molluscan fauna of the latest Ypresian-early Lutetian Lillebaelt Clay Formation of Denmark is treated monographically. The assemblage yielded 75 species. Four new species andExpand
A new genus and species of the Mesozoic superfamily Porcellioidea (Mollusca: Vetigastropoda) from the Danian (early Paleocene) of Faxe, Denmark
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The limestone rocks exposed in the quarry east of the small town of Faxe in eastern Sjaelland (Denmark) have been excavated for several hundred years and are now generally considered as the oldest part of the Paleocene. Expand
Revision of the gastropod family Cancellariidae from the Danian (Early Paleocene) of Fakse, Denmark
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A tool is disclosed for terminating conductors of a ribbon cable to insulation displacement contacts of terminals that are partially assembled to a connector housing that includes a terminal strip feed mechanism that is partially contained in the base of the tool that feeds both the strip of terminals and the ribbon cable. Expand
Eoatlanta ravni nov. sp. (Mollusca: Gastropoda, ?Hipponicidae) from the Danian (early Paleocene) of Faxe, Denmark
. (2012). Previously this facies was informally called nose-limestone‘ ’. The morphology of originally aragonitic mollusc shells has been preserved in this facies, due to early recrystallisation ofExpand
First record of a chiton from the Palaeocene of Denmark (Polyplacophora: Leptochitonidae) and its phylogenetic affinities
Synopsis A new species of fossil polyplacophoran from the Danian (Lower Palaeocene) of Denmark is described from over 450 individual disarticulated plates. The polyplacophorans originate from theExpand
Revision of the gastropod family Scissurellidae from the Middle Danian (Paleocene) of Denmark
The rich molluscan fauna from the Middle Danian (Early Paleocene) of Fakse contains five species of the gastropod family Scissurellidae Gray, 1847. This revision recognizes three new species, viz.Expand
Notes on the systematics, morphology and biostratigraphy of fossil holoplanktonic Mollusca, 191. Pteropods (Gastropoda, Euthecosomata) from the Eocene Lillebaelt Clay Formation (Denmark, Jylland)
Sideritic fossiliferous concretions from the Eocene Lillebaelt Clay Formation, collected ex situ on the beach at Trelde Naes (Jutland, Denmark) were found to yield two common pteropod species:Expand
Revision of the gastropod family Pseudolividae from thePaleocene of West Greenland and Denmark
The Paleocene deposits on the Nuussuaq peninsula (West Greenland) contain three new species belonging to the family Pseudolividae de Gregorio, 1880. Popenoeum lacunosum sp. nov., PseudolivaExpand
Revision of the gastropod family Cancellariidae from the Paleocene of Nuussuaq, West Greenland
The very rich mollusc fauna from the Paleocene deposits on the Nuussuaq peninsula (Greenland) contains 22 species of the gastropod family Cancellariidae. Seventeen new species are established, viz:Expand
Two new Upper Oligocene Gastropods from the North Sea Basin
Since the studies by Harder (1913) and Eriksen (1937) no treatment of the danish Upper Oligocene molluscs has been made. New collections of material from several new localities have given a greatExpand
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