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Insects and crustaceans from the latest Early-early Middle Triassic of Poland
Two stratigraphical horizons in the Palegi clay-pit, a new Triassic paleontological site within Buntsandstein deposits (latest Olenekian-early Anisian in age) in the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland), ...
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Mineral microbial structures in a bone of the Late Cretaceous dinosaur Saurolophus angustirostris from the Gobi Desert, Mongolia — a Raman spectroscopy study
Abstract Bones, while buried, undergo diagenetic transformations, the intensity of which depends on a variety of geochemical factors. Microbial degradation is one of the main processes acting onExpand
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UPPER PERMIAN VERTEBRATE COPROLITES FROM VYAZNIKI AND GOROKHOVETS, VYATKIAN REGIONAL STAGE, RUSSIAN PLATFORM
Abstract Numerous coprolites have been found in the Vyazniki and Gorokhovets localities of European Russia. Five identified coprolite-bearing horizons occur in the upper Permian deposits of theExpand
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Fungal Ferromanganese Mineralisation in Cretaceous Dinosaur Bones from the Gobi Desert, Mongolia
Well-preserved mycelia of fungal- or saprolegnia-like biota mineralised by ferromanganese oxides were found for the first time in long bones of Late Cretaceous dinosaurs from the Gobi Desert (NemegtExpand
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Microbiota and food residues including possible evidence of pre‐mammalian hair in Upper Permian coprolites from Russia
Coprolites (fossil faeces) provide direct evidence on the diet of its producer and unique insights on ancient food webs and ecosystems. We describe the contents of seven coprolites, collected fromExpand
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An Early Triassic polar predator ecosystem revealed by vertebrate coprolites from the Bulgo Sandstone (Sydney Basin) of southeastern Australia
Abstract Vertebrate trace fossils often provide a measure of cryptic biodiversity, and are especially pertinent when skeletal remnants are exceptionally rare. The Lower Triassic (lower Olenekian)Expand
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Putative dicynodont coprolites from the Upper Triassic of Poland
Abstract A significant number (more than 100) of brown to dark and silty, carbonate or pyrite-mineralized, in part organic carbon-rich, spherical or oval-shaped structures have been collected fromExpand
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Residues from the Upper Permian carnivore coprolites from Vyazniki in Russia - key questions in reconstruction of feeding habits
Abstract Residues of twenty-five coprolite fragments collected from the Upper Permian of Vyazniki (European Russia) were studied in detail. The phosphatic composition, general shape and size, andExpand
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