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Middle Eocene (Bartonian) Ficus from Monte di Malo (Vicenza - Italy)
A fossil wood sample recently found in the Val Matta area, in the Municipality of Monte di Malo (Vicenza, Italy), is described, and it is Europe’s oldest known wood of the Moraceae genus.
Tetraliidae and Trapeziidae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) from the Early Eocene of Monte Magrè (Vicenza, NE Italy)
The decapod crustaceans of the families Tetraliidae and Trapeziidae from the Early Eocene of Monte Magre (Schio, Vicenza, NE Italy) are described, which is the oldest fossil record of both two families.
New report of the coral-associated decapods from the Formazione di Castelgomberto (early Oligocene) (Vicenza, NE Italy)
A rich coral-associated decapod fauna has been recently described from the early Oligocene of Zaia of Castelgomberto, Valmarana, and Soghe and some of the studied species are also recorded from the late Eocene of Hungary.