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From Tethys to Eastern Paratethys: Oligocene depositional environments, paleoecology and paleobiogeography of the Thrace Basin (NW Turkey)
The Oligocene depositional history of the Thrace Basin documents a unique paleogeographic position at a junction between the Western Tethys and the Eastern Paratethys. As part of the Tethys, shallow
The early Middle Miocene mollusc fauna of Lake Rein (Eastern Alps,Austria)
We present the first thorough revision of the continental mollusc fauna from the early Middle Miocene wetlands of the Rein Basin (Styria, Austria). Lake Rein was a shallow ephemeral lake with
Early Sarmatian paleoenvironments in the easternmost Pannonian Basin (Borod Depression, Romania) revealed by the micropaleontological data
Abstract The Sarmatian sedimentary record of the Borod Depression (eastern Pannonian Basin) consists of a marine sequence with continental influence. The investigated section, located near Vârciorog,
The cricetid rodents from Gratkorn (Austria, Styria): a benchmark locality for the continental Sarmatian sensu stricto (late Middle Miocene) in the Central Paratethys
The cricetid rodents from Gratkorn (Austria, Styria): a benchmark locality for the continental Sarmatian sensu stricto (late Middle Miocene) in the Central Paratethys The recent discovery of a
Redefinition of the Genus Typhlocypris Vejdovský, 1882 (Ostracoda, Candonidae).
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Careful examination of the valve morphology of Typhlocypris combined with the analysis of limb traits helps to distinguish representatives of this genus from unrelated phylogenetic groups presenting similar triangularly shaped valves.
On the Miocene Cyprideis species flock (Ostracoda; Crustacea) of Western Amazonia (Solimões Formation): Refining taxonomy on species level
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Ostracod index species enable a biostratigraphic allocation of the well succession to the Cyprideis minipunctata to Cyprides cyrtoma biozones, corresponding to a late Middle to early Late Miocene age (late Serravallian–early Tortonian).
Environmental changes and diversification ofCyprideis in the Late Miocene of the Styrian Basin (Lake Pannon, Austria)
The turnover from the Sarmatian Paratethys Sea into Lake Pannon around 11.6 Ma seriously impacted aquatic biota like ostracods and triggered their adaptation to the changed environments. One survivor
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