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Towards better correlation of the Central Paratethys regional time scale with the standard geological time scale of the Miocene Epoch
Abstract Depositional sequences originating in semi-enclosed basins with endemic biota, partly or completely isolated from the open ocean, frequently do not allow biostratigraphic correlations withExpand
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AN EARLY MIOCENE DEEP-WATER DECAPOD CRUSTACEAN FAUNULE FROM THE SLOVENIAN PART OF THE STYRIAN BASIN, AND ITS PALAEOENVIRONMENTAL AND PALAEOBIOGEOGRAPHICAL SIGNIFICANCE.
A new decapod crustacean faunule is described from the early Miocene of the Slovenian part of the Styrian Basin. The Ivnik Beds exposed at the Činžat locality contain seven species: CalliaxExpand
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Tanidromites insignis (von Meyer, 1857) (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura) from Late Jurassic non-biohermal facies of the Western Tethys (Pieniny Klippen Belt, Western Carpathians, Slovakia)
The first decapod crustacean remains from Late Jurassic limestones of the Pieniny Klip- pen Belt (Western Carpathians, Slovakia) are recorded. The material originates from a Middle Ox- fordianExpand
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An early Miocene deep‐water decapod crustacean faunule from the Vienna Basin (Western Carpathians, Slovakia)
:  A decapod crustacean faunule from the lower Miocene (upper Burdigalian, ‘Karpatian’) of the Slovakian part of the Vienna Basin comprise five new species: Callianopsis marianae (Ctenochelidae),Expand
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Growth, inter- and intraspecific variation, palaeobiogeography, taphonomy and systematics of the Cenozoic ghost shrimp Glypturus
Studies in systematic palaeontology are greatly aided when numerous, well-preserved specimens are available so that quantitative methods can be used to substantiate qualitative observations. This isExpand
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An appraisal of the fossil record for the Cirolanidae (Malacostraca: Peracarida: Isopoda: Cymothoida), with a description of a new cirolanid isopod crustacean from the early Miocene of the Vienna
Isopod crustaceans are rarely preserved in the fossil record. Herein, an appraisal of the fossil record for the cirolanid isopods is presented. Five genera are briefly discussed, includingExpand
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Taphonomy of decapod crustacean cuticle and its effect on the appearance as exemplified by new and known taxa from the Cretaceous–Danian crab Caloxanthus
Decapod crustaceans inhabited a variety of environments during the Cretacous. The crab Caloxanthus is an example of this environmental differentiation as the Cretaceous–Danian species lived inExpand
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Miocene squat lobsters (Decapoda, Anomura, Galatheoidea) of the Central Paratethys - a review, with description of a new species of Munidopsis.
All squat lobsters of the families Galatheidae, Munididae and Munidopsidae from the Miocene of the Central Paratethys are reviewed taxonomically. Based on additional observations emended diagnosesExpand
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Revision of Jaxea kuemeli Bachmayer, 1954 (Decapoda: Gebiidea: Laomediidae) from the Miocene of Europe, with remarks on the palaeobiogeography of the genus Jaxea Nardo, 1847
The present contribution reevaluates the fossil record of the genus Jaxea (Decapoda: Ge-biidea: Laomediidae) and gives an emended diagnosis and an updated description of Jaxea kuemeli based on wellExpand
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Costacopluma (Decapoda: Brachyura: Retroplumidae) from the Maastrichtian and Paleocene of Senegal: A survivor of K/Pg events
Abstract Newly collected decapod material from the Cap de Naze Formation (middle–upper Maastrichtian), Senegal, allows description of a new species of Costacopluma (Brachyura: Retroplumidae), whichExpand
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