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Tetrapod trackways from the early Middle Devonian period of Poland
The fossil record of the earliest tetrapods (vertebrates with limbs rather than paired fins) consists of body fossils and trackways. The earliest body fossils of tetrapods date to the Late DevonianExpand
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Depositional conditions during the Lower Kellwasser Event (Late Frasnian) in the deep‐shelf Łysogóry Basin of the Holy Cross Mountains Poland
Integrated biostratigraphical, microfacial and geochemical studies of the Lower Kellwasser Event in the Plucki succession (southern Poland) provide details about redox conditions during theExpand
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Palaeoenvironments of the Eifelian dolomites with earliest tetrapod trackways (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland)
Abstract The Eifelian dolomites in the Zachelmie Quarry (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland) contain trackways and tracks of tetrapods 390–391 Ma old, and thus the oldest known so far. The environments ofExpand
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Coelacanths (Actinistia, Sarcopterygii) from the Famennian (Upper Devonian) of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
Coelacanth fishes from the Upper Devonian of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland, are described. The material consists of isolated incomplete lower jaws, gular plates, an entopterygoid and urohyal. TheExpand
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Middle Devonian invertebrate trace fossils from the marginal marine carbonates of the Zachełmie tetrapod tracksite, Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
The dolomitic deposits of the Middle Devonian Wojciechowice Formation exposed at the tetrapod tracksite in the Zachelmie Quarry in the Holy Cross Mountains (Poland) are characterised by a lowExpand
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The first articulated antiarch (Vertebrata, Placodermi) from the Upper Devonian of the Holy Cross Mountains (central Poland)
The first articualted antiarch, Bothriolepis jazwicensis sp. nov., from the lowermost Fammenian (Upper Devonian) of the Jaźwica Quarry (Łgawa Hill) near Kielce, in the Holy Cross Mountains (centralExpand
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Non-marine palaeoenvironment associated to the earliest tetrapod tracks
Opinions differ on whether the evolution of tetrapods (limbed vertebrates) from lobe-finned fishes was directly linked to terrestrialization. The earliest known tetrapod fossils, from the MiddleExpand
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A glimpse of a fish face — An exceptional fish feeding trace fossil from the Lower Devonian of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland
Abstract An exceptionally well-preserved assemblage of numerous invertebrate and vertebrate trace fossils is described from the Lower Devonian of the Holy Cross Mountains, southern Poland. TwoExpand
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A large Late Devonian arthrodire (Vertebrata, Placodermi) from Poland
The arthrodire placoderm, Dunkleosteus sp., is reported from the Upper Devonian (Frasnian) of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. The material comprises partially preserved remains of two individualsExpand
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