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Decastronema kotori gen. nov., comb. nov.: a mat-forming cyanobacterium on Cretaceous carbonate platforms and its modern counterparts
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The fossil renamed here was first described in 1959 as Aeolisaccus kotori Radoicic, a new species of a problematic fossil worm. Expand
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New dasycladales and microbiota from the lowermost Valanginian of the Mirdita zone
A rich diversified algal microbiota is described from the lowermost Valanginian limestone re­worked in the Upper Cretaceous elastics of the Metohija Cretaceous Unit (Mirdita Zone). Two newExpand
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Neomeris mokragorensis sp. nov. (Calcareous alga, Dasycladales) from the Cretaceous of Serbia, Montenegro and the Northern Calcareous Alps, (Gosau Group, Austria)
The new species of the genus Neomeris - Neomeris mokragorensis sp. nov. described in this paper from western Serbia originates: from the Albian of Mokra Gora (the succession transgrading on theExpand
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Trinocladus divnae and montiella filipovici: A new species (Dasycladales, green algae) from the Upper Cretaceous of the Mountain Paštrik (Mirdita Zone)
Two new dasycladalean species from the Upper Cretaceous of the Mountain Pastrik, Kukes Cretaceous Unit of the Mirdita Zone are described: Trinocladus divnae sp. nov. is characterized by variable sizeExpand
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Occurrence of Upper Cretaceous pelagic carbonates within ophiolite-related pillow basalts in the Mt. Kozara area of the Vardar zone western belt, northern Bosnia
Abstract Deformed lenses of red silty micrite interstratified with basaltic pillow lavas outcrop at the confluence of the River Crna Reka and Krvavac Creek on Mt. Kozara in northern Bosnia.Expand
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Revision of the Jesse Harlan JOHNSON Collection. Part 1. Some fossil Dasycladales from Guatemala
This first report is a revision of fossil calcareous green algae (Dasycladales) described from the Upper Cretaceous and Paleocene series of Guatemala. Among other things in their 1965 paper J.H.Expand
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Coptocampylodon pantici n. morpho sp. from the Turonian of NW Serbia
This note describes Coptocampylodon pantici, a new morpho species from Upper Cretaceous outcrops of the Pocuta region (NW Serbia). Based on the rudists in superincumbent calcarenites and planktonicExpand
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Neural nets used to differentiate a new species of Salpingoporella (Dasycladales, calcareous green algae) from the Urgonian limestone in southeast France
Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs), are used as an additional tool to differentiate Lower Cretaceous, morphologically closely related species of Salpingoporella. On each specimen, measurements areExpand
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Anatoliacodium gen. nov. (Halimedaceae, Green algae) from the Ilerdian-Cuisian in the Eskişehir region (Western Central Turkey)
Anatoliacodium gen. nov. (Halimedaceae, Green algae) from the Ilerdian-Cuisian in the Eskişehir region (Western Central Turkey) A new genus Anatoliacodium (Halimedaceae, Green algae) is describedExpand
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Observations on Neomeris cretacea var. undulata RAINERI followed by Dissocladella bonardii, n. sp. (Dasycladales, green algae)
Dissocladella undulata (RAINERI, 1922) PIA, 1936 was established on the basis of heterogeneous specimens originating from the Upper Cretaceous of Libya. The species is quite commonly found elsewhereExpand
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