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The Saxothuringian-Rhenohercynian boundary underneath the Vogelsberg volcanic field: evidence from basement xenoliths and U-Pb zircon data of trachyte
The present study is focusing on Variscan basement xenoliths, which are present inside pyroclastic rocks of the Miocene Vogelsberg volcanic field (VVF). The investigated samples have been collectedExpand
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Architecture of Anoteropora latirostris (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata) and implications for their biomineralization
Cheilostome Bryozoa Anoteropora latirostris, a colonial marine invertebrate, constructs its skeleton from calcite and aragonite. This study presents firstly correlated multi-scale electronExpand
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The oldest erect cheilostome bryozoan: Jablonskipora gen. nov. from the upper Albian of south-west England
Although dominant at the present day, the bryozoan order Cheilostomata did not appear until the Late Jurassic. For over 55 million years after their first appearance, cheilostomes remained low inExpand
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The oldest bryozoans of Baltoscandia from the lowermost Floian (Ordovician) of north-western Russia: two new rare, small and simple species of Revalotrypidae
We describe two new species of esthonioporate bryozoans, Revalotrypa inopinata sp. nov. and R. yugaensis sp. nov., from the Lower Ordovician, south-east of Lake Ladoga, north-western Russia. TheExpand
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200 years of marine research at Senckenberg: selected highlights
A history of the Marine Zoology Department at the Senckenberg Society for the Study of Nature (Senckenbergische Naturforschende Gesellschaft) has not yet been published. Still, there is no lack ofExpand
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Synopsis of ‘onychocellid’ cheilostome bryozoan genera
ABSTRACT Genera assigned to the cheilostome bryozoan family Onychocellidae are revised based on the skeletal morphology of the type species and, when possible, the type material of these species. AllExpand
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A new western European Cretaceous bryozoan genus from the early Cenomanian radiation of neocheilostomes
Neocheilostomes possessing ovicells for larval brooding originated in the late Albian and radiated explosively in the Late Cretaceous. Our understanding of this radiation is hampered by poorExpand
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Colony growth strategies, dormancy and repair in some Late Cretaceous encrusting bryozoans: insights into the ecology of the Chalk seabed
Bryozoans are among the most common macrofossils in the Late Cretaceous Chalk. They include many species that encrusted hard substrates, notably echinoid tests, forming habitat islands on the ChalkExpand
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Early Cretaceous cyclostome bryozoans from the early to middle Albian of the Glen Rose and Walnut formations of Texas, USA
Abstract The Glen Rose and Walnut formations of southcentral and northcentral Texas comprise shallow-water carbonates deposited during the late Aptian to middle Albian on a carbonate platform. TheExpand
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Description of a new cyclostome species from the middle Santonian of Germany using micro-computed tomography
The nearshore sediments of the middle Santonian Gehrden Formation in the eastern Lower Saxony Basin of northern Germany contain a diverse bryozoan fauna. One of the most abundant cyclostome speciesExpand
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