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Famennian chondrichthyans from the shelves of North Gondwana
Ichthyoliths, mainly shark teeth, from the Famennian of Iran and Northwest Africa are described. Evolution of shallow-water chondrichthyan assemblages on the shelves of Central Iran and the TafilaltExpand
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Famennian chondrichthyan remains from the Chahriseh section, central Iran
A diverse shallow water assemblage of chondrichthyan microremains is described from the Famennian of the Chahriseh section, central Iran. twenty-two taxa are identified; of these two new taxa viz.Expand
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Stegocornuand associated brachiopods from the Silurian (Llandovery) of Central Iran
A Llandovery (mid-upper Aeronian) brachiopod fauna is described for the first time from the Niur Formation of Central Iran. It is dominated by two succeeding rhynchonellide species StegocornuExpand
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Silurian Thelodonts from the Niur Formation, Central Iran
Thelodont scales are described from the Silurian Niur Formation in the Derenjal Mountains, east central Iran. The material studied herein comes from four stratigraphic levels, composed of rocksExpand
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Pelagic chondrichthyan microremains from the Upper Devonian of the Kale Sardar section, eastern Iran
An assemblage of fifteen taxa of chondrichthyan microremains from late Frasnian through late Famennian pelagic deposits of the Kale Sardar section, eastern Iran, is described. Several taxa (Expand
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Famennian microvertebrates from the Dalmeh area, central Iran
Late Devonian (Famennian) fish remains are here reported from limestones exposed in the Garigoon Mountains, near the village of Dalmeh, central Iran. The microvertebrate fauna includes the firstExpand
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The early elasmobranch Phoebodus: phylogenetic relationships, ecomorphology and a new time-scale for shark evolution
Anatomical knowledge of early chondrichthyans and estimates of their phylogeny are improving, but many taxa are still known only from microremains. The nearly cosmopolitan and regionally abundantExpand
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Early Silurian carbonate platform ostracods from Iran: A peri-Gondwanan fauna with strong Laurentian affinities
Abstract Early Silurian (Aeronian) carbonate platform deposits of the lower Niur Formation of east central Iran yield an ostracod fauna of fourteen species dominated by podocopes with rareExpand
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Early Frasnian acanthodians from Central Iran
Two vertebrate-bearing horizons in the basal Frasnian carbonate of the Chahriseh section, northeast of Esfahan, yielded microremains of thelodonts, placoderms, acanthodians, actinopterygians,Expand
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