A mass-accumulation of vertebrates from the Lower Cretaceous of Nehden (Sauerland), West Germany.

@article{Norman1987AMO,
  title={A mass-accumulation of vertebrates from the Lower Cretaceous of Nehden (Sauerland), West Germany.},
  author={David B. Norman},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={1987},
  volume={230 1259},
  pages={215-55}
}
  • David B. Norman
  • Published 1987 in
    Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
A 'fauna' of vertebrates recovered from a cavern-like deposit at a quarry near the village of Nehden in Sauerland is described and reviewed in some detail. Anatomical descriptions of some skeletal elements are given, where they provide new information or supplement previous descriptions. The clays in which the fossils were buried have been dated comparatively as Aptian (late Lower Cretaceous) and approximately contemporary with the Weald Clay unit of the Wealden Formation of southeast England… CONTINUE READING

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