Cenomanian–Turonian marine amniote remains from the Saxonian Cretaceous Basin of Germany

@article{Sachs2016CenomanianTuronianMA,
  title={Cenomanian–Turonian marine amniote remains from the Saxonian Cretaceous Basin of Germany},
  author={S. Sachs and M. Wilmsen and Joschua Kn{\"u}ppe and J. Hornung and B. Kear},
  journal={Geological Magazine},
  year={2016},
  volume={154},
  pages={237 - 246}
}
Abstract The Saxonian Cretaceous Basin constitutes an important source of rare Late Cretaceous marine amniote fossils from Germany. It is also historically famous, having been documented in a series of monographic works published by the distinguished German palaeontologist Hanns Bruno Geinitz in the nineteenth century. The most productive rock units include the upper Cenomanian Dölzschen Formation and upper Turonian Strehlen and Weinböhla limestones (lower Strehlen Formation). A survey of… Expand
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