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EIN FRÜHER, DUROPHAGER ICHTHYOSAURIER (OMPHALOSAURIDAE) AUS DER MITTELTRIAS DER ALPEN

@inproceedings{Tichy1995EINFD,
  title={EIN FR{\"U}HER, DUROPHAGER ICHTHYOSAURIER (OMPHALOSAURIDAE) AUS DER MITTELTRIAS DER ALPEN},
  author={Gottfried Tichy},
  year={1995}
}
  • G. Tichy
  • Published 1995
  • Environmental Science
For the first time a nearly entirely intact skeleton of a primitive species of an ichthyosaur has been discovered close to Salzburg, Austria. It is a new form of the durophagous ichthyosaur probably belonging to the genus Omphalosaurus, which previously has only been described from remnants in Spitsbergen (Svalbard), Norway and Nevada, U.S.A. It is also the first instance that remains of a reptile could be saved from the Hallstatt limestone. This Hallstatt limestone was deposited in a pelagic… 
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