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Eoatlanta ravni nov. sp. (Mollusca: Gastropoda, ?Hipponicidae) from the Danian (early Paleocene) of Faxe, Denmark

  title={Eoatlanta ravni nov. sp. (Mollusca: Gastropoda, ?Hipponicidae) from the Danian (early Paleocene) of Faxe, Denmark},
  author={Kai Ingemann Schnetler},
. (2012). Previously this facies was informally called nose-limestone‘ ’. The morphology of originally aragonitic mollusc shells has been preserved in this facies, due to early recrystallisation of aragonite into calcite (Ravn, 1933; Bernecker & Weidlich, 1990; Schnetler & Lozouet, 2012). Mollusc material was collected in the early 20th century by J.P.J. Ravn, K.B. Nielsen and A. Rosenkrantz and later by S.B. Andersen and S.L. Jakobsen in 1972, A. Rasmussen in 1994 and M.S. Nielsen, in 1994. 
Fossil-calibrated molecular phylogeny of atlantid heteropods (Gastropoda, Pterotracheoidea)
Background: The aragonite shelled, planktonic gastropod family Atlantidae (shelled heteropods) is likely to be one of the first groups to be impacted by imminent ocean changes, including ocean
Early Jurassic Anoxia Triggered the Evolution of the Oldest Holoplanktonic Gastropod Coelodiscus minutus by Means of Heterochrony
It is speculated that Coelodiscus evolved during the Early Jurassic from a benthic precursor, which had a planktotrophic larval development, and eventually, a holoplanktonic species evolved.
Fossil-calibrated molecular phylogeny of atlantid heteropods (Gastropoda, Pterotracheoidea)
The fossil record, in combination with a fossil-calibrated phylogeny, suggests that large scale atlantid extinction was accompanied by considerable and rapid diversification over the last 25 Ma, potentially driven by vicariance events.
A review of the ecology, palaeontology and distribution of atlantid heteropods (Caenogastropoda: Pterotracheoidea: Atlantidae)
What is currently known about atlantid taxonomy, palaeontology, ecology and biogeography is summarized, aiming to provide a foundation for future research on this group and indicate complex behaviours involving seasonal and vertical migration.
Het Vroeg Paleoceen (Danien) van zuidelijk Limburg en aangrenzend gebied – nieuwe fauna’s en nieuwe inzichten
The Early Paleocene (Danian) of southern Limburg and neighbouring areas – new faunas and new insights Collecting between 1988 and 2012 from various (temporary) outcrops of the highest part of the
A catalogue of Danian gastropods from the Baunekule facies, Faxe Formation, Denmark
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Revision of the gastropod family Scissurellidae from the Middle Danian (Paleocene) of Denmark
The rich molluscan fauna from the Middle Danian (Early Paleocene) of Fakse contains five species of the gastropod family Scissurellidae Gray, 1847. This revision recognizes three new species, viz.
A new genus and species of the Mesozoic superfamily Porcellioidea (Mollusca: Vetigastropoda) from the Danian (early Paleocene) of Faxe, Denmark
The limestone rocks exposed in the quarry east of the small town of Faxe in eastern Sjaelland (Denmark) have been excavated for several hundred years and are now generally considered as the oldest part of the Paleocene.
Rare calcareous microfossils from Middle Miocene strata, Weddell Sea off Antarctic Peninsula
The calcareous microfossil assemblage from Middle Miocene strata of SHALDRIL Site NBP0602A−5D consists of benthic foraminifera, ostracods, bivalves, and gastropods, and is interpreted as
The middle Danian Faxe Formation - a new lithostratigraphic unit and a rare taphonomic window into the Danian of Denmark
The middle Danian Faxe Formation – new lithostratigraphic unit and a rare taphonomic window Formation are followed by bryozoan limestone of the Stevns Klint Formation, the København Limestone
The Danian (Paleocene) coral limestone of Fakse, Denmark: A model for ancient aphotic, azooxanthellate coral mounds
SummaryThe Danish-Polish Trough—a northwest to southeast striking basin—is bordered by the Fennoscandian Shield in the north and the Ringköbing-Fyn High in the south. During the Late Cretaceous and
Revision of the gastropod family Cancellariidae from the Danian (Early Paleocene) of Fakse, Denmark
A tool is disclosed for terminating conductors of a ribbon cable to insulation displacement contacts of terminals that are partially assembled to a connector housing that includes a terminal strip feed mechanism that is partially contained in the base of the tool that feeds both the strip of terminals and the ribbon cable.
Position systématique de quelques gastéropodes de l’Éocène à dernier tour disjoint (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Caenogastropoda): Delphinula conica, Omalaxis, Eoatlanta
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