Late Cretaceous crinoids(Crinoidea) from Eastern Poland

  title={Late Cretaceous crinoids(Crinoidea) from Eastern Poland},
  author={Mariusz A. Salamon and Przemysław Gorzelak},
  journal={Palaeontographica Abteilung A-palaozoologie-stratigraphie},
  • M. Salamon, P. Gorzelak
  • Published 14 June 2010
  • Geology
  • Palaeontographica Abteilung A-palaozoologie-stratigraphie
Eine artenreiche Crinoidenfauna aus der Oberkreide von Ost-Polen (Vistula-Tal und Podlasie-Gebiet) wird vorgestellt. Die folgenden Taxa wurden im Vistula-Tal nachgewiesen: Isocrinus? sp., Comatulida, Bourgueticrinus sp., Cyrtocrinina (Cenomanium); Isocrinidae, Isocrinus? granosus, Glenotremites paradoxus, Bourgueticrinus sp., Tetracrinus jagti, Cyathidium sp. (Turonium); Isocrinus? sp., I.? granosus, Comatulida, Bourgueticrinus sp., Roveacrininae, Roveacrinus communis (Coniacium); Isocrinus… 
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