Latest Triassic conodonts of the Slovenian Basin and some remarks on their evolution

  title={Latest Triassic conodonts of the Slovenian Basin and some remarks on their evolution},
  author={T. Kolar-Jurkov{\vs}ek},
A stratigraphical importance of some latest Triassic conodont taxa from the Slovenian Basin with special regard on their distribution in the Slatnik Formation of the Mt. Kobla section (Julian Alps) is presented. Description of a new species Misikella buseri n. sp. is given. It is marked by a reduced segminate element and it represents a distinct stage at the decline of Misikella evolution. 

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