Lower and Middle Liassic Calcareous Algae (Dasycladales) from Mt. Velebit (Croatia) and Mt. Trnovski Gozd (Slovenia) with Particular Reference to the Genus Palaeodasycladus (PIA, 1920) 1927 and Its Species

@article{Soka2001LowerAM,
  title={Lower and Middle Liassic Calcareous Algae (Dasycladales) from Mt. Velebit (Croatia) and Mt. Trnovski Gozd (Slovenia) with Particular Reference to the Genus Palaeodasycladus (PIA, 1920) 1927 and Its Species},
  author={Branko Soka{\vc}},
  journal={Geologia Croatica},
  year={2001}
}
Based on the characteristics of individual species, the generic characteristics of Palaeodasycladus have been determined and enlarged. P. mediterraneus (PIA, 1920) 1927 comprises a broad array of varieties that have been taxonomically distinguished on the basis of the variable shape of primary and secondary branches and the way in which the secondaries emerge. The following varieties are represented: P. mediterraneus (PIA, 1920) 1927 var. mediterraneus, P. mediterraneus var. heraki (SOKAC… 

Linoporella vesiculifera n.sp., A New Calcareous Alga (Dasycladales) from the Upper Barremian of Mt. Biokovo (Karst Dinarides, Croatia)

The sample KJ–18 contains a rich algal assemblage, which has already been the subject of previous investigations (SOKAČ, 2004; SOKAČ & GRGASOVIĆ, 2004). Among numerous sections of various taxa,

Linoporella vesiculifera n.sp., A New Calcareous Alga (Dasycladales) from the Upper Barremian of Mt. Biokovo (Karst Dinarides, Croatia)

The new species is derived from the Barremian deposits of Mt. Biokovo (central Dalmatia, Croatia) and is characterized by visibly widened distal ends of the secondary branches, which gives a vesiculiferous appearance to the outer surface of the thallus.

Neogyroporella? gawlicki n.sp., a New Dasycladale from the Upper Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous Lärchberg Formation of the Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria

A new Dasycladale (calcareous green alga) is described as Neogyroporella?gawlicki n.sp. from the Upper Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous “Lärchberg Formation” of the Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria. It is

New dasycladalean algae from the Middle Norian (Upper Triassic) of northern Italy (Mt. Pramaggiore, Carnic Prealps)

In the Eastern Southern Alps of northern Italy (Carnic Prealps, Friuli region), the shallow-water carbonate platform deposits of the Dolomia Principale Fm. (Norian–Rhaetian, Upper Triassic) show

Foraminiferan tests and dasycladalean thalli as cryptic microhabitats for thaumatoporellacean algae from Mesozoic (Late Triassic–Late Cretaceous) platform carbonates

Thaumatoporellacean algae are widespread constituents in Middle Triassic–Cretaceous shallow-marine carbonates of the Tethyan realm. Based on various examples from Mesozoic limestones of Mediterranean

The late Sinemurian carbonate platform and microfossils with Tethyan affinities of the Algarve Basin (South Portugal)

SummaryA Lower Jurassic shallow-platform carbonate succession recognized at Alte, in the Algarve Basin (South Portugal), bears a typically Tethyan microfossil assemblage, which had not been

Evidence of external gametophores in puzzling Late Triassic–Early Jurassic dasycladalean green algae

The mineralized cover preserving soft parts of the Dasycladales, as an external mould, is the only tool allowing to deduce the anatomical parts of these algae. Problems arise when voids within the

Hirundoporella dachsteinensis n. gen., n. sp., a new problematic dasycladale (green alga) from Upper Triassic of the northern calcareous alps, Austria

3 ABSTRACT. A new problematic dasycladale is described as Hirundoporella dachsteinensis nov. gen., n. sp. from the Upper Triassic bedded Dachstein Limestone of Mount Dachstein, Austria. It is

Neogyroporella? gawlicki n.sp., a New Dasycladale from the Upper Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous “Lärchberg Formation” of the Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria

The Upper Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous shallow water platform carbonates of the Northern Calcareous Alps (Plassen Formation, “Lärchberg Formation”) and the resedimented deposits of the latter within

A NEW PROBLEMATIC DASYCLADALE ( GREEN ALGA ) FROM THE UPPER TRIASSIC OF THE NORTHERN CALCAREOUS ALPS , AUSTRIA

A new problematic dasycladale is described as Hirundoporella dachsteinensis nov. gen., n. sp. from the Upper Triassic bedded Dachstein Limestone of Mount Dachstein, Austria. It is characterized by

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