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New report of the coral-associated decapods from the Formazione di Castelgomberto (early Oligocene) (Vicenza, NE Italy)

  title={New report of the coral-associated decapods from the Formazione di Castelgomberto (early Oligocene) (Vicenza, NE Italy)},
  author={Antonio De Angeli and Alessandro Garassino and Loris Ceccon},
A rich coral-associated decapod fauna has been recently described from the early Oligocene of Zaia of Castelgomberto (Monti Lessini Vicentini), Valmarana, and Soghe (Monti Berici) (Vicenza, NE Italy). The discovery of new decapods from some new and already known localities has increased the carcinologic knowledge of the Oligocene fauna of Vicenza area. The studied species are as follows: Callianassa sp. (Callianassidae Dana, 1852); Galathea cfr. G. weinfurteri Bachmayer, 1950, Palaeomunida… 
Tetraliidae and Trapeziidae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) from the Early Eocene of Monte Magrè (Vicenza, NE Italy)
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Badenian (middle Miocene) decapod crustaceans from western Ukraine, with remarks on eco-taphonomy, palaeoecology and biogeography
  • M. Górka
  • Environmental Science, Geography
  • 2018
The decapod fauna from the Badenian (middle Miocene) deposits of western Ukraine comprises in total 31 taxa: 20 species, 9 taxa left in open nomenclature, and 2 determined at family level. Thirteen
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  • Environmental Science, Geography
  • 2003
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  • S. Frost
  • Environmental Science, Geography
  • 1981
Outcrops of Oligocene reef facies strata in the Vicentin area of northeastern Italy are well known because of the extensive collections of fossil reef corals that have been made from them This paper