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Notes on the systematics, morphology and biostratigraphy of fossil holoplanktonic Mollusca, 191. Pteropods (Gastropoda, Euthecosomata) from the Eocene Lillebaelt Clay Formation (Denmark, Jylland)

@inproceedings{Janssen2007NotesOT,
  title={Notes on the systematics, morphology and biostratigraphy of fossil holoplanktonic Mollusca, 191. Pteropods (Gastropoda, Euthecosomata) from the Eocene Lillebaelt Clay Formation (Denmark, Jylland)},
  author={Arie W. Janssen and Kai Ingemann Schnetler and Claus Heilmann-Clausen},
  year={2007}
}
Sideritic fossiliferous concretions from the Eocene Lillebaelt Clay Formation, collected ex situ on the beach at Trelde Naes (Jutland, Denmark) were found to yield two common pteropod species: Heliconoides lillebaeltensis spec. nov. and H. mercinensis (Watelet & Lefevre, 1885), the latter known to date from a Late Palaeocene-Ypresian interval. A single further specimen might represent the species Limacina pygmaea (Lamarck, 1805), known only from the Lutetian. A study of the dinoflagellate… 
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