The Reptile Fauna of the Gosau Formation preserved in the Geological Museum of the University of Vienna

@article{SeeleyTheRF,
  title={The Reptile Fauna of the Gosau Formation preserved in the Geological Museum of the University of Vienna},
  author={Harry Govier Seeley},
  journal={Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London},
  volume={37},
  pages={620 - 706}
}
  • H. Seeley
  • Published 1 February 1881
  • Geology
  • Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London
The Gosau formation, nearly corresponding in age to the Upper Greensand of this country, is represented at Neue Welt, near Wiener Noustadt, by freshwater deposits full of such freshwater shells as Melania and Unio, and land-plants such as Banksia and Pecopteris. The formation and its fauna have been described by Profs. Suess, Zittel, and many others; but, although the late Dr. Stoliczka detected a tooth imbedded in the coal of the formation, no important knowledge was obtained of the vertebrate… 
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