Conodont
Conodonta
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188
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ARMSTRONG, H.A. (1990):

Conodonts from the Upper Ordovician - Lower Silurian carbonate platform of North Greenland. 151 S., ? Fig., ? Taf.,
872
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BALINSKA, A. (1979):

Brachiopods and Conodonts from the Frasnian of the Debnik anticline, southern Poland. 95 S., 23 Abb., 23 Taf. Mit KULICKI, C.: Ammonite shell: Its structure, development and biological significance. 46 S., 10 Abb., 25 Taf.,
4058
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BALINSKI, A. (1995):

Brachiopods and conodont biostratigraphy of the Famennian from the Dębnik anticline, southern Poland.
1970
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BENTON, M.J. (1993):

The Fossil Record 2. 864 S., 159 Abb., 4 Taf.,
[Eine der wichtigsten Publikationen auf dem Gebiet der Paläontologie. Alle bekannten Pflanzen- und Tiergruppen werden behandelt, der erste und letzte Vertreter einer jeden Familie wird mit Namen, Autor der Erstbeschreibung, Fundort und genauer Formationsangabe angeführt. Die stratigraphische Reichweite der einzelnen Familien wird graphisch dargestellt. Verwendet wird die aktuell gültige Systematik aller 7186 bekannten Familien des Tier- und Pflanzenreichs.]
457
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BITTER, P.H. / MERRILL, G.K. (1983):

Late Palaeozoic Species of Ellisonia (Conodontophorida): Evolutionary and Palaeoecological Significance. 64 S., div. Abb,
458
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BITTER, P.H. / SANDBERG, C.A. / ORCHARD, M.J. (1986):

Phylogeny, Speciation, and Palaeoecology of the Early Carboniferous (Missisipian) Conodont Genus Mestognathus. 115 S., div. Abb,
2885
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BOUCOT, A.J. & MARTINSSON, A. & THORSTEINSSON, R. & WALLISER, O.H. & WHITTINGTON, H.B. & YOCHELSON, E. (1960):

A Late Silurian fauna from the Sutherland River Formation, Devon Island, Canadian Artic Archipelago. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
4017
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CRAME, J.M. & OWEN, .W. (2002):

Palaeobiogeography & Biodiversity Change: the Ordovician & Mesozoic-Cenozoic. - 208 S., sehr viele Abb.,

The study of biodiversity through geological time provides important information for the understanding of diversity patterns at the present day. Hitherto, much effort has been paid to studying the mass extinctions of the Phanerozoic but the research emphasis has now changed to focus on what occurred between these spectacular catastrophic events. After the Cambrian 'explosion' of marine organisms with readily preservable skeletons, there have been two intervals when life radiated dramatically - the Ordovician Period, and the mid-Mesozoic-Cenozoic eras. These intervals saw a fundamental reoganization of biodiversity on a hierarchy of biogeographical scales. The size of these diversity increases and their probable causes are topics of intense debate, and there is an intriguing link between the dispersal of continents, changing climates and the proliferation of life.

Palaeobiogeography and Biodiversity Change: the Ordovician and Mesozoic-Cenozoic Radiations illustrates many aspects of the two great episodes of biotic radiation and shows how long periods of time and plate tectonic movements have a fundamental influence on the generation and maintenance of major extant biodiversity patterns.


Contents: Palaeobiogeography and the Ordovician and Mesozoic-Cenozoic biotic radiations • Brachiopods:Cambrian - Tremadoc precursors to Ordovician radiation events • Early Ordovician rhynchonelliformean brachiopod biodiversity: comparing some platforms, margins and intra-oceanic sites around the Iapetus Ocean • Diversification and biogeography of bivalves during the Ordovician Period • Phylogeny of the Reedocalymeninae (Trilobita): Implications for Early Ordovician Biogeography of Gondwana • The spatial and temporal diversification of Early Palaeozoic vertebrates • Euconodont diversity changes in a cooling and closing Iapetus Ocean • The role of pyroclastic volcanism in Ordovician diversification • The early evolution and palaeobiogeography of Mesozoic planktonic foraminifera • Opening of the Hispanic Corridor and Early Jurassic bivalve biodiversity • Cretaceous patterns of floristic change in the Antarctic Peninsula • Cenozoic palaeogeography and the rise of modern biodiversity patterns • Palaeontological databases for palaeobiogeography, palaeoecology and biodiversity: a question of scale • Integrating the present and past records of climate, biodiversity and biogeography: implications for palaeoecology and palaeoclimatology.

4065
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DZIK, J. (2006):

The Famennian “Golden Age” of conodonts and ammonoids in the Polish part of the Variscan sea.
Conodonta, Devonian, apparatuses, evolution, Holy Cross Mountains, Poland.
142 conodont species, 76 species of goniatites and 70 species of clymenias.
3156
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ELIASON, S. (2000):

Fossilien auf Gotland. Entstehung, Bestimmung und Fundorte. 166 S., sehr viele, meist farbige Abb.,
[Ein Leckerbissen für alle Gotlandfans, Geschiebesammler und Fossilienfreunde. Eine fantastische Einführung in die tropische Riff-Fauna von Schwedens Sonneninsel. Sehr empfehlenswert.]
1908
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ETHINGTON, R.L. / CLARK, D.L. (1981):

Lower and Middle Ordovician conodonts from the Ibey area, western Millard County, Utah. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2510
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KIELAN-JAWOROWSKA, Z. / BERGSTRÖM, J. / AHLBERG, P. (1991):

Cheirurina (Trilobita) from the Upper Ordovician of Västergötland and other regions of Sweden. 26 S., 13 Abb.; Mit: STURKELL, E.: Tremadocian Ceratopyge Limestone identified by means of conodonts, in Jämtland, Sweden. 4 S., 2 Abb., Mit: LINDSTRÖM, M. / CHEN JUN-YUAN / ZHANG JUN-MING: Section at Daping reveals Sino-Baltoscandian parallelism of facies in the Ordovician. 17 S., 3 Abb.; Mit: KANO, A.: Deposition and diagenesis of a reef-like limestone of the Wenlockian Slite Beds on Gotland, Sweden. 12 S., 9 Abb; other regions of Sweden.
[Gerade der erste Beitrag ist eine äußerst wertvolle Bestimmungshilfe für skandinavische Trilobiten des Oberordoviziums.]
50
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LAUFELD, S. [ED.] (1981):

Proceedings of Project Ecostratigraphy Plenary Meeting, Gotland, 1981. 38 S., 1 Tab.,
1126
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MOORE, R.C. [ED.] (1962):

Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Part W. Miscellanea: Conodonts, Conoidal Shells of Uncertain Affinities, Worms, Trace Fossils, and Problematica. 284 S., sehr viele Abb.,
[D a s Standardwerk für fossile Invertebraten.]
2933
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NORRIS, A.W. & UYENO, T.T. & SARTENAER, P. & TELFORD, P.G. (1992):

Brachiopod and Conodont faunas from the Uppermost Williams Island Formation and Lower Long Rapids formation (Middle and Upper Devonian), Moose River Basin, Ontario. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2908
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NORRIS, A.W. & UYENO, T.T. (1981):

Lower Devonian (Lochkovian) Brachiopods and Conodonts from the „Delorme“ Formation, Cathedral Mountain, southwestern District of Mackenzie. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2911
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NORRIS, A.W. & UYENO, T.T. (1984):

Biostratigraphy and paleontology of Middle-Upper Devonian boundary beds, gypsum cliff area, northeastern Alberta. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2945
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NORRIS, A.W. & UYENO, T.T. (1998):

Middle Devonian brachiopods, conodonts, stratigraphy, and transgressive - regressive cycles, Pine Point area, south of Great Slave Lake, Dist. of Mackenzie. I. Stratigraphy and brachiopod faunas. II. Conodont faunas. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2918
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NOWLAN, G.S. (1981):

Some Ordovician conodont faunules from th Miramichi Anticlinorum, New Brunswick. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2939
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POHLER, S.M.L. (199?):

Conodont biofacies of Lower to Lower Middle Ordovician megaconglomerates Cow Head Group, western Newfoundland. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
4073
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PURNELL, M.A: & DONOGHUE, P.C.J. (2005):

Conodont biology and phylogeny: interpreting the fossil record. - 218 pp, 3 pls, 79 figs.;
1128
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ROBISON, R.A. [ED.] (1981):

Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Part W. Supplement 2. Conodonta. 230 S., sehr viele Abb.,
[D a s Standardwerk für fossile Invertebraten.]
Best.-Nr.: 16-1907
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SANDBERG, C.A. / CLARK, D.L. (1979):

Conodont biostratigraphy of the Great Basin and Rocky Mountains. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
[Symposium-Band]
4061
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SZANIAWSKI, H. [Ed.]

Proceedings of the Sixth European Conodont Symposium (ECOS VI).
2502
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TJERNVIK, T.E. (1958):

The Tremadocian Beds at Flagbro in South-Eastern Scania. 19 S., 6 Abb.,
[U.a. wird der Graptolith Dictyonema beschrieben.]
2923
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UYENO, T.T. & BARNES, C.R. (1983):

Conodonts of the Jupiter and Chicotte Formations, Lower Silurian, Anticosti Island, Quebec. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2897
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UYENO, T.T. (1974):

Conodonts of the Waterways Formation (Upper Devonian) of northeastern and central Alberta. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2901
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UYENO, T.T. (1974):

Conodonts of the Hall Formation, Ottawa Group (Middle Ordovician) of the Ottawa - Hull area, Ontario - Quebec. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
627
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WALLISER, O.H. (1964):

Conodonten des Silurs. 106 S., 10 Abb., 2 Tab., 32 Taf.,
449
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WHI.ES, C.R. / SLACK, D.J. (1975):

Conodont Ultrastructure: The Subfamily Acanthodontinae. 24 S., div. Abb,
626
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ZIEGLER, W. (1962):

Taxionomie und Phylogenie Oberdevonischer Conodonten und ihre stratigraphische Bedeutung. 166 S., 18 Abb., 11 Tab., 14 Taf.,
308
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ZIEGLER, W. (1991):

Catalogue of Conodonts. Vol. 1. 504 S., 23 Abb., 27 Taf.,
309
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ZIEGLER, W. (1991):

Catalogue of Conodonts. Vol. 2. 404 S., 26 Abb., 25 Taf.,
310
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ZIEGLER, W. (1991):

Catalogue of Conodonts. Vol. 3. 574 S., 17 Abb., 39 Taf.,
312
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ZIEGLER, W. (1991):

Catalogue of Conodonts. Vol. 5. 212 S., 8 Abb., 13 Taf.,
311
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ZIEGLER, W. (1991):

Catalogue of Conodonts. Vol. 4. 445 S., 16 Abb., 41 Taf.,