Jurassic

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760
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ABERHAN, M. (1992):

Palökologie und zeitliche Verbreitung benthischer Faunengemeinschaften im Unterjura von Chile. 174 S., 2 Taf.,
2631
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ABERHAN, M. (1994):

Early Jurassic Bivalvia of northern Chile. Pt. 1: Subclasses Palaeotaxodonta, Pteriomorphia, and Isofilibranchia. 115 S., 28 Taf.,
1751
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ANDERSON, F.W. / BARKER, D. (1966):

Some British Jurassic and Cretaceous Ostracoda. 54 S., 32 Abb., 9 Taf.,
127
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ANDERSON, H.-J. (1960):

Die Gastropoden des jüngeren Tertiärs in Nordwestdeutschland. Teil 2: Prosobranchia Mesogastropoda. I. Littorinacea, Rissoacea, Cerithiacea. (67 S.). ANDERSON, H.-J.: Die Gastropoden des jüngeren Tertiärs in Nordwestdeutschland. Teil 2: Prosobranchia Mesogastropoda. II. Revision der Naticacea. (18 S.). STURZ-KÖWING, I.: Variationsstatistische Untersuchungen an Belemniten des Lias zeta (12 S.). Mit 1 weiteren Artikel von WANDT. 187 S., 24 Abb., 7 Tab., 17 Taf.,
2385
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ANSORGE, J. (1996):

Fossile Insekten aus dem oberen Lias von Grimmen (Norddeutschland). 150 S., 90 Abb., 17 Taf.,
[Von der ausgezeichnet erhaltenen Insektenfauna der kleinen Tongrube in Norddeutschland werden 77 Arten beschrieben, darunter 27 neue Arten, 11 neue Gattungen und 4 neue Familien.]
4136
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ARBEITSKREIS PALÄONTOLOGIE HANNOVER (2008):

Fossilien aus dem Parkinsonien-Oolith von Sengenthal. - 64 S., mehr als 200 farbige Abb.,
Es werden mehr als 150 Arten in über 200 farbigen Fotos abgebildet, eine derart komplexe Zusammenstellung der Fossilien des Sengenthaler Parkinsonien-Ooliths gab es bisher nicht.

2659
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ARCHAEOPTERYX (1993-1997):

Jahreszeitschrift der Freunde des Juramuseums Eichstätt.
[Bd. 11 (1993): 136 S., 12 (1994): 128 S., 13 (1995): 136 S., 14 (1996): 112 S., 15 (1997): 136 S., Preis je Band:]
2987
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ARRATIA, G. & SCHULTZE, H.-P. (1999):

Mesozoic Fishes: 2. Systematics and Fossil Record. Proceedings of the international meeting Buckow, 1997. 604 S., 303 Abb., 30 Tab., 4 Taf.,
The Mesozoic era was an important time in the evolution of chondrichthyan and actinopterygian fishes because it was then that most of the modern groups first entered the fossil record and began to radiate. By the end of the era, many archaic forms had disappeared and the foundation had been laid for the ichthyofauna that now exists. Despite this significant evolutionary change, before 1990 there had been little concerted research done on Mesozoic fishes and no synopsis or compilation of the systematics and paleoecology of Mesozoic fishes had been published, not even for single groups. To remedy this deficiency, Gloria ARRATIA initiated the symposium "Mesozoic Fishes". The first meeting "Mesozoic Fishes - Systematics and Paleoichthyology" was held in Eichstätt from August 9 to 12, 1993 and the first volume of Mesozoic Fishes, including 36 papers concerning elasmobranchs, actinopterygians and sarcopterygians and the paleoecology of certain important fossil localities was published in 1996.

Gloria ARRATIA and Hans-Peter SCHULTZE organized the second Symposium. It was held in Buckow, a small village about 45 km east of Berlin, from July 6 to 10, 1997.

The results of the symposium presented in this volume reflect the current state of knowledge of Mesozoic fishes. Phylogenetic relationships of chondrichthyans and actinopterygians are the central issue. In addition, attention is given to questions of morphology and to the Mesozoic fossil record in a variety of countries such as southern Asia, Chile, China, Italy, Morocco, Spain, and Switzerland. The new findings described in the 31 papers and the disagreements among authors concerning interpretations of characters and phylogenetic relationships of actinopterygian subgroups are an exciting invitation to further research.

2655
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ARRATIA, G. & VIOHL, G. (1996):

Mesozoic Fishes: Systematics and Paleoecology. Proceedings of the 1st international meeting on mesozoic fishes, Eichstätt 1993. - 576 S., zahlr. Abb.,
The Mesozoic era was an important time in the evolution of elasmobranch and actinopterygian fishes because it was then that most of the modern groups first entered the fossil record and began to radiate. By the end of the era, many archaic forms had disappeared and the foundation had been laid for the ichthyofauna that now exists. Despite this significant evolutionary change, there has been little concerted research done on Mesozoic fishes and no synopsis or compilation of the systematics and paleoecology of Mesozoic fishes has been published, not even for single groups. To remedy this deficiency, Gloria Arratia initiated the symposium "Mesozoic Fishes – Systematics and Paleoecology". Its goal was to bring together paleontologists and other scientists studying Mesozoic fishes so that they might evaluate current research and form an active research group to press the investigation forward.

The meeting generated fruitful discussions and new information that helps to clarify the course of piscine evolution at a crucial time. Phylogenetic relationships of the different groups were the central issue; but attention was given also to questions of biostratigraphy, functional anatomy, and the evolution of histological structures. The results of the symposium presented in this volumen reflect the current state of knowledge about Mesozoic fishes. The new findings described in the 36 papers and the disagreements among authors concerning the phylogenetic relationships of the fishes they have studied is an invitation to further research.

3011
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ARRATIA, G. [HRSG.] (1996):

Contributions of southern South america to Vertebrate Paleontology. 340 S., 222 Abb., 2 Tab., 9 Anh.,
4056
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BALUK, W. (2006):

Middle Miocene (Badenian) gastropods from Korytnica, Poland; Part V Addenda et Corrigenda ad Prosobranchia. - 44 S., 5 Abb., 16 Taf.; mit: GRÜNDEL, J. & KAIM, J.: Shallow-water gastropods from Late Oxfordian sands in Kleby (Pomerania, Poland). - 37 S., 25 Abb.;
869
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BARBULESCU, A. (1976):

Characteristique stratigraphique des formations coralligenes de Jurassique superieur de la Dobroudjy Centrale (Roumaine).15 S., 3 Abb. Mit RONIEWICZ, E.: Les Scleractinaires du Jurassique superieur de la Dobroudja, Roumaine. 105 S., 9 Abb., 34 Taf.,
3026
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BARRIER, P. & FRANCOU, C. (1996):

Tethys. Á la recherche d’un océan disparu. The search for a lost ocean. 135 S., 187 Abb.,
[The genesis of the Himalayan mountain range and of Tibet.]
906
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BASIOUNI, M.A. (1974):

Paranotocythere n.g. (Ostracoda) aus dem Zeitraum von Oberjura bis Unterkreide (Kimmeridgium bis Albium) von Westeuropa. 111 S., 5 Abb., 1 Tab., 13 Taf.,
1202
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BAYER, U. (196?):

Docidoceras cf. liebi MAUBEUGE (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea) aus dem Unteren Bajocium des Wutachgebietes (Südbaden). 3 S., ? Abb.,
1883
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BAYER, U. (1968-69):

Dodidoceras cf. liebi Maubeuge (Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea) aus dem Unteren Bajocium des Wutachgebietes (Südbaden). 3 S., ? Abb.,
3599
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BECHLY, G. (2001):

Urgeziefer. Die faszinierende Evolution der Insekten. 96 S., 4 Abb., 73 Farbb.,
[Die Evolution und Vielfalt der Insekten - spannend beschrieben.]
3597
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BENTON, M.G. & SHISHKIN, M. & UNWIN, D. & KUROCHKIN, E.N. (2000):

The Age of Dinosaurs in Russia and Mongolia. 696 S., zahlr. Abb.,
1909
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BERESI, M.S. / RIGBY, K.J. (1993):

The Lower Ordovician Sponges of San Juan, Argentinia. Mit: CHURE, D.J.: The first record of Ichthyosaurs from Utah. Mit: MEHL, D. / RIGBY, K.J. / HOLMES, S.R.: Hexactinellid Sponges from the Silurian-Devonian Roberts Mountains Formationin Nevada and Hypotheses of Hexactine-Stauractine Origin. ? S., ? Abb.,
2594
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BERGSTRÖM, J / HOLLAND, B. / LARSSON, K. / NORLING, E. / SIVHED, U. (1982):

Guide to Excursions in Scania. 95 S., 48 Fig.,
2747
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BERTRAND, C.E. (1901):

Les coprolithes de Bernissart. I. Les coprolithes attribués aux Iguanodons. 95 S., 17 Abb., 10 Taf.,
[Folio.]
672
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BERZ, K. (1930):

Festsitzende Foraminiferen aus dem schwäbischen Braunen Jura und ihr Vorkommen auf Ooiden. ? S., ? Abb., ? Taf.,
2716
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BIESE, W. (1970):

Fossilium Catalogus: Animalia. Crinoidea jurassica I. 240 S.,
[Reprint.]
2717
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BIESE, W. (1970):

Fossilium Catalogus: Animalia. Crinoidea jurassica II. 304 S.,
[Reprint.]
2718
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BIESE, W. (1970):

Fossilium Catalogus: Animalia. Crinoidea jurassica III. 196 S.,
[Reprint.]