Pisces (Fishes)

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ADNET, S. (2006):

Nouvelles faunes de Sélaciens (Elasmobranchii, Neoselachii) de l’Eocène moyen des Landes (Sud-Ouest, France). Implication dans la connaissance des communautés de sélaciens d’eaux profondes.- 128 Seiten, 12 Abbildungen, 1 Tabelle, 40 Tafeln.
In paläogenen Ablagerungen im südlichen Aquitanischen Becken wurden zwei neue Elasmobranchier-Fundstellen in den bathyalen Mergeln von Landes (Südwest-Frankreich) entdeckt. Die Fundstellen sind die alten Mergelgruben von Tailledis (Saint-Géours-d’Auribat) und Miretrain (Angoumé) und werden an die Ypresium/Lutetium-Grenze und in das mittlere Lutetium - untere Bartonium datiert.

91 Arten wurden gefunden, von denen 73 abgebildet werden. Die Fauna setzt sich zusammen aus 29 unbestimmten Taxa und 27 hier neu beschriebenen Arten: Orthechinorhinus pfeili, Deania angoumeensis, Scymnodalatias cigalafulgosii, Squaliolus gasconensis, Eosqualiolus aturensis, Acrosqualiolus mirus, Etmopterus cahuzaci, Paraetmopterus nolfi, Pristiophorus lacipidinensis, Orectoloboides reyndersi, Hemiscyllium tailledisensis, Pararhincodon germaini, Woellsteinia kozlovi, Triakis chalossensis, Xystrogaleus cappettai, Apristurus sereti, Scyliorhinus trifolius, Foumtizia poudenxae, Platyrhizoscyllium jaegeri, ?Rhinobatos auribatensis, Raja marandati, Raja michauxi, Hexatrygon senegasi, Coupatezia miretrainensis, Aturobatis aquensis, Torpedo acarinata und Torpedo pessanti. 7 neue Gattungen werden nach ihrer Zahnmorphologie beschrieben: Orthechinorhinus nov. gen. (Squaliformes, Echinorhinidae), Eosqualiolus nov. gen., Acrosqualiolus nov. gen. (Squaliformes, Dalatiidae), Paraetmopterus nov. gen. (Squaliformes, Etmopteridae), Xystrogaleus nov. gen. (Carcharhiniformes, Triakidae); Platyrhizoscyllium nov. gen. (Carcharhiniformes: Scyliorhinidae incertae sedis) und Aturobatis nov. gen. (Myliobatiformes indet.).
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ANDERSON, H.-J. (1959):

Die Gastropoden des jüngeren Tertiärs in Nordwestdeutschland. Teil 1: Prosobranchia Archaeogastropoda. (45 S.). SEIFERT, F.: Die Scaphopoden des jüngeren Tertiärs in Nordwestdeutschland (15 S.). KRUCKOW, T.: Eine untermiozäne Haifischfauna in Schleswig-Holstein (14 S.); WEILER, W.: Fisch-Otolithen aus dem Hemmoor Schleswig-Holsteins (9 S.). Mit 1 weiteren Artikel von DITTMER. 146 S., 21 Abb., 7 Tab., 8 Taf.,
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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.

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ARRATIA, G. & TINTORI, A. (2004):

Mesozoic Fishes 3. Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity. Proceedings of the international meeting Serpiano, 2001. - 649 Seiten, 19 Farb- und 277 Schwarzweiß-Abbildungen, 25 Tabellen, 19 Anhänge.
The Mesozoic 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 Paleoecology" was held in Eichstätt from August 9 to 12, 1993 and the first volume of Mesozoic Fishes, including 36 papers concerning elasmobranchs, actinopteygians 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, from July 6 to 10, 1997. The results of the symposium were published in "Mesozoic Fishes 2 – Systematics and Fossil Record" and included 31 papers.

Andrea TINTORI, Markus FELBER and Heinz FURRER organized the third Symposium. It was held in Serpiano, Monte San Giorgio from August 26 to 31, 2001.

The results of the symposium presented in this volume reflect the current state of knowledge of Mesozoic fishes. Evaluation of major fish groups such as Mesozoic chondrichthyans, halecostomes and sarcopterygians and of the Mesozoic fossil record of continents such as North America, Asia, South America and Africa are the central issue. In addition, new information on chondrichthyans, actinopterygians and sarcopterygians are presented. The new findings and the evaluations of the present state of knowledge of Mesozoic fishes described in 33 papers are an exciting invitation to further research.

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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.

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ARRATIA, G. & WILSON, M.V.H. & CLOUTIER, R. (Eds):

Recent Advances in the Origin and Early Radiation of Vertebrates. - 703 Seiten, 5 Farb- und 264 Schwarzweißabbildungen, 23 Tabellen, 17 Anhänge.
The first discoveries of Early Paleozoic fishes took place in Scotland and in the Baltic area at the beginning of the 19th century. The first early vertebrate remains recorded from Scotland were of Carboniferous age and are now referred to the sarcopterygians Rhizodus and Megalichthys. Later, discoveries of additional Scottish and Baltic localities made these regions (and also European workers) the main source of information on early vertebrates for a long time. This situation reached its most important development with the contributions of E. STENSIÖ and other Swedish and Danish colleagues, who organised important collecting expeditions (e.g., Podolia and Spitsbergen). New material from these localities and others (e.g., Devonian localities of eastern Canada) allowed STENSIÖ and his followers (the so-called Swedish School) to produce some fascinating morphological work and to propose hypotheses about the origin of early tetrapods that still today are a source of discussion.

New scientific findings have the potential to produce considerable changes in previous interpretations. Vertebrates are not an exception. Based on information gathered over almost two centuries it has long been believed that the origin of vertebrates occurred "sometime" during the earliest Paleozoic, "somewhere" in the northern Hemisphere. However, discoveries of early vertebrates in the Southern Hemisphere (e.g., Australia and Bolivia) led to a new understanding of the early history of the group. These new discoveries have been remarkable in stimulating new collecting. Recent progress has included the discovery of the "earliest" forms in the Lower Cambrian of China together with new and controversial interpretations of the conodonts.

The most recent decade saw new findings that concern not only the earliest vertebrates, but also most fish groups as well as lower tetrapods. They shed new light on the origin and diversification of basal vertebrates and gnathostomes. Critical fossils have been discovered in many different parts of the world. This new material is having a significant impact on previous character interpretation and distribution, as well as on previous phylogenetic hypotheses.

This book brings together many of these recent discoveries and new interpretations to commemorate the retirement of Hans-Peter SCHULTZE from the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin. H.-P. SCHULTZE has worked on most groups of lower vertebrates ranging from conodonts to early tetrapods. He has collected in most of the crucial sites around the world. He is one of the most productive researchers in paleoichthyology and is considered by many to be the leading figure in this field.

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ARRATIA, G. (1997):

Basal teleosts and teleostean phylogeny. 168 S., 108 Abb., 9 Tab.,
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ARRATIA, G. [HRSG.] (1996):

Contributions of southern South america to Vertebrate Paleontology. 340 S., 222 Abb., 2 Tab., 9 Anh.,
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ARRATIA, G., SCHULTZE, H.P. & WILSON, M.V.H. [Hrsg.] (2008):

Mesozoic Fishes 4. Homology and Phylogeny. Proceedings of the international meeting Miraflores de la Sierra, 2005. - 502 Seiten, 7 Farb- und 237 Schwarzweißabbildungen, 18 Tabellen, 18 Anhänge.
The Mesozoic 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 modern diversity of fishes. 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 organized the first symposium, “Mesozoic Fishes – Systematics and Paleoecology” in Eichstätt, Germany, from August 9 to 12, 1993 and, with G. VIOHL, edited the first volume in the Mesozoic Fishes series. Published in 1996, it included 36 papers about elasmobranchs, actinopterygians, sarcopterygians, and the paleoecology of certain important fossil localities. Gloria ARRATIA and Hans-Peter SCHULTZE organized the second symposium in Buckow, Germany, from July 6 to 10, 1997, and edited the resulting volume “Mesozoic Fishes 2 – Systematics and Fossil Record”, which included 31 papers. Andrea TINTORI, Markus FELBER, and Heinz FURRER organized the third Symposium in Serpiano, Monte San Giorgio, Switzerland, from August 26 to 31, 2001. The results of that symposium included 33 papers, edited by G. ARRATIA and A. TINTORI and published in “Mesozoic Fishes 3 – Systematics, Paleoenvironments and Biodiversity”.
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ARRATIA, G., SCHULTZE, H.-P., TISCHLINGER, H. & VIOHL , G. (2015):

Solnhofen – Ein Fenster in die Jurazeit. - 324 Seiten, 608 Farb- und 57 Schwarzweißabbildungen, 4 Tabellen.

Fossilien aus den rund 150 Millionen Jahre alten Plattenkalken der Südlichen Frankenalb sind eng mit dem Namen »Solnhofen« verbunden. Sie sind in der ganzen Welt bekannt. Seit 500 Jahren werden sie in Museen gehütet und sind von Sammlern begehrt. Jedes Kind hört in der Schule vom Urvogel Archaeopteryx, dessen
erstes Exemplar 1861 in Solnhofen gefunden wurde und als »Missing Link« zur Ikone der Evolution geworden ist.

Heute kann Jung und Alt in Besuchersteinbrüchen selbst zum Entdecker werden. So manchen wertvollen Fund, sogar neue Arten, verdankt die Wissenschaft der Sammelleidenschaft und dem wissenschaftlichen Interesse von Laien.

Ein Team von vierzig kompetenten Autoren unter der Regie vier erfahrener Herausgeber öffnet wissenschaftlich korrekt, aber auch allgemein verständlich »ein Fenster in die Jurazeit«. Erstmals bekommt der Leser einen Einblick in die gesamte Fülle der bisher entdeckten Pflanzen und Tiere. Von den historischen Aspekten, über die Nutzung des Steins als Lithographiestein, die Geologie der unterschiedlichen Plattenkalkwannen, ihre auch heute noch umstrittene Stratigraphie, bis zu aktuellen Forschungsgrabungen und vergleichbaren anderen Plattenkalk-Fossillagerstätten werden alle Aspekte ausführlich und nachvollziehbar behandelt.

Es ist ein Brückenschlag zwischen Paläontologen und Laien, der beiderseits Impulse geben wird, die nötig sind, um die vielen noch offenen Fragen zu beantworten.

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ARRATIA, G., SCHULTZE, H.-P., TISCHLINGER, H. & VIOHL , G. (2015):

Solnhofen – Ein Fenster in die Jurazeit. Band 1: 324 Seiten, 608 Farb- und 57 Schwarzweißabbildungen, 4 Tabellen.Band 2. - ca. 292 Seiten, 388 Farb- und 40 Schwarzweißabbildungen, 1 Tabelle.

2 Bände im Schuber.

Fossilien aus den rund 150 Millionen Jahre alten Plattenkalken der Südlichen Frankenalb sind eng mit dem Namen »Solnhofen« verbunden. Sie sind in der ganzen Welt bekannt. Seit 500 Jahren werden sie in Museen gehütet und sind von Sammlern begehrt. Jedes Kind hört in der Schule vom Urvogel Archaeopteryx, dessen
erstes Exemplar 1861 in Solnhofen gefunden wurde und als »Missing Link« zur Ikone der Evolution geworden ist.

Heute kann Jung und Alt in Besuchersteinbrüchen selbst zum Entdecker werden. So manchen wertvollen Fund, sogar neue Arten, verdankt die Wissenschaft der Sammelleidenschaft und dem wissenschaftlichen Interesse von Laien.

Ein Team von vierzig kompetenten Autoren unter der Regie vier erfahrener Herausgeber öffnet wissenschaftlich korrekt, aber auch allgemein verständlich »ein Fenster in die Jurazeit«. Erstmals bekommt der Leser einen Einblick in die gesamte Fülle der bisher entdeckten Pflanzen und Tiere. Von den historischen Aspekten, über die Nutzung des Steins als Lithographiestein, die Geologie der unterschiedlichen Plattenkalkwannen, ihre auch heute noch umstrittene Stratigraphie, bis zu aktuellen Forschungsgrabungen und vergleichbaren anderen Plattenkalk-Fossillagerstätten werden alle Aspekte ausführlich und nachvollziehbar behandelt.

Es ist ein Brückenschlag zwischen Paläontologen und Laien, der beiderseits Impulse geben wird, die nötig sind, um die vielen noch offenen Fragen zu beantworten.

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BAUT, J.-P. & GÉNAULT, B. (1999):

Les Elasmobranches des Sables de Kerniel (Rupélien) à Gellik, Nord Est de la Belgique. 61 pp., 15 figs, 7 pls.
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BERGBAUER, M. & HUMBERG, B. (1999):

Was lebt im Mittelmeer? 319 S., 413 Farbfotos, 113 Zeichnungen,
[Ein Bestimmungsbuch für Taucher und Schnorchler. 368 Tier- und Pflanzenarten werden vorgestellt.]
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BILZ, W. (1995):

Geschiebefunde an den Abbruchkanten der Eckernförder Bucht. 1. Sedimentärgeschiebe des Präkambrium und Unterkambrium. 20 S., 23 Abb., Mit: MOTHS, H. / ALBRECHT, F.: Erster Nachweis von Plinthicus cf. kruibekensis BOR 1990 (Teufelsrochen) im Obermiozän (Langenfeldium) von Groß Pampau und im Oberoligozän (Sternberger Gestein) von Norddeutschland. 10 S., 1 Abb., 3 Taf.;
[Der erste Artikel bietet eine hervorragende Bstimmungshilfe für unterkambrische Geschiebefossilien, speziell Lebensspuren. Der Geschiebesammler.]
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BILZ, W. (1995):

Geschiebefunde an den Abbruchkanten der Eckernförder Bucht. 2. Sedimentärgeschiebe aus dem Mittelkambrium. 13 S., 10 Abb., Mit: LADWIG, J.: Haizähne aus dem Obercampan von Kronsmoor. 10 S., 9 Abb.; Mit: SCHÖNING, H.: Ein bemerkenswertes trochurinides Pygidium aus einem obersilurischen Geschiebe. 5 S., 2 Abb., Mit: BARTHOLOMÄUS, W.A.: Einige Freß- und Wohnbautendes nordischen Ordoviz-Silur karbonatischer Flachwasserfazies. 8 S., 6 Abb.,
[Der Geschiebesammler.]
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BOLLIGER, T. (1999):

Geologie des Kantons Zürich. 163 S., 141 Abb., 7 Tab., 1 Profiltaf.,
[Mit beiliegendem Exkursionsheft, 59 Seiten.]
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BORGEN, U. & NAKREM, H. [Hrsg.] (2016):

Morphology, Phylogeny and Taxonomy of Osteolepiform Fish. - 520 S., zahlr. Abb.,
Fossils and Strata, No. 61.
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BRAASCH, R. (2009):

Sternberger Gestein. Eine geologische Kostbarkeit aus Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. - 62 S., zahlr., meist farbige Abb.,

Sternberger Kuchen, lecker. Hier werden einführend und anschaulich Geologie und Fossilien vorgestellt.

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BRANDT, S. (1997):

Die Fossilien des Mansfelder und Sangerhäuser Kupferschiefers. 68 S., 42 Abb.,
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BÜTLER, H. (1954)

Die stratigraphische Gliederung der mitteldevonischen Serien im Gebiete von Kap Franklin am Kejser Franz Joseph Fjord in Zentral-Ostgrönland. 125 S., 23 Fig., 1 Tab., 10 Taf.,
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CAMPBELL, K.S.W. / BARWICCK, R.E. (19??):

Speonesydrion, an Early Devonian dipnoan with primitive toothplates. 48 S., 36 Abb., 1 Tab.,
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CAPPETTA, H. & CASE, G.R. (1999):

Additions aux faunes de sélaciens du Crétacé du Texas (Albian supérieur - Campanien). 108 S., 8 Abb., 1 Tab., 30 Taf.; Mit: KRIWET, J.: Neoselachier (Pisces, Elasmobranchii) aus der Unterkreide (unteres Barremium) von Galve und Alcaine (Spanien, Provinz Teruel). 30 S., 3 Abb., 4 Taf.,
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CAPPETTA, H. (1991):

Decouverte de nouvelles faunes de sélaciens (Neoselachii) dans les phosphates maastrichtiens de la mer rouge, Egypte. Mit: SCHMIDT-KITTLER, N. & HEIZMANN, E.P.J.: Prionogale breviceps n.gen. n.sp. - Evidence of an unknowm major clade of Eutherians in the Lower Miocene of East Africa. Mit: SAH, R.B. & KIRCHNER, M. & SCHAUDERNA, H. & SCHLEICH, H.H.: Diatomites and their Fossils from Kathmandu Valley, Central Nepal. Mit: SEYED-ENAMI, K. & SCHAIRER, G. & AGHANABATI, A.A. & FAZL, M.: Ammoniten aus dem Bathon der Gegend von Tabas - Nayband (Zentraliran). Mit: SCHAIRER, G. & SCHLAMPP, V.: Cymoceras (Ammonitina, Ochetoceratina) von Esselberg. Mit: BARTHELT, D. & FEJFAR, O. & PFEIL, F.H. & UNGER, E.: Notizen zu einem Profil der Selachier-Fundstelle Walbertsweiler im Bereich der miozänen Oberen Meeresmolasse Süddeutschlands. 208 S., 36 Abb., 27 Tab., 30 Taf.;
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CAPPETTA, H. (2004):

Chondrichthyes II. Mesozoic and Cenozoic Elasmobranchii. in: KUHN / SCHULZE [Ed.]: Handbook of Palaeoichthyology. - 193 Seiten, 148 Abbildungen.

Das 1987 erschienene und seit Jahren vergriffene Handbuch nun endlich in unveränderter Neuauflage. Ein Bestseller und absolutes Standardwerk.

9783899371482
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CAPPETTA, H. (2012):

Chondrichthyes · Mesozoic and Cenozoic Elasmobranchii: Teeth. - 512 S., 459 Schwarzweißabbildungen, Hardcover.
Das lang erwartete Standardwerk zu den Haizähnen, nun endlich lieferbar.