Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen

Hrsg.: Red.: H.P. Luterbacher u.a.

1998. 380 g
Language: Deutsch

(Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie - Abhandlungen, Band 207 Heft 3)

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Bhalla, S. N. & Kathal, P. K.: Recent foraminiferal thanatocoenoses
from the Gulf of Mannar, India. (With 3 figures and 1 table) 419 431
Brinkmann, W.: Sangiorgiosaurus n. g. - eine neue Mixosaurier-Gattung
(Mixosauridae, Ichthyosauria) mit Quetschzähnen aus der
Grenzbitumenzone (Mitteltrias) des Monte San Giorgio (Schweiz, Kanton
Tessin). [Sangiorgiosaurus n. g. - a new mixosaur genus
(Mixosauridae, Ichthyosauria) with crushing teeth from the
Grenzbitumenzone (Middle Triassic) of Monte San Giorgio (Switzerland,
Canton Ticino).] (Mit 6 Abbildungen) 125-144
Cooper, M. R.: A revision of the Turrilitidae (Cretaceous Ammonoidea)
from the Cambridge Greensand. (With 10 figures) 145-170
Di Stefano, G. & Petronio, C.: Origin of and relationships among the
Dama-like cervids in Europe. (With 13 figures and 1 table) 37-55
Galton, P. M.: The prosauropod dinosaur Plateosaurus (Dimodosaurus)
poligniensis (PIDANCET & CHOPARD, 1862) (Upper Triassic, Poligny,
France). (With 10 figures) 255-288
Gao, K. & Nessov, L. A. +: Early Cretaceous Squamates from the
Kyzylkum Desert, Uzbekistan. (With 4 figures) 289-309
Gaudant, J.: L'ichthyofaune des eaux continentales miocenes de Serbie
(Yugoslavia): une revision. [The fish-fauna of Miocene continental
waters from Serbia (Yugoslavia): a revision.] (Avec 4 figures) 107-123
Lehmann, J.: Taxonomy and nomenclature of large desmoceratids
(Ammonoidea) from the Cenomanian and Turonian (Upper Cretaceous) of
Western Europe. (With 3 figures) 405-418
Lingham-Soliar, T. & Reif, W.-E.: Taphonomic evidence for fast
tuna-like swimming in Jurassic and Cretaceous ichthyosaurs. (With 7
figures ) 171-183
Maisch, M. W.: Notes on the cranial osteology of Muraenosaurus
SEELEY, 1874 (Sauropterygia, Jurassic), with special reference to the
neurocranium and its implications for sauropterygian phylogeny. (With
15 figures and 1 table) 207-253
Martill, D. M. & Barker, M. J.: A new centipede (Arthropoda, Chilopoda)
from the Crato Formation (Lower Cretaceous, Aptian) of N. E. Brazil.
(With 5 figures) 395-404
Martill, D. M., Frey, E., Sadaqah, R. M. & Khoury, H. N.: Discovery of
the holotype of the giant pterosaur Titanopteryx Philadelphiae
ARAMBOURG 1959, and the status of Arambourgiania and Quetzalcoatlus
(With 8 figures) 57-76
Marzouk, A. M. & Lüning, S.: Comparative biostratigraphy of calcareous
nannofossils and planktonic foraminifera in the Paleocene of the
Eastern Sinai, Egypt. (With 14 figures) 77-105
Myczynski, R., Oloriz, F. & Villasenor, A. B.: Revised biostratigraphy
and correlations of the Middle-Upper Oxfordian in the Americas
(southern USA, Mexico, Cuba, and northern Chile). (With 2 figures)
Ouda, Kh.: Biostratigraphy, paleoecology and paleogeography of the
middle and late Tertiary deposits of the northern Western Desert,
Egypt. (With 24 figures) 311 394
Sardella, R.: The Plio-Pleistocene Old World dirk-toothed cat
Megantereon ex gr. cultridens (Mammalia, Felidae, Machairodontinae),
with comments on taxonomy, origin and evolution. (With 15 figures and
2 tables) 1-36