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Kamil Zágorsek; Miklós Kázmér:

Eocene Bryozoa from Hungary

(part I. Localities and discussions, part II. Systematic palaeontology)

2001. 159 pages, 7 figures, 2 tables, 36 plates, 21x30cm, 700 g
Language: English

(Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, Band 231)

ISBN 978-3-510-61322-9, paperback, price: 40.00 €

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EocenebryozoanHungaryfossilsystematics

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From 1992 to 1996 the authors spent many weeks in the field in Hungary, Slovakia and Italy to find localities with Eocene sediments containing Bryozoa. The investigations of the Hungarian Eocene yielded an exceptionally rich collection of Bryozoa, which seems to be the richest association from the Eocene in the Alpine-Carpathian region. The preparation of samples, determination and description of species are presented in this study. The first part describes the localities examined, provides a historical background to the area and deals with the comparison and palaeoecology of Bryozoans. The second part providing detailed descriptions of the species found in systematic order.

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Eocene Bryozoa from Hungary (part I)
Kamil ZAGORSEK & Miklbs KAZMER
Localities and discussions 1
Introduction 1
Previous research 1
Stratigraphy Stratigraphy 2
Methods 3
Localities 4
Discussion 7
Eocene Bryozoa from Hungary (part II)
Kamil ZAGORSEK & Miklds KAZMER
Systematic palaeontology 19
Introduction 19
List of species in systematic order 20
Systematic description of species found 23
References 75
Index of genera & species 81
Glossary of special terms used 85
Plates I-XXXVI 88