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Taxonomy and stratigraphic distribution of the ammonite Schloenbachia Neumayr, 1875 from the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin

References Brongniart, A. (1822): Sur quelques terrains de Craie hors du Bassin de Paris. – In: Cuvier, G., Brongniart, A. (eds), Description géologique des environs de Paris, 3rd edition. Dufour et d’Ocagne, Paris, pp. 80–101. Diedrich, C. G. (2010): Huge accumulations of Upper Cretaceous giant ammonite shells in benthic islands of the southern North Sea Basin of Central Europe. – Episodes, 33(3): 164–171. Douvillé, H. (1890): Sur la classification des cératites de la Craie. – Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France, 18(3): 275

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Ammonites and magnetostratigraphy of the Berriasian–Valanginian boundary deposits from eastern Crimea

, 2015). Paleontological Institute, Moscow, 4, 109-111 (in Russian). Arkadiev V.V., Bagayeva M.I., Guzhikov A.Yu., Manikin A.G., Perminov V.A. & Yampolskaya O.B. 2010: Bio- and magnetostratigraphy characteristic of the Upper Berriasian section “Zavodzkaya balka” (Eastern Crimea, Feodosia). Bull. Saint Petersburg St. Univ., Geology, Geography 7, 2, 3-16 (in Russian). Arkadiev V.V., Rogov M.A. & Perminov V.A. 2011: New occurrences of heteromorph ammonites in the Berriasian-Valanginian of the Crimean Mountains. Paleontolog. J. 45, 4, 390

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The systematics and paleobiogeographic significance of Sub-Boreal and Boreal ammonites (Aulacostephanidae and Cardioceratidae) from the Upper Jurassic of the Bohemian Massif

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High-resolution ammonite, belemnite and stable isotope record from the most complete Upper Jurassic section of the Bakony Mts (Transdanubian Range, Hungary)

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Calcareous nannofossil and ammonite integrated biostratigraphy across the Jurassic – Cretaceous boundary strata of the Kopanitsa composite section (West Srednogorie Unit, southwest Bulgaria)

. 2016a: Systematic palaeontology of the Perisphinctoidea in the Jurassic/Cretaceous boundary interval at Le Chouet (Drôme, France), and its implications for biostratigraphy. Acta Geol. Pol. 66, 2, 157–177. Frau C., Bulot L.G., Wimbledon W.A.P. & Ifrim C. 2016b: Late Tithonian Himalayitidae Spath, 1925 and Neocomitidae Salfeld, 1921 (Perisphinctoidea, Ammonitina) from Charens (Drome, France). Geol. Carpath. 67, 6, 543–559. Frau C., Bulot L. G., Reháková D., Wimbledon W.A.P. & Ifrim C. 2016c: Revision of the ammonite index species Berriasella jacobi

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Sinemurian biostratigraphy of the Tannscharten section near Reichraming (Lower Jurassic, Schneeberg Syncline, Northern Calcareous Alps)

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Palaeontology of the Middle Turonian limestones of the Nysa Kłodzka Graben (Sudetes, SW Poland): biostratigraphical and palaeogeographical implications

. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 310, 216-226. Ion, J., Antonescu, E., Melinite, M. C. & Szasz, L., 2004. Integrated biostratigraphy of the Turonian of Romania. Acta Palaeontologica Romaniae 4, 151-161. Ivannikov, A. V., 1967. A giant ammonite from the southern border of the Donets Basin, USSR. Dopovidi Akademiyi Nauk Ukrayins'koyi RSR, seriya B: Geologiya, Geofizika, Khimiya ta Biologiya 1, 13-17. Jagt-Yazykova, E. A., 2011. Palaeobiogeographical and palaeobiological aspects of

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Mogharaeceras priscum (Douvillé, 1916) a peculiar Barremian ammonite (Desmoceratoidea, Barremitinae) from Northern Sinai (Egypt)

References Abu-Zied R. H. 2008: Lithostratigraphy and biostratigraphy of some Lower Cretaceous outcrops from Northern Sinai, Egypt. Cretaceous Research 29, 603-624. Aly M. F. 2006: Aptian cephalopods from Gabal Aru Ruqum, North Sinai, Egypt. Egypt. J. Paleontology 6, 347-385. Aly M. F. & Abdel-Gawad G. I. 2001: Early Cretaceous ammonites of Gebel Lagama, North Sinai, Egypt. Palaeontographica A 262, 25-52. Avram E. 1997: Barremitites , new genus of

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An account of the bio- and magnetostratigraphy of the Upper Tithonian—Lower Berriasian interval at Le Chouet, Drôme (SE France)

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Some perisphinctoid ammonites of the Štramberk Limestone and their dating with associated microfossils (Tithonian to Lower Berriasian, Outer Western Carpathians, Czech Republic)

: Description and biozonation of crinoid saccocomid sections from the Upper Jurassic sediments (Oxfordian-Tithonian) of the western Tethyan realm. Annales de Paléontologie 101, 95-117. Blaschke F. 1911: Zur Tithonfauna von Stramberg in Mähren. Annalen des Kaiserlich-königlichen naturhistorischen Hofmuseums 25, 143-222. Bogdanova T.N. & Arkadiev V.V. 2005: Revision of species of the ammonite genus Pseudosubplanites from the Berriasian of the Crimean mountains. Cretaceous Research 26, 488-506. Buckman S.S. 1921: Yorkshire Type

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