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Gastrochaenolites hospitium isp. nov., trace fossil by a coral-associated boring bivalve from the Eocene and Miocene of Austria

. & Bromley R. G. 1984: Ichnological nomenclature of clavate borings. Palaeontology 27, 793-807. Kleemann K. H. 1980: Boring bivalves and their host corals from the Great Barrier Reef. J. Molluscan Studies 46, 13-54. Kleemann K. H. 1982: Ätzmuscheln im Ghetto? Lithophaga (Bivalvia) aus dem Leithakalk (Mittel-Miozän: Badenian) von Müllendorf im Wiener Becken, Österreich. Beitr. Paläont. Österr. 9, 211-231. Kleemann K. 1994: Mytilid bivalve Lithophaga in Upper Triassic coral Pamiroseris

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The late Silurian–Middle Devonian long-term eustatic cycle as a possible control on the global generic diversity dynamics of bivalves and gastropods

, 303 pp. McRoberts, C.A. & Aberhan, M., 1997. Marine diversity and sea-level changes: numerical tests for association using Early Jurassic bivalves. International Journal of Earth Sciences 86, 160-167. Menning, M., Alekseev, A.S., Chuvashov, B.I., Davydov, V.I., Devuyst, F.-X., Forke, H.C., Grunt, T.A., Hance, L., Heckel, P.H., Izokh, N.G., Jin, Y.-G., Jones, P.J., Kot lyar, G.V., Kozur, H.W., Nemyrovska, T.I., Schneider, J.W., Wang, X.-D., Weddige, K., Weyer, D. & Work, D.M., 2006. Global time scale and regional stratigraphic

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Mercury concentration in bivalve molluscs

risk by mussel consumption. Environ Chem Lett 2012, 10, 69–77. 11. Kljaković-Gašpić Z., Odžak N., Ujević I., Zvonarić T., Horvat M., Barić A.: Biomonitoring of mercury in polluted coastal area using transplanted mussels. Sci Total Environ 2006, 368, 199–209. 12. Lepom P., Irmer U., Wellmitz J.: Mercury levels and trends (1993–2009) in bream ( Abramis brama L.) and zebra mussels ( Dreissena polymorpha ) from German surface waters. Chemosphere 2012, 86, 202–211. 13. Michalski M.: General information on bivalves of the bivalve molluscs intended for

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Contamination of raw bivalve molluscs available in Poland between 2009 and 2013 with marine biotoxins

on Polish market. Bull Vet Inst Pulawy 2013, 57, 525-528. 19. Pomykała R., Michalski M., Jóźwik A., Osek J.: Microbiological and marine biotoxins contamination of raw bivalve molluscs commercially available in Poland. Bull Vet Inst Pulawy 2012, 56, 563-568. 20. Quiliam M.A., Wright J.L.: The amnesic shellfish poisoning mystery. Anal Chem 1989, 61, 1053-1106. 21. Regulation (EC) No. 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs. OJ L 139, 30

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Microbiological and Marine Biotoxins Contamination of Raw Bivalve Molluscs Commercially Available in Poland

.: Seafood as potential source of poisoning by marine biotoxins. Medycyna Wet 2006, 62 , 370-373. 18. Oliveira J., Cunha A., Castilho F., Romalde J.L., Pereira M.J.: Microbial contamination and purification of bivalve shellfish: crucial aspects in monitoring and future perspectives - A mini-review. Food Control 2011, 22 , 805-816. 19. Papadopoulou C., Economou E., Zakas G., Salamoura C., Dontorou C., Apostolou J.: Microbiological and pathogenic contaminants of seafood in Greece. J Food Quality 2007, 30 , 28-42. 20

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Stratigraphic evidence of a Late Maeotian (Late Miocene) punctuated transgression in the Tanais Palaeobay (northern part of the Eastern Paratethys, South-West Russia)

Stratigraphic evidence of a Late Maeotian (Late Miocene) punctuated transgression in the Tanais Palaeobay (northern part of the Eastern Paratethys, South-West Russia)

The Tanais Palaeobay was located in the northern periphery of the eastern Paratethys Sea during the Late Miocene. New data from the Safianovo section (Rostov Dome, South-West of Russia) confirm that skeletal limestones (coquinites) of the Merzhanovskaja Formation belong to the Congeria (Andrusoviconcha) amygdaloides navicula Zone of the upper Upper Maeotian (the Maeotian is a regional chronostratigraphic unit of the Upper Miocene). Correlation of reference sections of these Upper Maeotian deposits within the Rostov Dome results in pattern of the palaeobay transgression, which was punctuated. The relative importance of local and global controls on this trangsression is not yet clear.

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New Alien Species Mytilopsis Leucophaeata and Corbicula Fluminalis (Mollusca, Bivalvia) Recorded in Georgia and Notes on Other Non-Indigenous Molluscs Invaded the South Caucasus

References Barach, G. 1964. Ozernye vodoemy Gruzii i ikh rybohozyaistvennoe znachenie ( Lake Reservoirs in Georgia and their Fishery Value ). Sabchota Sakartvelo, Tbilisi, 1–192 [In Russian]. Bij de Vaate, A., Jazdzewski, K., Ketelaars, H. A., Gollasch, S., Van der Velde, G. 2002. Geographical patterns in range extension of Ponto-Caspian macroinvertebrate species in Europe. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences , 59 (7), 1159–1174. Dziubińska, A. 2011. Mytilopsis leucophaeata , an alien dreissenid bivalve discovered in the Gulf

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Occurrence of saxitoxine (PSP marine biotoxine) in live molluscs available on Polish market

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Antibacterial Activity of Tissues of Bivalve Molluscs Available on Polish Market

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One hundred and ninety seven samples of molluscs representing different species were tested for the presence of antibacterial substances using a microbiological diffusion test - “4-plate” method. It was found that 58 samples (29.4%) were positive. The percentage of positive samples depended on species and varied from 0 (Ostrea edulis, Perna canaliculis, Cardium edule, Myretrix lyrata, Mercenaria mercenaria) to 41.2 (Mytilus edulis) and 50.0 (Tapes semidecussatus and Ruditapes phillipinarium). The randomly performed confirmatory analyses using HPLC -MS/MS method did not show the presence of any known antibiotics.

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Palaeontological analysis of Middle Miocene siltstones at Wiślica (Carpathian Foredeep, Poland)

szczegółowej mapy geologicznej Polski w skali 1:50000, arkusz Busko Zdrój [ Explanations to the detailed geological map of Poland 1:50000, sheet Busko Zdrój ]. Państwowy Instytut Geologiczny, Warszawa, 58 pp. Malinowska, L., & Piwocki, M., 1996, Budowa geologiczna Polski. T. 3. Atlas skamieniałości przewodnich i charakterystycznych. Cz. 3a [ Geology of Poland. Vol. 3. Atlas of index and characteristic fossils. Part 3a]. Polska Agencja Ekologiczna, Warszawa, 1074 pp. Mandic, O., 2004. Pectenid bivalves from Grund Formation (Lower Badenian, Middle Miocene

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