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Géczy et al. (2008)
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Géczy B., Kovácz Z., Szente I. (2008) Remarks on the Toarcian–Aalenian fossil assemblage of the Kis-Teke Hill, Gerecse Mts (Hungary) // in Galacz A. (ed.): 125th Anniversary of the Department of Palaeontology at Budapest University – A Jubilee Volume. Hantkeniana. V.6. P.33-55.

Pdf: http://rogov.zwz.ru/Geczy_et%20al.,%202008_Tekehegy.pdf

The red, nodular marl beds of Toarcian-Aalenian age of the Kis-Teke Hill yielded a rich fossil assemblage consisting of gastropods, bivalves, ammonites, belemnites and brachiopods. The ammonite fauna proved to be especially abundant and diverse and the relatively high percentage of Ammonitina allowed a biostratigraphical subdivision of the section. Beside representatives of taxa characteristic of the peri-Mediterranean Jurassic some rare genera including Urkutites, Rarenodia, Praerycites and Staufenia have also been encountered. These and some other interesting forms are described.

Thanks to Dr. István Szente for this pdf!


Middle Jurassic - Lower Cretaceous ammonites & aptychi
 
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