Ferrantia 73

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Christian Franke (Hrsg.) 2016 Beiträge zur Paläontologie des Unterdevons Luxemburgs (4) Ferrantia 73, Musée national d’histoire naturelle, Luxembourg, 153 p. date de publication: 1 juillet 2016 prix: 15 € Franke (Hrsg.) 2016 Texte complet (PDF) Inhaltsverzeichnis: Christian Franke: Die Fauna der Berlé-Quarzite in Luxemburg und West-Eifel   6-110 Yves Plusquellec, Arnost Galle, Christian Franke: New.. Lire la suite

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Ferrantia 71

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Robert Weis & Ben Thuy (éditeurs) 2015 Le Jurassique au Luxembourg (1) – Vertébrés, échinodermes et céphalopodes du Bajocien Ferrantia 71, Musée national d’histoire naturelle, Luxembourg, 112 p. date de publication: 24 août 2015 prix: 15 € Texte complet (PDF)   Table des matières: Robert Weis & Ben Thuy: Biodiversité et paléontologie    5-7 Dominique Delsate.. Lire la suite

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Early Devonian fossils from Eislek and Eifel

Systematic studies and paleogeographic conclusions The fossil records from lower Devonian of the Eislek hadn’t been reviewed since E. Asselberghs in the 1912. The knowledge of the different fossil groups didn’t progress since and the statements on paleogeographical and paleoenvironmental topics were therefore quite meagre or restricted to some points. The actual, long-term project, focuses.. Lire la suite

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Fossil vertebrates in Luxembourg, Palaeontology and Anthropology. From fish to humans, from the Devonian to the Mesolithic

Our research aims at investigating and describing the fossil vertebrates of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg and adjacent regions (SE Belgium, Lorraine), preserved in public and private collections or recently excavated. The Emsian strata yield agnathan, ostracoderm and porolepiform fishes, the Muschelkalk dolomites provide sharks and fishes, the Upper Triassic Keuper marls yield amphibians, fishes, pterosaur.. Lire la suite

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The Hettangian to earliest Sinemurian gastropods from Luxembourg: Systematics and palaeobiogeography of the gastropods housed in the collections of the MnhnL

With its collection of almost 500 specimens, the MnhnL houses one of the worldwide richest Hettangian-Sinemurian gastropod faunas. The gastropods from Luxembourg have been uncovered mainly from the Luxembourg Sandstone Formation, a sand waves and bars complex deposited on a shallow marine shelf under tidal-deltaic environmental conditions. The fauna comprises both families and genera of.. Lire la suite

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Coleoid cephalopods in the European Mesozoic: Systematics, evolution and paleobiogeography of fossil coleoids

Coleoidea is a subclass of the invertebrate class Cephalopoda and typified nowadays by squids, cuttlefish and octopods. During Mesozoic times, another group of coleoids dominated the seas: the belemnites. We found evidence that the fossil coleoid fauna from Luxembourg plays a key role in the evolution of cephalopods. Our daily work includes morphological analyses and.. Lire la suite

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