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Anomalien bei fossilen Dinoflagellaten

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Von einzelnen Exemplaren fossiler Dinoflagellaten werden kurz verschiedenartige Anomalien beschrieben, die die Grenzen normaler Variabilität der Arten überschreiten. Sie wurden beobachtet an Vertretern der Gattungen?Ascodinium, Cordosphaeridium, Deflandrea, Hystrichosphaeridium, Spinidinium undWetzeliella aus der Oberkreide Australiens, dem Alttertiär Tasmaniens und der obereozänen Bernstein-Formation des Samlandes.

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The present report deals with various anomalies of fossil dinoflagellates which exceed the scope of the normal variability of the species. They were observed on species of the genera?Ascodinium, Cordosphaeridium, Deflandrea, Hystrichosphaeridium, Spinidinium andWetzeliella from the Upper Cretaceous of Australia and from the Tertiary of Tasmania and Germany.

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Eisenack, A. Anomalien bei fossilen Dinoflagellaten. Paläont. Z. 45, 75–78 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02989677

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