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1. Remarks on Pseudovermiporella ELLIOTT, 1958 and the origin of thaumatoporellacean algae.


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2. Contribution to the understanding of Bacinella irregularis Radoicic, 1959 and pseudo-cellular (“bacinellid”) fabrics


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3. from Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous Reefal Limestones of Albania and the Northern Calcareous Alps (Austria)

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4. The dasycladalean algae of the Plassen Carbonate Platform (Kimmeridgian-Early Berriasian) and the Barmstein Limestone (Late Tithonian): taxonomic inventory and...


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5. Calcareous green algae from the Santonian Hochmoos Formation of Gosau (Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria, Lower Gosau Subgroup)


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6. Morphological specification of Chinianella scheympflugi HOFMANN, 1994, a Late Jurassic (?Earliest Cretaceous) dasycladalean alga of the western Tethyan domain


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7. New observations on Permocalculus gosaviensis SCHLAGINTWEIT, 1991 (calcareous alga) from the Upper Cretaceous of the Northern Calcareous Alps (Gosau Group, Austria)


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8. Thaumatoporella ladders unraveled


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9. Cryptobiotic foraminifera from the Paleocene Kambühel formation (northern calcareous Alps, Austria)


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10. New insights into Troglotella incrustans WERNLI & FOOKES, 1992, a fascinating Upper Jurassic-Upper Cretaceous foraminifer


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