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1. Bivalve reefs from the Upper Triassic of Iran


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2. Late Triassic Naticid Drillholes: Carnivorous Gastropods Gain a Major Adaptation but Fail to Radiate

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4. Taxonomie, Paläoökologie und Paläobiodiversitätsdynamik benthischer Mollusken an der Kreide-Paläogen-Grenze von Patagonien

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5. Jurassic corals from southern Tunisia


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6. Jurassic corals from the Shemshak Formation of the Alborz Mountains, Iran


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7. Jurassic corals from the Jaisalmer Basin, western Rajasthan, India


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8. First record of ammonites from the Badamu Formation at the Shotori Mountains (Central Iran)


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9. Facies analysis and depositional environments of the Upper Cretaceous Sadr unit in the Nakhlak area, Central Iran ; Facies analysis and depositional environments of the Upper...


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10. First record of ammonites from the Badamu Formation at the Shotori Mountains (Central Iran)


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