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Abstract The Mesozoic basement complex in South Sulawesi, Indonesia, is exposed in two areas near Bantimala and Barru, known as the Bantimala Complex and the Barru Complex. The complexes consist of metamorphic, ultramafic and sedimentary rocks. Part of th... see more

The object of our study was phosphated remains of ichnofaunas from the basal horizon of the Kanivska suite (Eocene), which transgressively onlaps here the eroded top of the Burimska suite. The goal of the research was to reconstruct some sedimentation fea... see more

The branched trace fossil Chondrites affinis (Sternberg, 1833), synonymised so far with C. targionii (Brongniart, 1828), has been analyzed in an exceptionally well preserved specimen from the Saraceno Formation (?Upper Cretaceous; ?Eocene-Miocene) in the ... see more

Rudist bivalve assemblages and biofacies spanning from the Cenomanian to the Maastrichtian age interval have been detected in ten selected fossiliferous localities of Cilento and western Basilicata (southern Apennines, southern Italy). Their distribution ... see more

The mid-Cretaceous succession of the central Southern Alps (Trento and Verona) is mainly represented by basinal deposits of the Scaglia Variegata.In this paper, the presence of a Radiolitidae in the Scaglia Variegata of the Lessini Mountains is reported. ... see more

Cretaceous porphyry copper deposits of northern Chile (28º-29º30’ S) are genetically related with dacitic to dioritic porphyries and they represent a still poorly-explored target for Cu resources. The porphyries correspond to stocks distributed into two s... see more

The Neuquén Basin in northwestern Patagonia, Argentina, holds the most important record of Cretaceous dinosaurs in South America.The Neuquén Group (Upper Cretaceous) is the richest dinosaur-bearing unit of the basin. It comprises the Río Limay, the Río Ne... see more

A single specimen of a new acanthomorph fish is described from a Turonian locality sampling the northern part of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. This brings to three the number of acanthomorphs from Lac des Bois, Northwest Territories, Canada. The... see more

Over the last few decades, the systematics and evolution of carcharodontosaurids, a group of large predatory dinosaurs, from North Africa have been better understood mainly due the discovery of new species. We review this record here and discuss its impor... see more

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