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Camian microfossils from Bev ko
Tea Kolar-Jurkovek
Geologija , 1994,
Abstract: In the section west of Bev ko with prevailing platy limestone the fossil microfauna was studied. The association consists of foraminifers, ostracods,conodonts and fish remains. Determined microfauna is characterized by the conodont element Neogondolella polygnathiformis indicating the Carnian stage.
Latest Triassic conodonts of the Slovenian Basin and some remarks on their evolution
Tea Kolar-Jurkovek
Geologija , 2011,
Abstract: A stratigraphical importance of some latest Triassic conodont taxa from the Slovenian Basin with special regard on their distribution in the Slatnik Formation of the Mt. Kobla section (Julian Alps) is presented. Description of a new species Misikella buseri n. sp. is given. It is marked by a reduced segminate element and it represents a distinct stage at the decline of Misikella evolution.
Holothurian sclerites of Carnian strata in the Me ica area, Slovenia
Tea Kolar-Jurkovek,Bogdan Jurkovek
Geologija , 2009,
Abstract: The paper presents holothurian sclerites from the 2nd clastic horizon of the “Raibl Beds” in the Me ica area. Thefauna is dominated by genus Theelia, represented by T. immisorbicula Mostler, T. planorbicula Mostler and T. ex gr.variabilis Zankl in association with species Priscopedatus ploechingeri Mostler. Julian age of the holothurian-bearingbed is defined by conodont apparatus Nicoraella ? budaensis Kozur & Mock.
Stratigraphic succesion of the Upper Cretaceous fish assemblages of Kras (Slovenia)
Lionel Cavin,Bogdan Jurkovek,Tea Kolar-Jurkovek
Geologija , 2000,
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Lower Triassic beds from Tehovec (Polhov Gradec Hills, Slovenian)
Bogdan Jurkovek,Bojan Ogorelec,Tea Kolar-Jurkovek
Geologija , 1998,
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Plant fossils in the Carboniferous beds of the motorway route at Bizovik
Tea Kolar-Jurkovek,Bogdan Jurkovek
Geologija , 2002,
Abstract: Study of fossil plants that were found during construction work of the Eastern Ljubljana motorway at Bizovik demonstrated that similar plants flourished in the uniform Euroamerican floristic area that extended in the Late Carboniferous from the present NorthAmerica across Europe to Asia. The collected fossil flora consists predominantly of Pteridophyta, represented by Equisetopsida, Lycopodiopsida and Polypodiopsida. Gymnospermae are also present, represented by Pteridospermopsida and Cordaitanthales.
Fossil turtles in Slovenia
Bogdan Jurkovek,Tea Kolar-Jurkovek
Geologija , 1994,
Abstract: Authors present a comprehensive review of finds of fossil turtles in Slovenia and some basic notions on their morphological and evolutionary characteristics.From the suborder Pleurodira in Slovenia there is the only species Sontiochelys cretacea St che known which has been found in Cretaceous beds near Gorica. All other specimens belong to the suborder Cryptodira, and most of them were collected in previous century in Oligocene beds of Zasavje. Among them appearsthe important specimen of the holotype of Testudo riedli Hoemes and several specimens of soft-shelled turtles (Trionychidae) belonging to the genera Trionyx.All described Tertiary specimens are deposited in the Styrian provincial museum Joanneum in Graz, Austria, Carinthian provincial museum in Klagenfurt, Austria,Provincial museum in Celje and in Museal collection in La ko, both in Slovenia.
Late Carboniferous flora of Castle Hill in Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Tea Kolar-Jurkovek,Bogdan Jurkovek
Geologija , 2007,
Abstract: Finds of Paleozoic fossil flora on the Ljubljana Castle Hill were first described in 19th century, therefore the wider area of the planned cable car to the Ljubljana castle was defined as apotentially important fossil locality already before the start of construction works. During geologic-paleontologic monitioring a fossil assemblage of Equisetopsida (Articulatae), Lycopodiopsida (Lycopsida), Pteridospermopsida and Cordaitanthales that permit to confirm the Upper Carboniferous age of beds.The Castle Hill is the western mostlocality of Paleozoic flora in the Sava Folds,and itrepresents anadditional contribution to the knowledge on extension of the Euramerian floristic area.
Triassic conodonts of the Slovenian Basin
Stanko Buser,Tea Kolar-Jurkovek,Bogdan Jurkovek
Geologija , 2007,
Abstract: Slovenian Basin was formed during the Ladinian following disintegration of the Slovenian Carbonate Platform. It persisted continuously until the Late Cretaceous. Several conodont asscociations were recognized within the Triassic rocks of the Slovenian Basin. Stratigraphically significant species belong to the genera Budurovignathus, Epigondolella, Gladigondolella, Metapolygnathus, Misikella, Neogondolella, Nicoraella, Norigondolellaand Paragondolella.
Macrofauna of the Carnian beds in the Me ica area
Bogdan Jurkovek,Tea Kolar-Jurkovek,Glenn S. Jaecks
Geologija , 2002,
Abstract: Three clastic marly-shaly horizons occur within the Carnian carbonate rocks near Me ica and rna na Koro kem, Slovenia. The marly-shaly beds directly overlie oolitic and oncoidal limestones. In the lowermost of these clastic horizons, several cephalophod species,including the most common Carnites floridus (Wulfen), were collected. In addition, bivalves, gastropods and sparse vertebrate remains are present.Within the second clastic horizon, there is a distinctive layer characterized by numerous specimens of the bivalve Hoernesia sturi (W hrmann), which was also found, though less commonly, in the lowermost clastic horizon. No fossil macrofauna was found in the third, uppermost clastic horizon.The oolitic and oncoidal layers at the base of all three clastic horizons also contain abundant echinoids and crinoids, as well as rare earliest thecideide brachiopods.The lithostratigraphic associations of the Carnian beds in the Me ica area express the same eustatically-driven cyclicity that is exhibited regionally in the “Raibl group” of the Eastern Alp
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