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1982. Dynamics of the biogeography and evolution of the ammonite faunas in the Jurassic. BSGF, 24, 1025-1046. I. L. 2006. Pliensbachian-Toarcian biotic turnover in north Siberia and the Arctic region. Strati. & Geol. Correlation, 14, 399-417. 8th International Symposium, Cephalopods – Present and Past (Dijon – France 2010) 34 Ammonite, inoceramid and nannofossil biostratigraphy across the Turonian–Coniacian boundary in the Aquitaine and Vocontian basins (France) and Diego Basin (Madagascar) Frédéric Diebold1, Peter Bengtson1, Jackie A.

Krasnoselskaya street 17, Moscow 107140, Russia Diplobelida is a coleoid order, combining rare isolated finds of peculiar Mesozoic coleoids, representing such genera as Diplobelus, Vectibelus, Chalalabelus and others. This group was erected by Naef (1922) as a family, and modern considerations on this taxon are based mostly on a detailed review made by Jeletzky (1981). The definitive characteristics are narrow proostracum and dorsal saddle at the suture line. Our investigation is based on numerous finds of well-preserved Chalalabelus rostra (>40 specimens attributing to 2 species to be described), coming from Middle Volgian (virgatus-nikitini boundary interval) of Kuntsevo locality in Moscow, and numerous (>50 specimens) Pavloviteuthis-like (undescribed genus and species) rostra from the same locality.

Birkelund, T. 1956. Upper Cretaceous Belemnites from West Greenland. Meddeleser om Gronland, 137 (9), 1- 28. Birkelund, T. and Hansen, H. J. 1974. Shell ultrastructure of some Maastrichtian Ammonoidea and Coleoidea and their taxonomic implications. Det Kongelige Dansk Videnskabernes Selskab. Biologiske Skrifter, 20, 1-34. Fuchs, D. and Tanabe, K. 2010. Re-investigation of shell morphology and ultrastructure in a Late Cretaceous coleoid spirulid Naefia matsumotoi. 195-207. , Sasaki, K. and Hirano, H.

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