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    Belemnites of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin in a global context
    Cenomanian-Coniacian (Upper Cretaceous) belemnitellid distribution and belemnite events in the East European Province
    Cenomanian through the Lowermost Coniacian Belemnitellidae Pavlow (Belemnitida, Coleoidea) of the East European Province
    Coleoidea of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin (Czech Republic, Europe)
    Eoteuthoidae - a new family of Late Cretaceous dibranchiate cephalopods (Coleoidea, Decapoda, Teuthina?)
    Hercynian Cretaceous and "Plenus event"
    Late Valanginian-Hauterivian cephalopod fauna from the Stara Planina Mountain (eastern Serbia)
    Lower Turonian record of belemnite Praeactinocamax from NW Siberia and its palaeogeographic significance
    The manner of preservation of the Lower Campanian baculites from locality Temir river (North-West Kazakhstan)
    Numeric classification of belemnites of the genus Duvalia (Bayle et Zeiller)
    Numerická klasifikace některých druhů rodu Duvalia Bayle & Zeiller 1878
    Occurrence and significance of Cenomanian belemnites in the lower Danubian Cretaceous Group (Bavaria, southern Germany)
    Palaeobiogeography of the Cenomanian through the lowermost Coniacian belemnites (Belemnitellidae, Belemnitida) from eastern parts of the European Palaeobiogeographic Region
    Palaeoecology and palaeobiology of Upper Cretaceous belemnitellids
    Phylogeny of Praeactinocamax Naidin (Belemnitellidae, Upper Cretaceous)
    Rare evidences of shark predation in Upper Cretaceous belemnites
    Remarks to geographic distribution and phylogeny of the Upper Cretaceous belemnite genus Praeactinocamax Naidin
    Sea-level change, carbon cycling and palaeoclimate during the Late Cenomanian of northwest Europe : integrated palaeoenvironmental analysis
    The Upper Cretaceous belemnite Praeactinocamax plenus (Blainville, 1827) from Lower Saxony (Upper Cenomanian, northwest Germany) and its distribution pattern in Europe
    Upper Turonian belemnitellid occurrences in Europe in the light of palaeobiogeography, sealevel fluctuations, and palaeotemperature fluctuations)