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Klíčové slovo
    Conodonts
Monografie
    Conodonts from the Andes : proceedings of the 3rd International Conodont Symposium and Regional Field Meeting of the IGCP project 591
Článek
    Analysis of conodonts as sedimentary particles in calciturbidites and its implication for conodont biofacies interpretation
    Carboniferous conodonts from Brusník anticline (south Slovakia)
    Conodonts from the Paraceratites binodosus zone (Middle Triassic) from the Mecsek Mts., southern Hungary and from the Choč nappe of the Low Tatra Mts., Czechoslovakia
    Conodonts of the Klabava Formation (Early Ordovician, Prague Basin)
    Contribution to the biostratigraphy around the Lochkovian-Pragian boundary in Central Asia (graptolites, tentaculites, conodonts)
    Late Ludlow and Přídolí guide conodonts in the Požáry section (Czech Republic) and their correlation
    Late Ordovician conodonts from the Prague Basin, Bohemia
    Latest Silurian Conodonts from Klonk, Czechoslovakia
    Lochkovian conodonts from Podolia, Ukraine, and their stratigraphic significance
    Lower Devonian conodonts from the Karlík Valley and Na Branžovech sections in the Barrandian area, Czech Republic, and their significance for Pragian conodont zonation
    Lower Devonian conodonts from the Karlík Valley and Na Branžovech sections in the Barrandian area, Czech Republic, and their significance for Pragian conodont zonation
    Ontogenetic and intraspecific variation in the late Emsian - Eifelian (Devonian) conodonts Polygnathus serotinus and P. bultyncki in the Prague Basin (Czech Republic) and Nevada (western U.S.)
    Ordovician and Silurian stratigraphy and faunas (graptolites and conodonts) in the ossa Morena Zone of the SW Iberian Peninsula (Portugal and Spain)
    Stratigraphically significant conodonts from the Lochkovian of the Požáry section (Barrandian area, Czechia)
    Stratigraphically significant conodonts from the Lochkovian of the Požáry section (Barrandian area, Czechia)
    What conodonts can tell about the Spanish-Czech connection during Lochkovian times?