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Preface Scope and development of Palaeontology
Systematics and taxonomy
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abundance adapted algae alleles ammonites annelids areas arthropods Baltic basins benthos biocoenoses biocoenosis biotopes bivalves body brachiopods bryozoa calcareous calcite Cambrian cells cephalopods changes characteristics chlorophyll classification coelom corals Crawling trails Cretaceous depends depth diagenesis distribution diversity Dwelling burrows ecological environments evolution evolutionary example factors fauna Feeding trails fish flora foraminifera forms gastropods genera genus geographical Geology graptolites growth habitat hydrozoa important increases Jurassic ammonite larval live mammals marine Mesozoic molluscs morphological mutations natural selection number of species occur ocean original oxygen palaeontology Palaeozoic parasites Permian phase Phylum planktonic plants and animals Pleistocene population preserved produced radiation radiolaria Recent recognised reefs relationship remains reproduction reptiles salinity sediment sediment surface Seilacher sequence sessile shelf shell skeletal material skeleton specialised sponges stages stratigraphic structure substrate taxa taxon temperature terrestrial Tertiary Tethys trace fossils types upper Jurassic usually vagile variability variation vertebrates whereas worms zone fossils