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The macro fauna of the fot formation hungary

, : The macro fauna of the fot formation hungary. Magyar Allami Foldtani Intezet Evi Jelentese : 97-114

Macrofauna belonging to the Fot formation which was gathered from various sites does not show any characteristic pattern and can be evaluated only as a whole and chronostratigraphically. It most resembles the faunistic association of the Ottnangian. It can only be of Carpathian age. The fossil organisms belong to Lambellibranchia, Gastropoda, Brachiopoda, Echinozoa, Bryozoa, Crustaceae, Pisces and Anthozoa.

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