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Calcareous algae: Introduction to Contributions from the 5th Regional Symposium of the International Fossil Algae Association

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This is an introduction to contributions to the 5th Regional Symposium of the International Fossil Algae Association held at the University of Ferrara in August, 2005. Four papers are included: 1) A paper on the dasyscladalean Triploporella praturlonii Barattolo 1982 from the Lower Barremian of France by Ioan I. Bucur, Annie Arnaud-Vanneau and Hubert Arnaud; 2) A palaeoenvironmental analysis of Late Miocene coralline red algal assemblages of central Crete (Greece) by Karsten Kroeger; 3) Pleistocene carbonate build-ups from the marine terrace of Cutro (Calabria, southern Italy) showing biologically-induced change of substrates in the coralligène de plateau by Daniela Basso, Ronald Nalin and Francesco Massari; and 4) An account of Pleistocene species of Lithophyllum (Corallinaceae, Rhodophyta) from Sicily by Raffaella Di Geronimo.
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Keywords: CALCAREOUS ALGAE; CORALLINALES; DASYCLADALES; PALAEOECOLOGY; TAXONOMY

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2007-05-01

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