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A new Chondrichthyan from the Wenlock, Lower Silurian, of Baillie-Hamilton Island, the Canadian Arctic. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 21(4), 693–701
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Die erste Wirbeltierfauna aus der miozänen Braunkohle der Niederrheinischen Bucht (Ville-Schichten, Tagebau Hambach). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 74(1–2), 145–170
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Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Fauna des Rupels der südlichen Leipziger Tieflandbucht. Teil I: Die Selachier des Leipziger Rupels. Abhandlungen und Berichte des Naturkundlichen Museums Mauritianum Altenburg, 9(2), 83–117
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Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Fauna des Rupels der südlichen Leipziger Tieflandbucht. Teil III: Weitere Fischreste aus verschiedenen Horizonten der Leipziger Rupelserie. Abhandlungen und Berichte des Naturkundlichen Museums Mauritianum Altenburg, 10(2), 115–148
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Fauna und Palökologie des marinen Mitteloligozäns der Leipziger Tieflandsbucht (Böhlener Schichten). Altenburger naturwissenschaftliche Forschung, 2, 1–152
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Selachier (Pisces: Neoselachii) aus dem höheren Campanium (Oberkreide) Westfalens (Nordrhein-Westfalen, NW-Deutschland). Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen, 14, 1–161
Müller, A. (1990)
Fische aus der Westfälischen Oberkreide. Westfalen im Bild, 6: 1–36, 12 Dias
Müller, A. (1990)
Eine Ichthyofauna aus dem Neogen einer Bohrung in der nördlichen Nordsee. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 181(1–3), 431–453
Müller, A. (1991)
Die marinen Faunen des Tertiärs aus den Schächten des Steinkohlenbergbaues der Niederrheinischen Bucht. Teil 1. Zur tertiären Fauna des Schachtes Erkelenz. Eine Ichthyofauna aus dem Paläozän des Schachtes Sophia Jacoba 8 (Erkelenz, Niederrhein, NW-Deutschland). Decheniana, Beihefte, 30, 213–231
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Fische aus dem Campan (Oberkreide) der Bohrung Metelen 1001 (Münsterland, NW-Deutschland). Facies, 24, 129–134
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Geologisch-Paläontologische Aufschlußaufnahme und Dokumentation der Ziegeleigruben bei Buldern. Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen, 22, 87–103
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Pliozäne Ichthyofaunen (Pisces: Neoselachii, Teleostei) aus Griechenland (Nordwest-Peloponnes). Münstersche Forschungen zur Geologie und Paläontologie, 76: 201–241
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Die Ichthyofauna des Oberoligozäns der Hessischen Senke (Raum Kassel, Deutschland). Leipziger Geowissenschaften, 2, 31–115
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Ichthyofaunen aus dem atlantischen Tertiär der USA. Leipziger Geowissenschaften, 9–10, 1–360
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Ein artikulierter Fund von Ptychodus aus dem Obercenoman von Westfalen. Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen, 70, 55–63
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Obereozäne bis oligozäne marine Faunen Mitteldeutschlands - eine Übersicht. Mit einer einer lithostratigrafischen Neugliederung des Unteroligozäns im Südraum Leipzig. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften, 159(1), 23–79
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Der Steinbruch Mammendorf NW Magdeburg - ein Felslitoral der unteroligozänen Nordsee. Geologica Saxonica, 57, 1–119
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Die Neoselachier der höheren Oberkreide (Campanium) des Münsterlandes. Eine Übersicht. Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen, 85, 1–61
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Selachier (Pisces, Chondrichthyes) aus dem Cenomanium von Ascheloh am Teutoburger Wald (Nordrhein-Westfalen, NW-Deutschland). Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen, 20, 3–105
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Fischreste aus dem Unteroligozän der Krim. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Monatshefte, 2003, 321–339
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Neue Selachier (Neoselachii, Squalomorphii) aus dem Campanium Westfalens (NW-Deutschland). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen, 178(1), 1–35
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Zur Oologie fossiler Tiere. Biologische Rundschau, 16, 155–174
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Über Palaeoxyris und andere Eikapseln fossiler Knorpelfische (Chondrichthyes). Freiberger Forschungshefte, C342, 7–28
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The fish fauna of the Late Jurassic Solothurn Turtle Limestone (NW Switzerland). Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 104(Suppl. 1), 133–146
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Kann man aus den Charakteristiken verschiedener Zahntypen/-muster fossiler Haie auf deren Ernährungsweise schließen? Pollichia–Kurier, 33(1), 10–15
Müllerried, F.K.G. (1945)
El edéstido Helicoprion, encontrado por primera vez en Mexico, en el estado de Coahuila. Ciencia Mexicana, 6, 208–212
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(Aellopos elongata in Jurakalk). In: Mittheilungen an den Prof. Bronn gerichtet. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefaktenkunde, 1836, 581
Münster, G.G. (1839)
Beschreibung einiger seltenen Versteinerungen des Zechsteins. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 1, 44–47
Münster, G.G. (1839)
Ueber einige merkwürdige Fische aus dem Kupferschiefer und dem Muschelkalk. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 1, 114–122
Münster, G.G. (1840)
Über einige Placoiden im Kupferschiefer zu Richelsdorf. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 3, 122–126
Münster, G.G. (1840)
Ueber eine neue Art Myriacanthus, Agassiz. Im oberen Jura-Kalk. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 3, 127–128
Münster, G.G. (1841)
Beschreibung und Abbildung der in den Kalkmergelschichten von St. Cassian gefunden Versteinerungen. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 4, 25–152
Münster, G.G. (1842)
Beschreibungen einiger neuen Fische in den litho­graphischen Schiefern von Bayern. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 5, 55–64
Münster, G.G. (1842)
Beschreibungen einiger fossiler Fischzähne aus dem Tertiär-Becken von Wien, mit den beiden neuen Gattungen Capitodus und Soricidens. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 5, 65–69
Münster, G.G. (1842)
Beitrag zur Kenntniss einiger neuen seltenen Versteinerungen aus den lithographischen Schiefern in Baiern. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie und Petrefaktenkunde, 1842, 35–46
Münster, G.G. (1842)
Ueber eine neue Art Myriacanthus im Jurakalk. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 5, 111
Münster, G.G. (1842)
Beschreibung einiger merkwürdigen Fische aus den Kupferschiefern von Richelsdorf und Eisleben. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 5, 35–54
Münster, G.G. (1843)
Beschreibung einiger neuer Fische aus der Jura-Formation von Bayern und Württemberg. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 6, 53–56
Münster, G.G. (1843)
Nachtrag zu der Beschreibung einiger merkwürdigen Fische aus den Kupferschiefern. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 6, 47–52
Münster, G.G. (1846)
Ueber die im Korallenkalk des Lindner Berges bei Hannover vorkommenden Ueberreste von Fischen. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 7, 36–50
Münster, G.G. (1846)
Ueber die in der Tertiär-Formation des Wiener Beckens vorkommenden Fisch-Ueberreste, mit Beschreibung einiger neuen merkwürdigen Arten. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 7, 1–31
Münster, G.G. (1846)
Ueber einige fossile Stachelschuppen der Gattung Raja. Beiträge zur Petrefactenkunde, 7, 32–33