FAUNA VRTŮ HL1 A HL2 U HLUCHOVA (STŘEDNÍ MIOCÉN), PROSTĚJOVSKO

Kamil Zágoršek, Pavla Tomanová Petrová, Slavomír Nehyba, Vladimíra Jašková, Šárka Hladilová

Abstrakt

The lithological profile studied within two boreholes near Hluchov can be subdivided into three sections: in lower one occurs sandy clay with large clasts of Carboniferous rock, the medium part is characteristic by occurrence of calcareous sand and the youngest part with the most variable lithology contains calcareous sands, sandy limestones, limestones and clays. Beside bryozoans, which dominate in all sections, samples contain molluscs, foraminifers, fragments of echinoids, ostracods, otoliths, teeth of bone fishes, and fragments of spicules of sponges. Altogether 24 bryozoans species have been determined, from them five species important for palaeoecology have been described and illustrated. Palaeoecological analysis suggests mixed palaeoenvironment.

Bibliografická citace

Zágoršek, K., Petrová, P. T., Nehyba, S., Jašková, V., & Hladilová, Š. (2016). FAUNA VRTŮ HL1 A HL2 U HLUCHOVA (STŘEDNÍ MIOCÉN), PROSTĚJOVSKO. Geologické výzkumy na Moravě a ve Slezsku, 17(1-2). Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/gvms/article/view/4742

Klíčová slova

Bryozoa; Foraminifera; Middle Miocene; Moravia; paleoecology

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