Die Fauna der Clavulina Szabói Schichten


EVERY visitor to the Loan Exhibition of Scientific Apparatus at South Kensington must have noticed in the Geological Department some beautiful series of preparations of Foraminifera and Bryozoa from Hungary. These have been sent by Dr. von Hantken, the Director of the Hungarian Geological Survey, who has greatly distinguished himself by the remarkable skill with which he has studied these minute fossil organisms. One of these series of fossils, which English geologists have now such a valuable opportunity of studying, illustrates the remarkably rich. Foraminiferal fauna of the zone of Clavulina Szabói in Eastern Europe, a fauna which is very admirably described in the work before us. This memoir is a reprint of a portion of the fourth volume of the “Mittheilungen aus dem Jahrbuche der kön. ungar. geologischen Anstalt,” which is published in both the Hungarian and German languages.

Die Fauna der Clavulina Szabói Schichten.

Von Max. von Hantken. I. Theil: Foraminiferen. Mit 16 Tafeln. (Buda-Pesth, 1875.)

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J., J. Die Fauna der Clavulina Szabói Schichten . Nature 15, 115 (1876) doi:10.1038/015115a0

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