Glypheoid lobsters, Glyphea (Glyphea) muensteri (Voltz), from the Oxfordian deposits of the Central Polish Uplands

Reinhard Forster, Bronisław Andrzej Matyja


The glypheoid lobsters, Glyphea (Glyphea) muensteri (VOLTZ), previously unknown in Poland, are reported from the Oxfordian deposits (Plicatilis and Bimammatum Zones) of the Polish Jura and Holy Cross Mts. This species, well-known from the Oxfordian of northwestern Europe, occurs in Poland in the sponge megafacies, and it is confined to inter- and/or extrabioherm facies areas.

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