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Earth-Science Reviews, ISSN 0012-8252, 11/2016, Volume 162, pp. 44 - 57
Fossilized soft tissues of animals (e.g. muscles, hair and feathers) are valuable sources of palaeobiological information, but a poor preservation potential... 
Hair | Vertebrates | Animals | Muscles | Inclusions | Embryos | Fossils | Soft tissues
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2018, Volume 13, Issue 5, p. e0196982
Coprolites are some of the most abundant fossils at the Las Hoyas site, a well-known Early Cretaceous Konservat-Lagerstatte located in Cuenca, central Spain.... 
PRESERVATION | FOOD-WEB | DINOSAUR COPROLITES | IBERIAN RANGES | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | FECES | TRIASSIC COPROLITES | TAPHONOMY | LAMETA FORMATION | INDIA | VERTEBRATE COPROLITES | Taxonomy | Desiccation | Organisms | Museums | Cylinder heads | Cretaceous | Associations | Fossils | Wetlands | Crocodiles | Microorganisms | Animals | Lace | Insects | Morphology | Mats | Polarity | Feces | Microbial mats | Elongation | Natural history | Sedimentation & deposition | Aquatic ecosystems | Drying
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PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY, ISSN 0031-0182, 01/2018, Volume 489, pp. 15 - 28
With high organic content and abundant microbiota, feces are typically only preserved for a few days, weeks or months after deposition and mostly never enter... 
Fossil feces | MAMMALIAN PREY DIGESTIBILITY | MEDICINE FORMATION | CHANARES FORMATION | PEDOGENIC CARBONATE | LAMETA FORMATION | VERTEBRATE COPROLITES | EARLY DIAGENESIS | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PALEONTOLOGY | DINOSAUR COPROLITES | HIGH GROWTH-RATES | Ischigualasto-Villa Union Basin | POLLEN ANALYSIS | Paleoecology | Taphonomy | Paleobiology
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Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, ISSN 0031-0182, 10/2015, Volume 435, pp. 118 - 126
Numerous coprolites are described for the first time herein from the Lower Triassic (Olenekian) shallow marine sedimentary rocks in southern Poland. X-ray... 
Coprolites | Nematodes | Marine vertebrates | Mesozoic Marine Revolution | Predation | Early Triassic | HILL | DINOSAURS | TRENDS | PHOSPHATE | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | PALEONTOLOGY | ECOSYSTEM | Phosphates | Mass extinction theory | Calcite crystals | Analysis | Rocks, Sedimentary | Marine sediments | Calcium phosphate | Carbonates | Nematoda | Paleontology
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 01/2013, Volume 8, Issue 1, p. e55007
Remains of parasites in vertebrates are rare from the Mesozoic and Paleozoic. Once most parasites that live in - or pass through - the gastrointestinal tract... 
BASIN | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | Animals | Feces - parasitology | Ovum | Cestoda | Sharks - parasitology | Paleontology | Fossils | Protection and preservation | Sulfur compounds | Gastrointestinal system | Mesozoic | Larvae | Parasitology | Permian | Gastrointestinal tract | Parasites | Operculum | Publishing industry | Eggs | Paleozoic | Vertebrates | Intestinal parasites | Pyrite | Intestine | Morphology | Clusters | Parasitism | Elongation | Worms | Paleobiology
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