Paleontological Journal

, Volume 47, Issue 5, pp 523–532 | Cite as

A revision of Clupea doljeana Kramberger and Sarmatella vukotinovici (Kramberger) (Pisces, Clupeidae) from the Sarmatian of Croatia

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Abstract

Based on the analysis of skull and postcranial morphology, the species Clupea doljeana Kramberger, 1884, Illusionella tsurevica Baykina, 2012, and I. pshekhensis Baykina, 2012 are transferred to the genus Sarmatella Menner, 1949. Emended descriptions of Clupea doljeana Kramberger, 1884 and Sarmatella vukotinovici (Kramberger, 1884) are provided. The genus Illusionella Baykina, 2012 is synonymized under Sarmatella Menner, 1949.

Keywords

Pisces Clupeidae Illusionell Sarmatella Clupea doljeana Sarmatian Croatia 

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  1. 1.Department of Paleontology, Faculty of GeologyMoscow State UniversityMoscowRussia

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