Table of Contents: The Origins of Applied Micropalaeontology
Grzybowski and his school: the beginnings of applied mimpalaeontology in Poland at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.
The Miaofauna of the Carpathian Sandstones from the environs of Dukla.
]ozef Grzybowski (1894)
The Foraminifera of the Red Clays from Wadowice.
Jozef Grzybowski (1896)
The Foraminifera of oil-bearing beds in the vicinity of Krosno.
Jozef Grzybowski (1898)
The Foraminifera of the Inweramus beds in the vicinity of Gorlice.
Joef Grzybowski (1901)
The Foraminifera of the Inweramus beds in the vicinity of Rzesdw and Dgbica (abridged).
Wilhelm Friedberg (1901)
The Inweramus Beds from the quarry in Szymbark, near Gorlice (abridged).
Maria Dylaianka (1923)
The Geology of the External Carpathians: The classic localities revisited.
A revision of foraminifera] species in the Grzybowski Collection.
Michael A. Kaminski and Stanislaw Geroch
Appendix - citations of taxa
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