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- The Ladinian is a stage and age in the Middle Tri****ic series or epoch. It spans the time between 242 Ma and ~237 Ma (million years ago). The Ladinian was...
- Palaeocypridina goeroegae Sp. nov Valid Tóth & Cséfán Middle Tri****ic (Ladinian) Buchenstein Formation  Hungary A member of Myodocopa. Paracypris oanaella...
- extinct genus of pseudosuchian archosaur from the Middle Tri****ic (Anisian - Ladinian) of Switzerland and Italy. One of only a handful of fossil reptiles that...
- the Olenekian age (part of the Lower Tri****ic epoch) and precedes the Ladinian age. The stage and its name were established by Austrian geologists Wilhelm...
- d l e Capitanian Wuchiapingian Changhsingian Induan Olenekian Anisian Ladinian           ← Extinction event ← δ13C stabilises at +2 ‰. Calcified green...
- Late Tri****ic epoch. The Middle Tri****ic is divided into the Anisian and Ladinian ages or stages. Formerly the middle series in the Tri****ic was also known...
- Anisian to Ladinian in age. Formerly known as the Preesall Salt (named from the Lancashire village of Preesall), this member is Anisian to Ladinian in age...
- Alex Moroder (Ortisei, 13 May 1923 – Ortisei, 11 November 2006) was an Italian activist. He was the son of sculptor Ludwig Moroder and Adele Moroder. In...
- fossils suggestive of a more humid climate are known from the Anisian to Ladinian of the Tethysian domain, and from the Carnian and Rhaetian of a larger...
- Stahleckeria is an extinct genus of Middle Tri****ic (Ladinian) dicynodonts. It lived about 240 million years ago in what is now Brazil and Namibia. As...
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