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(Lower Middle Miocene, Badenian limestone, post-Badenian lateritic clays, paleomagnetism, Fruška Gora Mt.)
units (undivided the Lower Miocene and Middle Miocene Badenian, predominantly). This is primarily thinking of the so-called Leitha limestone (Middle Miocene, Badenian), whichis an important component in cement production

susceptibility (AMS) is low with the dominant magnetic foliation. Key words: Lower Middle Miocene, Badenian limestone, post-Badenian lateritic clays, paleomagnetism,Fruška Gora Mt.Апстракт. Последњих неколико година, геолошка

marine Badenian sediments have a relativelysmall distribution at the Mutalj Quarry. If compared tothe northern parts of the mountain, there is a clear difference (PETKOVIĆ et al. 1976; RUNDIĆ et al. 2005).The Badenian sediments


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(miocene, Badenian, whale, Paratethys, Bosnia)
071127S(Badenian) age was proposed for all these finds.Nevertheless, the remains described by PAUNOVIĆ(1993) consist only of fossil vertebra.Mesocetus sp. is found in Slovakia in the MiddleMiocene (Late Badenian) locality

complete skeleton from theBadenian of Borbolya in West Hungary. It is alsoknown from the Middle Miocene (Late Badenian)locality Neudorf-Sandberg (Dvinska Nova Ves) on theborder of Slovakia and Austria (THENIUS 1952,STABOL & HOLEC

GORJANOVIĆ-KRAMBERGER (1892). The remains were recovered from the Sarmatian marls close to the border with the Badenian(“Sarmatian marls near to Mediterranean layers”;GORJANOVIĆ-KRAMBERGER 1892) at Susjed and Vrbačin Zagreb (Croatia)




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(Middle Miocene, Badenian, marine transgression, Vrdnik Coal Basin, northern Serbia)
graphically, the sediments of the Lower, Middle andUpper Badenian could be separated. Grayish sandymarls represent the oldest marine Badenian sediments. Occasionally, the Badenian sediments wereoverlaid by Upper Miocene (?Pontian)

ClimaticOptimum. Stratigraphically, this ?Upper Badenian carbonate ramp has a significantly wider distribution thana similar one formed during the Middle Badenian.• Within the Badenian shallow-water carbonates, theso-called Leitha

deposits lie below various Middle Miocene Badenian sands,conglomerates, sandy marls and clays, and differentlimestones and sandstones (ČIČULIĆ & RAKIĆ 1976).On the surface, marine Badenian deposits located atseveral places to


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of these deposits should be considered mainly of Mid- dle Miocene (Badenian) which com prises three parts: Early Badenian (Lagenidae Zone), Middle Badenian (Spirorutilus carinatus Zone), and Late Ba- denian (Ammonia beccarii

the end of Badenian. Also, this "Im- poverishment Zone” is characteristic of the uppermost zone of Upper Badenian in the area of Northern Bosnia (Vrabac, 1999). Very important difference be- tween the Upper Badenian and Low

here dated as Lovver Badenian vvill contribute to clarify more accurately the biogeographic pattern of Badenian fauna of the region, and fill in the gaps in the biostratigraphical di- vision of the Badenian sediments of Serbia