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(middle Jurassic, radiolarians, Internal Dinarides, Komarani Village, SW Serbia)
Internal Dinarides); 4, Jadar and Kopaonik blocks (partof the Internal Dinarides); 5, Dinaridic and Western Vardar ophiolites (parallelizedwith the Mirdita ophiolites of Albania, obducted onto the internal Dinarides inJurassic

SIMIĆ120Fig. 1. Tectonic sketch of the Dinarides (after SCHMID et al. 2008), indicating theposition of the studied locality. The units mapped are, from external to internal:1, External Dinarides (without subdivisions); 2, East

DIMITRIJEVIĆ M.D. 2001. Dinarides and the Vardar Zone: ashort review of the geology. Acta Vulcanologica, 13: 1–8.DIMITRIJEVIĆ, M.D. & DIMITRIJEVIĆ, M.N. 1973. Olistostrome Mélange in the Yugoslavian Dinarides and LateMesozoic Plate


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so-far in the Internal Dinarides ofSerbia reveal the following age clusters: Middle toLate Triassic, Middle Jurassic and Late Cretaceous.Early Jurassic ages have not been proven in the Internal Dinarides in Serbia, while Upper

the Internal Dinarides: a preliminary study based on selected regions. 5th International Symposium on Eastern Mediterranean Geology, Thessaloniki, Greece, 14. –20. April2004.DIMITRIJEVIĆ, M. D., 2001: Dinarides and the Vardar

Triassic and Jurassic radiolarians occur inchert blocks embedded in mélange of Late Jurassicage in the Internal Dinarides (e.g. OBRADOVIĆ et al.1987/88; GORIČAN et al. 1999; VISHNEVSKAYA et al.2009; OZSVÁRT & KOVÁCS 2012; GAWLICK



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(Serbia, Western Vardar Zone, Dinarides, ophiolites, metamorphic sole, metabasic rocks, amphibole, PT conditions, correlation)
important key in geodynamic evolution of the Mesozoic Tethyan ophiolites.Key words: Serbia, Western Vardar Zone, Dinarides, ophiolites, metamorphic sole, metabasic rocks,amphibole, PT conditions, correlation.Апстракт. Постојећи теренски

beneath the Brezovicaharzburgite Massif. In: KARAMATA, S. & JANKOVIĆ, S.(eds.), Geology and Metallogeny of the Dinarides andthe Vardar zone. Proceedings of the International Symposium. Academy of Science & Arts of the Republic

with the Banjskaultramafic massif. In: KARAMATA, S. & JANKOVIĆ, S.(eds.), Geology and Metallogeny of the Dinarides andthe Vardar zone. Proceedings of the International Symposium Academy of Science & Arts of the Republic ofSrpska


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unitscoined the name Dinarides: Dinarides s.s., hellenidesand Taurides. Modern-day Dinarides are referringto the Dinarides s.s. (the focus of this study is theeastern domain of the Dinarides s.s.). Dinarides s.s.as a southern

geotectonic subdivision of Dinarides isdivision in the Inner- (or Internal, e.g., hrVATOVIć &PAMIć, 2005) and the External Dinarides (e.g., rOyDeN,1988; PAMIć, 1998, 2002; DIMITrIJeVIć, 1997, 1999).Dinarides are comprised of the

from Jurassic SSZ type-ophiolites formedalong the entire length of the Dinarides towardsAlbania, and Greece (>1200 km). The sub con -tinental Inner Dinarides to depleted mid-oceanridge/arc compositions have often been document