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characterized by deep-water sedimentary rocks of Triassic,Jurassic, Cretaceous and Paleogene age, developed inseveral thrust units. Cretaceous-Paleogene flysch formation represents the youngest formation within theBudva Zone. In

latum VIALOV & GOLEV have been identified from the Cretaceous-Paleogene flysch of the Budva Zone. Nereites irregularisIchnofossils from Cretaceous-Paleogene flysch of Mide locality(Budva Zone, southern Montenegro)MARTIN

02 Djakovic M. et al..qxpIntroductionCretaceous-Paleogene flysch formation of the Budva Zone stretches along the Montenegrian coastalregion from the cities of Herceg-Novi towards Budvaand Bar, from where it passes along


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Kopet-Dagh SaceH M aijn je . MopcKH KHHMeHjau,H 0B0r fle^a Teraca cy BeoMa peTKH.Key words:fossilfish, TethysSea, Paleogene, Kopet-Dagh basin.https://doi.org/10.2298/GABP200214003T , Original scientific^paper OpnrnHajiHM HayHHM paA>

the taxonomic list o f the verte- brate marine fauna in Iran and brings new data on the presence o f the Paleogene sharks in this region of the Tethys.Geological SettingThe study area is located in the North-Khorasan province

present (Khangiran Formation) (A fshar-Harb, 1994, Aghan- abati, 2004 ) (Fig. 2).The Chehel-Kaman Formation (Paleogene) in the Kopet-Dagh basin is mainly composed o f limestone, dolomite and interbeds o f marl, shale and evaporite