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Balk. poluos., 2018, 79 (1), 1–19.Fig. 3. A. Stratigraphic table for the Triassic of the Inner Dinarides. Early Triassic to early Middle Triassic after DIMITRIJEVIĆ (1997). NeoTethys oceanic realm after GAWLICK et al. (2016a

the Upper Triassic–Middle Jurassic distal oceanic pelagic sediments and radiolarites (Fig. 7a) well known in the internal Dinaridicunits (e.g., DJERIĆ et al., 2007 and references therein).This typical Middle Triassic–Middle

SUDAR (1986) and SCHEFER et al. (2010); Late Triassic reef rim and lagoonal area after MISSONI et al. (2012), SUDAR et al.(2013) and DIMITRIJEVIĆ (1997). B. Middle to Late Triassic passive margin configuration after GAWLICK

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(Lower Triassic, Olenekian, conodonts, ostracodes, pyrite framboid, Jadar Block, North-western Serbia)
10.2298/GABP1475001SIntroductionThe Lower Triassic sediments are widespread inthe Jadar Block of Northwestern Serbia. Togetherwith the Upper Permian rocks and the Permian–Triassic boundary interval, they have been intensi

of Middle and Late Triassic age andtheir gradual transition intoLower Jurassic limestones.In the Jadar Block the Upper Permian is represented bythe „Bituminous Limestone“Formation and the Lower Triassic by the Svileuva and

M. 2005.Ostracods from Permian-Triassic boundary in SaudiArabia (Khuff Formation). Palaeontology, 48: 853–868.CRASQUIN-SOLEAU, S., GALFETTI, T., BUCHER, H. & BRAYARD, A. 2006. Early Triassic ostracods from GuangxiProvince

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Permian-Triassic paleogeography, Eocimmerian basement, Paleotethys, Neotethys.sociating the Jadar block with the post-Variscan European margin (not Apulia/Adria microplate). The proposed shift of the Permian-Triassic paleo-

Perm ian sequ en ce (iii) The new deposition cycle s ta rts w ith the Upper Triassic (D im itrijević, 1997);Jadar block: Upper Permian - Upper Triassic successionAs m entioned earlier, the Perm ian-Ladinian sub- sidence cycle

suture separating the form erly welded Perm o-Triassic Europe from Africa (see Fig. 6 of Stampfli, 2000). In that case, the Jadar block could be a segm ent of late Perm ian-Triassic south European promontory, its w esternm ost