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on M a r t in i (1971], while the foraminifera zonation is based on G r i l l (1943). The photos of the molluscs were made with PANASONIC DMC-FZ50.The preservation of the m ost foraminifera and molluscs specimens is quite good

"Rakovica sands”. Here, the integrated evi- dence based on new fossil findings of calcareous nannoplankton, foraminifera and molluscs assemblages, allows the stratigraphic revision of the clastic facies of the Rakovica succession

represents a sandstone of the shallow marine (littoral) environment during lower Badenian time. Large benthic foraminifera Ammo- nia viennensis ( d ’ 0 r b i g n y ) , and Borelis haueri ( d ’ 0 r b i g n y ) as well as zone marker


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(brahiopods, Cyclothyris ? globata, Terebratula sp. (gen. et sp. nov.), foraminifera, stratigraphy, Lowermost Campanian, Guča, Vardar Zone, western Serbia)
d as their last occurrence. Other benthic foraminifera in bed VR102 have a larger stratigraphic distribution – the Coniacian to the Campanian. Prevailing planktonic foraminifera in sampleVR102 are two keeled species distributed

81–92.PREMOLI-SILVA, I. & VERGA, D. 2004. Practical manuel ofCretaceous Planktonic Foraminifera. Internationalschool on Planktonic Foraminifera, 3th Course, 283 pp.RADOIČIĆ. R. 1997. On the Rujevac–Veliki Majdan chaoticformation

1–6. Benthic foraminifera from a bed with brachiopods, sample VR102.1–4. Nummofallotia cretacea (SCHLUMBERGER), thin sections VR102c, 102c, 102b, 102b.5. Lituolid, thin section VR102c6. Rotaliform foraminifera and (upper)