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(dimension stone, Vardar Zone, Tertiary granitoids, southern Serbia)
ground level.Central and Western Serbia. Geološki anali Balkanskogapoluostrva, 56 (1): 263–283.KUREŠEVIĆ, L. 2013a. Potentiality of Tertiary magmaticcomplexes of the Vardar Zone in Serbia from the aspectof dimension stone

korice - naslov.qxpIntroductionUntil 1990, Serbia had a stone production that covered almost all the domestic needs. Over the last 23years, it has turned into an importer of significantamounts of dimension stone (table 1)

KUREŠEVIĆ (2013a) comprised various types ofexploration methods of Tertiary magmatic complexesin the Vardar Zone of Serbia (Fig. 1) at the level ofreconnaissance survey. The Tertiary volcanic complexes of the Vardar zone have proved



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(ostracodes, latest Permian (Changhsingian), taxonomy, stratigraphy, Vardar Zone, Jadar Block, NW Serbia)
University of Belgrade, Đušina 7, P.O. Box 62, 11000Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: sudar@eunet.rs3 Geological Institute of Serbia, Rovinjska 12, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: djdivna@gmail.com4 Geological Survey of Slovenia, Dimičeva

above mentioned studies. In this paper, the Upper Permian ostracode fauna, not only from NW Serbia, but also from the whole of Serbia and the centralpart of the Balkan Peninsula is determined for the firsttime. From these regions

rs from theUpper Permian ostracode assemblage from the Jadar Block (Vardar Zone, NW Serbia) 29Vlašić Mountain area, northwestern Serbia. Micropaleontology, 55 (5): 495–513.OERTLI, H.J. 1971. The aspect of Ostracode fauna


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(Serbia, Western Vardar Zone, Dinarides, ophiolites, metamorphic sole, metabasic rocks, amphibole, PT conditions, correlation)
metamorphism aroundthe Ozren ultramafic massif, Serbia. In: KNEŽEVIĆ-DJORDJEVIĆ, V. & KRSTIĆ, B. (eds), Terranes of Serbia: Theformation of the geologic framework of Serbia and theadjacent regions. 253–258. Faculty of Mining

grateful to the “GABP”Editor in Chief VLADAN RADULOVIĆ (Serbia) for his editorial work. This work was supported by the Ministry ofEducation and Science of the Republic of Serbia, ProjectNo. 176019 and 176016.ReferencesAI, Y. 1994

from Bistrica, Southern Zlatibor,Serbia. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Greece,28(2): 93–103.POPEVIĆ, A., KARAMATA, S. & KORIKOVSKY, S.P. 1996b.The Ultramafic massif of Ozren, West Serbia – Study ofthe Emplacement Mechanism


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(brahiopods, Cyclothyris ? globata, Terebratula sp. (gen. et sp. nov.), foraminifera, stratigraphy, Lowermost Campanian, Guča, Vardar Zone, western Serbia)
alsobeen identified in Guča, (Vardar Zone, western Serbia), where it occurs together with the capillate terebratuloid “Terebratula” sp. (gen. et sp. nov.). In addition to Serbia, this brachiopod association is found in manylocalities

Petra I 38, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: rradoicic@sezampro.rs2 Department of Palaeontology, Faculty of Mining and Geology, University of Belgrade, Kamenička 6, P.O. Box 227,11000 Belgrade, Serbia. E-mail: vrad@eunet.rs; brad@net

limestones from Guča, western Serbia 75RAJKA RADOIČIĆ, VLADAN RADULOVIĆ, DRAGOMAN RABRENOVIĆ & BARBARA RADULOVIĆ76Fig. 2. Cyclothyris? globata (ARNAUD), Lowemost Campanian, Guča, western Serbia. 1 – RGF VR 62/4; 2 – RGF VR