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(middle Jurassic, radiolarians, Internal Dinarides, Komarani Village, SW Serbia)
investigated area is situated in western Serbia,in an extremely complex geotectonic setting (Fig. 1).There are two belts of ophiolitic mélange in the territory of western Serbia. Petrographic and geochemicaldifferences between

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formation from the ZlatarMountain (SW Serbia). Ofioliti, 32 (2): 101–108.DJERIĆ, N., VISHNEVSKAYA, V. & SCHMID, M.S. 2007b. Newdata on radiolarians from the Dinarides (Bosnia and Serbia). 8th Workshop on Alpine Geological Studies


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succession in Brežđe(Western Serbia). Geologia Croatica, 67 (3): 163–170.DJERIĆ, N., GERZINA, N. & SCHMID, M.S. 2007. Age of theJurassic radiolarian chert formation from the ZlatarMountain (SW Serbia). Ofioliti, 32 (2): 101–108

the Western Vardar Zone (Western Serbia). Geologica Carpathica, 60 (1), 35–41.DJERIĆ, N., GERZINA, N. & SIMIĆ, D. 2010. Middle Jurassicradiolarian assemblages from Zlatar Mt. (SW Serbia).Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva