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FIGURE 1. Map of Poland (1) with the location of the Owadów-Brzezinki Quarry (2B) near Tomaszów Mazowiecki.

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FIGURE 2. Panoramic view of the highest level of exploitation in Owadów-Brzezinki quarry (i.e., unit III and most fossiliferous ‘Corbulomima horizon’ occurring in the middle of the quarry wall).

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FIGURE 3. Jaw bone of osteichthyan fish Furo sp. (ZPAL P.16/O-B/1): 1-2. 3-D model of ‘virtual fossils’--a different view of the same specimen after digital processing and analysis of tomographic data. 4. vertical sections of Furo sp. teeth. 5. 3-D printed dentary - ‘virtual fossils’. 6. specimen in piece of limestone (scale bars equal 10 mm).

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FIGURE 4. Maxillary bone of osteichthyan fish Caturus sp. (ZPAL P.16/O-B/2): 1-2. reconstruction of 3-D ‘virtual fossils’-- the same specimen after digital processing and analysis of tomographic data (scale bars equal 10 mm). 3. vertical sections of Caturus sp. teeth. 4. just after discovery.

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