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  1. Kantor, Yu.I., Fedosov, A.E., Kosyan, A.R., Puillandre, N., Sorokin, P.A., Kano, Y., Clark, R. & Bouchet, P., 2021. Molecular phylogeny and revised classification of the Buccinoidea (Neogastropoda): 1-69.
  2. Kermack, D.M., Kermack, K.A. & Mussett, F., 1968. The Welsh pantothere Kuehneotherium praecursoris: 407-423.
  3. Page, F.C., 1975. A new family of amoebae with fine pseudopodia: 73-89.
  4. Hedgpeth, J.W., 1978. A reappraisal of the Paleopantopoda with description of a species from the Jurassic: 23-34.
  5. Bruce, N.L., 1984a. A new family for the isopod crustacean genus Tridentella Richardson, 1905, with description of a new species from Fiji: 447-455.
  6. Benton, M.J., 1985. Classification and phylogeny of the diapsid reptiles: 97-164, 17 figs..
  7. Huys, R., 1990. A new harpacticoid copepod family collected from Australian sponges and the status of the subfamily Rhynchothalestrinae Lang.: 51-115.
  8. Bruce, N.L. & Müller, H.-G., 1991. A new family for the isopod crustacean genus Hadromastax Bruce, 1988, with a description of a new species from the Society Islands: 51-58.
  9. Laurin, M., 1991. The osteology of a Lower Permian eosuchian from Texas and a review of diapsid phylogeny: 59-95, 11 figs..
  10. Hou, X.-G. & Bergström, J., 1995. Cambrian lobopodians – ancestors of extant onychophorans?: 3-19.
  11. Beaumont, E.H. & Smithson, T.R., 1998. The cranial morphology and relationships of the aberrant Carboniferous amphibian Spathicephalus mirus Watson: 187-209.
  12. Yates, A.M. & Warren, A.A., 2000. The phylogeny of the ‘higher’ temnospondyls (Vertebrata: Choanata) and its implications for the monophyly and origins of the Stereospondyli: 77–121.
  13. Kato, T. & Pleijel, F., 2003. A revision of Paranaitis Southern, 1914 (Polychaeta: Phyllodocidae): 379-429.
  14. Willems, W.R., Artois, T.J., Vermin, W.A. & Schockaert, E.R., 2004. Revision of Trigonostomum Schmidt, 1852 (Platyhelminthes, Typhloplanoida, Trigonostomidae) with the description of seven new species: 271-296.
  15. Marivaux, L., Vianey-Liaud, M. & Jaeger, J.-J., 2004. High-level phylogeny of early Tertiary rodents: dental evidence: 105-134.
  16. Otero, O., Likius, A., Vignaud, P. & Brunet, M., 2006. A new polypterid fish: Polypterus faraou sp. nov. (Cladistia, Polypteridae) from the Late Miocene, Toros-Menalla, Chad.: 227-237.
  17. Reis, R.E., Pereira, E.H.L. & Armbruster, J., 2006. Delturinae, a new loricariid catfish subfamily (Teleostei: Siluriformes), with revisions of Delturus and Hemipsilichthys.: 277-299.
  18. Huys, R. & Conroy-Dalton, S., 2006. Revision of the genus Evansula T. Scott, 1906 (Copepoda, Harpacticoida, Cylindropsyllidae) with a description of three new species: 419-472, 37 figs..
  19. Christiansen, P., 2007. Long-bone geometry in columnar-limbed animals: allometry of the proboscidean appendicular skeleton: 423.
  20. Livezey, B.C. & Zusi, R.L., 2007. Higher-order phylogeny of modern birds (Theropoda, Aves: Neornithes) based on comparative anatomy. II. Analysis and discussion: 1-95, 18 figs..
  21. Shultz, J.W., 2007. A phylogenetic analysis of the arachnid orders based on morphological characters: 221-265, 6 figs..
  22. Gates, T.A. & Sampson, S.D., 2007. A new species of Gryposaurus (Dinosauria: Hadrosauridae) from the late Campanian Kaiparowits Formation, southern Utah, USA.: 351-376.
  23. Parenti, L.R., 2008. A phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of ricefishes, Oryzias and relatives (Beloniformes, Adrianichthyidae): 494-610.
  24. Rofes, J. & Cuenca-Bescós, G., 2009. A new genus of red-toothed shrew (Mammalia, Soricidae) from the Early Pleistocene of Gran Dolina (Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain), and a phylogenetic approach to the Eurasiatic Soricinae.: 904-925.
  25. Young, M.T. & de Andrade, M.B., 2009. What is Geosaurus? Redescription of Geosaurus giganteus (Thalattosuchia: Metriorhynchidae) from the Upper Jurassic of Bayern, Germany: 551-585, 8 figs..
  26. Schrödl, M. & Neusser, T.P., 2010. Towards a phylogeny and evolution of Acochlidia (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia): 124–154, 5 figs..
  27. Carr, R.K. & Hlavin, W.J., 2010. Two new species of Dunkleosteus Lehman, 1956, from the Ohio Shale Formation (USA, Famennian) and the Kettle Point Formation (Canada, Upper Devonian), and a cladistic analysis of the Eubrachythoraci (Placodermi, Arthrodira): 195-222, 9 figs..
  28. Whitlock, J.A., 2011. A phylogenetic analysis of Diplodocoidea (Saurischia: Sauropoda): 872-915, 9 figs..
  29. D'Emic, M.D., 2012. The early evolution of titanosauriform sauropod dinosaurs: 624-671, 8 figs..
  30. Lamsdell, J.C., 2013. Revised systematics of Palaeozoic 'horseshoe crabs' and the myth of monophyletic Xiphosura: 1-27, 10 figs..
  31. Otero, A., Krupandan, E., Pol, D., Chinsamy, A. & Choiniere, J., 2015. A new basal sauropodiform from South Africa and the phylogenetic relationships of basal sauropodomorphs: 589-634, 19 figs..
  32. Barker, D.G., Barker, T.M., Davis, M.A. & Schuett, G.W., 2015. A review of the systematics and taxonomy of Pythonidae: an ancient serpent lineage: 1-19, 8 figs..
  33. Benton, M.J., 2016. The Chinese pareiasaurs: 813-853.
  34. Zamora-Silva, A. & Malaquias, M.A.E., 2018(2017). Molecular phylogeny of the Aglajidae head-shield sea slugs (Heterobranchia: Cephalaspidea): new evolutionary lineages revealed and proposal of a new classification: 1-51.
  35. González Riga, B.J., Mannion, P.D., Poropat, S.F., Ortiz David, L.D. & Coria, J.P., 2018. Osteology of the Late Cretaceous Argentinean sauropod dinosaur Mendozasaurus neguyelap: implications for basal titanosaur relationships: 136-181.
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