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Reference: Palaeontology
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Palaeontology. The Palaeontological Association.

Articles

  1. Goldring, R., 1967. Cyclus martinensis sp. nov. (Crustacea) from the Upper Visean of the Mendip Hills, England.: 317-321.
  2. Brunton, C.H.C. & MacKinnon, D.[I.], 1972. The Systematic Position of the Jurassic Brachiopod Cadomella: 405-411, pls. 76-78.
  3. Sorauf, J.E. & Savarese, M., 1995. A Lower Cambrian coral from South Australia: 757-770.
  4. Hooker, J.J., Russell, D.E. & Phélizon, A., 1999. A new family of Plesiadapiformes (Mammalia) from the Old World Lower Paleogene: 377-407.
  5. Ahlberg, P.E., Lukševičs, E. & Mark-Kurik, E., 2000. A near-tetrapod from the Baltic Middle Devonian: 533.
  6. Hooker, J.J. & Thomas, K.M., 2001. A New Species of Amphirhagatherium (Choeropotamidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia) from the Late Eocene Headon Hill Formation of Southern England and Phylogeny of Endemic European 'Anthracotherioids': 827-853, 1 pl..
  7. Ivantsov, A.Yu. & Fedonkin, M.A., 2002. Conulariid-like Fossil from the Vendian of Russia: A Metazoan Clade across the Proterozoic/Palaeozoic Boundary: 1219-1229, 1 pl..
  8. Rauhut, O.W.M., 2003. A tyrannosauroid dinosaur from the Upper Jurassic of Portugal.: 903-910.
  9. Sen, K., 2005. A new rauisuchian archosaur from the Middle Triassic of India: 185-196.
  10. Witton, M.P., 2008. A new azhdarchoid pterosaur from the Crato Formation (Early Cretaceous, Aptian?) of Brazil: 1289-1300.
  11. Fuchs, D., Bracchi, G. & Weis, R., 2009. New Octopods (Cephalopoda: Coleoidea) from the Late Cretaceous (Upper Cenomanian) of Hâkel and Hâdjoula, Lebanon.: 65-81.
  12. Versteegh, G.J.M., Servais, T., Streng, M., Munnecke, A. & Vachard, D., 2009. A discussion and proposal concerning the use of the term calcispheres: 343-348.
  13. Sánchez, I.M., Domingo, M.S. & Morales, J., 2010. The Genus Hispanomeryx (Mammalia, Ruminantia, Moschidae) and its bearing on Musk Deer Phylogeny and Systematics: 1023-1047.
  14. Daley, A.C. & Budd, G.E., 2010. New anomalocaridid appendages from the Burgess Shale, Canada: 721-738.
  15. Paterson, J.R., Edgecombe, G.D., García-Bellido, D.C., Jago, J.B. & Gehling, J.G., 2010. Nektaspid Arthropods from the Lower Cambrian Emu Bay Shale Lagerstätte, South Australia, with Reassessment of Lamellipedian Relationships: 377–402.
  16. Aria, C., Caron, J.-B. & Gaines, R., 2015. A Large New Leanchoiliid from the Burgess Shale and the Influence of Inapplicable States on Stem Arthropod Phylogeny: 629-660.
  17. Hoyal Cuthill, J.F. & Han, J., 2018. Cambrian petalonamid Stromatoveris phylogenetically links Ediacaran biota to later animals: 813-823.
  18. Mayers, B., Aria, C. & Caron, J.-B., 2019(2018). Three new naraoiid species from the Burgess Shale, with a morphometric and phylogenetic reinvestigation of Naraoiidae: 19-50.
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