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Reference: Journal of Systematic Palaeontology
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Journal of Systematic Palaeontology.


  1. Mullins, G.L., 2004. Microplankton biostratigraphy of the Bringewood Group, Ludlow Series, Silurian, of the type area: 163-205.
  2. Engel, M.S., 2004. The dustywings in Cretaceous Burmese amber (Insecta: Neuroptera: Coniopterygidae).: 133-136.
  3. Engel, M.S., 2004. Thorny lacewings (Neuroptera: Rhachiberothidae) in Cretaceous amber from Myanmar.: 137-140.
  4. Cisneros, J.C., 2008. Phylogenetic relationships of procolophonid parareptiles with remarks on their geological record: 345-366.
  5. Zanno, L.E., 2010. A taxonomic and phylogenetic re-evaluation of Therizinosauria (Dinosauria: Maniraptora): 503-543.
  6. Carrano, M.T., Benson, R.B.J. & Sampson, S.D., 2012. The phylogeny of Tetanurae (Dinosauria: Theropoda): 211-300.
  7. Gurovich, Y., Travouillon, K.J., Beck, R.M.D., Muirhead, J. & Archer, M., 2014(2013). Biogeographical implications of a new mouse-sized fossil bandicoot (Marsupialia: Peramelemorphia) occupying a dasyurid-like ecological niche across Australia: 265-290.
  8. Zelenkov, N.V. & Averianov, A.O., 2016. A historical specimen of enantiornithine bird from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia representing a new taxon with a specialized neck morphology: 319-338.
  9. Mennecart, B., Zoboli, D., Costeur, L. & Pillola, G.L., 2019(2018). On the systematic position of the oldest insular ruminant Sardomeryx oschiriensis (Mammalia, Ruminantia) and the early evolution of the Giraffomorpha: 691-704.
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