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  1. Caster, K.E., 1939. Siliceous Sponges from Mississippian and Devonian Strata of the Penn-York Embayment: 1-20.
  2. Sternberg, C.M., 1945. Pachycephalosauridae proposed for dome-headed dinosaurs, Stegoceras lambei, n. sp., described: 534-538.
  3. Stenzel, H.B., 1947. Nomenclatural Synopsis of Supraspecific Groups of the Family Ostreidae (Pelecypoda, Mollusca): 165-185.
  4. Campbell, A.S., 1951. New Genera and Subgenera of Radiolarida: 527-530.
  5. Vokes, H.E., 1955. Notes on Tertiary and Recent Solemyacidae: 534-545.
  6. Loeblich Jr., A.R. & Tappan, H., 1961. Suprageneric Classification of the Rhizopodea: 245-330.
  7. Sohl, N.F., 1963. New Gastropod Genera from the Late Upper Cretaceous of the East Gulf Coastal Plain: 747-757, pls. 89-90.
  8. Loeblich Jr., A.R. & Loeblich III, A.R., 1968. Index to the genera, subgenera, and sections of the Pyrrhophyta, II: 210-213.
  9. Yochelson, E.L., 1977. Agmata, a proposed extinct phylum of Early Cambrian age: 437-454.
  10. Pojeta Jr., J. & Runnegar, B., 1979. Rhytiodentalium kentuckyensis, a new genus and new species of Ordovician scaphopod, and the early history of scaphopod mollusks: 530-541, pls. 1-3.
  11. Rigby, J.K., Keyes Jr., R. & Horowitz, A., 1979. Two new Mississippian sponges from northeastern Alabama: 709-719, 1 pl., 4 text-figs..
  12. Landing, E., 1984. Skeleton of Lapworthellids and the Suprageneric Classification of Tommotiids (Early and Middle Cambrian Phosphatic Problematica): 1380-1398, 5 figs..
  13. Sullivan, R.M., 1985. A new middle Paleocene (Torrejonian) rhineurid amphisbaenian, Plesiorhineura tsentasi new genus, new species, from the San Juan basin, New Mexico: 1481-1485.
  14. Fraaye, R.H.B. & Collins, J.S.H., 1987. A new crab, Prehepatus werneri from the type Maastrichtian of The Netherlands: 549-551.
  15. Strother, P.K., 1988. New Species of Nematothallus from the Silurian Bloomsburg Formation of Pennsylvania: 967-982.
  16. Lambert, W.D., 1990. Rediagnosis of the genus Amebelodon (Mammalia, Proboscidea, Gomphotheriidae) with a new subgenus and species, Amebelodon (Konobelodon) britti: 1032-1041.
  17. Strother, P.K., 1993. Clarification of the Genus Nematothallus Lang: 1090-1094.
  18. Holtz Jr., T.R., 1994. The Phylogenetic Position of the Tyrannosauridae: Implications for Theropod Systematics: 1100-1117.
  19. Landing, E., 1995. Upper Placentian-Branchian Series of Mainland Nova Scotia (Middle-Upper Lower Cambrian): Faunas, Paleoenvironments, and Stratigraphic Revision: 475-495.
  20. Fraaye, R.H.B., 1996. A new Tethyan migrant: Cretachlorodius enciensis n. gen., n. sp. (Crustacea, Decapoda), from the Maastrichtian type area: 293-296.
  21. Collins, D., 1996. The "Evolution" of Anomalocaris and its Classification in the Arthropod Class Dinocarida (nov.) and Order Radiodonta (nov.): 280-293.
  22. Schram, F.R., Vonk, R. & Hof, C.H.J., 1997. Mazon Creek Cycloidea: 261-284.
  23. Paris, F., Grahn, Y., Nestor, V. & Lakova, I., 1999. A revised chitinozoan classification: 549-570.
  24. Boucot, A.J., Cocks, L.R.M. & Racheboeuf, P.R., 1999. Early Devonian brachiopods from Satun Province, Southern Thailand: 850-859.
  25. Muirhead, J., 2000. Yaraloidea (Marsupialia, Peramelemorphia), a New Superfamily of Marsupial and a Description and Analysis of the Cranium of the Miocene Yarala burchfieldi: 512-523.
  26. Sankey, J.T., 2001. Late Campanian Southern Dinosaurs, Aguja Formation, Big Bend, Texas: 208-215.
  27. Poplin, C.M. & Lund, R., 2002. Two Carboniferous fine-eyed palaeoniscoids (Pisces, Actinopterygii) from Bear Gulch (USA): 1014-1028.
  28. Fraaije, R.H.B., Schram, F.R. & Vonk, R., 2003. Maastrichtiocaris rostratus New Genus and Species, the First Cretaceous Cycloid: 386-388.
  29. Wilson, H.M. & Anderson, L.I., 2004. Morphology and Taxonomy of Paleozoic Millipedes (Diplopoda: Chilognatha: Archipolypoda) from Scotland: 169-184.
  30. Caron, J.-B., Rudkin, D.M. & Milliken, S., 2004. A new Silurian (Pridolian) Naraoiid (Euarthropoda: Nektaspida) from the Bertie Formation of Southern Ontario, Canada - Delayed fallout from the Cambrian explosion: 1138-1145.
  31. LaFlamme, M., Narbonne, G.M. & Anderson, M.M., 2004. Morphometric analysis of the Ediacaran frond Charniodiscus from the Mistaken Point Formation, Newfoundland: 827-837.
  32. Joyce, W.G., Parham, J.F. & Gauthier, J.A., 2004. Developing a Protocol for the Conversion of Rank-Based Taxon Names to Phylogenetically Defined Clade Names, as Exemplified by Turtles: 989–1013.
  33. Friedman, M. & Blom, H., 2006. A New Actinopterygian from the Famennian of East Greenland and the Interrelationships of Devonian Ray-Finned Fishes: 1186–1204.
  34. Wappler, T. & Engel, M.S., 2006. A New Record of Mastotermes from the Eocene of Germany (Isoptera: Mastotermitidae): 380-385.
  35. Ryan, M.J., 2007. A new basal Centrosaurine Ceratopsid from the Oldman Formation, southeastern Alberta: 376-396.
  36. Hendricks, J.R. & Lieberman, B.S., 2008. New Phylogenetic Insights into the Cambrian Radiation of Arachnomorph Arthropods: 585–594.
  37. Beck, R.M.D., Archer, M., Godthelp, H., Mackness, B.S., Hand, S.J. & Muirhead, J., 2008. A Bizarre New Family of Marsupialia (incertae sedis) from the Early Pliocene of Northeastern Australia: Implications for the Phylogeny of Bunodont Marsupials: 749-762.
  38. Zhang, H., Dong, X.-P. & Xiao, S., 2011. Two Species of Hesslandona (Phosphatocopida, Crustacea) from the Upper Cambrian of Western Hunan, South China and the Phylogeny of Phosphatocopida: 770-788.
  39. Ou, Q., Liu, J., Shu, D., Han, J., Zhang, Z., Wan, X. & Lei, Q., 2011. A Rare Onychophoran-Like Lobopodian from the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte, Southwestern China, and its Phylogenetic Implications: 587-594.
  40. Laflamme, M., Gehling, J.G. & Droser, M.L., 2018. Deconstructing an Ediacaran frond: three-dimensional preservation of Arborea from Ediacara, South Australia: 323-335.
  41. Tomiya, S., Zack, S.P., Spaulding, M. & Flynn, J.J., 2021. Carnivorous mammals from the middle Eocene Washakie Formation, Wyoming, USA, and their diversity trajectory in a post-warming world: [1]-115.
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