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Found 4 results

  1. chelicerata rossica

    Marshall_et_al-2014-Palaeontology.pdf A DIVERSE CHASMATASPIDID (ARTHROPODA:CHELICERATA) FAUNA FROM THE EARLY DEVONIAN (LOCHKOVIAN) OF SIBERIA by DAVID J. MARSHALL, JAMES C. LAMSDELL, EVGENIY SHPINEV and SIMON J. BRADDY Palaeontology, Vol. 57, Part 3, 2014, pp. 631–655 Key words: Palaeozoic, Chasmataspidida, Heteroaspis, Dvulikiaspis, Nahlyostaspis, Skrytyaspis, convergence. "two novel chasmataspidid species: Nahlyostaspis bergstroemi gen. et sp. nov. and Skrytyaspis andersoni gen. et sp. nov. ‘Eurypterus’ stoermeri and ‘Tylopterella’ menneri are both redescribed as chasmataspidids, having previously been assigned to Eurypterida."
  2. Study confirms horseshoe crabs are really relatives of spiders, scorpions March 9, 2019 by Kelly April Tyrrell, University of Wisconsin-Madison https://phys.org/news/2019-03-horseshoe-crabs-relatives-spiders-scorpions.html Ballesteros, J.A. and Sharma, P.P., 2019. A Critical Appraisal of the Placement of Xiphosura (Chelicerata) with Account of Known Sources of Phylogenetic Error. Systematic Biology. https://academic.oup.com/sysbio/advance-article/doi/10.1093/sysbio/syz011/5319972 An unrelated article for cat fans is: Scientists have finally discovered what makes celebrity cat Lil Bub so 'magical' It took an international team of geneticists to crack the code of this cat's mystique. by Karin Brulliard, The Washington Post, INFORUM https://www.inforum.com/entertainment/981309-Scientists-have-finally-discovered-what-makes-celebrity-cat-Lil-Bub-so-magical https://www.grandforksherald.com/entertainment/news/4579948-scientists-have-finally-discovered-what-makes-celebrity-cat-lil-bub-so https://phys.org/news/2019-03-reveals-genome-celebrity-cat-lil.html The paper is: Mike Bridavsky et al. Crowdfunded whole-genome sequencing of the celebrity cat Lil BUB identifies causal mutations for her osteopetrosis and polydactyly, (2019). DOI: 10.1101/556761 https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/556761v1 Yours, Paul
  3. Eurypterid-sea scorpion

    From the album Invertebrates and plants(& misc.)

    Eurypturus lacustris arthropoda chelicerata bertie Gr. Williamsville (A) Fm Buffalo, Western New York silurian
  4. These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at joegallo1954@gmail.com and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. Articles with author names in RED are new additions since April 11, 2018. Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Chelicerata Class Arachnida Order Acari - Mites and Ticks Acari - Asia/Malaysia/Pacific Islands Dunlop, J.A. and L.F. de Oliveira Bernardi (2014). An opilioacarid mite in Cretaceous Burmese amber. Naturwissenschaften, 101(9). Penalver, E., et al. (2017). Parasitized feathered dinosaurs as revealed by Cretaceous amber assemblages. Nature Communications, 8: 1924. (Thanks to Troodon for finding this one!) Poinar, G.O. and R. Buckley (2008). Compluriscutula vetulum (Acari: Ixodida: Ixodidae), A New Genus and Species of Hard Tick from Lower Cretaceous Burmese Amber. Proc.Entomol.Soc.Wash., 110(2). Poinar, G.O. and A.E. Brown (2003). A new genus of hard ticks in Cretaceous Burmese Amber (Acari: Ixodida: Ixodidae). Systematic Parasitology, 54. Robin, N., et al. (2016). A Carboniferous Mite on an Insect Reveals the Antiquity of an Inconspicuous Interaction. Current Biology, 26. Acari - Australia/New Zealand Colloff, M.J. and G. Perdomo (2009). New species of Crotonia (Acari: Orbatida: Camisiidae) from Nothofagus and Eucalyptus forests in Victoria, Australia, with a redescription of the fossil species Crotonia ramus (Womersley, 1957). Zootaxa. 2217. Acari - Europe (including Greenland and Siberia) Arillo, A., L.S. Subías and U. Shtanchaeva (2012). A new species of fossil oribatid mite (Acariformes, Oribatida, Trhypochthoniidae) from the Lower Cretaceous amber of San Just (Teruel Province, Spain). Systematic & Applied Acarology, 17(1). Arillo, A., L.S. Subias and U. Shtanchaeva (2008). A new fossil oribatid mite, Ommatocephus nortoni sp.nov. (Acariformes, Oribatida, Cepheidae), from a new outcrop of Lower Cretaceous Alava amber (northern Spain). Systematic & Applied Acarology, 13. Bernini, F., et al. (2002). An Early Ordovician oribatid mite (Acari: Oribatida) from the island of Oland, Sweden. In: Acarid Phylogeny and Evolution: Adaptation in Mites and Ticks. Bernini, F., et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the IV Symposium of the European Association of Acarologists. Dunlop, J.A. and M. Bertrand (2011). Fossil Labidostomatid Mites (Prostigmata: Labidostommatidae) from Baltic Amber. Acarologia, 51(2). Dunlop, J.A., C. Sempf and J. Wunderlich (2008). A new opilioacarid mite in Baltic amber. In: European Arachnology 2008. Nentwig, W., M. Entling and C. Kropf (eds.), Natural History Museum, Bern. Dunlop, J.A., J. Wunderlich and G.O. Poinar (2004). The first fossil opilioacariform mite (Acari: Opilioacariformes) and the first Baltic amber camel spider (Solifugae). Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, 94. Dunlop, J.A., et al. (2014). An ant-associated mesostigmatid mite in Baltic amber. Biology Letters, 10. Judson, M.L.I. and J. Makol (2009). A mite of the family Tanaupodidae (Arachnida, Acari, Parasitengona) from the Lower Cretaceous of France. Geodiversitas, 31(1). Khaustov, A.A. and E.E. Perkovsky (2010). The First Fossil Record of Mites of the Family Pyemotidae (Acari: Heterostigmata), with a Description of a New Species of the Genus Pyemotes from Rovno Amber. Paleontological Journal, Vol.44, Number 4. Konikiewicz, M., E. Sontag and J. Makol (2016). The first description of a microtrombidiid mite (Actinotrichida: Prostigmata: Microtrombidiidae) from Baltic amber, with notes on related extant genera and species. Palaontol.Z. Kuznetsov, N.N., A.A. Khaustov and E.E. Perkovsky (2010). First Record of Mites of the Family Stigmaeidae (Acari, Raphignathoidea) from Rovno Amber with Description of a New Species of the Genus Midiolata. Vestnik zoologii, 44(6). Magowski, W.L. (1995). Fossil Heterostigmatid mites in amber - 85 million year-old a Arthropod mite relationships. In: The Acari. Physiological and Ecological Aspects of Acari-Host Relationships. Kropczynska, D., J. Boczek and A. Tomczyk (eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd International Meeting of EURAAC. Miko, L. (2015). Oribatid mite fossils from pre-Quaternary sediments in Slovenian caves III. Two new species of Dissorhina (Oppiidae) from the Pliocene. Acarologia, 55(4). Miko, L., et al. (2013). Oribatid mite fossils from pre-Quaternary sediments in Slovenian caves II. Amiracarus pliocennatus n.gen.,n.sp. (Microzetidae) from Pliocene, with comments on other species of the genus. Zootaxa, 3670(4). Miko, L., et al. (2012). Oribatid mite fossils from Quaternary and pre-Quaternary Sediments in Slovenian Caves I. Two New Genera and Two New Species of the Family Oppiidae from the Early Pleistocene. Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Vol.68, Numbers 1-2. Sidorchuk, E. and M. Bertrand (2013). New Fossil Labidostomatids (Acari: Labidostomatidae) from Eocene Amber and Presence of an Apustulate Species in Europe. Acarologia, 53(1). Sidorchuk, E. and R.A. Norton (2011). The fossil mite family Archaeorchestidae (Acari: Oribatida) II: redescription of Plategeocranus sulcatus and family-group relationships. Zootaxa, 3051. Sidorchuk, E. and R.A. Norton (2011). The fossil mite family Archaeorchestidae (Acara, Orbatida) I: redescription of Strieremaeus illibatus and synonymy of Strieremaeus with Archaeorchestes. Zootaxa, 2993. Sidorchuk, E. and R.A. Norton (2010). Redescription of the fossil oribatid mite Scutoribates perornatus, with implications for the systematics of Undulorbatidae (Acari: Oribatida). Zootaxa, 2666. Witaliński, W. (2000). Aclerogamasus stenocornis sp.n., a fossil mite from Baltic amber (Acari: Gamasida: Parasitidae). Genus, 11(4). Acari - North America Blaszak, C., J.C. Cokendolpher and V.J. Polyak (1995). Paleozercon cavernicolus, N.Gen., N.Sp., Fossil Mite from a Cave in the Southwestern U.S.A. (Acari, Gamasida: Zerconidae), With a Key to Nearctic Genera of Zerconidae. Internat.J.Acarol., Vol.21, Number 4. Kethley, J.B., et al. (1989). A terrestrial alicorhagiid mite (Acari: Acariformes) from the Devonian of New York. Micropaleontology, Vol.35, Number 4. Klompen, H. and D. Grimaldi (2001). First Mesozoic Record of a Parasitiform Mite: a Larval Argasid Tick in Cretaceous Amber (Acari: Ixodida: Argasidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, Vol.94, Number 1. Acari - South America/Central America/Caribbean Dunlop, J.A. (2007). A large parasitengonid mite (Acari, Erythraeoidea) from the Early Cretaceous Crato Formation of Brazil. Fossil Record, 10(2). Poinar, G. (2015). Spirochete-like cells in a Dominican amber Amblyomma tick (Arachnida: Ixodidae). Historical Biology, 27(5). Rivas, G., L. Serrano-Sanchez and F.J. Vega (2016). First record of Procaeculus (Acari: Caeculidae) in Miocene amber from Chiapas, Mexico. Boletin de la Sociedad Geologica Mexicana, Vol.68, Number 1. Heethoff, M., L. Helfen and R.A. Norton (2009). Description of Neoliodes dominicus N.Sp. (Acari, Oribatida) from Dominican Amber, Aided by Synchrotron X-Ray Microtomography. J.Paleont., 83(1). General Acari Sidorchuk, E. and R.A. Norton (2011). The fossil mite family Archaeorchestidae (Acari, Oribatida) I: redescription of Strieremaeus illibatus and synonymy of Strieremaeus and Archaeorchestes. Zootaxa, 2993. Order Amblypygi - Whip Spiders Dunlop, J.A. and B. Mrugalla (2015). Redescription of the Chiapas amber whip spider Electrophrynus mirus (Amblypygi). Journal of Arachcnology, 43. Dunlop, J.A. and V. Barov (2005). A new fossil whip spider (Arachnida: Amblypygi) from the Crato Formation of Brazil. Revista Iberica de Arachnologia, Vol.12, 31. Engel, M.S. and D.A. Grimaldi (2014). Whipspiders (Arachnida: Amblypygi) in amber from the Early Eocene and mid-Cretaceous, including maternal care. Novitates Paleoentomologicae, Number 9. Garwood, R.J., et al. (2017). The phylogeny of fossil whip spiders. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 17:105. Order Araneae - Spiders Spiders - Africa/Middle East Penney, D. (2003). A new deinopoid spider from Cretaceous Lebanese amber.Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 48(4). Penney, D. and P.A. Selden (2002). The Oldest Linyphiid Spider, In Lower Cretaceous Lebanese Amber (Araneae, Linyphiidae, Linyphiinae). The Journal of Arachnology, 30. Penney, D., H. Ono and P.A. Selden (2005). 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Geology Today, Vol.23, Number 6. Penney, D. and P.A. Selden (2005). Assembling the Tree of Life - Phylogeny of Spiders: a review of the strictly fossil spider families. In: European Arachnology 2005. Deltshev, C. and P. Stoev (eds.), Acta zoologica bulgarica, Suppl.No. 1. Penney, D., J.A. Dunlop and Y.M. Marusik (2012). Summary statistics for fossil spider species taxonomy. ZooKeys, 191. Penney, D., C.P. Wheater and P.A. Selden (2003). Resistance of Spiders to Cretaceous-Tertiary Extinction Events. Evolution, 57(11). Proszynski, J. and M. Zabka (1980). Remarks on Oligocene Amber Spiders of the Family Salticidae. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 25(2). Selden, P.A. (1989). Orb-web weaving spiders in the early Cretaceous. Nature, Vol. 340. Selden, P.A. and D. Penney (2010). Fossil Spiders. Biological Reviews, 85. Vollrath, F. and P.A. Selden (2007). The Role of Behavior in the Evolution of Spiders, Silks and Webs. Annu.Rev.Ecol.Evol.Syst., 38. Zschokke, S. (2004). Glue droplets in fossil spider webs. In: European Arachnology 2003. Logunov, D.V. and D. Penney (eds.), Arthropoda Selecta Special Issue Number 1. Order(?) Haptopoda Dunlop, J.A. (1999). A redescription of the Carboniferous arachnid Plesiosiro madeleyi Pocock, 1911 (Arachnida: Haptopoda). Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, 90. Order incertae sedis Garwood, R.J., et al. (2016). Almost a spider: a 305-million-year-old fossil arachnid and spider origins. Proc.R.Soc. B, 283. Order Opiliones - Harvestmen Opiliones - Asia/Malaysia/Pacific Islands Giribet, G. and J.A. Dunlop (2005). First identifiable Mesozoic harvestman (Opiliones: Dyspnoi) from Cretaceous Burmese amber. Proc.R.Soc. B, Published on-line. Gribet, G., et al. (2012). An exquisitely preserved harvestman (Arthropoda, Arachnida, Opiliones) from the Middle Jurassic of China. Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 12. Huang, D., P.A. Selden and J.A. Dunlop (2009). Harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Middle Jurassic of China. Naturwissenschaften, 96. Poinar, G. (2008). Palaeosiro burmanicum N.Gen., N.Sp., A Fossil Cyphophthalmi (Arachnida: Opiliones: Sironidae) in Early Cretaceous Burmese Amber. In: Advances in Arachnology and Developmental Biology. Papers Dedicated to Prof. Božidar Curčić. Markov, S.E. and R.N. Dimitrijević (eds.), Monographs, 12, Belgrade. Opiliones - Europe (including Greenland and Siberia) Dunlop, J.A. (2006). Baltic amber harvestman types (Arachnida: Opiliones: Eupnoi and Dyspnoi). Fossil Record, 9(2). Dunlop, J.A. and L. Mammitzsch (2010). A new genus and species of harvestman from Baltic amber. Palaeodiversity, 3. Dunlop, J.A. and P.G. Mitov (2011). The first fossil cyphophthalmid harvestman from Baltic amber. Arachnologische Mitteilungen, 40. Dunlop, J.A. and P.G. Mitov (2009). Fossil harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones) from Bitterfeld amber. ZooKeys, 16. Dunlop, J.A. and L.I. Anderson (2005). A Fossil Harvestman (Arachnida, Opiliones) from the Mississippian of East Kirkton, Scotland.The Journal of Arachnology, 33. Dunlop, J.A. and G. Giribet (2003). The First Fossil Cyphophthalmid (Arachnida, Opiliones) from Bitterfeld Amber, Germany.The Journal of Arachnology, 31. Dunlop, J.A., et al. (2004). A harvestman (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Early Devonian Rhynie cherts, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Earth Sciences, 94. Mitov, P.G., J.A. Dunlop and D. Penney (2015). A new species of Lacinus in amber (Arachnida: Opiliones). Foss.Rec., 18. Murienne, J., I. Karaman and G. Gribet (2009). Explosive evolution of an ancient group of Cyphophthalmi (Arachnida: Opiliones) in the Balkan Peninsula. Journal of Biogeography. Ubik, D. and J.A. Dunlop (2005). On the placement of the Baltic amber harvestman Gonyleptes nemastomoides Koch & Berendt, 1854, with notes on the phylogeny of Cladonychiidae (Opiliones, Laniatores, Travunioidea). Mitt.Mus.Nat.kd. Berl., Geowiss., Vol.8. Opiliones - North America Cokendolpher, J.C. and J.E. Cokendolpher (1982). Reexamination of the Tertiary Harvestmen from the Florissant Formation, Colorado (Arachnida: Opiliones: Palpatores). Journal of Paleontology, Vol.56, Number 5. Dunlop, J.A. (2003). A spiny harvestman (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Upper Carboniferous of Missouri, USA. In: European Arachnology 2003. Logunov, D.V. and Penney, D. (eds.), Special Issue No.1, 2004. Opiliones - South America/Central America/Caribbean Cokendolpher, J.C. (1992). Tertiary harvestmen from Dominican Republic amber (Arachnida: Opiliones: Phalangodidae).Bull. Br. arachnol. Soc., 9(2). Cokendolpher, J.C. (1986). A New Species of Fossil Pellobunus from Dominican Republic Amber (Arachnida: Opiliones: Phalangodidae). Carib.J.Sci., 22(3-4). General Opiliones Giribet, G. and P.P. Sharma (2015). Evolutionary Biology of Harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones). Ann.Rev.Entomol., 60. Giribet, G., et al. (2011). Evolutionary and biogeographical history of an ancient and global group of arachnids (Arachnida: Opiliones: Cyphophthalmi) with a new taxonomic arrangement. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Giribet, G., et al. (2002). Phylogeny and Systematic Position of Opiliones: A Combined Analysis of Chelicerate Relationships Using Morphological and Molecular Data. Cladistics, 18. Hedin, M., et al. (2012). Phylogenomic Resolution of Paleozoic Divergences in Harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones) via Analysis of Next-Generation Transcriptome Data. PLoS ONE, 7(8). Selden, P.A., J.A. Dunlop and R.J. Garwood (2015). Carboniferous araneomorph spiders reinterpreted as long-bodied harvestmen. Journal of Systematic Paleontology, 14(2). Sharma, P.P. and G. Giribet (2014). A revised dated phylogeny of the arachnid order Opiliones. Frontiers in Genetics, Vol.5, Article 255. Order Palpigradi - Microwhip Scorpions Engel, M.S., et al. (2016). The first Mesozoic microwhip scorpion (Palpigradi): a new genus and species in mid-Cretaceous amber from Myanmar. The Science of Nature, 103(3-4). Rowland, J.M. and W.D. Sissom (1980). Report on a Fossil Palpigrade from the Tertiary of Arizona, and a Review of the Morphology and Systematics of the Order (Arachnida: Palpigradida). J. Arachnol., 8. Order Pseudoscorpiones - Pseudoscorpions Pseudoscorpiones - Africa/Middle East Judson, M.L.I. (2010). Redescription of Chelifer eucarpus Dalman (Arachnida, Chelonethi, Withiidae) and first records of pseudoscorpions in copal from Madagascar and Colombia. Palaeodiversity, 3. Pseudoscorpiones - Asia/Malaysia/Pacific Islands Harvey, M.S., et al. (2017). The oldest chthonioid pseudoscorpion Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones: Chthonioidea: Chthoniidae: A new genus and species from mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber. Zoologische Anzeiger, xxx. (Article in press) Henderickx, H. and M. Boone (2016). The Basal Pseudoscorpion Family Feaellidae Ellingsen, 1906 Walks the Earth for 98,000,000 Years: A New Fossil Genus Has Been Found in Cretaceous Burmese Amber (Pseudoscorpiones: Feaellidae). Publicatie Entomo-Info, 27(1). Pseudoscorpiones - Europe (including Greenland and Siberia) Henderickx, H. (2005). A new Geogarypus from Baltic amber (Pseudoscorpiones: Geogarypidae). Phegea, 33(3). Henderickx, H., P. Tafforeau and C. Soriano (2012). Phase-contrast synchrotron microtomography reveals the morphology of a partially visible new Pseudogarypus in Baltic amber (Pseudoscorpiones: Pseudogarypidae). Palaeontologia Electronica, Vol.15, Issue 2. Henderickx, H., et al. (2013). The first pseudogarypid in Rovno amber (Ukraine) (Pseudoscorpiones: Pseudogarypidae). Phegea, 41(4). Henderickx, H., et al. (2006). Description of a new fossil Pseudogarypus (Pseudoscorpiones: Pseudogarypidae) with the use of X-ray micro-CT to penetrate opaque amber. Zootaxa, 1305. Judson, M.L.I. (2009). Cheliferoid pseudoscorpions (Arachnida, Chelonethi) from the Lower Cretaceous of France. Geodiversitas, 31(1). Judson, M.L.I. (2003). Baltic amber fossil of Garypinus electri Beier provides first evidence of phoresy in the pseudoscorpion family Garypinidae (Arachnida: Chelonethi). In: European Arachnology 2003. Logunov, D.V. and D. Penney (eds.), Arthropoda Selecta, Special Issue Number 1. Judson, M.L.I. (2003). Baltic amber pseudoscorpions (Arachnida, Chelonethi): a new species of Neobisium (Neobisiidae) and the status of Obisium rathkii Koch & Berendt. Geodiversitas, 25(3). Pseudoscorpiones - North America Schawaller, W. (1991). The First Mesozoic Pseudoscorpion, from Cretaceous Canadian Amber. Palaeontology, Vol.34, Part 4. Schawaller, W., W.A. Shear and P.M. Bonamo (1991). The First Paleozoic Pseudoscorpions (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). American Museum Novitates, Number 3009. Pseudoscorpiones - South America/Central America/Caribbean Judson, M.L.I. (2016). Pseudoscorpions (Arachnida, Chelonethi) in Mexican amber, with a list of extant species associated with mangrove and Hymenaea trees in Chiapas. Boletin de la Sociedad Geologica Mexicana, Vol.68, Number 1. Judson, M.L.I. (2010). Redescription of Chelifer eucarpus Dalman (Arachnida, Chelonethi, Withiidae) and first records of pseudoscorpions in copal from Madagascar and Colombia. Palaeodiversity, 3. Judson, M.L.I. (2007). First fossil record of the pseudoscorpion family Pseudochiridiidae (Arachnida, Chelonethi, Cheiridoidea) from Dominican amber. Zootaxa, 393. Judson, M.L.I. (1998). A Sternophorid Pseudoscopion (Chelonethi) in Dominican Amber, With Remarks on the Family. The Journal of Arachnology, 26. Riquelme, F., et al. (2014). A new chernetid pseudoscorpion from the Miocene Chiapas - Amber Lagerstätte, Mexico. Can.J. Earth Sci., 51. General Pseudoscorpiones Harms, D. and J.A. Dunlop (2017). The fossil history of pseudoscorpions (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones). Foss.Rec., 20. Schawaller, W., W.A. Shear and P.M. Bonamo (1991). The First Paleozoic Pseudoscorpions (Arachnida, Pseudoscorpionida). American Museum Novitates, Number 3009. Order Scorpiones - Scorpions Scorpiones - Africa/Middle East Baptista, C., et al. (2006). The Cretaceous scorpion genus, Archaeobuthus revisited (Scorpiones: Archaeobuthidae). Euscorpius, Number 35. Gess, R.W. (2013). The earliest record of terrestrial animals in Gondwana: A scorpion from the Famennian (Late Devonian) Witpoort Formation of South Africa. African Invertebrates, Vol.54(2). Scorpiones - Asia/Malaysia/Pacific Islands Lourenço, W.R. (2016). A preliminary synopsis on amber scorpions with special reference to Burmite species: an extraordinary development in our knowledge in only 20 years. ZooKeys, 600. Lourenço, W.R. (2016). A new genus and three new species of scorpions from Cretaceous Burmese amber (Scorpiones:Chaerilobuthidae: Palaeoeuscorpiidae). Arthropoda Selecta, 25(1). Santiago-Blay, J.A., et al. (2004). A New Genus and Subfamily of Scorpions from Lower Cretaceous Burmese Amber (Scorpiones: Chaerilidae). Revista Iberica de Arachnologia, Vol.9. Santiago-Blay, J.A., et al. (2004). The Second Cretaceous Scorpion Specimen from Burmese Amber. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 2(2). Walossek, D., C-S Li, and C. Brauckmann (1990). A scorpion from the Upper Devonian of Hubei Province, China (Arachnida, Scorpionida). N.Jb.Geol.Palaont.Mh., 1990(3). Scorpiones - Europe (including Greenland and Siberia) Dunlop, J.A. and P.A. Selden (2013). Scorpion fragments from the Silurian of Powys, Wales. Arachnology, 16(1). Dunlop, J.A., C. Brauckmann and H. Steur (2008). A Late Carboniferous fossil scorpion from the Piesberg, near Osnabruck, Germany. Fossil Record, 11(1). Dunlop, J.A., et al. (2016). Permian scorpions from the Petrified Forest of Chemnitz, Germany. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 16:72. Fet, V., D.E. Shcherbalov and M.E. Soleglad (2011). The First Record of Upper Permian and Lower Triassic Scorpions from Russia (Chelicerata: Scorpiones). Euscorpius - Occasional Publications in Scorpiology, Number 121. Fet, V., et al. (2004). A scorpion from a peat bog: the first arthropod fossil from the Late Visean of the Moscow Coal Basin. Euscorpius - Occasional Publications in Scorpiology, Number 13. Kuhl, G. and W.R Lourenço (2017). A new genus and species of fossil scorpion (?Euscorpiidae) from the Early-Middle Eocene of Pesciara (Bolca, Italy). Palaeontologische Zeitschrift, 91(3). Legg, D.A., et al. (2012). A taxonomic revision of orthosternous scorpions from the English Coal Measures aided by x-ray micro-tomography (XMT). Palaeontologia Electronica, Vol.15, Issue 2. Lourenço, W.R. (2009). A synopsis of the amber scorpions, with special reference to the Baltic fauna. Denisia 26, Neue Serie 86. Lourenço, W.R. and W. Weitschat (2009). A new species of Palaeoananteris Lourenço & Weitschat, 2001, fossil scorpion from Ukrainian amber. Boletín Sociedad Entomológica Aragonesa, Number 45. Novojilov, N. and L. Størmer (1963). A New Scorpion from the Upper Carboniferous of Siberia. Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, 43. Pocock, R.I. (1901). The Scottish Silurian Scorpion. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, 2(44). Wills, L.J. (1925). The Morphology of the Carboniferous Scorpion Eobuthus, Fritsch. Journal of the Linnean Society, Zoology, 36(241). Scorpiones - North America Dunlop, J.A., O.E. Tetlie and L. Prendini (2008). Reinterpretation of the Silurian Scorpion Proscorpius osborni (Whitfield): Integrating Data from Palaeozoic and Recent Scorpions. Palaeontology, Vol.51, Part 2. Kjellesvig-Waering, E.N. (1969). Scorpionida. The Holotype of Mazonia woodiana Meek and Worthen, 1868. Fieldiana Geology, Vol.12, Number 11. Moore, J.I. (1922). A Review of the Present Knowledge of Fossil Scorpions With the Description of a New Species from the Pottsville Formation of Clay County, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Acacemy of Science. Santiago-Blay, J.A., M.E. Soleglad and V. Fet (2004). A Redescription and Family Placement of Uintascorpio Perry, 1995 from the Parachute Creek Member of the Green River Formation (Middle Eocene) of Colorado, USA (Scorpiones: Buthidae). Revista Iberica de Arachnologia, Vol.10, 31. Selden, P.A. and W.A. Shear (1992). A Myriapod Identity for the Devonian "Scorpion" Tiphoscorpio hueberi. Ber.nat.-med. Verein Innsbruck, Suppl. 10. Waddington, J., D.M. Rudkin and J.A. Dunlop (2015). A new mid-Silurian aquatic scorpion - one step closer to land? Biol.Lett., 11. Whitfield, R.P. (1885). On a Fossil Scorpion from the Silurian rocks of America. American Museum of Natural History, Bulletin Number 6. Scorpiones - South America/Central America/Caribbean Lourenço, W.R. (2013). A new species of Tityus C.L. Koch, 1836 (Scorpiones: Buthidae) from Dominican amber. Euscorpius, Number 156. Riquelme, F., et al. (2015). New Fossil Scorpion from the Chiapas Amber Lagerstätte. PLoS ONE, 10(8). Santiago-Blay, J.A. and G.O. Poinar (1993). First Scorpion (Buthidae: Centruroides) from Mexican Amber (Lower Miocene to Upper Oligocene). The Journal of Arachnology, 21. Santiago-Blay, J.A. and G.O. Poinar (1988). A Fossil Scorpion Tityus geratus New Species (Scorpiones: Buthidae) from Dominican Amber. Historical Biology, Vol.1. General Scorpiones Jeram, A.J. (1998). Phylogeny, classification and evolution of Silurian and Devonian scorpions. In: Proceedings of the 17th European Colloquium of Arachnology. Selden, P.A. (ed.). McCoy, V.E. and D.S. Brandt (2009). Scorpion taphonomy: criteria for distingishing fossil scorpion molts and carcasses. The Journal of Arachnology, 37. Wills, R.J. (1960). The External Anatomy of Some Carboniferous 'Scorpions' - Part 2. Palaeontology, Vol.3, Part 3. Wills, R.J. (1959). The External Anatomy of Some Carboniferous 'Scorpions' - Part 1. Palaeontology, Vol.1, Part 4. Order Solifugae - Sun Spiders Dunlop, J.A. and A.E. Klann (2009). A second camel spider (Arachnida, Solifugae) from Baltic amber. Acta Geologica Polonica, Vol. 59. Dunlop, J.A. and D.M. Martill (2004). Four Additional Specimens of the Fossil Camel Spider Cratosolpuga wunderlichi Selden 1996 (Arachnida: Solifugae)from the Lower Cretaceous Crato Formation of Brazil. Revista Iberica de Arachnologia, Vol.9. Dunlop, J.A., J. Wunderlich and G.O. Poinar (2004). The first fossil opilioacariform mite (Acari: Opilioacariformes) and the first Baltic amber camel spider (Solifugae). Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, 94. Dunlop, J.A., et al. (2015). A camel spider from Cretaceous Burmese amber. Cretaceous Research, 56. Selden, P.A. and W.A. Shear (1996). The First Mesozoic Solifugae (Arachnida) from the Cretaceous of Brazil, and a Redescription of the Palaeozoic Solifuge. Palaeontology, Vol.39, Part 3. Order Thelyphonida - Whip Scorpions (Vinegaroons) Cai, C. and D. Huang (2017). A new genus of whip-scorpions in Upper Cretaceous Burmese amber: Earliest fossil record of the extant subfamily Thelyphoninae (Arachnida: Thelyphonida: Thelyphonidae). Cretaceous Research, 69. Dunop, J.A. and O.E. Tetlie (2007). The Miocene Whipscorpion Thelyphonus hadleyi is an Unidentifiable Organic Remain. The Journal of Arachnology, 35. Selden, P.A., J.A. Dunlop and L. Simonetto (2016). A Fossil Whip-Scorpion (Arachnida:Thelyphonida) from the Upper Carboniferous of the Carnic Alps (Friuli, NE Italy). Revista Italiana di Paleontologia y Stratigrafia, Vol.122(1). Order Trigonotarbida Correia, P., et al. (2013). First Palaeozoic arachnid from Portugal and implications for Carboniferous palaeobiogeography. Geological Journal, 48. Dunlop, J.A. (1996). A Trigonotarbid Arachnid from the Upper Silurian of Shropshire. Palaeontology, Vol.39, Part 3. Dunlop, J.A. (1995). Redescription of the Pennsylvanian Trigonotarbid Arachnid Lissomartus Petrunkevitch 1949 from Mazon Creek, Illinois. The Journal of Arachnology, 23. Dunlop, J.A. and R.J. Garwood (2014). Tomographic reconstruction of the exceptionally preserved trigonotarbid arachnid Eophrynus prestvicii. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 59(2). Dunlop, J.A. and C. Brauckmann (2006). A new trigonotarbid arachnid from the Coal Measures of Hagen-Vorhalle, Germany. Fossil Record, 9(1). Dunlop, J.A. and P.A. Selden (2004). A Trigonotarbid Arachnid from the Lower Devonian of Tredomen, Wales. Palaeontology, Vol.47, Part 6. Dunlop, J.A. and R. Rossler (2013). The youngest trigonotarbid Permotarbus schuberti n.gen, n.sp. from the Permian Petrified Forest of Chemnitz in Germany. Fossil Record, 16(2). Dunlop, J.A. and R. Rossler (2002). The Trigonotarbid Arachnid Anthracomartus voelkelianus (Anthracomartidae). The Journal of Arachnology, 30. Dunlop, J.A., et al. (2014). A Trigonotarbid Arachnid from the Pennsylvanian Astrasado Formation of the Kinney Brick Quarry, New Mexico. Paleontological Contributions, Number 9. Garwood, R.J. and J.A. Dunlop (2011). Morphology and Systematics of Anthracomartidae (Arachnida: Trigonotarbida). Palaeontology, Vol.54, Part 1. Garwood, R.J., J.A. Dunlop and M.D. Sutton (2009). High-fidelity X-ray micro-tomography reconstruction of siderite-hosted Carboniferous arachnids. Biol.Lett., 5. Hyzny, M., et al. (2013). A fossil arachnid from Slovakia: the Carboniferous trigonotarbid Anthracomartus voelkelianus Karsch, 1882. Arachnology, 16(1). Jones, F.M., et al. (2014). Trigonotarbus johnsoni Pocock, 1911, revealed by X-ray computed tomography, with a cladistic analysis  of the extinct trigonotarbid arachnids. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 172. Miller, R.F. and W.H. Forbes (2001). An Upper Carboniferous trigonotarbid, Aphantomartus pustulatus (Scudder, 1884), from the Maritimes Basin (Euramerican Coal Province), New Brunswick, Canada. Atlantic Geology, 37. Selden, P.A. and G.L. Pillola (2009). A Trigonotarbid Arachnid from the Upper Carboniferous of the San Giorgio Basin, Sardinia. Revista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, Vol.115, Number 2. Selden, P.A. and M. Romano (1983). First Palaeozoic arachnid from Iberia: Aphantomartus areolatus Pocock (basal Stephanian; prov. Leon, N.W. Spain), with remarks on aphantomartid taxonomy. Boletin Geologico y Minero, Vol.XCIV, II. Shear, W.A. (2000). Gigantocharinus szatmaryi, A New Trigonotarbid Arachnid from the Late Devonian of North America (Chelicerata, Arachnida, Trigonotarbida). J.Paleont., 74(1). Shear, W.A. and P.A. Selden (1986). Phylogenetic Relationships of the Trigonotarbida, An Extinct Order of Arachnids. Actas X Congr.Int.Aracnol. Jaca/Espana, I. Shear, W.A., et al. (1987). New Terrestrial Arachnids from the Devonian of Gilboa, New York (Arachnida, Trigonotarbida). American Museum Novitates, Number 2901. Wright, D.F. and P.A. Selden (2011). A Trigonotarbid Arachnid from the Pennsylvanian of Kansas. Journal of Paleontology, 85(5). Order Uraraneida Huang, D., et al. (2018). Origin of spiders and their spinning organs illuminated by mid-Cretaceous amber fossils. Nature Ecology & Evolution. (Thanks to doushantuo for pointing me to this one!) Selden, P.A., W.A. Shear and M.D. Sutton (2008). Fossil evidence for the origin of spider spinnerets, and a proposed arachnid order. PNAS, Vol.105, Number 52. Wang, B., et al. (2018). Cretaceous arachnid Chimerarachne yingi gen. et sp.nov. illuminates spider origins (Supplementary Information). Nature Ecology & Evolution. General Arachnida Dunlop, J.A. (1997). Palaeozoic arachnids and their significance for arachnid phylogeny. Proc. 16th Europ.Coll.Arachnol. Dunlop, J.A. and M. Webster (1999). Fossil Evidence, Terrestrialization, and Arachnid Phylogeny. The Journal of Arachnology, 27. Garwood, R.J. and J. Dunlop (2014). Three-dimensional reconstruction and the phylogeny of extinct chelicerate orders. PeerJ, 2:e641. Jeram, A.J., P.A. Selden and D. Edwards (1990). Land Animals in the Silurian: Arachnids and Myriapods from Shropshire, England. Science, Vol.250. Scudder, S.H. (1895). Canadian Fossil Insects, Myriapods and Arachnids. Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology, Vol.II, Part I. (169 pages) Selden, P.A. and D. Ren (2017). A review of Burmese amber arachnids. Journal of Arachnology, 45. Selden, P.A., et al. (2014). Arachnids from the Carboniferous of Russia and Ukraine, and the Permian of Kazakhstan. Palaontol.Z., 88. Shultz, J.W. (2007). A phylogenetic analysis of the arachnid orders based on morphological characters. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 150.
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