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Dear Members,

here I present a complete and updated bibliography on Thylacocephala, an enigmatic class of euarthropoda. Note that there might be some mynor typos, but I've checked multiple times and every info should be correct. Most of these papers are available online, either as open access articles or via subscription or on public digital libraries, such as Biodiversity Heritage Library. Some papers are not available online, but I have most of them as pdf scans. I even listed a couple of thesis (but I'm certainly missing some others as they are not easy to find!). There are circa 10 papers or book sections that I do not have and I marked them in bold so that you know. I will update the list with every new paper that is published. 

Suggestions and inputs are welcome. I'd be happy to answer any of your requests for papers.

Enjoy!

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THYLACOCEPHALA

 

- Affer, D., & Teruzzi, G. (1999). Thylacocephalan crustaceans from the Besano Formation, Middle Triassic, N. Italy. Riv. Museo Civico Sci. Nat. «Enrico Caffi», Supplemento Al, 20, 5–8.

- Alessandrello, A., Arduini, P., Pinna, G., & Teruzzi, G. (1991). New observations on the Thylacocephala (Arthropoda, Crustacea). In A. M. Simonetta & S. Conway Morris (Eds.), The early evolution of Metazoa and the significance of problematic taxa (pp. 245–251). Cambridge University Press.

- Arduini, P. (1988). Microcaris and Atropicaris, two genera of the class Thylacocephala. Atti Della Società Italiana Di Scienze Naturali e Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale Di Milano, 129, 159–163.

- Arduini, P. (1990). Studies on Permo-Trias of Madagascar, 1. Thylacocephala from Lower Trias of Madagascar. Atti Della Società Italiana Di Scienze Naturali e Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale Di Milano, 131, 197–204.

- Arduini, P. (1991). Clausocaris pinnai n. Sp., (Order Clausocarida nov.), thylacephalan crustacean from the Norian of the Preone Valley (Udine, N. Italy) and morphological considerations on Thylacocephala. Atti Della Società Italiana Di Scienze Naturali e Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale Di Milano, 132, 265–272.

- Arduini, P., & Brasca, A. (1984). Atropicaris: Nuovo genere della classe Thylacocephala. Atti Della Società Italiana Di Scienze Naturali e Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale Di Milano, 125, 87–93.

- Arduini, P., & Pinna, G. (1989). I Tilacocefali: Una nuova classe di crostacei fossili. Natura, 80(2).

- Arduini, P., Pinna, G., & Teruzzi, G. (1980). A new unusual lower Jurassic cirriped from Osteno in Lombardy: Ostenia cypriformis (preliminary note). Atti Della Società Italiana Di Scienze Naturali e Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale Di Milano, 121, 360–370.

- Arduini, P., Pinna, G., & Teruzzi, G. (1984). Ostenocaris nom. Nov. Pro Ostenia Arduini, Pinna e Teruzzi, 1980. Atti Della Società Italiana Di Scienze Naturali e Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale Di Milano, 125, 48.

- Audo, D., Robin, N., Luque, J., Krobicki, M., Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Jauvion, C., & Charbonnier, S. (2019). Palaeoecology of Voulteryon parvulus (Eucrustacea, Polychelida) from the Middle Jurassic of La Voulte-sur-Rhône FossilLagerstätte (France). Scientific Reports, 9:5332.

- Barrande, J. (1872). Systême Silurien du centre de la Bohême: Ière Partie: Recherches Paléontologiques. Supplément au Vol. I. Trilobites, Crustacés divers et Poissons. Prague.

- Bate, R. H., Collins, J. S. H., Robinson, J. E., & Rolfe, W. D. I. (1967). Arthropoda: Crustacea: Vol. The Fossil Record (W. B. Harland, C. H. Holland, M. R. House, N. F. Hughes, A. B. Reynolds, G. E. Satterhwaite, L. B. H. Tarlo, & E. C. Willey, Eds.). Geological Society of London.

- Böhm, R. (1935). Études sur les faunes du Dévonien Superieur et du Carbonifère Inférieur de la Montagne Noire [PhD Thesis]. Universitè Montpellier.

- Boucek, B. (1938). O poloze s Ceratiocaris n.sp. V dalejskych bridlicich u Roblina. Cas. Nar. Mus., 112(2), 168.

- Braig, F., Haug, J. T., Schädel, M., & Haug, C. (2019). A new thylacocephalan crustacean from the Upper Jurassic lithographic limestones of southern Germany and the diversity of Thylacocephala. Palaeodiversity, 12(1), 69–87.

- Brayard, A., Krumenacker, L. J., Botting, J. P., Jenks, J. F., Bylund, K. G., Fara, E., Vennin, E., Olivier, N., Goudemand, N., Saucède, T., Charbonnier, S., Romano, C., Doguzhaeva, L., Thuy, B., Hautmann, M., Stephen, D. A., Thomazo, C., & - Escarguel, G. (2017). Unexpected Early Triassic marine ecosystem and the rise of the Modern evolutionary fauna. Science Advances, 3(2):e1602159.

- Briggs, D. E. G. (1985). Arthropod Paleobiology. Paleobiology, 11(4), 361–367. JSTOR.

- Briggs, D. E. G., Liu, H. P., McKay, R. M., & Witzke, B. J. (2015). Bivalved arthropods from the Middle Ordovician Winneshiek Lagerstätte, Iowa, USA. Journal of Paleontology, 89(6), 991–1006.

- Briggs, D. G., & Rolfe, W. I. (1983). New Concavirida (new order: ?Crustacea) from the Upper Devonian of Gogo, Western Australia, and the palaeoecology and affinities of the group. Special Papers in Paleontology, 123, 199–235.

- Broda, K. (2016). Thylacocephalan arthropods from the Upper Devonian of Poland. 35th International Geological Congress.

- Broda, K., Hegna, T. A., & Zatoń, M. (2015). Thylacocephalans. Geology Today, 31(3), 116–120.

- Broda, K., Marynowski, L., Rakociński, M., & Zatoń, M. (2019). Coincidence of photic zone euxinia and impoverishment of arthropods in the aftermath of the Frasnian-Famennian biotic crisis. Scientific Reports, 9(1):16996.

- Broda, K., Rak, Š., & Hegna, T. A. (2020). Do the clothes make the thylacocephalan? A detailed study of Concavicarididae and Protozoeidae (?Crustacea, Thylacocephala) carapace micro-ornamentation. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 18(11), 911–930.

- Broda, K., Wolny, M., & Zatoń, M. (2015). Palaeobiological significance of damaged and fragmented thylacocephalan carapaces from the Upper Devonian of Poland. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, 126(4), 589–598.

- Broda, K., & Zatoń, M. (2017). A set of possible sensory system preserved in cuticle of Late Devonian thylacocephalan arthropods from Poland. Historical Biology, 29(8), 1045–1055.

- Bürgin, T., Eichenberger, U., Furrer, H., & Tschanz, K. (1991). Die Prosanto-Formation―eine fischreiche Fossil-Lagerstätte in der Mitteltrias der Silvretta-Decke (Konton Graubünden, Schweiz). Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae, 84(3), 921–990.

- Calzada, S., & Manè, R. (1993). Primera cita de un Tilacocéfalo (Crustacea) en el Ladiniense español. Trabajos Del Museo Geológico Del Seminario, 224, 12–16.

- Campbell, G. (1946). New Albany Shale. Bull. Geol. Soc. America, 57(9), 829–908.

- Cartanyà, J., Fortuny, J., Bolet, A., & Garcia-Artigas, R. (2019). Moradebrichthys vilasecae gen. Et sp. Nov., a new perleidid (Actinopterygii: Osteichthyes) from the Middle Triassic of Catalonia (NE Iberian Peninsula). Neues Jahrbuch Für Geologie Und Paläontologie Abhandlungen, 292(2), 171–190.

- Case, G. R. (1982). A pictorial guide to fossils. Van Nostrand Reinhold.

- Celarc, B., Gale, L., Gašparič, R., Žalohar, J., & Hitij, T. (2019). Geology of Kamnik-Savinja Alps and Middle Triassic (Anisian) beds in the Logarska valley. Book of Abstracts, 141–146.

- Charbonnier, S. (2009). Le Lagerstätte de La Voulte: Un environnement bathyal au Jurassique (Vol. 199).

- Charbonnier, S., Audo, D., Caze, B., & Biot, V. (2014). The La Voulte-sur-Rhône Lagerstätte (Middle Jurassic, France). Comptes Rendus Palevol, 13(5), 369–381.

- Charbonnier, S., Brayard, A., & the Paris Biota Team. (2019). New thylacocephalans from the Early Triassic Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios, 54, 37–43.

- Charbonnier, S., Teruzzi, G., Audo, D., Lasseron, M., Haug, C., & Haug, J. T. (2017). New thylacocephalans from the Cretaceous Lagerstätten of Lebanon. Bulletin de La Société Géologique de France, 188(3), 19.

- Charbonnier, S., Vannier, J., Hantzpergue, P., & Gaillard, C. (2009). Ecological significance of the arthropod fauna from the Jurassic (Callovian) La Voulte Lagerstätte. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 55(1), 111–132.

- Chlupac, I. (1959). Faciální vývoj a biostratigrafie břidlic dalejských a vápenců hlubočepských (eifel) ve středočeském devonu (Facial development a biostratigraphy of Daleje Shale and Hlubočepy Limestone /Eifelian/ in the Devonian of Central Bohemia). Sborník Ústředního Ústavu Geologického, Oddíl Geologický, 25, 445–511.

- Chlupac, I. (1963). Phyllocarid crustaceans from the Silurian and Devonian of Czechoslovakia. Palaeontology, 6, 97–118.

- Chlupac, I., Lukes, P., & Zikmundova, J. (1979). The Lower-Middle Devonian boundary beds in the Barrandian area, Czechoslovakia. Geologica et Palaeontologica, 13, 125–156.

- Cooper, C. L. (1932). A Crustacean Fauna from the Woodford Formation of Oklahoma. Journal of Paleontology, 6(4), 346–352. JSTOR.

- Dalla Vecchia, F. M. (1993). Segnalazione di crostacei nell’Unità Fonte Santa (Triassico Sup.) presso Filettino (Lazio, Italia). Gortania-Atti Mus. Friuli Storia Nat., Udine, 14(1992), 59–69.

- Dalla Vecchia, Fabio M. (2012). Il Friuli 215 milioni di anni fa. Gli straordinari fossili di Preone: Finestra su di un mondo scomparso. Comune di Preone.

- Dalla Vecchia, Fabio M., & Muscio, G. (1990). Occurrence of Thylacocephala (Arthropoda, Crustacea) from the Upper Triassic of Carnic Prealps (NE Italy). Bollettino Della Società Paleontologica Italiana, 29(1), 39–42.

- Dames, W. (1886). Ueber einige Crustaceen aus den Kreideablagerungen des Libanon. Zeitschrift Der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft, 551–576.

- Delépine, G. (1935). Contribution à l’étude de la faune du Dinantien des Pyrénées. Bull. Soc. Géol. France, 5(5), 65–75, 171–191.

- Dietl, G., & Schweigert, G. (2001). Im Reich der Meerengel: Der Nusplinger Plattenkalk und seine Fossilien. VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

- Dzik, J. (2006). The Famennian ‘Golden Age’ of conodonts andammonoids in the Polish part of the Variscan sea. Palaeontologia Polonica, 63, 1–369.

- Ehiro, M., Sasaki, O., Kano, H., & Nagase, T. (2019). Additional thylacocephalans (Arthropoda) from the Lower Triassic (upper Olenekian) Osawa Formation of the South Kitakami Belt, Northeast Japan | Elsevier Enhanced Reader. Palaeoworld, 28, 320–333.

- Ehiro, M., Sasaki, O., Kano, H., Nemoto, J., & Kato, H. (2015). Thylacocephala (Arthropoda) from the Lower Triassic of the South Kitakami Belt, Northeast Japan. Paleontological Research, 19(4), 269–282.

- Eterno, L. (2016). Tilacocefali del Calcare di Moltrasio (Giurassico Inferiore), Osteno, Como. Università degli Studi di Milano.

- Feldmann, R. M., Schweitzer, C. E., Hu, S., Huang, J., Zhou, C., Zhang, Q., Wen, W., Xie, T., & Maguire, E. (2015). Spatial distribution of Crustacea and associated organisms in the Luoping Biota (Anisian, Middle Triassic), Yunnan Province, China: Evidence of periodic mass kills. Journal of Paleontology, 89(6), 1022–1037.

- Filisetti, A. (2020). I toracopodi nei Tilacocefali (Arthropoda, ?Crustacea). Morfologia, tafonomia, significato paleontologico [Master of Science]. Università degli Studi di Milano.

- Fischer, J.-C. (2003). Invertébrés remarquables du Callovien inférieur de la Voulte-sur-Rhône (Ardèche, France). Annales de Paléontologie, 89(4), 223–252.

- Forchielli, A., & Pervesler, P. (2013). Phosphatic cuticle in thylacocephalans: A taphonomic case study of Austriocaris (Arthropoda, Thylacocepha- la) from the Fossil-Lagerstätte Polzberg (Reingraben shales, Carnian, Upper Triassic, Lower Austria). Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences, 106(1), 46–61.

- Fraas, O. (1878). Geologisches aus dem Libanon. Jahreshefte Des Vereins Für Vaterländische Naturkunde in Württemberg, 34, 257–391.

- Frey, L., Pohle, A., Rücklin, M., & Klug, C. (2020). Fossil‐Lagerstätten, palaeoecology and preservation of invertebrates and vertebrates from the Devonian in the eastern Anti‐Atlas, Morocco. Lethaia, 53(2), 242–266.

- Fröhlich, F., Mayrat, A., Riou, B., & Secretan, S. (1992). Structures rétiniennes phosphatisées dans l’oeil géant de Dollocaris, un crustacé fossile. Annales de Paléontologie, 78(4), 193–204.

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- Garwood, R., & Sutton, M. (2008). Bringing The Thylacocephala Out Of Their Shell: Enigmatic Arthropods And Tomographic Reconstruction. 52nd Annual Meeting of The Palaeontological Association, University of Glasgow.

- Genson, E. (1937). Decouverte d’une faune e d’une flore dans l’horizon à lydiennes de la base du Carbonifère  du Massif du Foulon. Bulletin de La Société d’étude Des Sciences Naturelles de Béziers, 40, 81–84.

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- Glaesnerr, M. F. (1931). Eine crustaceenfauna aus den lunzer schichten Niederösterreichs. Jahrbuch Der Geologischen Bundesanstalt, 81, 467–486.

- Haig, D. W., Martin, S. K., Mory, A. J., McLoughlin, S., Backhouse, J., Berrell, R. W., Kear, B. P., Hall, R., Foster, C. B., Shi, G. R., & Bevan, J. C. (2015). Early Triassic (early Olenekian) life in the interior of East Gondwana: Mixed marine–terrestrial biota from the Kockatea Shale, Western Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 417, 511–533.

- Hannibal, J. T., & Feldmann, R. M. (1986). Late Devonian Crustacea, Palaeopalaemon newberryi and Concavicaris sp., from the Chagrin Shale of northeastern Ohio and Alfred Shale of western New York State. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 18(4), 291.

- Haug, C., Briggs, D. E. G., Mikulic, D. G., Kluessendorf, J., & Haug, J. T. (2014). The implications of a Silurian and other thylacocephalan crustaceans for the functional morphology and systematic affinities of the group. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14:159.

- Haug, C., & Haug, J. T. (2014). Neues zu den Thylacocephala, einer Gruppe (immer noch) seltsamer Krebse. Archaeopteryx, 32, 8–14.

- Hegna, T. A., Luque, J., & Wolfe, J. M. (2020). The Fossil Record of the Pancrustacea. In G. C. B. Poore & M. Thiel (Eds.), Evolution and Biogeography (Vol. 8, pp. 21–52).

- Hegna, T. A., Vega, F. J., & González-Rodríguez, K. A. (2014). First Mesozoic Thylacocephalans (Arthropoda, ?Crustacea; Cretaceous) in the Western Hemisphere: New Discoveries from the Muhi Quarry Lagerstätte. Journal of Paleontology, 88(3), 606–616.

- Hilgendorf, F. (1885). Ueber cretacische Squilliden-Larven vom Libanon. Sitzungs-Berichte Der Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde Zu Berlin, 10, 184–185.

- Hitij, T., Gašparič, R., Žalohar, J., Jurkovšek, B., & Kolar-Jurkovšek, T. (2019). Paleontološko Bogastvo—Kozje Dnine. Acta Triglaviensia, 7, 5–42.

- Jauvion, C., Bernard, S., Gueriau, P., Mocuta, C., Pont, S., Benzerara, K., & Charbonnier, S. (2020). Exceptional preservation requires fast biodegradation: Thylacocephalan specimens from La Voulte-sur-Rhône (Callovian, Jurassic, France). Palaeontology, 63(3), 395–413.

- Ji, C., Tintori, A., Jiang, D., & Motani, R. (2017). New species of Thylacocephala (Arthropoda) from the Spathian (Lower Triassic) of Chaohu, Anhui Province of China. PalZ, 91(2), 171–184.

- Ji, C., Tintori, A., Jiang, D., Motani, R., & Confortini, F. (2020). New Thylacocephala (Crustacea) assemblage from the Spathian (Lower Triassic) of Majiashan (Chaohu, Anhui Province, South China). Journal of Paleontology [published online 03 December 2020].

- Jobbins, M., Haug, C., & Klug, C. (2020). First African thylacocephalans from the Famennian of Morocco and their role in Late Devonian food webs. Scientific Reports, 10(1), 5129.

- Kent, L. S. (1982). Type and figured fossils in the Worthen Collection at the Illinois State Geological Survey (Vol. 524).

- Kobayashi, T. (1937). An occurrence of a new Permian phyllocarid in south Chosen. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 44, 337–340.

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- Lange, S., Schram, F. R., Steeman, F. A., & Hof, C. H. (2001). New genus and species from the Cretaceous of Lebanon links the Thylacocephala to the Crustacea. Palaeontology, 44(5), 905–912.

- Larghi, C., Tintori, A., Basso, D., Danini, G., & Felber, M. (2020). A new Ladinian (Middle Triassic) mysidacean shrimp (Crustacea, Lophogastrida) from northern Italy and southern Switzerland. Journal of Paleontology, 94(2).

- Laville, T. Thylacocephala: an overview of one of the most enigmatic groups of fossil arthropods (2019). 19. Tagung deutschsprachiger Crustaceologen, München, Germany, March 2019.

- Laville, T., Forel, M.-B. & Charbonnier, S. (2020). Thylacocephalans from the La Voulte-sur-Rhône Lagerstätte (Ardèche, France): taxonomy, anatomy and palaeobiology. Programme abstracts, 64th Palaeontological Association Annual Meeting, 18-20th December 2020, Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

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- Meek, F. B. (1872). Descriptions of New Western Palæozoic Fossils, Mainly from the Cincinnati Group of the Lower Silurian Series of Ohio. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 23(3), 308–336.

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- Polz, H. (1989). Clausocaris nom. Nov. Pro Clausia Oppenheim 1888. Archaeopteryx, 7, 73.

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- Polz, H. (1994). Mayrocaris bucculata gen. Nov. Sp. Nov.(Thylacocephala, Conchyliocarida) aus den Solnhofener Plattenkalken. Archaeopteryx, 35–44.

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- Rhys, C. The crustaceans of the UK’s forgotten lagerstätte (2015). Master's Thesis, University of Bristol, unpublished.

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- Röhl, H. J., Schmid-Röhl, A., Furrer, H., Oschmann, W., & Schwark, L. (2001). Microfacies, geochemistry and palaeoecology of the Middle Triassic Grenzbitumenzone from Monte San Giorgio (Canton Ticino, Switzerland). Geol. Insubrica, 6(1), 1–13.

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- Rolfe, W. I. (1992). Not yet proven Crustacea: The Thylacocephala. Acta Zoologica, 73(5), 301–304.

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Because it has trilobites, I have this paper:

 

Chlupáč, I., Lukes, P., Zikmundová, J. 1979.

The Lower/Middle Devonian Boundary Beds in the Barrandian Area, Czechoslovakia. Geologica et Palaeontologica, 13:125-156

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A good friend of mine also works on the thylacocephalans. I will send your list of "don't have" papers--hopefully we can find the others!

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9 minutes ago, piranha said:

Because it has trilobites, I have this paper:

 

Chlupáč, I., Lukes, P., Zikmundová, J. 1979.

The Lower/Middle Devonian Boundary Beds in the Barrandian Area, Czechoslovakia. Geologica et Palaeontologica, 13:125-156

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A good friend of mine also works on the thylacocephalans. I will send your list of "don't have" papers--hopefully we can find the others!

 

Thank you very much, also for your reply on the other day's post. I figured that it would be better to just publish a complete list of what I have/don't have, so that it might help other enthusiasts or professionals alike. 

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- Polz, H. (1988). Clausia litographica Oppenheim (?Crustacea). Archaeopteryx, 6, 69–73.

- Polz, H. (1989). Clausocaris nom. Nov. Pro Clausia Oppenheim 1888. Archaeopteryx, 7, 73.

- Polz, H. (1990). Clausocaris litographica (?Crustacea, Thylacocephala). Archaeopteryx, 8, 93–109.

- Polz, H. (1992). Zur Lebensweise der Thylacocephala (?Crustacea). Archaeopteryx, 10, 1–12.

- Polz, H. (1993). Zur Metamerie von Clausocaris lithographica (?Crustacea, Thylacocephala). Archaeopteryx, 11, 105–112.

- Polz, H. (1994). Mayrocaris bucculata gen. Nov. Sp. Nov.(Thylacocephala, Conchyliocarida) aus den Solnhofener Plattenkalken. Archaeopteryx, 35–44.

- Polz, H. (1997). Der Carapax von Mayrocaris bucculata (Thylacocephala, Conchyliocarida). Archaeopteryx, 15, 59–71.

- Polz, H. (2001). Dollocaris michelorum sp. Nov. (Thylacocephala, Concavicarida) aus den Solnhofener Plattenkalken. Archaeopteryx, 19, 45–55.

 

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On 3/9/2021 at 7:17 AM, Italo40 said:

- Boucek, B. (1938). O poloze s Ceratiocaris n.sp. V dalejskych bridlicich u Roblina. Cas. Nar. Mus., 112(2), 168.

 

This one also has a trilobite ... win-win! :trilosurprise:

Boucek 1938.pdf

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On 3/9/2021 at 7:17 AM, Italo40 said:

- Haug, C., & Haug, J. T. (2014). Neues zu den Thylacocephala, einer Gruppe (immer noch) seltsamer Krebse. Archaeopteryx, 32, 8–14.

 

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Haug & Haug 2014.pdf

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