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Gozalo, R., Chirivella Martorell, J.B., Dies Álvarez, M.E., Liñán, E., Martínez-Pérez, C. 2017

Nuevos trilobites en un nivel de arqueociatos del piso 4 del Cámbrico en Valdoré (León, Cordillera Cantábrica).

[New trilobites in an archaoeassociated level of the 4th series of the Cambrian in Valdoré (León, Cordillera Cantábrica).] 

pp.83-85 In: XXXIII Jornadas de Paleontologíal de la Sociedad Española de Paleontología, Cádiz, 27-30 Septiembre 2017

 

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Trenchard, H., Brett, C.E., & Perc, M. (2017)

Trilobite ‘pelotons’ : possible hydrodynamic drag effects between leading and following trilobites in trilobite queues.

Palaeontology, 60(4):557-569

 

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Dai, T., Zhang, X.L., Peng, S.C., & Yao, X.Y. (2017)

Intraspecific variation of trunk segmentation in the oryctocephalid trilobite Duyunaspis duyunensis from the Cambrian (Stage 4, Series 2) of South China.

Lethaia, 50(4):527-539

 

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Hou, J.B., Hughes, N.C., Yang, J., Lan, T., Zhang, X.G., & Dominguez, C. (2017)

Ontogeny of the articulated yiliangellinine trilobite Zhangshania typica from the lower Cambrian (Series 2, Stage 3) of southern China.

Journal of Paleontology, 91(1):86-99

 

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Geyer, G., & Peel, J.S. (2017)

Middle Cambrian trilobites from the Ekspedition Bræ Formation of North Greenland, with a reappraisal of the genus Elrathina.

Journal of Paleontology, 91(2):265-293

 

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Loch, J., & Ethington, R. (2017)

An integrated trilobite and conodont biostratigraphy across the base of the Laurentian Whiterockian Series (lower Middle Ordovician) at its stratotype, Whiterock Canyon Narrows, Nevada.

Journal of Paleontology, 91(2):294-317

 

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On 6/20/2017 at 7:48 PM, FossilDAWG said:

Thanks Scott.  This whole thread is incredibly useful.

Don

 

 

Thanks!  Recently I have been working on making it more useful and expansive by cross-referencing every published trilobite paper from previous years.  It is always a work in progress, as authors are continually uploading their papers to the internet.  Starting with 2013, I discovered 23 additional open-access papers that have subsequently been made available.  I just posted these papers on page 2 of this thread at this: <LINK>

 

In the coming months, I will continue by expanding this thread backwards to include previous years of open-access trilobite papers.  emo73.gif :P

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Álvaro, J.J., Esteve, J., & Zamora, S. (2017)

Morphological assessment of the earliest paradoxidid trilobites (Cambrian Series 3) from Morocco and Spain.

Geological Magazine, 155(7):1566-1595

 

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Years 2010, 2011, 2012 are now added, plus updates for 2013, 2014, 2015.

 

 

 

299 new papers were added for a total of 541 trilobite papers available in this thread.

Check back in the upcoming weeks as I continue to add papers from previous years.

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Years 2008 and 2009 have now been added: LINK  

 

The new total is 673 :trilosurprise: 

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Sun, X.W., Bentley, C.J., & Jago, J.B. (2017)

The significance of Cambro-Ordovician trilobites from the Kalladeina 1 drill hole, Warburton Basin, South Australia.

Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 64(4):471-485

 

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Years 2006 and 2007 have now been added. Presently this archive has links to 826 open-access papers.  

Because this thread spans multiple pages, I assembled an index pdf of the citations for easier navigation.

 

Open Access Trilobite Papers 2006-2017.pdf

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Jackson, I.S., & Budd, G.E. (2017)

Intraspecific morphological variation of Agnostus pisiformis, a Cambrian Series 3 trilobite‐like arthropod.

Lethaia, 50(4):467-485

 

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Pang C., Han, N., Chen, G., & Wen L. (2017)

Techniques of exuviation in Liaodong species of Early Cambrian trilobite Redlichia (Pteroredlichia) murakamii Resser et Endo.

Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 56(1):20-24

 

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Zhang, X., Ahlberg, P., Babcock, L.E., Choi, D.K., Geyer, G., Gozalo, R., Hollingsworth, J.S., Li, G., Naimark, E.B., Pegel, T., Steiner, M., Wotte, T., & Zhang, Z. (2017)

Challenges in defining the base of Cambrian Series 2 and Stage 3.

Earth-Science Reviews, 172:124-139

 

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Fortey, R.A. & Edgecombe, G.D. (2017)

An Upper Ordovician (Katian) trilobite fauna from the Lower Ktaoua Formation, Morocco.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 92:311-322

 

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Wei, X., & Zhan, R.B. (2017)

A late Rhuddanian (early Llandovery, Silurian) trilobite association from South China and its implications.

Palaeoworld, 27:42-52

 

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Becker, M.A., Chamberlain, R.B., Maisch, H.M., Bartholomew, A., & Chamberlain, J.A. (2017)

Trilobites from the Rickard Hill facies of the Saugerties Member of the Schoharie Formation, eastern New York (upper Emsian and Lower Devonian): a case study in taphonomy and sequence stratigraphy from glacial erratics.

Atlantic Geology, 53:269-284

 

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Ameri, H., Yazdi, M., & Bahrami, A. (2017)

Pseudophillipsia (Carniphillipsia) (Trilobite) from the Permian Jamal Formation, Isfahan, Iran.

Journal of Sciences, Islamic Republic of Iran, 28(4):325-336

 

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Hopkins, M.J, Chen, F., Hu, S., & Zhang, Z. (2017)

The oldest known digestive system consisting of both paired digestive glands and a crop from exceptionally preserved trilobites of the Guanshan Biota (Early Cambrian, China).

PLoS ONE 12(9)e0184982:1-14

 

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Vyhnánková, I. (2017)

Morphology of genal caeca in selected trilobites from the Barrandian area.

Diploma Thesis, Charles University, 76 pp.

 

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Fatka, O., & Budil, P. (2017)

Digestive structures in the Middle Ordovician trilobite Prionocheilus Rouault, 1847 from the Barrandian area of Czech Republic

Geologica Acta, 16:65-73

 

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Singh, B.P., Bhargava, O.N., Negi, R.S., Zhao, Y., Yin, L., & Sharma, C.A. (2017)

Additional trilobite fauna from the basal part of the Cambrian Series 3,Stage 5, Kunzam La (=Parahio) Formation, Parahio Valley, Spiti (Northwest Himalaya), India and its biostratigraphic significance.

Annales de Paléontologie, 103:271-281

 

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Zaika, Y.U., & Krylov, A.V. (2017)

Ordovician erratic trilobites (Arthropoda, Trilobita) from Pleistocene deposits of Belarus (preliminary data).

Baranovichi State University Bulletin, 2017:71-81

 

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Vinn, O., Toom, U., & Isakar, M. (2017)

The earliest cornulitid on the internal surface of the illaenid pygidium from the Middle Ordovician of Estonia

Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 66(4):193-197

 

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Shchedukhin, A.Y., & Ratnikov, V.Y. (2017)

On the finding of trilobite in the Devonian deposits of the Pavlovsk granite quarry.

Voronezh State University, Geology Bulletin, 3:122-123

 

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Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C. (2017)

Trilobites de conservación excepcional en el Ordovícico de Marruecos.

[Trilobites of exceptional conservation in the Ordovician of Morocco.]

Enseñanza de las Ciencias de la Tierra, 25(2):250-252

 

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On 10/25/2017 at 3:51 PM, piranha said:

Shchedukhin, A.Y., & Ratnikov, V.Y. (2017)

On the finding of trilobite in the Devonian deposits of the Pavlovsk granite quarry.

Voronezh State University, Geology Bulletin, 3:122-123

 

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So it's a Granite quarry with Devonian deposits? :trilosurprise::blink::headscratch:

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3 hours ago, Shamalama said:

So it's a Granite quarry with Devonian deposits? :trilosurprise::blink::headscratch:

 

 

translated from the paper:

 

They all come from carbonate sediments of the Semiluki Horizon near the city of Semiluki.  In the autumn of 2016, in the dumps of the Pavlovsk granite, A.G. Korchaginym found a trilobite tail shield. The type sample in which it was discovered - greenish argillite-like clays, including carbonated plant residues, ki crystals and small concretions of pyrite.

 

 

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21 hours ago, piranha said:

 

 

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They all come from carbonate sediments of the Semiluki Horizon near the city of Semiluki.  In the autumn of 2016, in the dumps of the Pavlovsk granite, A.G. Korchaginym found a trilobite tail shield. The type sample in which it was discovered - greenish argillite-like clays, including carbonated plant residues, ki crystals and small concretions of pyrite.

 

 

So I guess the Devonian sediments overlie the Granite and may be stripped off as over burden then. That is what I make of that translation. Thanks!

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8 hours ago, Shamalama said:

So I guess the Devonian sediments overlie the Granite and may be stripped off as over burden then. That is what I make of that translation. Thanks!

 

 

A detailed description of the stratigraphy and paleontology of the "Pavlovsk granite quarry" can be found in:

 

Раскатова, М.Г., 2004. Миоспоровая зональность средне-верхнедевонских отложений юго-восточной части Воронежской антеклизы (Павловский карьер). Вестник Воронеж. гос. ун-та. Сер.: Геология, (2), pp.89-98.  (Raskatova, MG 2004 Miosporovaya zoning of the Middle-Upper Nedevon deposits of the southeastern part of the Voronezh anteclise (Pavlovsky quarry) / MG Raskatova // Vestn. Voronezh. state. un-ta. Ser .: Geology. - 2004. - №2. - P. 89-98.)

 

PDF file at http://www.vestnik.vsu.ru/pdf/heologia/2004/02/raskatova.pdf .

 

Although it is called the "Pavlovsky granite quarry," I cannot find any mention of either granite or other igneous rock in it other than the name of the quarry and note about Devonian volcanism. My wife, whose native language is Russian assures me that "granite" (гранитного ) is correctly translated.

 

yours,

 

Paul H.

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