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Open Access Trilobite Papers 2013-2017

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Fatka, O., Lerosey-Aubril, R., Budil, P., & Rak, S. (2013)
Fossilized guts in trilobites from the Upper Ordovician Letná Formation (Prague Basin, Czech Republic).
Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geoscience, 88(1):95-104
 

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Excellent..... free reading always a good way to start off a new year.

Not that I am doubting the scientific legitimacy of the digestive tracks they are seeing... they sure have a vivid imagination.

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Thanks a lot Piranha to permit us to share with us free of charge the result of your work :goodjob:

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Impressive still for those have no access to these creatures, like me!

I imagine what happens with the people involved.....

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A couple more recent open-access papers:

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Ortega-Hernández, J., & Brena, C. (2012)
Ancestral patterning of tergite formation in a centipede suggests derived mode of trunk segmentation in trilobites.    
Plos One, 7(12):1-19 

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Vannier, J. (2012)  
Gut contents as direct indicators for trophic relationships in the Cambrian marine ecosystem.                                                                                  
Plos One, 7(12):1-20 

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This open-access paper just hit Google Scholar today:

Høyberget, M., & Bruton, D.L. (2012)
Revision of the trilobite genus Sphaerophthalmus and relatives from the Furongian (Cambrian) Alum Shale Formation, Oslo Region, Norway.
Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, 92(4):433-450

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thanks for the link.....

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A few more open-access papers recently published online:

 

Corbacho, J., & López-Soriano, F.J.A.   (2013)
Two new species of Trochurinae trilobites from the Middle Devonian (Eifelian) of Southern Morocco.
Museu Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 18:15-24

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Corbacho, J., & Kier, C.  (2013)
Diversidad y distribución de Acanthopyge (Belenopyge),(Lichidae) en Marruecos; Devónico inferior y medio.
Museu Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 18:3-14

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Singh, B.P.  (2013)
Additional Late Middle Cambrian Trilobites from Karsha Formation (Haimanta Group) Zanskar Region of Zanskar-Spiti Basin, Northwest Himalaya.
Journal Geological Society of India  81(3):361-368

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Schwimmer, D.R., & Montante, W.M.  (2012)
An Aphelaspis zone (upper Cambrian, Paibian) trilobite faunule 
in the central Conasauga River Valley, North Georgia, USA.
Southeastern Geology  49(1):31-41

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Thanks for posting and letting us know about this material. I very much appreciate your posts.

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Štěpán Rak, & Tomáš Viktorýn  (2012)

Preliminary Report about locality Březina 3 and its comparison with other trilobite occurences from shales of the Březina Formation from Březina village and its vicinity.

Zprávy Vlastivědného muzea v Olomouci  303:128-131

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Štěpán Rak, Jiří Kalvoda, & Francois-Xavier Devuyst  (2012)

New Mississippian trilobite association from the Brno vicinity and its significance (Moravian Karst, Czech Republic).

Geologica Carpathica  63(3):181-190

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Tomáš Weiner, Carsten Brauckmann, Hedvika Poukarová, Štěpán Rak, & Jiří Kalvoda  (2012)

Preliminary report on the new findings of Mississippian trilobites in the Březina Formation (Moravian Karst, Czech Republic).

Geologické výzkumy na Moravě a ve Slezsku  19:125-129.

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Another great PDF just published online:

 

Schoenemann, B. &  Clarkson, E.N.  (2013)
Discovery of some 400 million year-old sensory structures in the compound eyes of trilobites.
Scientific Reports  3(1429):1-5

 

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thanks Scott, those individual visual units look a lot like flowers :)

I have not yet seen any of these Emu Bay trilobites mentioned

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This paper came out last year but has been updated and republished with color plates:

 

López-Soriano, F.J.  &  Corbacho, J.  (2012)
A new species of Symphysops from the Upper Ordovician of Morocco.
Una nueva especie de Symphysops del Ordovícico Superior de Marruecos.
Museu Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 17:1-8

 

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This paper came out last year but has been updated and republished with color plates:

López-Soriano, F.J. & Corbacho, J. (2012)

A new species of Symphysops from the Upper Ordovician of Morocco.

Una nueva especie de Symphysops del Ordovícico Superior de Marruecos.

Batalleria 17:1-8

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Another great PDF just published online:

Schoenemann, B. & Clarkson, E.N. (2013)

Discovery of some 400 million year-old sensory structures in the compound eyes of trilobites.

Scientific Reports 3(1429):1-5

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Thanks!! I especially enjoyed reading these two articles. The figures are awesome too.

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This paper came out last year but has been updated and republished with color plates:

López-Soriano, F.J. & Corbacho, J. (2012)

A new species of Symphysops from the Upper Ordovician of Morocco.

Una nueva especie de Symphysops del Ordovícico Superior de Marruecos.

Batalleria 17:1-8

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Grrrrrrr..... I can't open the document, I obtain "Cannot retrieve normalized object."

Coco

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On 3/20/2013 at 3:42 PM, Coco said:

Grrrrrrr..... I can't open the document, I obtain "Cannot retrieve normalized object."

Coco

 

 

It might be incompatible with your ISP.... but the PDF is not incompatible with your PM :P

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;):D

Coco

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It's a great day when two new papers are published online.... 87 pages of trilobite happiness!   2722.gif

 

Elicki, O., & Geyer, G.  (2013)
The Cambrian trilobites of Jordan–taxonomy, systematic and stratigraphic significance.
Acta Geologica Polonica  63(1):1-56

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Żylińska, A.  (2013)
The oldest Cambrian trilobites from the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland: taxonomic, stratigraphic and biogeographic reappraisal.
Acta Geologica Polonica  63(1):57-87
 
 
 
 

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Thanks Piranha ! ;)

Coco

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Excellent thread Scott!

PL

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Another paper just published online to add to the list:

 

Williams, V.L.  (2013)
Evolution and the Calcite Eye Lens.
arXiv.org  1304.4815:1-14
 

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Interesting article, seems to be saying trilobites could not see the best, most species evoled another lens material than calcite. Perhaps another reason why trilobites died out they could not predate as well as other aquatic species that had better visual accuity.

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A new paper for some Newfie trilobites: 

 

 

Boyce, W.D., McCobb, L.M.E., Knight, I.  2013

Continuing stratigraphic and trilobite studies of the Watts Bight Formation (St. George Group), Port au Port Peninsula, western Newfoundland.

Current Research (2013) Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources Geological Survey, Report  13(1):205-222

 

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thank you piranha for all your hard work by keeping us informed on what you find. i have been away for a while medical issues but i am jumping back into it big time very soon. warming up the tools i have a lot of stuff to work on.

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thank you piranha for all your hard work by keeping us informed on what you find. i have been away for a while medical issues but i am jumping back into it big time very soon. warming up the tools i have a lot of stuff to work on.

doc

 

Hi Doc,

 

Thanks.... always happy to assist!

Here is a 60 page paper on a new discovery of a Cambrian trilobite-like arthropod: Arthroaspis

 

Stein, M., Budd, G. E., Peel, J. S., & Harper, D. A.  (2013)
Arthroaspis n, gen., a common element of the Sirius Passet Lagerstatte (Cambrian, North Greenland), sheds light on trilobite ancestry.
BMC Evolutionary Biology  13(1):99
 
 
 
 

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