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Open Access Trilobite Papers 2013-2017

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Another great day with a couple of recent trilobite papers:

 

 

Korovnikov, I.V. (2014)

Trilobites Plicatolina lucida Lazarenko from the Upper Cambrian of the Kharaulakh Mountains (Northeastern Siberian Platform).

Paleontological Journal, 48(5):465-470

 

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Yuan, J-L., & Esteve, J. (2014)

The earliest species of Burlingia Walcott, 1908 (Trilobita) from South China: biostratigraphical and palaeogeographical significance.

Geological Magazine, 152(2):358-366

 

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Congrats to another Nigel Hughes grad student! This impressive thesis was just published online:

 

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Collette, Joseph Henry (2014)

A Bridge Too Many? Phylogeny and Biogeography of the Upper Cambrian Saukiid Trilobites.

PhD Thesis, University of California, Riverside, 286 pp.

 

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Two more outstanding papers just published online:
 

Corbacho, J., Morrison, S., & Abdellah, A.A. (2014)
Dionide carlottae: Una nueva especie de Dionididae (Trilobita) del Ordovícico superior de Marruecos.
Museu Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 21:13-21
 
 
Corbacho, J., & Calzada, S. (2014)
Posible dimorfismo sexual en Trilobites del Ordovícico inferior.
Museu Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 21:22-36
 
 
 
 

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Monday is always better with a brand new trilobite paper! :popcorn:

 

 

Singh, B.P., Virmani, N., Bhargava, O.N., Kishore, N., & Gill, A. (2014)

Yuehsienszella (Cambrian Series 2) trilobite from the Parahio Valley, Spiti Region (Zanskar-Spiti Sub-Basin), India and its biostratigraphic significance.

Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India, 59(1):81-88

 

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I'd rather have trilobites instead of turkey any day! :o:P

 

 

Tormo, N., Cerrato, J.F., & Cohen, H. (2014)

L’Ordovicien inférieur de la Nappe de Mélagues autour d’Arnac et de Canac (versant nord de la Montagne noire, France).
Les Carnets natures, 1:5-12
 
 
 
 

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Here's an excellent new paper on trilobite ontogeny. Enjoy!

 

 

Shen, C., Clarkson, E.N.K, Yang, J., Lan, T., Hou, J.B., & Zhang, X.G. (2014)

Development and trunk segmentation of early instars of a ptychopariid trilobite from Cambrian Stage 5 of China.

Nature: Scientific Reports, 4(6970):1-11

 

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It's been 7 long years since the Oklahoma Geological Survey published a trilobite bulletin.

This 125 page instant classic certainly makes up for lost time. Enjoy! :fistbump:

 

Amati, L. (2014)

Isoteline trilobites of the Viola Group (Ordovician: Oklahoma): Systematics and Stratigraphic Occurrence.

Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulletin, 151:1-125

 

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Today we get another new paper on Oklahoma Ordovician trilobites:

 

 

Carlucci, J. R., & Westrop, S. R. (2014).

Trilobite biofacies and sequence stratigraphy: an example from the Upper Ordovician of Oklahoma.

Lethaia, 48(3):309-325

 

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How about a new trilobite paper from Richard Fortey? Enjoy!! :fistbump:

 

Fortey, R.A., & Heward, A.P. (2015)

A new, morphologically diverse Permian trilobite fauna from Oman.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 60(1):201-216
 
 
 
 

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Today we get another outstanding new trilobite paper:

 

 

Weidner, T., Rushton, A.W.A., & Ebbestad, J.O.R. (2014)
A paradoxidid–agnostoid fauna from the mid-Cambrian (Stage 5) of the Caledonian Lower Allochthon on Tåsjöberget, Ångermanland, Sweden.
GFF, 136(4):513-530
 
 
 
 

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Here's a recent paper on a new discovery of some Silurian trilobites from the Czech Rebublic:

 

 

Václav Vokáč, František Hartl, & Miroslav Pavlovič (2014)

Trilobite assemblage Encrinuraspis-Eophacops (Kopanina Formation, Gorstian, Silurian) from a
temporary excavation in the village Zmrzlík near Zadní Kopanina (Prague Basin, Czech Republic).

Erica, Plzeň, Czech Republic, 21:171-185

 

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Hi Scott,

Thanks for posting these links, it's much appreciated. :)

My antivirus program identifies the link for the Vokac paper as dangerous, and blocks it. I assume this has something to do with a lack of some "credential" verification. I can override the block, but that could expose the university network to attack if the link is indeed dangerous. Can you vouch for it?

Also just a FYI, the Weidner paper is in a Taylor and Francis journal and so (as is typical of them) it is behind a paywall, not open access. I was able to retrieve it at my office on campus, but not from home, so I suppose most Forum members will not be able to pull up the full paper.

Don

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On 1/12/2015 at 7:42 AM, FossilDAWG said:

Hi Scott,

Thanks for posting these links, it's much appreciated. :)

My antivirus program identifies the link for the Vokac paper as dangerous, and blocks it. I assume this has something to do with a lack of some "credential" verification. I can override the block, but that could expose the university network to attack if the link is indeed dangerous. Can you vouch for it?

Also just a FYI, the Weidner paper is in a Taylor and Francis journal and so (as is typical of them) it is behind a paywall, not open access. I was able to retrieve it at my office on campus, but not from home, so I suppose most Forum members will not be able to pull up the full paper.

Don

 

 

I'm using Google Chrome with Norton Antivirus without any problems on the Vokáč paper.

I just updated the link on the other paper and it also appears to be working without issues.

Thanks for the info!

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Today we get this excellent paper discussing the challenging systematics of Kettneraspis and Leonaspis:

 

Van Viersen, A.P., & Heising, H. (2015)
Description of Kettneraspis? prescheri sp. nov. (Trilobita, Odontopleuridae) from the “couche rouge” (Pragian, Lower Devonian) in Morocco.
Geologica Belgica, 18(1):15-20
 
 
 

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Let's start the week off with another excellent paper on trilobite eyes:

 

 

Schoenemann, B., & Clarkson, E.N.K. (2015)

Eyes and vision in the coeval Furongian trilobites Sphaerophthalmus alatus (Boeck, 1938) and Ctenopyge (Mesoctenopyge) tumida Westergård, 1922, from Bornholm, Denmark.

Palaeontology, 58(1):133-140

 

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Today we get this excellent new paper:

 

 

Smith, P.M., Paterson, J.R., & Brock, G.A. (2015)

Trilobites from the Giles Creek Dolostone (Cambrian Series 3, Stage 5; Templetonian) Amadeus Basin, central Australia.

Papers in Palaeontology, 1(2):167-200

 

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Here's a recent paper on some Mississippian trilobites from the Czech Republic:

 

 

Rak, Štěpán, Viktorýn, Tomáš, & Otava, Jiří (2014)

Revison of an atheloptic Visean trilobite association in the Moravian Karst (Czech Republic).

Geologica Carpathica, 65(6):411-417

 

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Here's an excellent new trilobite paper from the Czech Geological Survey:

 

 

Morzadec, P., Mergl, M., Villarroel, C., Janvier, P., & Racheboeuf, P.R. (2015)

Trilobites and inarticulate brachiopods from the Devonian Floresta Formation of Colombia: a review.
Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 90(2):331-358
 
 
 
 

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Today we get this excellent new paper. It's written in Spanish with an abridged English version:
 
 
Bordonaro, O.L. (2014)
Nuevos datos sobre Athabaskia anax (Walcott, 1916) (Trilobita, Corynexochida) del Cámbrico Medio de la Precordillera de Mendoza, Argentina.
New data for Athabaskia anax (Walcott, 1916) (Trilobita, Corynexochida) from the Middle Cambrian of the Precordillera of Mendoza, Argentina.
Boletín Geológico y Minero, 125(4):561-571
 
 
 
 

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thanks Scott :)

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Thanks Carmine, there were actually 2 new trilobite papers today!
 
Torney, Clare (2015)
Looking through a crystal ball: unravelling the wonders of trilobite eyes.
Deposits Magazine, United Kingdom, UKGE Publishing, 41:38-42
 
 
 

Żylińska, A., Weidner, T., Ahlgren, J., & Ahlberg, P. (2015)

Exotic trilobites from the uppermost Cambrian Series 3 and lower Furongian of Sweden.

Acta Geologica Polonica, 65(1):21-67

 

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Let's start the week with an excellent new trilobite paper! :fistbump:

 

Weidner, T., & Nielsen, A.T. (2015)
Agraulos longicephalus and Proampyx? depressus (Trilobita) from the Middle Cambrian of Bornholm, Denmark.
Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 63:1-11
 
 
 
 

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Today we get this spectacular new trilobite paper:
 
 
Swisher, R.E., Westrop, S.R., & Amati, L. (2015)
The Upper Ordovician trilobite Raymondites Sinclair, 1944 in North America.
Journal of Paleontology, 89(1):110-134
 
 
 
 

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Today we get another excellent paper from Sweden! :fistbump:

 

Weidner, T., & Nielsen, A.T. (2015)
Tomagnostus sibiricus Pokrovskaya & Egorova, 1972 (Trilobita) from the Middle Cambrian Exsulans Limestone of Scania, Sweden.
GFF, 137(1):9-19
 
 
 
 

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Today we get this great paper on Lotagnostus americanus from China:

 

 

Peng S.C., Babcock, L.E., Zhu X.J., Ahlberg, P., Terfelt, F., & Dai, T. (2015)
Intraspecific variation and taphonomic alteration in the Cambrian (Furongian) agnostoid Lotagnostus americanus: new information from China.
Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 90(2):281-306
 
 
 

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