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Open Access Trilobite Papers 2013-2017

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This new paper has a few Silurian trilobites from China:

 

 

Zong, R., Gong, Y., & Han, F. (2015)

Discovery of Silurian fossils and its geological significance in eastern Emin, Xinjiang of NW China.

Earth Science - Journal of China University of Geoscience, 40(3):563-572

 

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Hi,

Oh ! I obtain a dark page ! :(

Thanks for all the PDF links you give us here !

Coco

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A big congrats to another Steve Westrop grad student. This 320 page thesis is an instant classic filled with many spectacular photo plates.

 

Enjoy! :popcorn:

 

Swisher, Robert (2015)

Trilobite faunas, sedimentary facies and sequence stratigraphy of the upper Ordovician (Sandbian-Katian) succession of Missouri.
University of Oklahoma Graduate College, PhD Thesis, 320 pp.
 
 
 
 

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Here's a recent paper with many interesting Ordovician trilobites from Iran:

 

 

Zadeh, M.R.K.E., Pour, M.G., Popov, L.E., Baars, C., & Jahangir, H. (2015)

First record of the Ordovician fauna in Mila-Kuh, eastern Alborz, northern Iran.

Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 64(2):121-139

 

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Here's an excellent new trilobite paper to start the week: :fistbump:

 

Pereira, S., Marques Da Silva, C., Pires, M., & Sá, A.A. (2015)
The oldest brachymetopid trilobite record from the European peri-Gondwana.
Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 90(3):543-553
 
 
 
 

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no access it says unable to download :(

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On 6/9/2015 at 3:06 PM, piranha said:

Here's an excellent new paper highlighting the growth stages of Ellipsocephalus:

Laibl, L., Fatka, O., Budil, P., Ahlberg, P., Szabad, M., Vokáč, V., & Kozák, V. (2015)

The ontogeny of Ellipsocephalus (Trilobita) and systematic position of Ellipsocephalidae.

Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology, pp. 1-11 (ahead of print publication)

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On 6/9/2015 at 3:14 PM, drhemlock said:

no access it says unable to download :(

doc

 
 
Doc,
Try it again, I just updated the link and it appears to be working fine. Please send me a PM if you still can't download it. :fistbump:

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Here's a recent thesis from a grad student of Catherine Crônier:

 

 

Hainaut, Gauthier (2015)

Study of the Taxonomy and the Inter and Intra Specific Variability of Phacopidae from the Lower Devonian of Algeria: Morphometric Approach and Meaning.

Master Thesis in Earth Science, Department of Earth Sciences, Uppsala University, pp. 1-52

 

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Here's an excellent new paper from Raimund Feist and Brian Chatterton:

 

Feist, R., & Chatterton, B.D.E (2015)

Kolihapeltine trilobites, the spiniest scutelluids from the eastern Anti‐Atlas (Morocco, Early Devonian): evolution, environment and classification.

Papers in Palaeontology, 1(3):255-287

 

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Here's an excellent new paper from Raimund Feist and Brian Chatterton:

Feist, R., & Chatterton, B.D.E (2015)

Kolihapeltine trilobites, the spiniest scutelluids from the eastern Anti‐Atlas (Morocco, Early Devonian): evolution, environment and classification.

Papers in Palaeontology, pp. 1-33 (ahead of print publication)

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Enjoy! :popcorn:

Ooooooo. I was hoping you'd get this one. :D

Thank You!

Edited by Shamalama

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Here's an excellent new trilobite paper to start the week: :fistbump:

Pereira, S., Marques Da Silva, C., Pires, M., & Sá, A.A. (2015)
The oldest brachymetopid trilobite record from the European peri-Gondwana.
Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, (ahead of print publication)

thanks Scott! :)

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The eyes have it... emo71.gif:P

 

 

Tanaka, G., Schoenemann, B., El Hariri, K., Ono, T., Clarkson, E.N.K., Maeda, H. (2015)

Vision in a Middle Ordovician Trilobite Eye.

Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 433:129-139

 

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Hi,

I subscribed several months ago to ResearchGate, but I can't log today... I believe that they made "cleaning" in the subscribers, I wanted to register another time today and they want absolutely an email from à scientific institution. Thus I can't join any more on this site... It' a pity because I followed regularly the publications of a French author in particular.

Coco

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Hi Coco. That's strange, since I'm still in there although I'm not a professional. Maybe they expect you to upload publications or participate otherwise actively, otherwise your rating might not meet their standards and they cut you off.

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I've written a mistake... I am not a member but no-members can read and record publications. But for this one, I think we can't register it on our hard disk because we have to buy it... Am I right this time ? :)

Coco

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On 6/20/2015 at 1:29 PM, Coco said:

I've written a mistake... I am not a member but no-members can read and record publications. But for this one, I think we can't register it on our hard disk because we have to buy it... Am I right this time ? :)

Coco

 

 

Coco,

Unfortunately, there have been quite a few papers you haven't been able to download.

As before, please send a PM and I'll be happy to send any papers posted in this thread.

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Today we get two excellent trilobite papers:

 

 

Arcerito, F.R.M., Waisfeld, B.G., & Balseiro, D. (2015)
Diversification of Asaphellus Callaway, 1877 (Asaphidae: Trilobita) during the Tremadocian in South West Gondwana (Cordillera Oriental, Argentina).
Geodiversitas, 37(2):131-150
 
 
Ameri, H., & Zamani, F. (2015)
Biostratigraphy of the Peri-Gondwana Cambrian trilobite fauna (northern Kerman, Iran) and correlation with other countries.
Historical Biology, 28(3):331-346
 
 
 
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Today we get this excellent new paper with some Cambrian trilobites from the Czech Republic:

 

 
Fatka, O., Budil, P., Crônier, C., Cuvelier, J., Laibl, L., Oudoire, T., Polechová, M., & Fatková, L. (2015)
Cambrian fossils from the Barrandian area (Czech Republic) housed in the Musée d'Histoire Naturelle de Lille.
Carnets de Geologie-Notebooks on Geology, 15(9):89-101
 
 
 
 

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Here are two excellent new papers on Norwegian trilobites:

 

 

Rasmussen, B.W., Nielsen, A.T., & Schovsbo, N.H. (2015)

Faunal succession in the upper Cambrian (Furongian) Leptoplastus Superzone at Slemmestad, southern Norway.

Norwegian Journal of Geology / Norsk Geologisk Forening, 95(1):1-22

 

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Høyberget, M., Ebbestad, J.O.R., Funke, B., & Nakrem, H.A. (2015)
The shelly fauna and biostratigraphy of the lower Cambrian (provisional series 2, stage 4) Evjevik Member, Ringstrand Formation in the Mjøsa area, Norway.
Norwegian Journal of Geology / Norsk Geologisk Forening, 95(1):23-56
 
 
 
 

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Sott, we have to be a member to be able to obtain it... :(

Coco

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Here's a recent paper on the phylogeny of the Proetida:
 

 

Lamsdell, J.C., & Selden, P.A. (2015)
Phylogenetic support for the monophyly of proetide trilobites.
Lethaia, 48:375-386
 
 
 
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Here's two new papers from the Natural History Museum of the Czech Republic.
The hyolith paper has a spectacular association of Pauxillites and an Asaphellus.
Enjoy! :fistbump:
 
 
Valent M., & Corbacho, J. (2015)
Pauxillites thaddei a new lower Ordovician hyolith from Morocco.
Sborník Národního muzea v Praze, řada B - Přírodní vědy, 71(1-2):51-54
 
 
 
Fatka O., Knížek F., & Kozák V. (2015)
Condylopyge HAWLE et CORDA, 1847 in the Příbram-Jince Basin (Barrandian area, the Czech Republic, Agnostida).
Sborník Národního muzea v Praze, řada B - Přírodní vědy, 71(1-2):103-109
 
 
 
 

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Two more excellent trilobite papers:
 

 

Hong, P.S., & Choi, D.K. (2015)
Cambrian series 3 agnostoid trilobites Ptychagnostus sinicus and Ptychagnostus atavus from the Machari Formation, Yeongwol Group, Taebaeksan Basin, Korea.
Journal of Paleontology, 89(3):377-384
 
 

Fatka, O., Budil, P., & Grigar, L. (2015)
A unique case of healed injury in a Cambrian trilobite.
Annales de Paléontologie, 101(4);295-299
 

 

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Today we get excellent new papers on Devonian trilobites from South America:

 

 

Carvalho, M.D.G.P., & Oliveira Ponciano, L.C.M. (2015)

The Devonian trilobites of Brazil: A summary.

Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 64:217-228

 

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Carvalho, M.D.G.P., & Oliveira Ponciano, L.C.M. (2015)

Devonian trilobites from the Amazonas Basin: systematic diversity, taphonomy, and biogeographic significance.
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Ciências Naturais, 10(1):37-48
 
 
 
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Much thanks for these.

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