Literature

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J. F. Zhang, S. Zhang, L. D., Shangguan, Y.1986[Fossil insects (Diptera: Nematocera) of Laiyang basin in Shandong province.]
J. F. Zhang, Zhang, S., Hou, F., Ma, G.1989[Late Jurassic aphids (Homoptera, Insecta) from Shandong province, China.]
J. F. Zhang, Zhang X.1990New genus and new species of sawflies (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae) in Miocene from Shanwang, China
H. C. Zhang, Zhang J. F.2000[A new genus and two new species of Hymenoptera (Insecta) from the Upper Jurassic Yixian formation of Beipiao, Western Liaoning.]
H. C. Zhang, Zhang J. F.2000[Discovery of Praeaulacidae (Insecta: Hymenoptera) in China and its significance.]
H. C. Zhang, Zhang J. F.2001Prototrupoid wasps (Insecta, Hymenoptera) from the Yixian formation of western Liaoning province
H. C. Zhang, Zhang J. F.2001Wasps from the Yixian formation of Beipiao, Western Liaoning, China
J. F. Zhang, Zhang H. C.2003Insects and spiders. pp. 59-67. In: Chang, Mee-mann, Chen, Pei-ji, Wang, Yuan-qing, Wang, Yuang and Miao, De-sui (eds). The Jehol biota. The emergence of feathered dinosaurs, beaked birds and flowering plants
J. F. Zhang, Zhang H. C.2003Two new species of archisargids (Insecta: Diptera: Archisargidae) from the Upper Jurassic Daohugou Formation (Inner Mongolia, Northeastern China)
J. F. Zhang, Zhang H. C.SubmittedKalligramma archegonium nov. sp., the oldest and second largest fossil species of the family Kalligrammatidae (Insecta, Neuroptera) from Middle-Upper Jurassic of Northeastern China
H. C. Zhang, Wang, Q. F., Zhang, J. F.2003Some Jurassic homopteran insects from the Junggar Basin, Xinjiang, China
J. F. Zhang, Wang, X., Xu, G.1992A new genus and two new species of fossil Staphylinidae (Coleoptera) from Laiyang, Shandong Province, China
J. F. Zhang, Sun, B., Zhang, X.1994[Miocene insects and spiders from Shanwang, Shandong.]
J. F. Zhang, Rasnitsyn A. P.2006New extinct taxa of Pelecinidae sensu lato (Hymenoptera: Proctotrupoidea) in the Laiyang Formation, Shandong, China
J. F. Zhang1986[Some fossil insects from the Jurassic of Northern Hebei, China.] 74-84
J. F. Zhang1986[Luanpingitidae - a new fossil insect family.]
J. F. Zhang1986[Sinephialtites: a new genus of insecta Ephialtitidae of the Mid Jurassic of China.]
J. F. Zhang1987[Four new genera of Platypezidae (Diptera).]
J. F. Zhang1988On Chironomaptera Ping 1928 (Diptera, Insecta), from Late Mesozoic of East Asia
J. F. Zhang1989[A discussion on genus Chironomaptera Ping (Diptera, Insecta).]
J. F. Zhang1989Miocene insects from Shanwang of Shandong, China and their bearing on palaeoenvironment
J. F. Zhang1990New fossil species of Apoidea (Insecta: Hymenoptera)
J. F. Zhang1991[A new species of Tanychora Townes (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae).]
J. F. Zhang1992Two new genera and species of Heloridae (Hymenoptera) from late Mesozoic of China
J. F. Zhang1993[A contribution to the knowledge of insects from the Late Mesozoic in the Shaanxi and Henan provinces, China.]
J. F. Zhang1999[Restudies in aeschnidiids (Odonata, Insecta).]
J. F. Zhang2000[On discussion of fossil aphids within «Jehol Biota», China.]
J. F. Zhang2002Discovery of Daohugou biota (pre-Jehol biota) with a discussion on its geological age
J. F. Zhang2002The most primitive earwigs (Archidermaptera, Dermaptera, Insecta) from Jurassic of Nei Monggol region, northeastern China
J. F. Zhang2003Kalligrammatid lacewings from the Upper Jurassic Daohugou Formation in Inner Mongolia, China
J. F. Zhang2004Nematoceran dipterans from the Jurassic of China (Insecta, Diptera: Limoniidae, Tanyderidae)
J. F. Zhang2006New development in studying the Jurassic genera: Mesobaetis Brauer et al., 1889 and Mesoneta Brauer et al., 1889 (Insecta: Ephemeroptera)
J. F. Zhang2013Snipe flies (Diptera: Rhagionidae) from the Daohugou Formation (Jurassic), Inner Mongolia, and the systematic position of related records in China
M. Z. Cao, Lin, Q. B., Chen, J. H., Zhang, J. F.1986"Jehol" fauna discovered from Henan
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