AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
Anonymous1987Ancient frog reappears in a blaze of amber
Anonymous1987Ancient frog reappears in a blaze of amber
Anonymous1990Iberian Neogene basins
Anonymous1991Recovery of fossil insects from calico nodules
Anonymous1996Megalodontidae Konow, 1897 (Insecta, Hymenoptera): spelling emended to Megalodontesidae, so removing the homonymy with Megalodontidae Morris & Lycett, 1853 (Mollusca, Bivalvia)
Anonymous1997Geographic occurrence of amber
Anonymous1997L’ambre, géologie, minéralogie, paléontologie
Anonymous1997"No Go" fro Jurassic Park-Style Dinos
Anonymous1998Actes de la 4ème Conférence Internationale Francophone d’Entomologie. Saint-Malo, 5-9 juillet 1998
Anonymous1998Découverte géologique du Lubéron
Anonymous1999Flowers and insects evolution
Anonymous1999Proceedings: Sixth International Symposium on Thysanoptera, Akdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey, 27 April-1 May, 1998
Anonymous2001Ancient insect-plant relationship persists through time. Internet. Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History : 6 pp
Anonymous2002Forschunsergebnisse von der Fossilfundstätte Eckfelder Maar (Mittel-Eozän), SW-Eifel/Rheinland-Pfalz (Übersicht IV - Stand: 01. Oktober 2002)
Anonymous2002Liste des Membres de la Société Entomologique de France
Anonymous2007Abstracts of the 139th annual meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, Kansas, April 13-14
Anonymous2007Amber 2000 research project. Penacerrada amber deposit: geological context
Anonymous2010Plant-arthropod interactions in the fossil record: presence and implications
Anonymous2010Discussion of ‘The Waipounamu Erosion Surface: questioning the antiquity of the New Zealand land surface and terrestrial fauna and flora’
Anonymous2011World heritage nomination - iucn summary Messel pit fossil site (Germany)
Anonymous2013Strepsipteran genome brings us a step closer to solving an entomological enigma
AnonymousSubmittedFossil Insect Research Group for Nojiri ko Excavation and Akagi, S. 1986. Late Miocene to Pliocene insect fossils from the Hogi Lignite Formation of Ketaka-cho, Tottori Prefecture, Japan (1)
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith