AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
J. A. Dunlop1993Palaeocharinids, the ancestors of spiders?
J. A. Dunlop1993A review of fossil mygalomorphs
J. A. Dunlop1994The palaeobiology of the Writhlington trigonotarbid arachnid
J. A. Dunlop1994An Upper Carboniferous amblypygid from the Writhlington Geological Nature Reserve
J. A. Dunlop1995Redescrition of the Pennsylvanian trigonotarbid arachnid Lisomartus Petrunkevitch, 1949 from Mazon Creek, Illinois
J. A. Dunlop1996A redescription of the trigonotarbid arachnid Pocodonia whitei (Ewing, 1930)
J. A. Dunlop1996Arácnidos fósiles (con exclusión de arañas y escorpiones)
L. I. Anderson, Dunlop, J. A., Horrocks, C. A., Winkelmann, H. M., Eagar, K. M. C.1997Exceptionally preserved fossils from Bickershaw, Lancashire, U.K
J. A. Dunlop, Poschmann M.1997On the Emsian (Lower Devonian) arthropods of the Rhenish Schiefergebirge: 1. Xenarachne, an enigmatic arachnid from Willwerath, Germany.
J. A. Dunlop, Giribet G.2003The first fossil cyphophthalmid (Arachnida, Opiliones) from Bitterfeld amber, Germany
J. A. Dunlop, Rössler R.2003An enigmatic, solifuge-like fossil arachnid from the Lower Carboniferous of Kamienna Gora (Intra-Sudetic Basin), Poland
J. A. Dunlop2004A spiny harvestman (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Upper Carboniferous of Missouri, USA
J. A. Dunlop, Anderson, L. I., Braddy, S. J.2004A redescription of Chasmataspis laurencii Caster & Brooks, 1956 (Chelicerata: Chasmataspidida) from the Middle Ordovician of Tennessee, USA, with remarks on chasmataspid phylogeny
J. A. Dunlop, Anderson, L. I., Kerp, H., Hass, H.2004A harvestman (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Early Devonian Rhynie cherts, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
J. A. Dunlop, Selden P. A.2004A trigonotarbid arachnid from the Lower Devonian of Tredomen, Wales
J. A. Dunlop, Anderson L. I.2005A fossil harvestman (Arachnida, Opiliones) from the Misissippian of East Kirkton, Scotland
J. A. Dunlop, Barov V.2005A new fossil whip spider (Arachnida: Amblypygi) from the Crato Formation of Brazil
G. Giribet, Dunlop J. A.2005First identifiable Mesozoic harvestman (Opiliones: Dyspnoi) from Cretaceous Burmese amber
M. Poschmann, Anderson, L. I., Dunlop, J. A.2005Chelicerate arthropods, including the oldest phalangiotarbid arachnid, from the Early Devonian (Siegenian) of the Rhenish Massif, Germany
D. Ubick, Dunlop J. A.2005On the placement of the Baltic amber harvestman Gonyleptes nemastomoides Koch & Berendt, 1854, with notes on the phylogeny of Cladonychiidae (Opiliones, Laniatores, Travunioidea)
J. A. Dunlop2006Baltic amber harvestman types (Arachnida: Opiliones: Eupnoi and Dyspnoi)
J. A. Dunlop2006European Arachnology 2005
J. A. Dunlop, Fayers, S. R., Hass, H., Kerp, H.2006A new arthropod from the early Devonian Rhynie chert, Aberdeenshire (Scotland), with a remarkable filtering device in the mouthparts
J. A. Dunlop2007A large parasitengonid mite (Acari, Erythraeoidea) from the early Cretaceous Crato Formation of Brazil
J. A. Dunlop, Kamenz, C., Scholtz, G.2007Reinterpreting the morphology of the Jurassic scorpion Liassoscorpionides
J. A. Dunlop, Brauckmann, C., Steur, H.2008A Late Carboniferous fossil scorpion from the Piesberg, near Osnabrück, Germany
Dunlop, J. A., Penney, D., Jekel, D.2008A summary list of fossil spiders. pp. 1-261
J. A. Dunlop, Penney, D., Tetlic, O. E., Anderson, L. I.2008How many species of fossil arachnids are there?
J. A. Dunlop, Tetlie, O. E., Prendini, L.2008Reinterpretation of the Silurian scorpion Proscorpius osborni (Whitfield): integrating data from Palaeozoic and Recent scorpions
M. Poschmann, Dunlop, J. A., Kamenz, C., Scholtz, G.2008The Lower Devonian scorpion Waeringoscorpio and the respiratory nature of its filamentous structures, with the description of a new species from the Westerwald area, Germany
O. E. Tetlie, Dunlop J. A.2008Geralinura carbonaria (Arachnida; Uropygi) from Mazon Creek, Illinois, USA, and the origin of subchelate pedipalps in whip scorpions
J. A. Dunlop, Jekel D.2009The oldest available fossil arachnid name
J. A. Dunlop, Kamenz, C., Talarico, G.2009A fossil trigonotarbid arachnid with a ricinuleid-like pedipalpal claw
J. A. Dunlop, Mitov P. G.2009Fossil harvestmen (Arachnida, Opiliones) from Bitterfeld amber
J. A. Dunlop, Selden P. A.2009Calibrating the chelicerate clock: a paleontological reply to Jeyaprakash and Hoy
R. J. Garwood, Dunlop, J. A., Sutton, M. D.2009High-fidelity X-ray micro-tomography reconstruction of siderite-hosted Carboniferous arachnids
D. Harms, Dunlop J. A.2009A revision of the fossil pirate spiders (Arachnida: Araneae: Mimetidae)
D. - Y. Huang, Selden, P. A., Dunlop, J. A.2009Harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Middle Jurassic of China
J. A. Dunlop2010The enigmatic Pennsylvanian arachnids Areomartus ovatus and Vratislavia silesica (Trigonotarbida)
J. A. Dunlop2010Geological history and phylogeny of Chelicerata
J. A. Dunlop, Mammitzsch L.2010A new genus and species of harvestman from Baltic amber
Dunlop, J. A., Penney, D., Jekel, D.2010The world spider catalog, version 11.0. American Museum of Natural History
J. A. Dunlop, Sempf, C., Wunderlich, J.2010A new opilioacarid mite in Baltic amber
R. J. Garwood, Dunlop J. A.2010Fossils explained: trigonotarbids
M. Poschmann, Dunlop J. A.2010Trigonotarbid arachnids from the Lower Devonian (Lower Emsian) of Alken an der Mosel (Rhineland-Palatinate, SW Germany)
J. A. Dunlop2011The fate and status of the supposed fossil tick Ixodes tertiarius Scudder, 1885
J. A. Dunlop, Bertrand M.2011Fossil labidostomatid mites (Prostigmata: Labidostommatidae) from Baltic amber
J. A. Dunlop, Braddy S. J.2011Cteniza bavincourti and the nomenclature of arachnid-related trace fossils
J. A. Dunlop, Mitov P.2011The first fossil cyphophthalmid harvestman from Baltic amber
J. A. Dunlop, Penney, D., Dalüge, N., Jäger, P., McNeil, A., Bradley, R. S., Withers, P. J., Preziosi, R. F.2011Computed tomography recovers data from historical amber: an example from huntsman spiders.


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