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B. Adroit, Girard, V., Terral, J. - F., Wappler, T.2016Plant–insect interaction at Willershausen (~3 Ma, Germany): insights into the structuration of an important late European palaeoecosystem
S. R. Anderson2016Application of EDXRF to directly measure vertebrate blood (via iron in heme from haemoglobin or haemoglobin-derived porphyrins) in two engorged ticks (Acari: Ixodida) in 100-million-year-old Burmese amber
A. Arillo, Delclós, X., Sánchez-García, A., Peris, D., de la Fuente, R. Pérez-, PeÑAlver, E.2016Arthropod haematophagy and vertebrate remains in Cretaceous Spanish amber
D. Azar2016State of the art and latest news on Lebanese amber
D. Azar2016The International Palaeoentomological Society: finally, we exist!
V. Baranov, Stebner, F., WANG, B. O., SINGH, H. U. K. A. M., Andersen, T.2016Non-biting midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in Eocene ambers from East and South Asia
P. Barden, Ware, J., Grimaldi, D.2016The ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) of early Eocene Indian amber
N. Barling, Martill, D. M., Heads, S. W.2016Fidelity of preservation of fossil insects from the Lower Cretaceous Crato Formation of Brazil: truly exceptional preservation
P. Barna2016Blattaria of the Green River Formation
A. S. Bashkuev2016Insights into the origin and evolution of the long-proboscid scorpionfly family Aneuretopsychidae (Mecoptera) based on new Mesozoic and Palaeozoic records
R. Beattie, Frese, M., Oberprieler, S., Oberprieler, R.2016New insects from the Jurassic Talbragar Fish Bed, Australia
A. Belahmira, SCHNEIDER, J. Ö. R. G. W., SABER, H. A. F. I. D., LAGNAOUI, A. B. D. E. L. O. U. A. H. E. D.2016Late Pennsylvanian dasyleptids (Insecta: Monura) of the Souss Basin (Morocco)
M. Bertini, Ball, A. D., Mellish, C., Shah, B., Pretzel, B., Burgio, L., Goral, T., Sykes, D., Summerfield, R., Steart, D., Blagoderov, V. A., Garwood, R. J., Spencer, A. R. T., Penney, D., Ross, A.2016Is amber altered by microCT or confocal microscopy studies? A preliminary assessment using optical microscopy, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy
A. Borkent2016Fossil Ceratopogonidae (Diptera): best understood family of fossil insects
P. Broly, Maillet, S., Ross, A. J.2016Terrestrial isopods: progress in their fossil record
A. Brysz, Szwedo J.2016Wax and wane of Baltic amber Achilidae (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha)
O. Béthoux, Cui, Y., Gu, J. - J., Yang, Q., Robin, N., Sidorchuk, E., Du, S., Trümper, S., SCHNEIDER, J. Ö. R. G. W., Li, Y., GUERIAU, P., Ren, D.2016Xiaheyan, the 2016 update
J. - M. Chassot, Garrouste, R. E., Boistel, R., Nel, P., Nel, A., Azar, D.2016A new 3D imaging method for micropaleontology in ambers and entomology using basic light source: the Optical Coherence Tomography (FF-OCT)
J. Chen, WANG, B. O., Zhang, H.2016Cercopoidea (Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha) from the Cretaceous of China and Myanmar
N. D. L. Clark, Gillespie, R., Morris, S. F., Clayton, G., Ross, A. J.2016A new Courceyan (Lower Carboniferous) eumalacostracan crustacean from the Forest of Dean
E. Clarkson2016Arthropod diversity and the fossil record
Y. Cui, Kondratieff, B., D’HAESE, C. Y. R. I. L. L. E. A., Shih, C., Ren, D., Laurin, M., Béthoux, O.2016New palaeobiogeographical investigations on stoneflies (Plecoptera)
M. Dehon, Michez D.2016Geometric morphometrics of bee fossils (Hymenoptera: Anthophila) wing shape provide insights to bee evolution
M. P. Donovan, Iglesias, A., Wilf, P., N. Cúneo, R., Labandeira, C. C.2016Rapid recovery of plant–insect associations in Patagonia after the Cretaceous–Paleogene mass extinction
M. R. Downen, Selden P. A.2016Fossil spiders and ancient salt lakes
G. D. Edgecombe2016Amber centipedes and their bearing on dating chilopod divergences
N. C. Fraser2016The exceptional Late Triassic (Norian) assemblage from Solite Quarry, Virginia, USA
D. A. L. E. GREENWALT2016Taphonomic studies of fossil insects from the new Kishenehn Formation Konservat-Lagerstätte
P. GUERIAU2016Crustaceans in Late Devonian continental ecosystems: insights from the Strud locality, Belgium
A. Herczek, Popov Y.2016Review of the peculiar subfamily Psallopinae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera; Miridae)
C. Hoffeins, Sinclair B. J.2016Bizarre dancing flies – the genus Ragas (Diptera: Empididae) in Eocene Baltic amber
E. A. Jarzembowski2016What everyone should know about British fossil insects
J. E. Jepson, OHL M.2016Mantispidae (Neuroptera) and mantispid-like neuropterans from the Mesozoic
T. Jonsson, Montealegre-Z, F., Robson-Brown, K.2016Sounds from the past: from fossil to song in Ensifera
I. W. O. N. A. KANIA, Krzemiński, W., Arillo, A.2016First representative of the genus Helius Lepeletier & Serville, 1828 (Diptera: Limoniidae) from Cretaceous Álava amber (Spain)
U. Kaulfuss, Lee, D., SCHMIDT, A. L. E. X. A. N. D. E. R.2016New discoveries of Miocene arthropods from amber and diatomite deposits in New Zealand
R. S. Kelly, Ross, A. J., Engel, M. S.2016Earwigs (Dermaptera) from the Mesozoic of England and Australia, described from isolated elytra
A. Khramov2016Mesozoic evolution of green lacewings (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
A. G. Kirejtshuk2016On the constancy of the subfamily Cupedinae (Coleoptera: Cupedidae) in time: explanation and significance
J. I. R. Í. KOLIBÁC2016A preliminary classification of the Mesozoic family Parandrexidae (Coleoptera)
K. Kopeć, Krzemiński, W., Gehler, A., Soszyńska-Maj, A.2016Diptera and Mecoptera from a little known locality in Germany (Jurassic, Lower Toarcian)
E. Krzemińska, Krzemiński, W., Tippeltová, Z., Prokop, J.2016New immatures of Palaeodictyoptera from the Late Carboniferous of Poland
W. Krzemiński, Soszyńska-Maj, A., Kopeć, K.2016The significance of fossil material in understanding the homology of Mecoptera wing venation
S. - W. Lee2016Mantodea and Blattaria (Insecta) from the Aptian Crato Formation, Northeast Brazil
L. Li, Shih, C., Ren, D.2016Systematics of Mesozoic Apocrita (Hymenoptera) from China
X. Lin, Shih, M. J. H., Labandeira, C. C., Ren, D.2016Phylogeny of Mesopsychidae (Mecoptera) and origin of the proboscis in early Mecoptera
S. Maksoud, Azar, D., Granier, B.2016New data on the age of the Lower Cretaceous amber of Lebanon
V. E. McCoy2016Evaluating the influence of resin chemistry on preservation in amber
W. MEY, Wichard, W., Ross, E., Ross, A. J.2016On the systematic position of a highly derived Amphiesmenoptera insect from Burmese amber (Insecta: Amphiesmenoptera)
A. Lena Moeller, Kaulfuss, U., Wappler, T.2016Insect herbivory on angiosperm leaves in Zealandia: evidence from the early Miocene Hindon Maar Fossil-Lagerstätte


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