Literature

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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)
R. E. Garrouste, Clément, G., Nel, P., Engel, M. S., Grandcolas, P., D'Haesse, C., Lagebro, L., Denayer, J., GUERIAU, P., Lafaite, P., Olive, S., Prestianni, C., Nel, A.2012A complete insect from the Late Devonian period
R. E. Garrouste, Nel, A., Nel, P.2011New Opportunities For Old Bugs : Fossil Insects in Amber and Compression Researches with the IPANEMA Beamlines and other SOLEIL Synchrotron facilities
J. F. Genise, Garrouste, R. E., Nel, P., Grandcolas, P., Maurizot, P., Cluzel, D., Cornette, R., Fabre, A. - C., Nel, A.2012Asthenopodichnium in fossil wood: Different trace makers as indicators of differentterrestrial palaeoenvironments
A. Nel, Roques, P., Nel, P., Prokop, J., J. Steyer, S.2007The earliest holometabolous insect from the Carboniferous: a “crucial” innovation with delayed success (Insecta Protomeropina Protomeropidae)
P. Nel, Azar, D., Nel, A.2007A new 'primitive' family of thrips from Early Cretaceous Lebanese amber (Insecta, Thysanoptera)
P. Nel, Schmidt, A. R., BÄSSLER, C. L. A. U. S., Nel, A.2012Fossil thrips of the family Uzelothripidae suggest 53 million years of morphological andecological stability
E. Petialver, Labandeira, C. C., BARRÓN, E., Delclós, X., Nel, P., Nel, A., Tafforeau, P., Soriano, C.2012Thrips pollination of Mesozoic gymnosperms
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