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J. Ansorge, Krzemiński, R., Krzemiński, W.1995Revision of Mesorhyphus HANDLIRSCH, Eoplecia HANDLIRSCH and Heterorhyphus BODE (Diptera: Anisopodomorpha, Bibionomorpha) from the Upper Liassic of Germany
J. Ansorge, Krzemiński W.2002Lower Jurassic Tanyderids (Diptera: Tanyderidae) from Germany
J. Ansorge, Krzemiński W.1994Oligophrynidae, a Lower Jurassic dipteran family (Diptera, Brachycera)
A. Arillo, Krzemiński W.2008A new species, Symplecta (Psiloconopa) penalveri n. sp. (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Miocene of Spain
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)
K. Kopeć, Krzemiński, W., Gehler, A., Soszyńska-Maj, A.2016Diptera and Mecoptera from a little known locality in Germany (Jurassic, Lower Toarcian)
2001Fossil Insects
E. Krzemińska, Krzemiński W.1992Les Fantomes de L'ambre. insectes fossiles dans l'ambre de la Baltique
E. Krzemińska, Krzemiński, W., Tippeltová, Z., Prokop, J.2016New immatures of Palaeodictyoptera from the Late Carboniferous of Poland
W. Krzemiński2005Bittacidae (Mecoptera) from the Baltic amber revised (Upper Eocene)
W. Krzemiński, Evenhuis N. L.2000Review of Diptera palaeontological records
W. Krzemiński, Krzemińska E.2005The oldest Diptera and their importance to the phylogeny of the order
W. Krzemiński, Krzemińska E.2003Triassic Diptera: descriptions, revisions and phylogenetic relations
W. Krzemiński, Soszyńska-Maj, A., Kopeć, K.2016The significance of fossil material in understanding the homology of Mecoptera wing venation
Krzemiński, W., Evenhuis N. L.20001.14. Review of Diptera palaeontological records
Krzemiński, W., Judd D. D.19972.14. Family Tanyderidae
A. Soszyńska-Maj, Krzemiński, W., Kopeć, K.2016What “Orthophlebiidae” really means: preliminary results of a revision of the family Orthophlebiidae (Insecta: Mecoptera)
R. Szadziewski, Krzemiński, W., Kutscher, M.1994A new species of Corethrella (Diptera, Corethrellidae) from Miocene Saxonian amber
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