AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
A. G. Ponomarenko0Neuroptera from the Jurassic in Eastern Asia
A. V. Alexeev0Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous Buprestidae from Eurasia
E. P. Narchuk0A new fossil acrocerid fly from the Jurassic beds of Kazakhstan (Acroceridae)
D. E. N. B. R. O. K. Barbara, Meyer, C. A., Basil, T. H. U. R. I. N. G., Pascal, F. A. V. R. E.0Marine reptiles from the Middle Jurassic of Northwestern Switzerland
B. U. F. F. E. T. A. U. T. Eric, Naravudh, S. U. T. E. E. T. H. O. R., Haiyan, T. O. N. G., Adrijan, K. O. Š. I. R.0First dinosaur from the Shan-Thai Block of South-East Asia : a Jurassic sauropod from the southern peninsula of Thailand
C. A. N. U. D. O. José Ignacio, Luis, B. A. R. C. O. José, Ignacio, R. U. I. Z. - O. M. E. Ñ. A. C. A. José0A big theropod from the Jurassic-Cretaceous boundary (Tithonian-Berriasian, Villar del Arzobispo Formation) of Galve sub-basin (Teruel, Spain)
B. A. R. C. O. José Luis, Ignacio, C. A. N. U. D. O. José, CUENCA-BESCÓS, G., Ignacio, R. U. I. Z. O. M. E. Ñ. A. C. A. José0New sauropod remains from the Villar del Arzobispo Formation (Upper Jurassic- Lower Cretaceous transition) of Galve (Teruel, Spain)
C. A. Meyer, THuRING B.0The first dinosaur footprints from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian – Callovian) of the Middle Atlas mountains (Morocco)
S. U. T. E. E. T. H. O. R. N. Varavudh, Lionel, C. A. V. I. N., Eric, B. U. F. F. E. T. A. U. T., Komsorn, L. A. U. P. R. A. S. E. R. T., Jean, L. E. L. O. E. U. F. F., Petra, L. U. T. A. T., Marc, P. H. I. L. I. P. P. E., Ute, R. I. C. H. T. E. R., Haiyan, T. O. N. G.0The Phu Nam Jun locality, Late Jurassic Early Cretaceous of northeastern Thailand
??? Leonhardt1827Account of a Libellulite found at Solenhofen
H. E. Strickland1840On the occurrence of a fossil dragon-fly in the Lias of Warwickshire
P. B. Brodie1842A notice on the discovery of the remains of Insects, and a new genus of Isopodous Crustacea belonging to the family Cymothoidse in the Wealden Formation in the Vale of Wardour, Wilts.
J. Buckman1843On the occurrence of the remains of insects in the Upper Lias of the country of Gloucester
P. B. Brodie1848Notice on the discovery of a dragon-fly and a new species of Leptolepis in the Upper Lias near Cheltenham, with a few remarks on that formation in Gloucestershire
Heer, O.1852Die Lias-Insel des Aargau's
P. B. Brodie1853Notice of the occurrence of elytron of a coleopterous insect in the Kimmeridge clay at Ringstead bay, Dorsetshire
W. R. Binfield, Binfield H.1854On the occurrence of fossil insects in the Wealden strata of the Sussex coast
P. B. Brodie1854On the insect beds of the Purbeck Formation in Wiltshire and Dorsetshire
C. G. Giebel1857Zur Fauna des lithographischen Schiefers von Solenhofen
C. G. Giebel1860Eine neue Aeschna aus dem lithographischen Schiefer von Solenhofen
F. Brauer, Redtenbacher, J., Ganglbauer, L.1888Fossile Insekten aus der Juraformation Öst-Sibiriens
F. E. Geinitz1894Die Käferreste des Dobbertiner Lias
G. Enderlein1909Zur Kenntniss frühjurassicher Copeognathen und Coniopterygiden und über das Shicksal der Archipsylliden
R. J. Tillyard1921Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 8. Hemiptera, Homoptera. The genus Mesogereon, with a discussion of its relationship with the Jurassic Paleontinidae
F. W. Edwards1922A note on the Jurassic dipteron Platyura fittoni Brodie
A. V. Martynov1925To the knowledge of fossil insects from Jurassic beds in Turkestan. Hymenoptera, Mecoptera
A. V. Martynov1925To the knowledge of fossil insects from Jurassic beds in Turkestan
A. V. Martynov1926Jurassic fossils from Turkestan. 6. Homoptera and Psocoptera
A. V. V. Martynov1927Jurassic fossil Mecoptera and Paratrichoptera from Turkestan and Ust-Balei (Siberia)
A. V. V. Martynov1927Jurassic fossil insects from Turkestan. 7. Some Odonata, Neuroptera, Thysanoptera
T. D. A. Cockerell1928The Jurassic insects of Turkestan
F. M. Carpenter1929A Jurassic neuropteran from the lithographic limestone of Bavaria.
F. M. Carpenter1932Jurassic insects from Solenhofen in the Carnegie Museum and the Museum of Comparative Zoology
O. Kuhn1951Ein vermuntlicher Schmetterling Geisfeldiella benkerti n. gen., n. sp. aus dem Lias Nord-Franken
A. Bode1953Die Insektenfauna des Ostniedersächsischen oberen Lias
G. Demoulin1956Le ‘mystère’ des Ephemeropsis (Ephéméroptères jurassico-crétacés d'Asie paléarctique)
Vishnu-Mittre1957Fossil galls on some Jurassic conifer leaves
C. O. Van R. Altena1958A revision of some types of Jurassic insects in the Teyler Museum, Haarlem
F. E. Zeuner1958Jurassic beetles from Grahamland, Antarctica
Y. A. Popov1961[A new subfamily of Hemiptera from the Upper Jurassic of Karatau (Hemiptera, Gymnocerata, Lygaeidae).]
F. E. Zeuner1962Fossil insects from the Lower Lias of Charmouth, Dorset
A. G. Ponomarenko1963[Early Jurassic water beetles from the Anagara river.]
A. P. Rasnitsyn1963[Late Jurassic hymenopterans from Karatau.]
A. G. Ponomarenko1964[New beetles of the family Cupedidae from the Jurassic deposits in Karatau.]
V. N. Vishniakova1964Peculiarities of the venation in the forewings of a new Late Jurassic cockroach
E. E. Bekker-Migdisova1966[The aphid Aphis valdensis Brodie (Homoptera: Aphidinea) from the Upper Jurassic of England (Revision of the type).]
O. A. Tshernova1967Mayfly of the recent family in Jurassic deposits of Transbaikalia (Ephemeroptera, Silphonuridae)
J. P. Bradbury, Kirkland D. W.1968Upper Jurassic aquatic Hemiptera from the Todilto formation, Northern New Mexico
Kozlov, M. A.1968[Jurassic Proctotrupidea (Hymenoptera).]
D. A. Ussatchov1968New Jurassic Asilomorpha (Diptera) in Karatau


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