AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
T. D. A. Cockerell0Plant and insect fossils from the Green River Eocene of Colorado
A. M. Prokofiev0The Late Paleocene fish fauna of Turkmenistan
T. Krister Smith0The early middle Eocene taxon Geiseltaliellus from Geiseltal and Messel, Germany, and the evolution of corytophanid lizards (Squamata: Iguania)
D. Penney0The oldest fossil pholcid and selenopid spiders (Araneae) in Lowermost Eocene amber from the Paris Basin, France
S. BREZINA, CASADÍO S.0Los organismos incrustantes y perforantes asociados a Cubitostrea ameghinoi (Bivalvia, Ostreidae) delDaniano de Patagonia. Importancia taxonómica y paleoecológica
E. D. Currano, Wilf, P., Wing, S. L., Labandeira, C. C., Lovelock, E. C., Royer, D. L.0Sharply increased insect herbivory during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
N. Vávra0Fossil resin (‘amber’) from the Paleocene of Renardodden (E. cape Lyell, West Spitsbergen, Svalbard.)
P. B. Brodie1853On the occurrence of the remains of insects in the Tertiary clay of Dorsetshire
H. Woodward1878On the occurrence of Branchipus (or Chirocephalus) in a fossil state, associated with Archaeoniscus, and with numerous insect-remains in the Eocene freshwater limestone of Gurnet bay, Isle of Wight
H. Woodward1879On the occurrence of Branchipus (or Chirocephalus) in a fossil state, associated with Eosphaeroma and with numerous insect-remains, in the Eocene freshwater (Bembridge) limestone of Gurnet bay, Isle of Wight
H. F. Wickham1908New fossil Elateridae from Florissant
T. D. A. Cockerell1915British Fossil Insects
E. W. Berry1916The Lower Eocene floras of southeastern North America
H. Campion1916Triaeschna gossi, a new genus and species of Odonata from the Eocene of Bournemouth.
H. F. Wickham1916The fossil Elateridae of Florissant
T. D. A. Cockerell1920Eocene insects from the Rocky Mountains
H. Donisthorpe1920British Oligocene ants
T. D. A. Cockerell1921Some Eocene insects from Colorado and Wyoming.
T. D. A. Cockerell, Sandhouse G. A.1921Some Eocene insects of the family Fulgoridae
T. D. A. Cockerell1922Some Eocene insects from Colorado and Wyoming
T. D. A. Cockerell1923Fossil insects from the Eocene of Texas
T. D. A. Cockerell, Sandhouse G. A.1923Some Eocene insects of the family Fulgoridae 1923
T. D. A. Cockerell1925The Eocene fossil fly Eophlebomyia
R. L. Collins1925A Lower Eocene termite from Tennessee
E. W. Berry1927A new type of caddis case from the Lower Eocene of Tennessee
F. M. Carpenter1928A scorpion-fly from the Green River Eocene
T. D. A. Cockerell1928A remarkable new dragon-fly from the Eocene (Odonata).
F. M. Carpenter1929A fossil ant from the Lower Eocene (Wilcox) of Tennessee.
K. Henriksen1929A new Eocene grasshopper, Tettigonia (Locusta) amoena n. sp. from Denmark
H. F. Wickham1929Coleoptera from the Lower Eocene (Wilcox) clays
E. W. Berry1931An insect-cut leaf from the Lower Eocene
M. T. James1932A new Eocene syrphid from Colorado, Syrphus (?) hendersoni n. sp
T. D. A. Cockerell1933A second moth from the Colorado Eocene
N. Théobald1934Les insectes fossiles des terrains oligocènes des Camoins, de Céreste et d'Aix-en-Provence
H. Maneval1936Insectes fossiles des calcaires oligocènes de Ronzon (Le Puy)
N. Théobald1937Note complémentaire sur les insectes fossiles oligocènes des gypses d'Aix-en-Provence
L. Piton, Théobald N.1939Poissons, crustacés et insectes fossiles de l'Oligocène du Puy-du-Mur (Auvergne)
T. D. A. Cockerell1940A dragon-fly from the Eocene of Colorado (Odonata, Agrionidae).
K. W. Cooper1941Davispia bearcreekensis Cooper, a new cicada from the Paleocene, with a brief review of the fossil Cicadidae.
H. K. Brooks1955Healed wounds and galls on fossil leave from the Wicox deposits (Eocene) of Western tenessee
F. M. Carpenter1955An Eocene Bittacus (Mecoptera)
G. Demoulin1957A propos de deux insectes éocènes
E. B. Britton1960Beetles from the London Clay (Eocene) of Bognor Regis, Sussex
L. W. Quate1961Fossil Psychodidae (Diptera: Insecta) in Mexican amber; Part 1
L. W. Quate1963Fossil Psychodidae in Mexican amber, part 2 Diptera: Insecta
M. R. Wheeler1963A note on some fossil Drosophilidae (Diptera) from the amber of Chiapas, México
C. Stittler, Millot G.1964Les climats du Paléogène français reconstitués par les argiles néoformées et les microflores
C. J. Durden1966Oligocene lake deposits in central Colorado and a new fossil insect locality
M. T. Moussa1968Fossil tracks from the Green River Formation (Eocene) near Soldier Summit, Utah
O. E. Heie1970Lower Eocene aphids (Insecta) from Denmark


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