AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
F. G. Bidashko, Petrenko Y. V.0Early Holocene fauna and habitat in the Ural River lower course. Stratigrafiya
S. Diaz-Franco, Rojas-Consuegra R.0A new type of Holocene deposit in Cuba: "trapped" insects within stalagmite calcium carbonate
R. E. I. M. A. N. N. C.K, C, O. S. T. E. R. T. A. G. - H. E. N. N. I. N. G., F, S. T. R. A. U. C. H.0Colourful past- Discolouration of Pleistocene mammal bones and its relevance for age prediction
S. C. H. R. E. I. B. E. R. H. Dieter0Inventory and documentation of the fossil remains from the early Middle Pleistocene of Mauer (SE Germany) - a new project in the current research
M. U. S. I. L. Rudolf0Environmental changes across the Early-Middle Pleistocene Transition
C. E. R. M. Á. K. Stanislav0Ochotona horaceki: A New Ochotonid from the Early Pleistocene of Slovakia
E. BERNASCONI0Estudio preliminar de la distribución y desarrollo del foraminífero Elphidium discoidale (D´Orbigny) enun testigo Holoceno de la Cuenca del Colorado, plataforma continental argentina
C. A. L. V. O. L. MARCILESE0Registros holocenos de Elphidium sp. (Foraminifera, Protista) en el área interna del estuario de BahíaBlanca, Argentina
G. H. Horn1876Notes on some coleopterous remains from the bone cave at Port Kennedy (Penns.)
K. Flach1884Die Käfer der Unterpleistocanen Ablagerungen bei Hosbach
A. M. Lomnicki1894Pleistocenskie owady z Boryslawia Fauna pleistocenica Boryslaviensium. [Fauna pleistocenica insectorum Boryslaviensum.] Wydawn
H. M. Ami1895Fossil insects from the Leda Clay of Ottawa and vicinity
A. M. Bell1901Plant and Coleoptera from deposit of Pleistocene age at Wolvercote, Oxfordshire
F. Grinnell1908Quaternary myriapods and insects of California
M. E. J. Chandler1923The geological history of the genus Stratiotes: an account of the evolutionary changes which have occured within the genus during the Tertiary and Quaternary times.
K. G. Blair1927Insect remains from oil sand in Trinidad
T. D. A. Cockerell1927Beetles of the genus Donacia from the Pleistocene of Vancouvert Island, British Columbia
S. F. Light1930Fossil termites pellets from the Seminole Pleistocene
O. A. Abel1933Ein fossiles Termiten-Nest aus dem Unterpliozän das Wiener Beckens
W. N. A. Edwards1936A Pleistocene chironomid-tufa from Crémieux (Isère)
J. F. Lance1946Fossil arthropods of California. 9. Evidence of termites in the Pleistocene asphalt of Carpinteria, California
J. Maran1947Pleistocenni rasa stievlika Carabus (Morphocarabus) scheidleri Panz. z Moravy a nekolik poznamek o pleistocennich coleopterach
C. H. Lindroth1948Interglacial insect remains from Sweden
S. Asahina1959On a fossil dragonfly wing from the Pleistocene of Shiobara, Central Japan
G. R. Coope1959A Late Pleistocene insect fauna from Chelford, Cheshire
F. N. Young1959Fossil beetles from the Vero Pleistocene
G. R. Coope, Shotton, F. W., Strachan, I. S.1961A Late Pleistocene fauna and flora from Upton Warren, Worcestershire
R. G. Pearson1961The ecology of the Coleoptera from some late-quaternary deposits
G. R. Coope1962A Pleistocene coleopterous fauna with Arctic affinities from Fladbury, Worcestershire
H. F. Howden1963Speculations on some beetles, berriers, and climate during the Pleistocene and pre-Pleistocene periods in some non-glaciated portions of North America
G. R. Coope1965Fossil insect faunas from Late Quaternary deposits in Britain
G. R. Coope, Sands C. H. S.1966Insect faunas of the last glaciation from the Tame Valley, Warwickshire
I. Hiura1966On two species of fossil Pentatomidae from the Shiobara group (Middle Pleistocene)
H. F. Howden1969Effects of the Pleistocene on North American insects
A. Morgan1969A Pleistocene fauna and flora from Great Britain, Northamptonshire, England
R. B. Angus1970Helophorus orientalis (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae), a parthenogenetic water beetle from Siberia and North America, and a British Pleistocene fossil
G. R. Coope1970Interpretations of Quaternary insect fossils
Lindroth, C. H., Coope G. R.1971The interglacial deposit at the leveaniemi mine, Svappavaedla Swdish Lapland
A. C. Ashworth1972A Late-Glacial insect fauna from Red Moss, Lancashire, England
A. L. L. A. N. C. ASHWORTH, CLAYTOX, L. E. E., BICKLEY, W. I. L. L. I. A. M. B.1972Mosbeck Site: a Paleoenvironmental interpretation of the Late Quaternary History of Lake Agassiz Based onFossil Insect and Mollusk Remains
R. B. Angus1973Pleistocene Helophorus (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae) from Borislav and Starunialin in the Western Ukraine, with a reinterpretation of M. Lomnicki's species and comparison with British Weichselian faunas
Onoyama, K.1974Mizunami amber and fossil insects. 1. On the fossil arthropods in Mizunami amber from Gifu prefecture (Pleistocene)
J. V. Matthews1975Insects and plant macrofossils from two quaternary exposures in the Old Crow Porcupine region, Yukon Territory, Canada
vonF. Branscheild1977Fossile Schmetterlinge (Rhopalocera) aus dem Pliozän von Willershausen
D. L. Johnson1977The California ice-age refugium and the Rancho la Brea extinction problem
M. La Greca1977L'evoluzione plio-pleistocenica degli insetti di alta montagna
S. Skomski1977Fauna of Pleistocene lake deposits in Poland
D. M. Calabrese1978Identity of Gerris (Hemiptera, Heteroptera) species from Pleistocene asphalt deposits at McKittrick, California
S. E. Miller1978A fossil Scaphinotus interruptus from the Pleistocene carpinteria asphalt deposit, Santa Barbara county, California (Coleoptera: Carabidae)
I. Moore, Miller S. E.1978Fossil rove beetles from Pleistocene California asphalt deposits (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)


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