Literature

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R. J. Wootton, Kukalová-Peck, J., Newman, J. S., Muzon, J.1998Smart engineering in the Mid-Carboniferous: how well could Paleozoic dragonflies fly?
R. J. Wootton, Kukalová-Peck J.2000Flight adaptations in Palaeozoic Palaeoptera (Insecta)
N. D. Sinitshenkova, Kukalová-Peck J.1997Permuralia - a new name for Uralia Kukalová-Peck, Sinitshenkova, 1992 (Insecta: Diaphanopterida = Diaphanopteridea)
W. A. Shear, Kukalová-Peck J.1989The ecology of Paleozoic terrestrial arthropods: the fossil evidence
W. A. Shear, Hannibal, J. T., Kukalová-Peck, J.1992Terrestrial arthropods from Upper Pennsylvanian rocks at the Kinrey bricks Quarry, New Mexico
W. A. Shear, Hannibal, J. T., Kukalová-Peck, J.1991Terrestrial arthropods from Upper Pennsylvanian rocks at the Kinney Bricks Quarry,New Mexico
C. H. Scholtz, Browne, D. J., Kukalová-Peck, J.1994Glaresidae, Archaeopteryx of the Scarabaeoidea
P. Ríha, Kukalová-Peck J.1967Eine neue tertiäre Wasserwanze aus dem Bechlejovicer Diatomit (Heteroptera: Belostomatidae)
E. F. Riek, Kukalová-Peck J.1984A new interpretation of dragonfly wing venation based upon Early Carboniferous fossils from Argentina (Insecta: Odonatoidea) and basic characters states in pterygote wings
J. Kukalová-Peck, Willmann R.1990Lower Permian ‘mecopteroid-like’ insects from Central Europe (Endopterygota)
J. Kukalová-Peck, Sinitshenkova N. D.1992The wing venation and systematics of Lower Permian Diaphanopterodea from the Ural Mountains, Russia (Insecta: Palaeoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck, Sinitshenkova N. D.1992The wing venation and systematics of Lower Permian Diaphanopterodea from the Ural Mountains, Russia (Insecta: Paleoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck, Richardson, Jr E. S.1983New Homoiopteridae (Insecta: Paleodictyoptera) with wing articulation from Upper Carboniferous strata of Mazon Creek, Illinois
J. Kukalová-Peck, Peters, J. G., Soldan, T.2009Homologisation of the anterior articular plate in the wing base of Ephemeroptera and Odonatoptera
J. Kukalová-Peck, Peck S. B.1976Adult and immature Calvertiellidae (Insecta: Palaeodictyoptera) from the Upper Paleozoic of new Mexico and Czechoslovakia
J. Kukalová-Peck, Peck S. B.1993Zoraptera wing structures: evidence for new genera and relationship with the blattoid orders (Insecta: Blattoneoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck, Lawrence J. F.1993Evolution of the hind wing in Coleoptera
J. Kukalová-Peck, Lawrence J. F.2004Relationships among coleopteran suborders and major endoneopteran lineages: evidence from hind wing characters
J. Kukalová-Peck, Brauckmann C.1990Wing folding in pterygote insects, and the oldest Diaphanopterodea from the Early Carboniferous of West Germany
J. Kukalová-Peck, Brauckmann C.1992Most Paleozoic Protorthoptera are ancestral hemipteroids: major wing braces as clues to a new phylogeny of Neoptera (Insecta)
J. Kukalová-Peck, Beutel R. G.2012Is the Carboniferous †Adiphlebia lacoana really the “oldest beetle”?Critical reassessment and description of a new Permian beetle family
J. Kukalová-Peck1958On the systematic position of Ampeliptera limburgica Pruvost, 1927
J. Kukalová-Peck1958On Czecholovakian Spilapteridae Handlirsch (Insecta, Palaeodictyoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck1958Paoliidae Handlirsch (Insecta, Protorthoptera) aus dem Oberschlesichen Steinkohlenbecken
J. Kukalová-Peck1959On the family Blattinopsidae Bolton, 1925 (Insecta, Protorthoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck1963Permian insects of Moravia. 1, Miomoptera
J. Kukalová-Peck1964To the morphology of the oldest known dragonfly Erasipteron larischi Pruvost, 1933
J. Kukalová-Peck1964Review of the Calvertiellidae with description of a new genus from Permian strata of Moravia (Palaeodictyoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck1964Permian insects of Moravia. Part 2. Liomopteridae
J. Kukalová-Peck1965Permian Protelytroptera, Coleoptera and Protorthoptera (Insecta) of Moravia
J. Kukalová-Peck1966Protelytroptera from the Upper Permian of Australia, with a discussion of the Protocoleoptera and Paracoleoptera
J. Kukalová-Peck1966A substitute name for the extinct genus Stenelytron Kukalová (Protelytroptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck1968Permian mayfly nymphs
J. Kukalová-Peck1969On the systematic position of the supposed Permian beetles Tshecardocoleidae, with a description of a new collection from Moravia.
J. Kukalová-Peck1969Revisional study of the order Palaeodictyoptera in the Upper Carboniferous shales of Commentry, France. Part 1
J. Kukalová-Peck1969Revisional study of the order Palaeodictyoptera in the Upper Carboniferous shales of Commentry, France. Part 2
J. Kukalová-Peck1970Revisional study of the order Palaeodictyoptera in the Upper Carboniferous shales of Commentry, France. Part 3
J. Kukalová-Peck1971The structure of Dunbaria (Palaeodictyoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck1972Unusual structures in the Paleozoic insect orders Megasecoptera and Palaeodictyoptera with description of a new family
J. Kukalová-Peck1974Wing-folding in the Paleozoic insect order Diaphanopterodea (Paleoptera) with a description of new representatives of the family Elmoidae
J. Kukalová-Peck1974Pteralia of the Paleozoic insect orders Palaeodictyoptera, Megasecoptera and Diaphonopterodea (Paleoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck1975Megasecoptera from the Lower Permian of Moravia
J. Kukalová-Peck1978Origin and evolution of insect wings and their relation to metamorphosis, as documented by the fossil record
J. Kukalová-Peck1983Origin of the insect wing and wing articulation from the arthropodan leg
J. Kukalová-Peck1985Ephemeroid wing venation based upon new gigantic Carboniferous mayflies and basis morphological phylogeny and metamorphosis of pterygopte insects (Insecta, Ephemerida)
J. Kukalová-Peck1987A substitute name for the extinct genus Stenelytron Kukalová (Protelytroptera) 1987
J. Kukalová-Peck1987New Carboniferous Diplura, Monura, and Thysanura, the hexapod ground plan, and the role of thoracic lobes in the origin of wings (Insecta)
J. Kukalová-Peck1991Designation of type species for Hana (Hanidae, Megasecoptera)
J. Kukalová-Peck1991Fossil history and the evolution of hexapod structures
J. Kukalová-Peck1991Chapter 6: Fossil history and the evolution of hexapod structures

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