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V. E. McCoy2016Evaluating the influence of resin chemistry on preservation in amber
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O. Béthoux2007Propositions for a character-state-based biological taxonomy
O. Béthoux2007Cladotypic taxonomy revisited
O. Béthoux2007Cladotypic taxonomy applied: titanopterans are orthopterans
O. Béthoux2009Gaps and nodes between fossil and extant insects
O. Béthoux2010Optimality of phylogenetic nomenclatural procedures
S. M. Bybee, Branham M. A.2008Scanning rocks for data
M. Bertini, Ball, A. D., Mellish, C., Shah, B., Pretzel, B., Burgio, L., Goral, T., Sykes, D., Summerfield, R., Steart, D., Blagoderov, V. A., Garwood, R. J., Spencer, A. R. T., Penney, D., Ross, A.2016Is amber altered by microCT or confocal microscopy studies? A preliminary assessment using optical microscopy, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy
S. R. Anderson2016Application of EDXRF to directly measure vertebrate blood (via iron in heme from haemoglobin or haemoglobin-derived porphyrins) in two engorged ticks (Acari: Ixodida) in 100-million-year-old Burmese amber
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