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Z. -jun Zhang, Hong, Y. -chong, Lu, Lw, Fang, Xs, Jin, Yg2006Shenzhousia qilianshanensis gen. et sp. nov. (Protodonata, Meganeuridae), a giant dragonfly from the Upper Carboniferous of China
W. Zessin, BRAUCKMANN, C. A. R. S. T. E. N., Gröning, E.2016Some new records of Late Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian: Westphalian) dragonflies (Odonatoptera: Meganisoptera) from Piesberg near Osnabrück, Germany
W. Zessin2005Pictures of the German Carboniferous localities Hagen-Vorhalle and Ploetz
R. Zangeri, Richardson, Jr E. S.1963The paleoecological history of two Pennsylvanian black shales
J. Zajíc2008The main Late Carboniferous and Early Permian lake fish communities of the Czech Republic
J. Zajíc2008The limnic origin of majority of the Permo-Carboniferous basins of the Bohemian Massif
S. V. Young2008British Carboniferous species of Acanthodes and their stratigraphic and geographic distribution
H. Woodward1887Some new British Carboniferous cockroaches
H. M. WILSON, Hannibal J. T.2005TAXONOMY AND TRUNK-RING ARCHITECTURE OF PLEUROJULID MILLIPEDES (DIPLOPODA: CHILOGNATHA: PLEUROJULIDA) FROM THE PENNSYLVANIAN OF EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA
H. M. WILSON2005A NEW GENUS OF ARCHIPOLYPODAN MILLIPEDE FROM THE COSELEY LAGERSTATTE, UPPER CARBONIFEROUS, UK
H. M. WILSON2005ZOSTEROGRAMMIDA, A NEW ORDER OF MILLIPEDES FROM THE MIDDLE SILURIAN OF SCOTLAND AND THE UPPER CARBONIFEROUS OF EURAMERICA
P. E. S. Whalley1979New species of Protorthoptera and Protodonata (Insecta) from the Upper Carboniferous of Britain, with a comment on the origin of wings
P. E. S. Whalley1980Tupus diluculum sp. nov. (Protodonata), a giant dragonfly from the Upper Carboniferous of Britain
R. A. L. F. WERNEBURG, Schneider, J., Lucas, S. G.2008The marin-lagoonal and lacustrine fossillagerstaette Kinney Brick quarry from the Upper Pennsylvanian of New Mexico
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R. H. Wagner2003Climatic changes as mirrored by Carboniferous and Permian floral distributions
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S. Voigt2008Tunnel-and-chamber burrows: evidence for fossorial behavior of insects in Permo-Carboniferous alluvial plain deposits?
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J. A. Todd1991A forest-litter animal community from the Upper Carboniferous?:notes on the association of animal body fossils with plants and lithology in the Westphalian D Coal Measures at Writhlington, Avon
R. J. Tillyard1918On the affinities of two interesting fossil insects from the Upper Carboniferous of Commentry (Allier)
R. J. Tillyard1921Two fossil insect wings in the collection of Mr John Mitchell, from the Upper Carboniferous of New-Castle belonging to the order Homoptera
T. N. Taylor, Scott A. C.1983Interactions of plants and animals during the Carboniferous
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K. R. G. Stapf1989Biogene fluvio-lakustrine Sedimentation im Rotliegend des permokarbonen Saar-Nahe-Beckens (SW-Deutschland)
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S. I. D. N. E. Y. I. SMITH1871Brief Contributions to Zoology from the Museum of Yale College. No. IX. - Notice of a Fossil Insect from the carboniferous formation of Indiana ;
N. D. Sinitshenkova1979A new family of the Palaeodictyoptera from the Carboniferous of Siberia
N. D. Sinitshenkova1981A new species of the Tchirkovaeidae (Dictyoneurida) from the Upper Carboniferous of the Tunguska basin
W. A. Shear, Hannibal, J. T., Kukalová-Peck, J.1992Terrestrial arthropods from Upper Pennsylvanian rocks at the Kinrey bricks Quarry, New Mexico
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S. H. Scudder1876Two new British Carboniferous insects, with remarks on those already known
S. H. Scudder1878New and interesting insects from the Carboniferous shales of Cape Breton
S. H. Scudder1881A second carboniferous insect "Lithosialis bohemica"
S. H. Scudder1885Two more English Carboniferous insects
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H. - P. Schultze2008Interpretation of marine and freshwater environments in Carboniferous – Permian deposits
J. Ö. R. G. W. SCHNEIDER, WERNEBURG, R. A. L. F., Roscher, M.2008Continental-continental and continental-marine correlations of Late Carboniferous and Permian Basins – the state of the art
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N. P. Rowe1988A herbaceous lycophyte from the Lower Carboniferous Drybrook Sandstone of the forest of Dean, Gloucestershire

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