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Fikáček, M., Prokin, A., Angus, R. B.2011A long-living species of the hydrophiloid beetles: Helophorus sibiricus from the early Miocene deposits of Kartashevo (Siberia, Russia)
A. N. Nilsson, Angus R. B.1992A reclassification of the Deronectes-group of genera (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae), based on a phylogenetic study
M. Fikáček, Prokin, A., Angus, R. B., Ponomarenko, A. G., Yue, Y., Ren, D., Prokop, J.2012Revision of Mesozoic fossils of the helophorid lineage of the superfamily Hydrophiloidea (Coleoptera: Polyphaga)
M. Fikáček, Prokin, A., Angus, R. B., Ponomarenko, A. G., Yue, Y., Ren, D., Prokop, J.2012Phylogeny and the fossil record of the Helophoridae reveal Jurassic origin of extant hydrophiloid lineages (Coleoptera: Polyphaga)
G. R. Coope, Angus R. B.1975An ecological study of a temprate interlude in the middle of the last glaciation, based on fossil Coleoptera from Isleworth, Middlesex
R. B. Angus1970Helophorus orientalis (Coleoptera: Hydrophilidae), a parthenogenetic water beetle from Siberia and North America, and a British Pleistocene fossil
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
R. B. Angus1975Fossil Coleoptera from Weichselian deposits at Voorthuizen, The Netherlands.
R. B. Angus1983Evolutionary stability since the Pleistocene illustrated by reproductive compatibility between Swedish and Spanish Helophorus lapponicus Thompson (Coleoptera, Hydrophilidae)
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