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O. Heer, “Die Lias-Insel des Aargau's”, in Geologische Vorträge gehalten im Marz 1852, O. Heer and E. A von der Linth Riesling, Zurich: , 1852, pp. 1-15.
P. B. Brodie, “Notice on the discovery of a dragon-fly and a new species of Leptolepis in the Upper Lias near Cheltenham, with a few remarks on that formation in Gloucestershire”, Proceedings of the Geological Society, Quartely Geological Journal, London, vol. 5, pp. 31-37, 1848.
P. B. Brodie, “A notice on the discovery of the remains of Insects, and a new genus of Isopodous Crustacea belonging to the family Cymothoidse in the Wealden Formation in the Vale of Wardour, Wilts.”, Proceedings of the Geological Society, London, vol. 3, pp. 134-136, 1842.
H. E. Strickland, “On the occurrence of a fossil dragon-fly in the Lias of Warwickshire”, Magazine of Natural History, (N.S.), vol. 4, pp. 301-303, 1840.
J. Buckman, “On the occurrence of the remains of insects in the Upper Lias of the country of Gloucester”, Proceedings of the Geological Society, London, vol. 4, pp. n° 96: 211-212, 1843.
??? Leonhardt, “Account of a Libellulite found at Solenhofen”, The Edimburgh New Phylosophical Journal, vol. October-december 1826, p. 195, 1827.
D. R. Lomax and C. A. Racay, “A Long Mortichnial Trackway of Mesolimulus walchi from the Upper Jurassic Solnhofen LithographicLimestone near Wintershof, Germany”, Ichnos: An International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces, vol. 19, pp. 175-183, Submitted.