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P. B. Brodie, “Notice of the occurrence of elytron of a coleopterous insect in the Kimmeridge clay at Ringstead bay, Dorsetshire”, Quartely Journal of the Geological Society, London, vol. 9, pp. 51-52., 1853.
W. R. Binfield and H. Binfield, “On the occurrence of fossil insects in the Wealden strata of the Sussex coast”, Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, Proceedings of the Geologist Society, London, vol. 10, pp. 171-176, 1854.
P. B. Brodie, “On the insect beds of the Purbeck Formation in Wiltshire and Dorsetshire”, Quartely Journal of the Geological Society, London, vol. 10, pp. 475-482, 1854.
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.
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.
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.
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.