Literature

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Wang Maomin, Béthoux, O., Bradler, S., Jacques, F. M. B., Cui, Y., Ren, D.2014Under cover at pre-angiosperm times: a cloaked phasmatodean insect from the Early Cretaceous Jehol biota
C. -fan Shi, Béthoux, O., Shih, C. -kun, Ren, D.2012Guyiling jianboni gen. et sp.n., an antlion-like lacewing, illuminating homologies and transformations in Neuroptera wing venation
L. I. A. N. G. J. I. E. SHANG, Béthoux, O., Ren, D.2011New stem-Phasmatodea from the Middle Jurassic of China
A. Nel, Marchal-Papier, F., Béthoux, O., Gall, J. - C.2004A “stick insect-like” from the Triassic of the Vosges (France) (Insecta: “pre-Tertiary Phasmatodea”)
A. Nel, Delclós, X., Béthoux, O., Azar, D.2005Chresmoda, an enigmatic Mesozoic insect that is finally placed
A. Nel, Béthoux, O., Bechly, G., Delclòs, X., Papier, F.2001The Permo-Triassic Odonatoptera of the "protodonate" grade (Insecta: Odonatoptera)
A. Nel, Bechly, G., Prokop, J., Béthoux, O., Fleck, G.2012systematics and evolution of Paleozoic and Mesozoic damselfly-like Odonatoptera of the "Protozygopterian" grade
Y. -ying Cui, Béthoux, O., Shih, C., Dong, R. E. N.2010A new species of the family Juraperlidae (Insecta: Grylloblattida) from the Middle Jurassic of China
O. Béthoux, Voigt, S., Schneider, J. W.2010A Triassic palaeodictyopteran from Kyrgyzstan
O. Béthoux, Ross A. J.2005Mesacridites Riek, 1954 (Middle Triassic: Australia) transferred from Protorthoptera to Orthoptera: Locustavidae
O. Béthoux, Papier, F., Nel, A.2005The Triassic radiation of the entomofauna
O. Béthoux, Nel A.2002Venation pattern and revision of Orthoptera sensu nov. and sister groups. Phylogeny of Palaeozoic and Mesozoic Orthoptera sensu nov
O. Béthoux, de la Horra, R., Benito, I. M., Barrenechea, J. F., Galán, A. B., López-Gómez, J.2009A new triadotypomorphan insect from the Anisian (Middle Triassic), Buntsandstein facies, of Iberia
O. Béthoux, Beattie R. G.2010Iverya averryi gen. nov. and sp. nov., new Triadotypomorphan Species from the Middle Triassic at Picton, New South Wales, Australia
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