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A. Wier, Dolan, M., Grimaldi, D., Guerrero, R., Wagensberg, J., Margulis, L.2002Spirochete and protist symbionts of a termite (Mastotermes electrodominicus) in Miocene amber
P. Wegierek, Peñalver E.2002Fossil representatives of the family Greenideidae (Hemiptera, Aphidoidea) from the Miocene of Europe
Q. - G. Sun, Collinson, M. E., Li, C. - S., Wang, Y. - F., Beerling, D. J.2002Quantitative reconstruction of palaeoclimate from the Middle Miocene Shanwang £ora, eastern China
J. Sakala2002First record of fossil angiosperm wood (Ulmoxylon, Ulmaceae) from the famous locality of Bílina (Czech Republic, Early Miocene)
J. Prokop, Nel A.2002New Tertiary dragonflies from Lower Oligocene of the Ceské stredohorí Mts and Lower Miocene of the Most Basin in the Czech Republic (Odonata: Anisoptera)
J. Prokop2002An immature stonefly from Lower Miocene of the Bílina mine in northern Bohemia (Plecoptera: Perlidae)
D. Penney, Perez-Gelabert D. E.2002Comparison of the recent and Miocene Hispaniolan spider faunas
F. C. Ocampo2002Procoilodes adrastus Ocampo, a new genus and species of Miocene hybosorid in amber from the Dominican Republic (Coleoptera: Hybosoridae)
A. Nel, Martínez-Delclòs, X., Azar, D.2002A new ensign-fly from the Lower-Middle Miocene Dominican amber (Hymenoptera, Evaniidae)
W. Krzeminski2002Three new species of the genus Helius Lepeletier & Serville (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the Middle Miocene of Stavropol (northern Caucasus, Russia)
M. A. R. T. I. N. IVANOV2002The oldest known Miocene snake fauna from Central Europe: Merkur-North locality, Czech Republic
M. Hellmund, Hellmund W.2002Eigelege fossiler Zygopteren auf Dikotylenblättern aus dem Mittelmiozän von Salzhausen (Vogelsberg, Hessen, Deutschland) [Zygoptera egg-sets on dicotyledon leaves from the middle Miocene of Salzhausen (Vogelsberg, Hesse, Germany)]
S. A. Elias, Matthews, Jr J. V.2002Arctic North American seasonal temperatures from the latest Miocene to the Early Pleistocene, based on mutual climatic range analysis of fossil beetle assemblages
G. Bechly, Sach V.2002An interesting new fossil dragonfly (Anisoptera: Libellulidae: ”Brachydiplacini”) from the Miocene of Germany, with a discussion on the phylogeny of Tetrathemistinae and a fossil list for the locality Heggbach
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