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  1. Li, G. & Luo, Z.-X., 2006. .
  2. Apesteguía, S. & Zaher, H., 2006. .
  3. Marsh, O.C., 1884. The Classification and Affinities of Dinosaurian Reptiles: 68-69.
  4. Dart, R.A., 1925. Australopithecus africanus: The Man-Ape of South Africa: 195-199.
  5. Osborn, H.F., 1928. Mammoths and Man in the Transvaal: 672-673.
  6. Leakey, L.S.B., 1959. A new fossil skull from Olduvai: 491-493.
  7. Leakey, L.S.B., Tobias, P.V. & Napier, J.R., 1964. A new species of the genus Homo from Olduvai Gorge: 7-9.
  8. Hibberd, D.J. & Leedale, G.F., 1970. Eustigmatophyceae - a new algal class with unique organization of the motile cell: 758-760.
  9. Lewin, R.A., 1976. Prochlorophyta. A proposed new division of algae: 697-698.
  10. Novacek, M.J., 1992. Mammalian phylogeny: shaking the tree: 121-125.
  11. Gingerich, P.D., Raza, S.M., Arif, M., Anwar, M. & Zhou, X., 1994. 844.
  12. White, T.D., Suwa, G. & Asfaw, B., 1994. Australopithecus ramidus, a new species of early hominid from Aramis, Ethiopia: 306-312.
  13. Funch, P. & Kristensen, R.M., 1995. Cycliophora is a new phylum with affinities to Entoprocta and Ectoprocta: 711-714.
  14. Aguinaldo, A.M.A., Turbeville, J.M., Linford, L.S., Rivera, M.C., Garey, J.R., Raff, R.A. & Lake, J.A., 1997. Evidence for a clade of nematodes, arthropods and other moulting animals: 489-493.
  15. Kenrick, P. & Crane, P.R., 1997b. The origin and early evolution of plants on land: 33-39.
  16. Xu, X., Wang, X.-L. & Wu, X.-C., 1999. A dromaeosaurid dinosaur with a filamentous integument from the Yixian Formation of China: 262-266.
  17. Xu, X., Zhou, Z. & Wang, X., 2000. The smallest known non-avian theropod dinosaur: 705-708.
  18. Luo, Z.-X., Cifelli, R.L. & Kielan-Jaworowska, Z., 2001. Dual origin of tribosphenic mammals: 53-57.
  19. Murphy, W.J., Eizirik, E., Johnson, W.E., Zhang, Y.P., Ryder, O.A. & O'Brien, S.J., 2001a. Molecular phylogenetics and the origins of placental mammals: 614-618.
  20. Huber, H., Hohn, M., Rachel, R., Fuchs, T., Wimmer, V. & Stetter, K., 2002. A new phylum of Archaea represented by a nanosized hyperthermophilic symbiont: 63-67.
  21. Brunet, M., Guy, F., Pilbeam, D., MacKaye, H.T., Likius, A., Ahounta, D., Beauvilain, A., Blondel, C., Bocherens, H., Boisserie, J.-R., De Bonis, L., Coppens, Y., Dejax, J., Denys, C., Duringer, P., Eisenmann, V., Fanone, G., Fronty, P. et al., 2002. A new hominid from the Upper Miocene of Chad, Central Africa: 145-151.
  22. Clack, J.A., 2002. An Early Tetrapod from "Romer's Gap.": 72-76.
  23. Xu, X., Zhou, Z., Wang, X., Kuang, X., Zhang, F. & Du, X., 2003. Four-winged dinosaurs from China: 335-340.
  24. White, T.D., Asfaw, B., DeGusta, D., Gilbert, H., Richards, G.D., Suwa, G. & Howell, F.C., 2003. Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Middle Awash, Ethiopia: 742-747.
  25. Biju, S.D. & Bossuyt, F., 2003. New frog family from India reveals an ancient biogeographical link with the Seychelles: 711-714.
  26. Clark, J.M., Xu, X., Forster, C.A. & Wang, Y., 2004. A Middle Jurassic 'sphenosuchian' from China and the origin of the crocodylian skull.: 1021-1024.
  27. Xu, X., Norell, M.A., Kuang, X., Wang, X., Zhao, Q. & Jia, C., 2004. Basal tyrannosauroids from China and evidence for protofeathers in tyrannosauroids.: 680-684.
  28. Brown, P., Sutikna, T., Morwood, M.J., Soejono, R.P., Jatmiko, Wayhu Saptomo, E. & Rokus Awe Due, 2004. A new small-bodied hominin from the Late Pleistocene of Flores, Indonesia: 1055-1061.
  29. Rauhut, O.W.M., Remes, K., Fechner, R., Cladera, G. & Puerta, P., 2005. Discovery of a short-necked sauropod dinosaur from the Late Jurassic period of Patagonia.: 670-672.
  30. Barluenga, M., Stölting, K.N., Salzburger, W., Muschick, M. & Meyer, A., 2006. Sympatric speciation in Nicaraguan crater lake cichlid fish.: 719-723.
  31. Xu, X., Clark, J.M., Forster, C.A., Norell, M.A., Erickson, G.M., Eberth, D.A., Jia, C. & Zhao, Q., 2006. A basal tyrannosauroid dinosaur from the Late Jurassic of China: 715-718.
  32. Daeschler, E.B., Shubin, N.H. & Jenkins Jr., F.A., 2006. A Devonian tetrapod-like fish and the evolution of the tetrapod body plan: 757-763.
  33. Janvier, P., Desbiens, S., Willett, J.A. & Arsenault, M., 2006. Lamprey-like gills in a gnathostome-related Devonian jawless vertebrate: 1183-1185.
  34. Sander, P.M., Mateus, O., Laven, T. & Knötschke, N., 2006. Bone histology indicates insular dwarfism in a new Late Jurassic sauropod dinosaur: 739-741.
  35. Chang, M.-m., Zhang, J. & Miao, D., 2006. A lamprey from the Cretaceous Jehol biota of China: 972-974.
  36. Long, J.A., Young, G.C., Holland, T., Senden, T.J. & Fitzgerald, E.M.G., 2006. An exceptional Devonian fish from Australia sheds light on tetrapod origins: 199-202.
  37. Bourlat, S.J., Juliusdottir, T., Lowe, C.J., Freeman, R., Aronowicz, J., Kirschner, M., Lander, E.S., Thorndyke, M., Nakano, H., Kohn, A.B., Heyland, A., Moroz, L.L., Copley, R.R. & Telford, M.J., 2006. Deuterostome phylogeny reveals monophyletic chordates and the new phylum Xenoturbellida.: 85-88.
  38. Meng, J., Hu, Y., Wang, Y., Wang, X. & Li, C., 2006. A Mesozoic gliding mammal from northeastern China: 889-893.
  39. Meng, J., Hu, Y., Wang, Y., Wang, X. & Li, C., 2007. A Mesozoic gliding mammal from northeastern China: 102.
  40. Stein, W.E., Mannolini, F., VanAller Hernick, L., Landing, E. & Berry, C.M., 2007. Giant cladoxylopsid trees resolve the enigma of the Earth's earliest forest stumps at Gilboa: 904-907.
  41. Luo, Z.-X., Chen, P., Li, G. & Chen, M., 2007. A new eutriconodont mammal and evolutionary development in early mammals: 288-293.
  42. Suwa, G., Kono, R.T., Katoh, S., Asfaw, B. & Beyene, Y., 2007. A new species of great ape from the late Miocene epoch in Ethiopia: 921-924.
  43. Thewissen, J.G.M., Cooper, L.N., Clementz, M.T., Bajpai, S. & Tiwari, B.N., 2007. Whales originated from aquatic artiodactyls in the Eocene epoch of India: 1190-1194.
  44. Vinther, J., Van Roy, P. & Briggs, D.E.G., 2008. Machaeridians are Palaeozoic armoured annelids: 185-188.
  45. Ahlberg, P.E., Clack, J.A., Lukševičs, E., Blom, H. & Zupiņš, I., 2008. Ventastega curonica and the origin of tetrapod morphology: 1199-1204.
  46. Zhang, F., Zhou, Z., Xu, X., Wang, X. & Sullivan, C., 2008. A bizarre Jurassic maniraptoran from China with elongate ribbon-like feathers: 1105-1108.
  47. Head, J.J., Bloch, J.I., Hastings, A.K., Bourque, J.R., Cadena, E.A., Herrera, F.A., Polly, P.D. & Jaramillo, C.A., 2009. Giant boid snake from the Palaeocene neotropics reveals hotter past equatorial temperatures.: 715-717.
  48. Walter, F., Riechers, D., Cox, P., Neri, R., Carilli, C., Bertoldi, F., Weiss, A. & Maiolino, R., 2009. A kiloparsec-scale hyper-starburst in a quasar host less than 1 gigayear after the Big Bang.: 699-701.
  49. Zhu, M., Zhao, W., Jia, L., Lu, J., Qiao, T. & Qu, Q., 2009. The oldest articulated osteichthyan reveals mosaic gnathostome characters: 469-474.
  50. Regier, J.C., Shultz, J.W., Zwick, A., Hussey, A., Ball, B., Wetzer, R., Martin, J.W. & Cunningham, C.W., 2010. Arthropod relationships revealed by phylogenomic analysis of nuclear protein-coding sequences: 1079-1083.
  51. Krause, J., Fu, Q., Good, J.M., Viola, B., Shunkov, M.V., Derevianko, A.P. & Pääbo, S., 2010. The complete mitochondrial DNA genome of an unknown hominin from southern Siberia: 894-897.
  52. Lambert, O., Bianucci, G., Post, K., de Muizon, C., Salas-Gismondi, R., Urbina, M. & Reumer, J., 2010a. The giant bite of a new raptorial sperm whale from the Miocene epoch of Peru: 105-108.
  53. Lambert, O., Bianucci, G., Post, K., de Muizon, C., Salas-Gismondi, R., Urbina, M. & Reumer, J., 2010b. Corrigendum: The giant bite of a new raptorial sperm whale from the Miocene epoch of Peru: 1134.
  54. Reich, D., Green, R.E., Kircher, M., Krause, J., Patterson, N., Durand, E.Y., Viola, B., Briggs, A.W., Stenzel, U., Johnson, P.L.F., Maricic, T., Good, J.M., Marques-Bonet, T., Alkan, C., Fu, Q., Mallick, S., Li, H., Meyer, M., Eichler, E.E., Stoneking, M., Richards, M., Talamo, S., Shunkov, M.V., Derevianko, A.P., Hublin, J.-J., Kelso, J., Slatkin, M. & Pääbo, S., 2010. Genetic history of an archaic hominin group from Denisova Cave in Siberia: 1053-1060.
  55. Liu, J., Steiner, M., Dunlop, J.A., Keupp, H., Shu, D., Ou, Q., Han, J., Zhang, Z. & Zhang, X., 2011. An armoured Cambrian lobopodian from China with arthropod-like appendages: 526–530.
  56. Philippe, H., Brinkmann, H., Copley, R.R., Moroz, L.L., Nakano, H., Poustka, A.J., Wallberg, A., Peterson, K.J. & Telford, M.J., 2011. Acoelomorph flatworms are deuterostomes related to Xenoturbella: 255-258.
  57. Xu, X., You, H., Du, K. & Han, F., 2011. An Archaeopteryx-like theropod from China and the origin of Avialae: 465-470.
  58. Kocot, K.M., Cannon, J.T., Todt, C., Citarella, M.R., Kohn, A.B., Meyer, A., Santos, S.R., Schander, C., Moroz, L.L., Lieb, B. & Halanych, K.M., 2011. Phylogenomics reveals deep molluscan relationships: 452–456.
  59. Godefroit, P., Cau, A., Hu D.-Y., Escuillié, F., Wu W. & Dyke, G., 2013. A Jurassic avialan dinosaur from China resolves the early phylogenetic history of birds: 359-362.
  60. Rinke, C., Schwientek, P., Sczyrba, A., Ivanova, N.N., Anderson, I.J., Cheng, J.-F., Darling, A., Malfatti, S., Swan, B.K., Gies, E.A., Dodsworth, J.A., Hedlund, B.P., Tsiamis, G., Sievert, S.M., Liu, W.-T., Eisen, J.A., Hallam, S.J., Kyrpides, N.C., Stepanauskas, R., Rubin, E.M., Hugenholtz, P. & Woyke, T., 2013. Insights into the phylogeny and coding potential of microbial dark matter: 431-437.
  61. Brown, C.T., Hug, L.A., Thomas, B.C., Sharon, I., Castelle, C.J., Singh, A., Wilkins, M.J., Wrighton, K.C., Williams, K.H. & Banfield, J.F., 2015. Unusual biology across a group comprising more than 15% of domain Bacteria: 208-211, Suppl. Info..
  62. Zaremba-Niedzwiedzka, K., Caceres, E.F., Saw, J.H., Bäckström, D., Juzokaite, L., Vancaester, E., Seitz, K.W., Anantharaman, K., Starnawski, P., Kjeldsen, K.U., Stott, M.B., Nunoura, T., Banfield, J.F., Schramm, A., Baker, B.J., Spang, A. & Ettema, T.J.G., 2017. Asgard archaea illuminate the origin of eukaryotic cellular complexity: 353-358.
  63. Aria, C. & Caron, J.-B., 2017. Burgess Shale fossils illustrate the origin of the mandibulate body plan: 89-92.
  64. Bi, S., Zheng, X., Wang, X., Cignetti, N.E., Yang, S. & Wible, J.R., 2018. An Early Cretaceous eutherian and the placental–marsupial dichotomy: 390-395.
  65. Détroit, F., Mijares, A.S., Corny, J., Daver, G., Zanolli, C., Dizon, E., Robles, E., Grün, R. & Piper, P.J., 2019. A new species of Homo from the Late Pleistocene of the Philippines: 181-186.
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