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Reference: Acta Palaeontologica Polonica
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Acta Palaeontologica Polonica.


  1. Perle, A., Maryañska, T. & Osmólska, H., 1982. Goyocephale lattimorei gen. et sp. n., a new flat-headed pachycephalosaur (Ornithischia, Dinosauria) from the Upper Cretaceous of Mongolia.: 115-127.
  2. Gawor-Biedowa, E., 1987. New benthic foraminifers from the Late Cretaceous of Poland: 49-71, pls. 23-30.
  3. Butler, P.M., 2000. Review of the early allotherian mammals: 317-342.
  4. Rich, T.H., Vickers-Rich, P., Trusler, P., Flannery, T.F., Cifelli, R., Constantine, A., Kool, L. & van Klaveren, N., 2001b. Monotreme nature of the Australian Early Cretaceous mammal Teinolophos.: 113-118.
  5. Luo, Z.-X., Kielan-Jaworowska, Z. & Cifelli, R.L., 2002. In quest for a phylogeny of Mesozoic mammals: 1-78.
  6. Ferretti, M.P., 2003. Structure and evolution of mammoth molar enamel: 383-396.
  7. Delfino, M., Piras, P. & Smith, T., 2005. Anatomy and phylogeny of the gavialoid crocodylian Eosuchus lerichei from the Paleocene of Europe: 565-580.
  8. Dlussky, G. & Radchenko, A., 2006. A new ant genus from the late Eocene European amber: 561-567.
  9. Liu, J., Shu, D., Han, J., Zhang, Z. & Zhang, X., 2006. A large xenusiid lobopod with complex appendages from the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte: 215-222.
  10. Han, J., Liu, J., Zhang, Z., Zhang, X. & Shu, D., 2007. Trunk ornament on the palaeoscolecid worms Cricocosmia and Tabelliscolex from the Early Cambrian Chengjiang deposits of China: 423–431.
  11. Kielan-Jaworowska, Z., Ortiz-Jaureguizar, E., Vieytes, C., Pascual, R. & Goin, F., 2007. First ?cimolodontan multituberculate mammal from South America.: 257-262.
  12. Liu, J., Shu, D., Han, J., Zhang, Z. & Zhang, X., 2008. The lobopod Onychodictyon from the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte revisited: 285-292.
  13. Rich, T.H., Vickers-Rich, P., Flannery, T.F., Kear, B.P., Cantrill, D.J., Komarower, P., Kool, L., Pickering, D., Trusler, P., Morton, S., van Klaveren, N. & Fitzgerald, E.M.G., 2009. An Australian multituberculate and its palaeobiogeographic implications.: 1-6.
  14. Säilä, L.K., 2009. Alpha taxonomy of the Russian Permian procolophonoid reptiles: 599-608.
  15. Kammerer, C.F., Nesbitt, S.J. & Shubin, N.H., 2012(2011). The first silesaurid dinosauriform from the Late Triassic of Morocco: 277-284.
  16. Sweetman, S.C., Pedreira-Segade, U. & Vidovic, S.U., 2015. A new bernissartiid crocodyliform from the Lower Cretaceous Wessex Formation (Wealden Group, Barremian) of the Isle of Wight, southern England: 257-268.
  17. Canudo, J.I., Carballido, J.L., Garrido, A. & Salgado, L., 2018. A new rebbachisaurid sauropod from the Aptian-Albian, Lower Cretaceous Rayoso Formation, Neuquén, Argentina: 679-691.
  18. Solé, F. & Mennecart, B., 2019. A large hyaenodont from the Lutetian of Switzerland expands the body mass range of the European mammalian predators during the Eocene: 275-290.
  19. Czaplewski, N.J. & Baker, C.G., 2022. Carnassiform notches improve the functional efficiency of bat molar shearing crests: 257-282.
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