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  20. O'Connor, J.K., Gao, K.-Q. & Chiappe, L.M., 2010. A new ornithuromorph (Aves: Ornithothoraces) bird from the Jehol Group indicative of higher-level diversity: 311-321.
  21. Mickle, K.E., 2011. The Early Actinopterygian Fauna of the Manning Canyon Shale Formation (Upper Mississippian, Lower Pennsylvanian) of Utah, U.S.A.: 962–980.
  22. Gaetano, L.C. & Rougier, G.W., 2011. New Materials of Argentoconodon fariasorum (Mammaliaformes, Triconodontidae) from the Jurassic of Argentina and its bearing on Triconodont Phylogeny: 829-843.
  23. Stocker, M.R., 2012. A New Phytosaur (Archosauriformes, Phytosauria) from the Lot's Wife Beds (Sonsela Member) within the Chinle Formation (Upper Triassic) of Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona: 573-586.
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