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· Courtship Behaviour Trapped in 100-Million-Year-Old Amber [2017-03-17]
· The palaeodiversity of Agaricales: evidence from mushrooms and mycophagous be... [2017-03-14]
· Specialized beetles shed light on predator–prey associations in the Cretaceous [2017-03-07]
· Global microbial carbonate proliferation after the end Devonian mass extinction [2017-03-03]
· Discovery of diverse radiodontans from the Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstatte [2017-03-03]
· Fossil wood Xenoxylon indicates a palaeoclimatic cooling event in 200 Ma [2017-03-03]
· New progress on the distribution and evolution of the Carboniferous reefs in ... [2017-03-03]
· Fossil treasure-trove reveals post-extinction world ruled by sponges [2017-02-10]
· Discovery of diverse radiodontans from the Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstatte [2017-02-08]
· Calibrating the Guadalupian series (middle Permian) of South China [2017-02-08]
· Using the brachiopod storm shell beds to reveal the palaeo-latitude location ... [2017-02-06]
· Phytolith evidence suggests early domesticated rice since 5600 cal a BP on Ha... [2017-02-06]
· Dissecting Calathium-microbial frameworks: The significance of calathids for ... [2017-02-06]
· Beta-keratin discovery in bird feather fossil may help identify paleo color [2016-11-22]
· Geochronologic age constraints on the Middle Devonian Hujiersite Flora of Xin... [2016-11-16]
· Plant-fungus and plant-arthropod interactions found from the Permian Angara F... [2016-11-04]
· The oldest stromatoporoids from the Lower Ordovician reefs of South China [2016-11-04]
· Early Cretaceous Umkomasia from Mongolia: Implications for homology of coryst... [2016-11-04]
· Middle Devonian dispersed megaspores from Southwest China [2016-10-19]
· Morphometrics and paleoecology of Catenipora (Tabulata) from Upper Ordovician... [2016-10-19]
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