▲ The major Hirnantian (latest Ordovician) glaciation substantially affected tropical regions (Wang et al., 2016, Geological Magazine).
▲ Animal fossils from the lower Ediacaran Lantian Formation of South China (Wan et al., 2016, Palaeontology).
▲ New Cretaceous fossils shed light on the early evolution of ants (Perrichot et al., 2016, Current Biology).
▲ A unique angiosperm from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China (Liu et al., 2016, Historical Biology).
▲ Middle Visean (Late Devonian) coral biostrome found in South China (Yao et al., 2016, Palaeo-3).
▲ New fossil insect order elucidates major transition from chewing to piercing mouthparts (Huang et al., 2015, Scientific Reports).
▲ New findings of fossil wood from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota (Ding et al., 2016, Cretaceous Research).
▲ Paleoatmospheric CO2 levels reconstructed based on fossil Ginkgoites from Triassic and Jurassic in China (Wu et al., 2016, Paläontologische Zeitschrift).
▲ Discovery of the Jehol Biota from Bayingebi Basin, northwest China (Li et al., 2016, Palaeoworld).
▲ New brachiopod from Norway and South China in the recovery interval after the end Ordovician mass extinction (Huang et al., 2016., Alcheringa).
▲ A whole plant herbaceous angiosperm from the Middle Jurassic of China (Han et al., 2016, Acta Geologica Sinica).
▲ Morphological analysis of Ozarkodin (Emsian conodonts) from South China (Lu, 2016, Alcheringa).
▲ Recovery brachiopod associations from the lower Silurian of South China (Huang et al., 2016, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences).
▲ The earliest known cormose rhizomorph of putative lycopsid affinity from China (Xu & Wang, 2016, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology).
▲ Furongian (upper Cambrian) Guole Konservat-Lagerstätte in South China (Zhu et al., 2016, Acta Geologica Sinica).
▲ Newly recognized Hirnantian (latest Ordovician) postglacial carbonate rocks and the shelly fossils of South China (Wang et al., 2016, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences).
▲ First record of Norian (Triassic) fossil wood from the Junggar Basin, northwest China (Wan et al., 2016. Palaeo-3).
▲ New results obtained from the studies on the Mesozoic Dipteridaceae ferns (Wang et al., 2015. Journal of Plant Research).
▲ Oceanic redox evolution across the end-Permian mass extinction at Shangsi, South China (Xiang, 2016, Palaeo-3 ).
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