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1.             Blake, D. B., and Guensburg, T. E.  1993.  New Lower and Middle Ordovician stelleroids (Echinodermata) and their bearing on the origins and early history of the stelleroid echinoderms.  Journal of Paleontology, vol. 67(1): 103-112.

2.             Blake, D. B. and Sprinkle, J.  1996.  Astrocratis acutispina, new genus and species, a new asteroid from the Late Cretaceous of Texas.  Eclogae Geologicae Helvetiae, 89(3): 1311-1320

3.             Blake, D. B., and Reid, R. 1998. Some Albian (Cretaceous) asteroids (Echinodermata) from Texas and their paleobiological implications. J. of Paleont. 72(3): 512-532

4.             Blake, D.B., Guensburg, T.E., Sprinkle, J., and Sumrall, C.D. In press. A new, unique, Early Ordovician asteroid (Echinodermata). Journal of Paleontology, 81(6).

5.             Budd, A. F. and Coates, A. G. 1992. Nonprogressive evolution in a clade of Cretaceous Montastraea-like corals. Paleobiology 18: 425-446

6.             Cobban, W.A.,  Hook, S. C., and Kennedy, W. J., 1989, Upper Cretaceous rocks and faunas of southwestern New Mexico

7.             Cobban, W. A. and Kennedy, W. J. 1992. Campanian Trachyscaphites spiniger ammonite fauna in north-east Texas. Palaeontology 35: 63-93, 8 pls, 4 figs

8.             Cobban, W.A. and Kennedy, W.J. 1992. Campanian Trachyscaphites spiniger ammonite fauna in north-east Texas. Palaeontology 35, 63-93, 8 pls, 4 figs

9.             Cobban, W. A. and Kennedy, W. J. 1993. Middle Campanian ammonites and inoceramids from the Wolfe City Sand in northeast Texas. J. Paleont. 67: 71-82, 8 figs

10.         Cobban, W.A. and Kennedy, W.J. 1994. Middle Campanian (Upper Cretaceous) ammonites from the Pecan Gap Chalk of Central and Northeast Texas. Bull. U.S. Geol. Surv. 2073-D, D1-D9, 5 pls

11.         Connolly, W. M., Lambert, L. L., and Stanton, R.J. 1989. Paeoecology of Lower and Middle Pennsylvanian (Middle Carboniferous) Chaetetes in North America. Facies. 20: 139-168

12.         Dhondt, A. V. 1992. Palaeogeographic distribution of Cretaceous Tethyan non-rudist bivalves. In New Aspects on Tethyan Cretaceous Fossil Assemblages. Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften: 75-94.

13.         Dickson, J. A. D. 2002. Fossil Echinoderms as Monitor of the Mg/Ca Ratio of Phanerozoic Oceans. Science 298: 1222-1224

14.         Durden, C. J. 1990. Guide to butterflies of Austin. Texola 6:1-109. (voucher specimens)

15.         Elder, W.P. 1996. Bivalves and gastropods from the Middle Campanian Anacacho Limestone, south central Texas. J.Paleont. 70(2): 247-271

16.         Ellison, S. P., and Powell, J. D.. 1989. Tesnus (Mississippian) Conodonts, Brewster County, Texas. Courier Forsch.-Inst. Senchenberg 117:359-373.

17.         Emmel, T. C. and Austin, G. T.. 1990. The tropical rain forest butterfly fauna of Rondonia, Brazil: Species diversity and conservation. Tropical Lepidoptera 1(1): 1-12. (voucher specimens)

18.         Eyles, N., Vossler, S.M.  and Lagoe, M.B. 1992. Ichnology of a glacially-influenced continental shelf and slope; the late Cenozoic Gulf of Alaska (Yakataga Formation). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 94:193-221.

19.         Filkorn, H. F., Johnson, C. C., Molineux, A., and Scott, R. W. Eds. 2005. Abstracts and Post Congress Field Guide, Seventh International Congress on Rudists, Austin, Texas. SEPM Miscellaneous Publication #6: ISBN 1-56576-119-7: 197 pp

20.         Freeman, G. and Lundelius, J. W. 1999. Changes in the timing of mantle formation and larval life history traits in linguliform and craniform brachiopods. Lethaia 32: 197-217

21.         Freeman, G. and Lundelius, J. W. 2005. The transition from planktotrophy to lecithotrophy in larvae of Lower Palaeozoic Rhynchonelliform brachiopods. Lethaia. 38: 219-254

22.         Guensburg, T.E. and Sprinkle, J. 1992. Rise of echinoderms in the Paleozoic Evolutionary Fauna: Significance of paleoenvironmental controls. Geology, 20(5): 407-410 (+cover photo).

23.         Guensburg, T. E. and Sprinkle, J.  1994.  Revised phylogeny and functional interpretation of the Edrioasteroidea based on new taxa from the Early and Middle Ordovician of western Utah.  Fieldiana (Geology), New Series no. 29: 1-43

24.         Guensburg, T.E. and Sprinkle, J. 2000. Ecologic radiation of Cambro-Ordovician echinoderms, p. 428-444. In: Zhuravlev, A.Y. and Riding, R., (eds.), Ecology of the Cambrian Radiation. Columbia University Press, New York, 525 p.

25.         Guensburg, T. E. and Sprinkle, J. 2001. Earliest crinoids: New evidence for the origin of the dominant Paleozoic echinoderms. Geology, 29:131-134.

26.         Guensburg, T. E. and Sprinkle, J. 2003. The oldest known crinoids (Early Ordovician, Utah) and a new crinoid plate homology system. Bulletins of American Paleontology, 364:1-43 (+ 9 plates)

27.         Guensburg, T.E. and Sprinkle, J. 2007. Phylogenetic implications of the Protocrinoida: Blastozoans are not ancestral to crinoids. Annales de Paleontologie. 93(4):229-338

28.         Garvie, C.L. 1991. Two new species of Muricinae from the Cretaceous and Paleocene of the Gulf Coastal Plain, with comments on the genus Odontopolys Gabb, 1860. Tulane Studies in Geo.and Paleo. 24(3-4): 87-92

29.         Garvie, C.L. 1996. The molluscan macrofauna of the Reklaw Formation, Marquez member (Eocene, lower Claibornian), in Texas. Bull. of American Paleontology. 111 (352): 177pp

30.         Givens, C.R. and Garvie, C.L.. 1994. Strepsidura ficus (Gabb) of Harris (1895), Eocen of Texas; a volutid gastropod species distinct from Whitneya ficus gabb, 1864, Eocene of California. J. of Paleo. 68(2): 274-278

31.         Kennedy, W. J., Wright, C. W. and Hancock, J. M. 1987. Basal Turonian ammonites from west Texas. Palaeontology 30: 27-74.

32.         Kennedy, W. J. 1988. Late Cenomanian and Turonian ammonite faunas from northeast and central Texas. Palaeontological Association, Special Papers in Paleontology, 39: 131 pp.

33.         Kennedy, W. J. and Cobban, W. A. 1988. Mid-Turonian ammonite faunas from northern Mexico. Geological Magazine 125: 593-612. (types)

34.         Kennedy, W. J. and Cobban, W. A. 1988. The Upper Cretaceous ammonite Romaniceras Spath, 1923 in New Mexico. Bull. New Mex. Bur. Min. Miner. Res. 114, 23-34, 10 figs

35.         Kennedy, W.J., Cobban, W.A. and Hook, S.C. 1988. Middle Cenomanian (Late Cretaceous) molluscan fauna from the base of the Boquillas Formation, Cerro de Muleros, Dona Ana County, New Mexico. Bull. New. Mex. Bur. Min. Miner. Res. 114, 35-44, 3 figs

36.         Kennedy, W. J. and Cobban, W. A. 1989. Acompsoceras inconstans zone, a lower Cenomanian marker horizon in Trans-Pecos Texas. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie 178: 133-145.

37.         Kennedy, W.J., Cobban, W.A., Hancock, J.M. and Hook, S.C. 1989. Biostratigraphy of the Chispa Summit Formation at its type locality: A Cenomanian through Turonian reference section for Trans-Pecos Texas. Bull. Geol. Instns. Univ. Uppsala, N.S. 15: 39-119: 34 figs.

38.         Kennedy, W.J. 1990. Cenomanian ammonites from the Woodbine Formation and lower part of the Eagle Ford Group, Texas. Palaeontology, 33: 75-154: 17 pls

39.         Kennedy, W. J. 2004. Ammonites from the Pawpaw Shale (Upper Albian) in northeast Texas. Cretaceous Research. 25: 865-905

40.         Kennedy, W. J. 2005. Keith Young 1918-2004. Cretaceous Research. 26: 347-348

41.         Kennedy, W. J. & W. A. Cobban. 1990. Cenomanian ammonite faunas from the Woodbine Formation and lower part of the Eagle Ford Group, Texas. Palaeontology 33: 75-154.

42.         Kennedy, W.J., Juignet, P. and Girard, J. 1990. Budaiceras hyatti (Shattuck, 1903), a North American index ammonite from the Lower Cenomanian of Haute Normandie, France. Neues Jb. Geol. Palaont. Ab. 1990, 525-535, 5 figs

43.         Kennedy, W. J. and Cobban, W. A. 1993. Lower Cenomanian Forbesiceras brundrettei zone ammonite fauna in Texas, U.S.A. Neues Jb. geol. Palaont. Abh, 188, 327-344, 6 figs

44.         Kennedy, W. J. and Cobban, W. A. 1993. Maastrichtian ammonites from the Corsicana Formation in northeast Texas. Geol. Mag. 130, 57-67, 6 figs

45.         Kennedy, W. J., Hancock, J. M. and Hook, S. C. 1989. Biostratigraphy of the Chispa Summit Formation at its type locality: a Cenomanian through Turonian reference section for Trans-Pecos Texas. Bulletin of the Geological Institution, Uppsala University (n.s.) 15: 39-119.

46.         Kennedy, W.J., Landman, N.H. and Cobban, W.A. 1998. Engonoceratid ammonites from the Glen Rose, Walnut, Goodland and Comanche Peak Formations (Albian) in Texas. Am. Mus. Novit. 3221, 40 pp., 52 figs

47.         Kennedy, W.J., Cobban, W.A., Gale, A.S., Hancock, J.M. and Landman, N.H. 1998. Ammonites from the Weno Limestone (Albian) in northeast Texas. Am. Mus. Novit. 3236, 46 pp., 37 figs

48.         Kennedy, W. J. & W. A. Cobban. 1999. Campanian (late Cretaceous) ammonites from the Anacacho Limestone in south-central Texas. Acta Geol. Polon. 51: 15-30, 6 pls.

49.         Kennedy, W.J., Gale, A.S., Hancock, J.M., Crampton, J.S. and Cobban, W.A. 1999. Ammonites and inoceramid bivalves from close to the Middle-Upper Albian boundary around Fort Worth, Texas. J. Paleont., 73, 1101-1125

50.         Kennedy, W. J. and Cobban, W. A. 2001. Campanian (late Cretaceous) ammonites from the Bergstrom Formation in south-central Texas. Acta geol. Polon. 49: 67-80, 7 pls.

51.         Kennedy, W. J., Cobban, W. A. and Landman, N. L. 2001. A revision of the Turonian members of the ammonite subfamily Collignoniceratinae from the United States Western Interior and Gulf Coast. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. 267: 148 pp., 124 figs., 13 tabs.

52.         Kennedy, J., Landman, J. L.  and Cobban, W. A. 2001. Santonian Ammonites from the Blossom Sand in Northeast Texas. American Museum Novitates 3332:1-9.

53.         Kennedy, W.J. and Cobban, W.A. 2002. A revision of the ammonite types described in C.F. Roemer's Die Kreidebildung von Texas und ihre organischen einschlusse (1852). Acta Geol. Polonica

54.         Kennedy, W.J., Cobban, W.A., Hancock, J.M., and Gale, A.S. 2005. Upper Albian and Lower Cenomanian ammonites from the Main Street Limestone, Grayson Marl and Del Rio Clay in northeast Texas. Cretaceous Research. 26(3):1-80.

55.         Lagoe, M.B., C.H. Eyles, and N. Eyles. 1989. Paleoenvironmental significance of foraminiferal biofacies in the glaciomarine Yakataga Formation, Middleton Island, Gulf of Alaska. Journal of Foraminiferal Research 19:194-209.

56.         Lagoe, M. B., Eyles, C. H., and Eyles, N., 1994, Foraminiferal biofacies and paleoenvironments in Pliocene megachannels of the glaciomarine Yakataga Formation, Gulf of Alaska: Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research, Special Publication, no. 32, p. 127-139

57.         Lagoe, M. B., 1994, Neogene paleoclimate of the Gulf of Alaska and regional correlations to the Bering Sea region: International Conference on Arctic Margins, Proceedings, OCS Study, MMS 94-0040, p. 345-350

58.         Lagoe, M. B., Gary, A.C., Zellers, S., Sloan, B., Noble, P., and Johns, R., 1994, Bathymetric zonation and relationship to sea-bed environments of modem benthic foraminiferal biofacies, northwestern Gulf of Mexico slope: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Transactions, v. 44, p. 356-364

59.         Lagoe, M. B. and Zellers, S.D., 1996, Depositional and microfaunal response to Pliocene climate change and tectonics in the eastern Gulf of Alaska: Marine Micropaleontology 27, 1-4, p. 121-140

60.         Lewis, R. D., J. Sprinkle, Bowman Bailey, J.  Moffit. J. and Parsley, R.. 1987. *Mandalacystis*, a new rhipidocystid eocrinoid from the Whiterockian Stage (Ordovician) in Oklahoma and Nevada. Jour. Paleont. 61(6): 1222-1235. (types)

61.      Littlefield, D.L., Bauman, P.T. and Molineux, A. 2007, Analysis of Formation of the Odessa Crater. International Journal of Impact Engineering. v.34, p.1953-1961

62.      Littlefield, D.L., A. Dawson. (in press) The role of impactor shape and obliquity on crater evolution in celestial impacts. International Journal Impact Engineering

63.         Loubere, P., Gary, A. C. and Lagoe, M. B., 1993a, Generation of the benthic foraminiferal assemblage: Theory and preliminary data: Marine Micropaleontology, v. 20, p. 165-181

64.         Loubere, P., Gary, A. and Lagoe, M. B., 1993b, Sea-bed biogeochemistry and benthic foraminiferal bathymetric zonation on the slope of the northwest Gulf of Mexico: Palaios, v. 8, p. 439-449

65.         Lundelius, E. L. Jr. 1992. The Avenue local fauna, Late Pleistocene vertebrates from terrace deposits at Austin, Texas. Annales Zoologique Fennici 28:329-340.

66.         Mapes, R. H. and Boardman, D. R. 1988. The Upper Paleozoic (Pennsylvanian-Permian) Ammonoid Emilites. J. Paleont. 62:69-75. (types)

67.         Markov, A. V. and Solovjev, A. N. 2002. Echinoids of the Genus Washitaster (Spatangoida): morphology and taxonomic position. Paleontological Journal:36 (4), 368-379

68.         McDougall, K. and Lagoe, M. B., 1993, Foraminiferal data from the Balcom Canyon Section, Ventura Basin, California: United States Geological Survey, Open-File Report 93-386, 132 p

69.         Molineux, A. 1994, A Late Pennsylvanian encruster:  terminal Paleozoic calcified demosponge? Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 17, p 967-982

70.         Molineux, A., 2001, The 360/2244 Outcrop: Access to a Useful Stratigraphic Section of the Cretaceous Albian Platform. In Woodruff and Collins (eds.) “Austin, Texas, and Beyond-Geology and Environment: A field excursion in Memory of L. Edwin Garner”, Guidebook 21, Austin Geological Society, p.35-46

71.         Molineux, A. 2005. Memorial for Keith Preston Young (1918-2004). J. Paleont. 79(4): 633-634

72.         Molineux, A., 2007. A Brief Look at the Paleontology of the Lower Glen Rose Formation. In B.B.Hunt et al. Reimers Ranch and Westcave Preserve: Landscapes, Water, and Lower Cretaceous Stratigraphy of the Pedernales Watershed, Western Travis County, Texas. Austin Geological Society Guidebook: 28 : 54-63

73.         Molineux, A. and Scott, R. W. 2005. Whitestone Lentil, Williamson County. In Filkorn, H. F., Johnson, C. C., Molineux, A., and Scott, R. W. Eds. 2005. Abstracts and Post Congress Field Guide, Seventh International Congress on Rudists, Austin, Texas. SEPM Miscellaneous Publication #6: ISBN 1-56576-119-7: 179-184

74.         Molineux, A. and Triche, N. 2007. Rudist collections as a resource for research at the Texas Natural Science Center. In Scott (Ed) Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms: Environmental Feedback SEPM spec pub #87:231-236

75.         Molineux, A. and Ward, W. C. 2005. Lower Glen Rose Oyster, Coral Monopleurid Biostromes, Sisterdale East, Kendall County. In Filkorn, H. F., Johnson, C. C., Molineux, A., and Scott, R. W. Eds. 2005. Abstracts and Post Congress Field Guide, Seventh International Congress on Rudists, Austin, Texas. SEPM Miscellaneous Publication #6: ISBN 1-56576-119-7: 174-178

76.         Molineux, A., Scott, R.W., Ketcham, R., and Maisano, J., 2007, Rudist taxonomy using X-Ray Computed Tomography.  Palaeontologia electronica, 10(3)

77.         Peters, E. C., Cairns, S. D. Pilson, M. E. Q. Wells, J. W. Jaap, W. C. Lang, J. C. (Cummings) Vasleski, C. E.  and Gollahon, L. St.P.. 1988. Nomenclature and biology of Astrangia poculata (=A. danae, =A. astreiformis) (Cnidaria: Anthozoa). Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington 101(2): 234-250. (voucher specimens)

78.         Puckett, T. Markham. 1994. New ostracode species from an Upper Cretaceous Oyster Reef, Northern Gulf coastal plain, USA. J. Paleont. 68(6): 1321-1335

79.         Puckett, T. Markham, 1997, The genus Krithe (Ostracoda) from the Campanian and Maastrichtian (Upper Cretaceous) of the northern Gulf Coastal Plain, Journal of Micropalaeontology.16: 145-157

80.         Puckett, T. Markham, 2002, Systematics and paleobiogeography of brachycytherine Ostracoda. Micropalaeontology.48: Suppl.2. 87 pp

81.         Rogalla, N. S., Carter, J. G. and Pojeta, J. 2003. Shell microstructure of the Late carboniferous Rostroconch Mollusc Apotocardium lanterna (Branson, 1965). J. Paleont. 77(4): 655-673

82.         Schneider, C. L., Sprinkle, J., and Ryder, D. 2005. Pennsylvanian (Late Carboniferous) Echinoids from the Winchell Formation, north-central Texas. J. Paleont. 79(4): 745-762

83.         Schweitzer, C.E. and Feldman, R. M. 2000. First notice of the Chirostylidae (Decapoda) in the fossil record and the new Tertiary Galatheidae (Decapoda) from the Americas. Bull. Mizunami Fossil Mus. 27: 147-165

84.         Schweitzer, C.E., Feldman, R. M., & Karasawa, H. 2007. Revision of the Carcineretidae Beurlen, 1930 (Decapoda: Barchyura: Portunoidea) and remarks on the Portunoidea Rafinesque, 1815. Annals of Carnegie Museum. 76(1): 15-37

85.         Schweitzer, C.E., Salva, C., and Feldman, R. M. 1999. Re-evaluation of the genus Xanthosia Bell, 1863 (Decapoda:Brachyura:Xanthidae) and description of two new species from the Cretaceous of Texas. J. Paleont. 73(1): 77-90

86.         Scott, R.W., Franks, P.C., Evetts, M.J, Bergen, J.A. and Stein, J.A. 1998. Timing of Mid-Cretaceous relative sea level changes in the Western Interior: Amoco No. 1 Bounds Core. In Stratigraphy and Paleoenvironments of the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. SEPM Concepts in Sedimentology and Paleontology 6: 11-34

87.         Scott, R. W. 2002. Upper Albian benthic foraminifers new in West Texas. Jour. Foram. Res. 32(1): 43-50

88.         Scott, R.W., Amsbury, D.L., Molineux, A., and Ward, W.C. 2007,  Late Aptian Bivalve Assemblage of the Transgressive Hensel Sandstone, Central Texas. In  Scott (Ed) Upper Aptian-Albian Bivalves of Texas and Sonora: Biostratigraphic, Paleoecologic and Biogeographic Implications. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin #39: 39 pps

89.         Scott, R.W., Molineux, A., Loeser, H., and Mancini, E.A. (2007) Lower Albian Sequence Stratigraphy and Coral Buildups: Glen Rose Formation, Texas. In Scott (Ed) Cretaceous Rudists and Carbonate Platforms: Environmental Feedback SEPM spec pub #87:181-192

90.         Sprinkle, J. 1995. Do eocrinoids belong to the Cambrian or to the Paleozoic Evolutionary Fauna?, p. 397-400. In: Cooper, J.D., Droser, M.L., and Finney, S.C., (eds.), Ordovician Odyssey: Short Papers for the Seventh International Symposium on the Ordovician System. Pacific Section-SEPM, Book 77, 498 p.

91.         Sprinkle, J. and Guensburg, T.E. 1993. Appendix D--Echinoderm Biostratigraphy, p. 61-63 and Plate III. In: Ross, R.J., Jr., Hintze, L.F., Ethington, R.L., Miller, J.F., Taylor, M.E., and Repetski, J.E., The Ibexian Series (Lower Ordovician), a replacement for “Canadian Series” in North American chronostratigraphy. U.S.Geological Survey Open-File Report 93-598, 75 p.

92.         Sprinkle, J. and Wahlman, G. P.  1994.  New echinoderms from the Early Ordovician of west Texas.  J. Paleont, 68(2): 324-338.

93.         Sprinkle, J. and Guensburg, T.E. 1997. Early radiation of echinoderms, p. 205-224. In: Waters, J.A. and Maples, C.G. (eds.), Geobiology of Echinoderms. Paleontological Society Papers, Vol. 3, 355 p.

94.         Sprinkle, J. and Guensburg, T. E. 1995. Origin of echinoderms in the Paleozoic Evolutionary Fauna: the role of substrates. Palaios, 10:437-453.

95.         Sprinkle, J. and Guensburg, T. E.  2001.  Growing a stalked echinoderm within the Extraxial-Axial Theory, p. 59-65.  In  Barker, M. F. (ed.), Echinoderms 2000 (Proceedings of the 10th International Echinoderm Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 31 January - 4 February 2000).  A. A. Balkema, Lisse, Netherlands, 590 p

96.         Sprinkle, J. and Guensburg, T.E. 2003. Major expansion of echinoderms in the early Late Ordovician (Mohawkian, middle Caradoc) and its possible causes, p. 327-332. In: Albanesi, G.L., Beresi, M.S., and Peralta, S.H. (eds.), Ordovician from the Andes. Instituta Superior de Correlación Geológica (INSUGEO), Serie Correlación Geológica 17, 552 p.

97.         Sprinkle, J. and Guensburg, T. E. 2004. Crinozoan, blastozoan, echinozoan, asterozoan, and homalozoan echinoderms, p. 266-280. In Webby, B. D., Droser, M. L., Paris, F., and Percival, I. (eds.), The Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event. Columbia University Press, New York, 484 p.

98.         Sprinkle, J., and Wilbur, B. 2005. Deconstructing helicoplacoids: Reinterpreting the most enigmatic Cambrian Echinoderm. Geological Journal: 40(3): 281-293.

99.         Stewart, L., Lagoe, M. B., and Behrens, E.W., 1994, Late Holocene foraminiferal biofacies from Baffin Bay, Texas: Preliminary analysis of a 4000 year record of paleosalinity: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, Transactions. 44: 709-716

100.      Stewart, L. B., Morton, R. A and Lagoe, M. B. 1996. Holocene development of the southeastern Texas coast, Sabine Lake area, from foraminiferal biofacies. In: Transactions of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 46:391-400.

101.      Stewart, L. B., Morton, R. A.  and Lagoe, M. B. 1996. Holocene development of the southeastern Texas coast, Sabine Lake area, from foraminiferal biofacies. In: AAPG Bulletin 80:1514-1515

102.      Stolarski, J. 1996. Gardenaria- a scleractinian living fossil. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 41:339-367

103.      Sumrall, C.D. 1997. The role of fossils in the phylogenetic reconstruction of Echinodermata, p. 267-288. In Waters, J.A. and Maples, C.G. (eds.), Geobiology of Echinoderms. Paleontological Society Papers, Vol. 3, 355 p.

104.      Sumrall, C. D. and Sprinkle, J.  1995.  Plating and pectinirhombs of the Ordovician rhombiferan Plethoschisma.  Journal of Paleontology, 69(4): 772-778.

105.      Sumrall, C.D. and Sprinkle, J. 1998. Phylogenetic analysis of Echinodermata based on primitive fossil taxa, p. 81-87. In: Mooi, R. and Telford, M. (eds.), Echinoderms: San Francisco (Proceedings of the 9th International Echinoderm Conference). A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam, 923 p.

106.      Sumrall, C. D. and Sprinkle, J.  1999.  Ponticulocarpus, a new cornute-grade stylophoran from the Middle Cambrian Spence Shale of Utah.  J. Paleont. 73(5): 886-891

107.      Sumrall, C. D., Sprinkle, J., and Bonem, R.M. 2006. An edrioasteroid-dominated echinoderm assemblage from a Lower Pennsylvanian marine conglomerate in Oklahoma. J. Paleont. 80(2): 229-244

108.      Sumrall, C. D., Sprinkle, J., and Guensburg, T. E.  1997.  Systematics and paleo-ecology of Late Cambrian echinoderms from the western United States.  J. Paleont.  71(6): 1091-1109

109.      Sumrall, C. D., Sprinkle, J., and Guensburg, T. E.  2001.  Comparison of flattened blastozoan echinoderms: insights from the new Early Ordovician eocrinoid Haimacystis rozhnovi.  J. Paleont. 75(5): 985-992.

110.      Westgate, J. W. 1994. Eocene forest-swamp. National Geographic Research & Exploration 10: 80-91

111.      Wieder, R. W., and Feldman, R. M.. 1992. Mesozoic and Cenozoic fossil isopods of North America. J. Paleont. 66: 958-972

112.      Woo, K.-Y., Anderson, T. F., and Sandberg, P. A.. 1993. Diagenesis of skeletal and nonskeletal components of mid-Cretaceous limestones. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology 63: 18-32.

113.      Young, K. 1988, Karakaschiceras and the Late Valanginian of Northern Mexico and Texas. :pp. 621-632, 1 text-fig., 1 pl. in Wiedmann J., &J. Kullman,(eds.),Cephalopods-Present and Past:  Stuttgart, Schwelzerbart'sche verlagbuchhandlung

114.      Young, K. 1992, Late Albian (Cretaceous) ammonites from Sierra Mojada, western Coahuila, Mexico: Texas Journal of Science, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 413-420, 4 figs

115.      Young, K. 1993. Middle Albian ammonites from El Madero, West-central Chihuahua. The Texas Journal of Science, vol. 45, no. 2, pp. 165-176, 3 figs

116.      Young, K. and Gordon, M. 1993. Bathonian and Valanginian fossils from Honduras. Lyon, France, Geobios, M. S. no. 15, pp. 176-179,1 fig., I pl

117.      Young, K. and Oloriz, F 1993. Ammonites from the Smackover Limestone, Cotton Valley Field, Webster Paris/ Louisiana, U. S, A: Lyon/ France, Geobios, M.S. no. 15, pp. 401-409, 5 figs., 2 pls

118.      Young, K. 1994. Emil Boese’s Search for an Ancient Landmass; Earth Science History, vol. 13, no. 1. pp. 58-66, 7 figs

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