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Grunt, T. A. 1965. Nadsemeistvo Athyridasea [Superfamily Athyridacea]. In V. E. Ruzhencev & T. G. Sarycheva, eds., Razvitie i smena morskikh organizmov na rubezhe paleozoia i mesozoia [Evolution and change of marine organisms at the Paleozoic-Mesozoic boundary]. Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 108:237–253.

Grunt, T. A. 1973. Genus Boloria. In T. A. Grunt & V. Yu Dmitriev, Permskie Brakhiopody Pamira [Permian Brachiopoda of the Pamir]. Akademia Nauk SSSR, Paleontologicheskogo Institut, Trudy (Moscow) 136:119–121.

Grunt, T. A. 1976. Gladkie atirididy (Brakhiopodi) v kammenougol’nikh otlozheniiakh podmoskov’ia [Smooth athyrids in the Carboniferous deposits of the Moscow region]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1976(3):71–86, 6 pl. In Russian.

Grunt, T. A. 1977. Kamennougol’nye spiriferidy semeistva Martiniidae Sibiri i Arktiki [Carboniferous spiriferids of the family Martiniidae of Siberia and the Arctic]. In T. G. Sarycheva, ed., Brakhiopody verkhnego paleo-zoiia Sibiri i Arktiki [Brachiopods of the Upper Paleozoic of Siberia and Arctic], Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Paleontologicheskii Institut, Trudy 162:63–71, fig. 12–15, pl. 11–12. In Russian.

Grunt, T. A. 1977. Atiridy verkhnego Paleozoia sibiri i Arktiki [Athyrids of the Upper Paleozoic of Siberia and the Arctic]. In T. G. Sarycheva, Brakhiopody verkhnego Paleozoia Sibiri i Arktiki [Upper Paleozoic brachiopods of Siberia and the Arctic]. Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 162:71–91, fig. 16–40, pl. 12–14.

Grunt, T. A. 1977. Novye martiniidy i atyrididy (Brachiopoda) iz nijnekamennougol’nykh otlozhenii zapadnoi Mongolii [New forms of martiniids and athyridids (Brachiopoda) from the Lower Carboniferous of western Mongolia]. In L. P. Tatarinov, ed., Bespozvonochnye Paleozoia Mongolii [Paleozoic invertebrates of Mongolia], Trudy Sovmestnoi Sovetsko-Mongol’skoi Paleontologicheskoi Ekspeditsii [Joint Soviet-Mongolian Paleontological Expedition, Transactions]. Academy of Sciences, Nauka. Moscow. p. 78–85, 6 fig., pl. 7. In Russian.

Grunt, T. A. 1980. Atirididy Russkoi platformy [Athyrididae of Russian Platform]. Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 182:1– 164, 84 fig., 17 pl.

Grunt, T. A. 1982. Mikrostructura rakoviny brakhiopod otriada Athyridida [Shell structure in brachiopods, order Athyridida]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 4:21–35.

Grunt, T. A. 1984. Morfogenez, sistema, osnovnye napravleviia evoliutsii brakhiopod otriada Athyridida [Morphogenesis, classification and main evolutionary trends of brachiopods in the order Athyrididae]. In E. A. Ivanova & G. A. Afanas'eva, ed., Voprosy evolutsionnoi morfologii brakhiopod. Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 199:63–80.

Grunt, T. A. 1986. Sistema brakhiopod otriada atiridida [Classification of brachiopods of the order Athyridida]. Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 215:200 p., 80 fig., 32 pl.

Grunt, T. A. 1989. Otriad Atiridida (evoliutsionnaia morfologiia i istoricheskoe razvitie) [Order Athyridida (evolutionary morphology and phylogeny)]. Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Trudy Paleontologicheskogo Instituta 238:1–141.

Grunt, T. A, 1991. Novye Paleozoiskie Atirididy (Brakhiopoda) Mongolii [New Paleozoic athyridids (Brachiopoda) from Mongolia]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal 1991(3):65–76, 6 fig., pl. 7–8.

Grunt, T. A., & V. Yu. Dmitriev. 1973. Permskie brakhiopody Pamira [Permian Brachiopoda of the Pamir]. Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Paleontologicheskii Institut, Trudy 136:8–209, 16 pl.

Guillier, A. 1881. Note sur les Lingules du Grès Armoricain de la Sarthe. Société Géologique de France, Bulletin (series 3) 9:372–377.

Gumbel, C. W. 1861. Geognostische Beschreibung des bayerischen Alpengebirges. J. Perthes. Gotha. xx + 1–950 p., pl. 1–42.

Gupta, V. J. 1984. Halorelella stoliczkai Suess, 1894 from Ladakh, India. Bulletin, Indian Geologists’ Association 17(1):105–106.

Gürich, Georg. 1896. Das Palaeozoicum Polnischen Mittelgebirge. Verhandlungen der Russisch-Kaiserlichen Mineralogischen Gesellschaft zu St. Petersbourg (series 2) 32:1–539, pl. 1–15.

Gürich, Georg. 1903. Das Devon von Debnik bei Krakau. Beiträge zur Paläontologie und Geologie Österreich-Ungarns und des Orients 15:127–152, 2 pl.

Gürich, G. 1909. Leitfossilien [Ein Hilfsbuch zum Bestimmen von Versteinerungen bei geologischen Arbeiten in der Sammlung und im Felde], vol. 2, Devon. Gebrüder Borntraeger. Berlin. p. 97–199, pl. 29–52.

Gustus, R. M., & R. A. Cloney. 1972. Ultrastructural similarities between setae of brachiopods and polychaetes. Acta Zoologica 53:229–233.

Gutmann, W. F., Klaus Vogel, & H. Zorn. 1978. Brachiopods: Biomechanical interdependences governing their origin and phylogeny. Science 199:890–893.

Haas, H. J. 1883. Nachträge zu den Brachiopoden des Reichländischen Jura. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geologie und Palaeontologie (beilage band) 2:253–254.

Haas, H. J. 1890. Kritische Beiträge zur Kenntniss der jurassischen Brachiopodenfauna des schweizerischen Juragebirges und seiner angrenzenden Landestheile, part II. Schweizerische palaeontologische Gesellschaft, Abhandlungen 17:36–102, pl. 3–5.

Haas, H. J. 1893. Kritische Beiträge zur Kenntniss der jurassischen Brachiopodenfauna des schweizerischen Juragebirges und seiner angrenzenden Landestheile. Part III. Die Terebratulae biplicatae des Malm. Schweizerische palaeontologische Gesellschaft, Abhandlungen 20:103–147, pl. 11–23.

Haas, Otto. 1912. Die Fauna des mittleren Lias von Ballino in Südtyrol. I. Theil. Brachiopoden, Lamellibranchiaten und Gastropoden. Beiträge zur Paläontologie und Geologie Österreich-Ungarns 25(4):223–285, pl. 19–20.

Hadding, A. 1913. Undre Dicellograptusskiffern i Skåne jämte några därmed ekvivelenta bildningar. Lund Universitets Årsskrift (new series) 9(2) no. 15:1–90, pl. 1–8.

Hadding, A. 1919. Kritische Studien über die Terebratula-Arten des Schwedischen Kreideformation. Palaeontographica 63:1–24.

von Hagenow, F. 1842. Monographie der Rugen’schen Kreide-Versteinerungen III. Abt. Mollusken. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie, Geognosie, Geologie, und Petrefakten-Kunde 1842:528–579, pl. 9.

Halanych, K. M, 1991. 5S ribosomal RNA sequences inappropriate for phylogenetic reconstruction. Molecular Biology and Evolution 8:249–253.

Hall, James. 1843. Survey of the Fourth Geological District. Natural History of New York, Geology, vol. 4.Carroll&Cook.Albany.ix + 525 p., pl. 1–19.

Hall, James. 1843. Notes explanatory of a section from Cleveland, Ohio, to the Mississippi River, in a southwest direction; with remarks upon the identity of the western formations with those of New York. Association of American Geologists & Naturalists, Transactions 1843:267–293, 12 pl.

Hall, James. 1843. Geology of New York. Part IV. Comprising the Survey of the Fourth Geological District. Carroll and Cook Printers. Albany. p. 1– 683, pl. i–xix, table 1–14.

Hall, James. 1847. Palaeontology of New York, vol. 1. Containing descriptions of the organic remains of the lower division of the New-York System. C. van Benthuysen. New York. 338 p., 100 pl.

Hall, James. 1850. On the Brachiopoda of the Silurian Period. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science 2:247–351.

Hall, James. 1852. Palaeontology of New York, vol. 2. Containing descriptions of the organic remains of the lower middle division of the New-York system (equivalent in part to the middle Silurian rocks of Europe). C. van Benthuysen. Albany. 362 p., 104 pl.

Hall, James. 1857. Descriptions of new species of Paleozoic fossils from the Lower Helderberg, Oriskany Sandstone, Upper Helderberg, Hamilton and Chemung Groups. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 10th Annual Report. Albany. p. 41–186. Also published in the Report of the Regents of the University for 1856:146 p.

Hall, James. 1857. Geology and Palaeontology of the boundary. United States & Mexico Boundary Survey, Report of W. H. Emory 1(2):101–140, 144–146, pl. 1 & 20–21.

Hall, James. 1858. Report on the geological survey of the state of Iowa; embracing the results of investigations made during portions of the years 1855–1857. In J. Hall & J. D. Whitney, eds., Palaeontology, vol. 1, part 2. Published by authority of the legislature of Iowa. Des Moines. p. 473–724, pl. 1–29.

Hall, James. 1858. Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Carboniferous rocks of Indiana and Illinois. Transactions of the Albany Institute 4:36 p.

Hall, James. 1859–1861. Palaeontology of New York, volume 3, part 1 (text), containing descriptions and figures of the organic remains of the Lower Helderberg Group and Oriskany Sandstone. Geological Survey of New York. Albany. 532 p., pl. 1–120 were published in 1861.

Hall, James. 1859. Contributions to the Palaeontology of New-York; being some of the results of investigations made during the years 1855, ’56, ’57, and ’58. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 12th Annual Report. Albany. p. 7–110. Observations on genera of Brachiopoda, p. 23–44; Catalogue of the species of fossils described in volumes I, II, and III of the Palaeontology of New York with the corrections in nomenclature, as far as determined to the present time, p. 63–96.

Hall, James. 1859. Palaeontology of New York, vol. 3. Containing descriptions and figures of the organic remains of the lower Helderberg Group and the Oriskany Sandstone. New York Geological Survey, Natural History of New York. C. van Benthuysen. Albany. 532 p., 120 pl. Text published in 1859, plates in 1861.

Hall, James. 1860. Contributions to the Palaeontology of New York; 1858 & 1859. Appendix, Part F, of the 13th Annual Report of the Regents of the University of the State of New York on the condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, and the Historical and Antiquarian Collection annexed thereto. Albany. p. 53–125. Observations on genera of Brachiopoda, p. 65–73; observations on the genera Athyris (=Spirigera), Merista (=Camarium), Meristella, and Leyorhynchus, p. 73–75; descriptions of new species of fossils from the Hamilton group of western New York, with notices of others from the same horizon in Iowa and Indiana, p. 76–94.

Hall, James. 1860. Observations on Brachiopoda. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 13th Annual Report. Albany. p. 65–75.

Hall, James. 1860. Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Hamilton Group of western New York, with notices of others from the same horizon in Iowa and Indiana. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 13th Annual Report. Albany. p. 76–94.

Hall, James. 1861. Descriptions of new species of fossils; from the investigations of the survey. Geological Survey of Wisconsin, Report of the Superintendent, Jan. 1, 1861:9–52.

Hall, James. 1861. Observations upon some new and other species of fossils, from the rocks of Hudson-River Group of Ohio and the western states; with descriptions. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 14th Annual Report. Albany. p. 89–92.

Hall, James. 1861. Contributions to the paleontology of New York. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 14th Annual Report. Albany. p. 87–110. Descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton, and Chemung groups; with observations upon previously described species, p. 99–109.

Hall, James. 1862. Contributions to Palaeontology comprising descriptions of new species of fossils from the Upper Helderberg and Chemung Groups. 15th Annual Report State Cabinet of Natural History. Albany. p. 27–197.

Hall, James. 1863. Art. XII. Notice of some new species of fossils from a locality of the Niagara Group, in Indiana; with a list of identified species from the same place. Albany Institute Transactions 4:195– 228. Abstract from a paper read before the Albany Institute, April 29, 1862. Also published as an independent booklet, paginated 1–34.

Hall, James. 1863. Descriptions of new species of Brachiopoda, from the Upper Helderberg, Hamilton and Chemung Groups. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 16th Annual Report. Albany. p. 19–37.

Hall, James. 1863. Contributions to palaeontology; principally from investigations made during the years 1861 and 1862. 2. Observations upon some of the brachiopoda with reference to the characters of the genera Cryptonella, Centronella, Meristella,Trematospira, Rhynchospira, Retzia, Leptocoelia and allied forms. 16th Annual Report of the Regents of the University of the State of New York on the Condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History, and the Antiquarian and Historical Collection annexed thereto. Comstock & Cassidy, printers. Albany. p. 38–61.

Hall, James. 1863. Contributions to palaeontology. 16th Annual Report of the Regents of the University of the State of New York on the condition of the State Cabinet of Natural History. Albany. p. 3–226, pl. 1– 11.

Hall, James. 1867. Note on the genus Eichwaldia (Billings). New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 20th Annual Report. Albany. p. 274–278, 7 fig.

Hall, James. 1867. Notice of Volume IV of the Palaeontology of New York; with an enumeration of the species described, and observations on their relation to Carboniferous forms. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 20th Annual Report. Albany. p. 145–168.

Hall, James. 1867. Account of some new or little-known species of fossils from the rocks of the age of the Niagara Group. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 20th Annual Report. Albany. p. 305–401, pl. 10–23.

Hall, James. 1867. Descriptions and figures of fossil Brachiopoda of the Upper Helderburg, Hamilton, Portage and Chemung Groups. Natural History of New York, Palaeontology, vol. 4, part 1. New York State Geological Survey. Albany. 428 p., 63 pl.

Hall, James. 1871. Notes on some new or imperfectly known forms among the Brachiopoda. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 23rd Annual Report, Preliminary Notice. Albany. p. 1–5.

Hall, James. 1871. Descriptions of some new species of fossils, from the shales of the Hudson River Group, in the vicinity of Cincinnati, Ohio. State Cabinet of Natural History, 24th Report, Advance Copy. Albany. p. 1–8, 4 pl.

Hall, James. 1872. Notes on some new or imperfectly known forms among the Brachiopoda, etc. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 23rd Annual Report, Preliminary Notice. Albany. p. 244–247, 13 pl.

Hall, James. 1872. Reply to a “Note on a question of priority.” American Journal of Science and Arts (series 3) 4:105–109. Also published in New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 23rd Annual Report. Albany. p. 248–252 (1873).

Hall, James. 1879. The fauna of the Niagara Group, in central Indiana. New York State Museum of Natural History, 28th Annual Report. Albany. p. 99–203, pl. 3–34.

Hall, James. 1883. Brachiopoda, plates and explanations. New York State Geologist, 2nd Annual Report for 1882. Albany. p. 1–17, pl. 1–61.

Hall, James. 1889. 8th Annual Report of the New York State Geologist for the year 1888. 42nd Report on the State Cabinet of Natural History. Troy Press. Albany. p. 349–496.

Hall, James. 1891. The genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. New York State Geologist, 10th Annual Report. Albany. p. 15–18. Also published in New York State Museum, 44th Annual Report. Albany. p. 45–48.

Hall, James. 1891. Preliminary notice of Newberria, a new genus of brachiopods, with remarks on its relations to Rensselaeria and Amphigenia. New York State Geologist, Annual Report 10:97–98.

Hall, James. 1894. Paleontology. New York State Geologist, 13th Annual Report for 1893, part 2. Albany. p. 601–943, pl. 23–54.

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1890. Extract. Palaeontology of New York, vol. 8, part 1. Charles van Benthuysen &Sons. Albany. p. 120–137, 160, pl. 4E–4F.

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1892. An Introduction to the Study of the Genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda, Natural History of New York, Palaeontology, vol. 8, part 1. New York Geological Survey. Charles van Benthuysen & Sons. Albany. 367 p., 20 pl.

Hall, J., & J. M. Clarke. 1892–1894. An introduction to the study of the genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. New York Geological Survey 8. Pt. 1(1892):i–xvi, 1– 367, pl. 1–20; Pt. 2: i–xvi, 1–394, pl. 21–84.

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1893. An Introduction to the Study of the Genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. Palaeontology of New York, vol. 8, Part 2. Charles van Benthuysen & Sons. Albany. p. 1–317. Fascicle I, p. 1–176, was published in July 1893. Fascicle II, p. 177–317, was published in December 1893. The plates were published in 1895 (see Hall & Clarke, 1895).

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1894. An introduction to the study of the genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda, Natural History of New York, Palaeontology, vol. 8, part 2. New York Geological Survey. Charles van Benthuysen & Sons. Albany. xvi + 394 p., pl. 21–84.

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1894. An introduction to the study of the Brachiopoda, intended as a handbook for the use of students. Thirteenth Annual Report of the New York State Geologist for the year 1893, vol. 2—Palaeontology. James B. Lyon. Albany. p. 751–943, fig. 287–669, pl. 23–54.

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1894. The Evolution of the Genera of the Palaeozoic Brachiopoda. New York State Museum, 47th Annual Report. Albany. p. 803–851, 943–1,137. Summary, p. 803–834; Table of classification, p. 835–840; Description of new species figured in volume VIII, Part 2, p. 841– 851; An introduction to the study of the Brachiopoda intended as a hand book for the use of students. Part II: The genera of Brachiopoda, p. 943–1,100; The evolution and classification of the genera of the Brachiopoda, p. 1,101–1,124; Table of Classification, p. 1,125–1,132, Index. Also published in the 13th Annual Report of the New YorkState Geologist 13:601–657, 749–943, pl. 23– 54; extracted from Palaeontology of New York, vol. 8, part 2, p. 319–370.

Hall, J., & J. M. Clarke. 1894–1895. An introduction to the study of the Brachiopoda intended as a Handbook for the use of Students. New York State Geologist Annual Report for 1891 (1894):134– 300, pl. 1–22; continuation (pt. 2) New York State Geologist Annual Report for 1893 (1894) [1895]:751–943, pl. 23–54.

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1895. The new species of Brachiopoda described in Palaeontology of New York, Vol. VIII, Parts 1 and 2. 1892–1894. New York State Geologist, Annual Report 14:325–402, pl. 1–14.

Hall, James, & J. M. Clarke. 1895[1894]. An introduction to the study of the genera of Palaeozoic Brachiopoda, Natural History of New York, Palaeontology, vol. 8, part 2. New York Geological Survey. Charles van Benthuysen & Sons. Albany. xvi + 394 p., pl. 21–84. Pages 1–317 were previously published in 1893 (see Hall & Clarke, 1893). Pages 318–394 and the plates were published for the first time in 1895. The date on the title page is 1894 but the book was not released until early 1895.

Hall, James, & F. B. Meek. 1856. Description of new species of fossils from the Cretaceous formations of Nebraska, with observations upon Baculites ovatus and B. compressus; and the progressive development of the septa in Baculites, Ammonites, and Scaphites. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Memoirs 5:379–411, 8 pl.

Hall, James, & R. P. Whitfield. 1872. Description of new species of fossils from the vicinity of Louisville, Kentucky, and the Falls of the Ohio. New York State Cabinet of Natural History, 24th Annual Report. Albany. p. 181–200.

Hall, James, & R. P. Whitfield. 1875. Descriptions of invertebrate fossils mainly from the Silurian System: fossils of the Hudson River Group. Ohio Geological Survey, Report (Geology & Palaeontology) 2(2):67– 347, 25 pl.

Hall, James, & J. D. Whitney. 1858. Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa; embracing the results of investigations made during portions of the years 1855–1857, vol. 1, part 2, Palaeontology. Published by the authority of the Legislature of Iowa. p. 473–724, 118 fig., pl. 1–29.

Hallam, A, 1992. Phanerozoic Sea-Level Changes. Columbia University Press. New York. 266 p.

Hamada, Takashi. 1968. Swaicoelia, a new ambocoeliid genus (Brachiopoda) from north Thailand. In T. Kobayashi & R. Toriyama, eds., Geology and Palaeontology of Southeast Asia, vol. 5. University of Tokyo Press. Tokyo. p. 1–12.

Hamada, Takashi. 1968. Ambocoeliids from red beds in the Malayan Peninsula. In T. Kobayashi & R. Toriyama, eds., Geology and Palaeontology of Southeast Asia, vol. 5. University of Tokyo Press. Tokyo. p. 13–25.

Hamada, Takashi. 1969. Devonian brachiopods from Kroh, Upper Perak in Malaysia (Malaya). Geology and Palaeontology of Southeast Asia 7:1–13, pl.1–2.

Hamada, Takashi. 1969. Late Palaeozoic brachiopods from red beds in the Malayan Peninsula. In T. Kobayashi & R. Toriyama, eds., Geology and Palaeontology of Southeast Asia, Tokyo 6:251–264, pl. 25–26.

Hamada, Takashi. 1971. Early Devonian brachiopods from the Lesser Khingan district of north east China. Palaeontological Society of Japan, Special Papers 15:iv + 98 p., 23 fig., 30 pl.

Hamlet, Beata. 1928. Permische brachiopoden, lamellibranchiaten und gastropoden von Timor. Jaarbock van het Mijwezen in Nedelansch Oostindie Gravenhage 56(2):1–72, pl. 1–10.

Hammen, C. S. 1968. Aminotransferase activities and amino acid excretion of bivalve molluscs and brachiopods. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 26:697–705.

Hammen, C. S. 1969. Lactate and succinate oxidoreductases in marine invertebrates. Marine Biology 4:233–238.

Hammen, C. S. 1971. Metabolism of brachiopods and bivalve molluscs. In R. Alvardo, E. Gadea, & A. de Haro, eds., Actas del I Symposio International de Zoofilogenia, Salamanca, 1969, Acta Salmanticensia, Ciencias 36:471–478.

Hammen, C. S. 1977. Brachiopod metabolism and enzymes. American Zoologist 17:141–147.

Hammen, C. S., & R. C. Bullock, 1991. Opine oxidoreductases in brachiopods, bryozoans, phoronids and molluscs. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 19:263–269.

Hammen, C. S., D. P. Hanlon, & S. C. Lum. 1962. Oxidative metabolism of Lingula. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 5:185–192.

Hammen, C. S., & S. C. Lum. 1966. Fumarate reductase and succinate dehydrogenase activities in bivalve mollusks and brachiopods. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 19:775–781.

Hammen, C. S., & S. C. Lum. 1977. Salinity tolerance and pedicle regeneration of Lingula. Journal of Paleontology 51:548–551.

Hammen, C. S., & P. J. Osborne. 1959. Carbon dioxide fixation in marine invertebrates: a survey of major phyla. Science 130:1409–1410.

Hammond, L. S. 1980. The larvae of a discinid (Brachiopoda, Inarticulata) from inshore waters near Townsville, Australia, with revised identifications of previous records. Journal of Natural History 14:647– 661.

Hammond, L. S. 1982. Breeding season, larval development and dispersal of Lingula anatina (Brachiopoda, inarticulata) from Townsville, Australia. Journal of Zoology, London 198:183–196.

Hammond, L. S. 1983. Experimental studies of salinity tolerance, burrowing behavior and pedicle regeneration in Lingula anatina (Brachiopoda, Inarticulata). Journal of Paleontology 57:1311– 1316.

Hammond, L. S. 1984. Epibiota from the valves of recent Lingula (Brachiopoda). Journal of Paleontology 58:1528–1531.

Hammond, L. S., & I. R. Poiner. 1984. Genetic structure of three populations of the “living fossil” brachiopod Lingula from Queensland, Australia. Lethaia 17:139–143.

Han Tong-xiang, Saiyi Wang, Liu Xinglin, Liu Yu, & Li Run-luan. 1987. The classification and correlation of Permo-Carboniferous coal measures in Xishan, Taiguan. In Yang Xi-ru, Pan Sui-xian, & Cheng Bao­zhao, eds., Sedimentary Environments of Taiyuan Xishau Coal Basin. Geological Publishing House. Beijing. p. 212–331. In Chinese, English summary.

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