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Ching [Jin] Yu-gan. 1963. Urushtenia from the Lower Permian of China. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 11:24–31, 2 pl. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, & Feng Bing-xing. 1977. Upper Triassic brachiopod fauna from the area in the east of the Hengduan Mountains, Western Yunnan. In Mesozoic Fossils from Yunnan, China, Fasc. 2. Science Press. Beijing. p. 39–69, pl. 1–6. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, & Hu Shi-zhong. 1982. Phylum Brachiopoda. In Wang Guo-ping, Liu Qing-zhao, Ching Yu-kan, Hu Shi-zhong, Liang Wen-ping, & Liao Zhuo-ting, Paleontological Atlas of East China (Late Paleozoic), vol. 2. Geological Publishing House. Beijing. p. 186–256, pl. 74–102. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, & Liao Zhao-ting. 1974. Brachiopoda (Carboniferous). In Nanking Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Academia Sinica, ed., A Handbook of the Stratigraphy and Palaeontology in Southwest China. Scientific Press. Beijing. p. 275– 283, pl. 142–147. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, & Liao Zhuo-ting. 1974. [A handbook of the stratigraphy and paleontology in southwestern China]. Science Press. Beijing. 454 p., 202 pl. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, Liao Zhuo-ting, & Fang Bing-xing. 1974. Permian brachiopods. In Nanking Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Academia Sinica, Science Press. Beijing. p. 308–313, pl. 162–165. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, Liao Zhao-ting, & Hou Hong-fei. 1974. Brachiopoda (Permian). In Nanking Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Academia Sinica, ed., A Handbook of the Stratigraphy and Palaeontology in Southwest China. Scientific Press. Beijing. p. 308– 314. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan and Jing Yu­gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, Sun Don-li, & Rong Jia-yu. 1976. Mesozoic and Cenozoic Brachiopods from the Mount Jolmo Lungma Region. In A Report of Scientific Expedition in the Mount Jolmo Lungma Region (1966–1968). (Palaeontology), Fasc. II. Science Press. Beijing. p. 271–346, pl. 1–10. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, Sun Dong-li, & Ye Song-ling. 1979. [Brachiopods]. In Xi Bei-di, Sheng Qu-gu, Ce Wu-tu, Feng Qing-hai, & Ce Yi, eds., [Paleontological Atlas of Northwestern China, Qinghai Province (Lower Paleozoic–Cenozoic), vol. 1]. Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleontology, Academia Sinica & Institute of Geological Science, Qinghai Province. Geological Publishing House. Beijing. 393 p., 96 pl. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, & Yang De-li. 1977. Phylum Brachiopoda. In Yang De-li, Ni Shi-zhao, Chang Mei­li, & Zhao Ru-xuan, Palaeontologic Atlas of Central South China, vol. 2. Geological Publishing House. Beijing. p. 303–470. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Ching [Jin] Yu-gan, Ye Song-ling, Xu Han-kui, & Sun Dong-li. 1979. Brachiopoda. In Paleontological Atlas of Northwest China (Fascicle Qinghai) (I) (Cephalopoda, Brachiopoda, Lamellibranchiata). Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Academia Sinica & Institute of Geological Science, Qinghai Province. Geological Publishing House. Beijing. p. 60–217, pl. 18–57. In Chinese. See also Jin Yu-gan.

Chiplonker, C. W. 1938. Rhynchonellids from the Bagh beds. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences (series B) 7(6):300–316, pl. 30.

Chorowicz, Jean, & Geneviève Termier. 1975. Une faunule silicifiée nouvelle dans le Trias moyen de la Svilaja (Yougoslavie). Annales de la Société géologique du Nord 95(4):231–242, pl. 20–21.

Chu Chao-ling. 1960. Cambrian trilobites from the southern Chilien Mountains. Geological Gazetteer of Chilien Mountains 4(1)53–68.

Chu S. 1933. Corals and brachiopods of the Kinling limestone. National Research Institute of Geology, Academia Sinica, Monograph (series A) 2:1–73, 5 pl.

Chu Xiang-shui. 1974. Brachiopoda. In Fang Run-sen & Chu Xiang-shui, Atlas of fossils from Yunnan, vol. 1. Yunnan People’s Press. Yunnan. p. 281–480, pl. 162–165. In Chinese.

Chu Xiang-Shui. 1974. Genus Ectatoglossa. In Fang Run-Sen, & Chu Xiang-Shui, [Brachiopoda]. In [Atlas of fossils from Yunnan], vol. 2. Yunnan Peoples Press. Kunming. p. 419.

Chuang S. H. 1956. The ciliary feeding mechanisms of Lingula unguis (L.) (Brachiopoda). Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 127(2):167–189.

Chuang S. H. 1959. The breeding season of the brachiopod Lingula unguis (L.). Biological Bulletin, Marine Biology Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts 117(2):202–207.

Chuang S. H. 1959. The structure and function of the alimentary canal in Lingula unguis (L.) Brachiopoda. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 132:283–311.

Chuang S. H. 1960. An anatomical, histological and histochemical study of the gut of the brachiopod Crania anomala. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science 101:9–18.

Chuang S. H. 1961. Growth of the postlarval shell in Lingula unguis (L.) (Brachiopoda). Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 137(2):299–310.

Chuang S. H. 1968. The larvae of a discinid (Inarticulata, Brachiopoda). Biological Bulletin 135:263–272.

Chuang S. H. 1971. New interpretation of the morphology of Schizambon australis Ulrich and Cooper (Ordovician siphonotretid inarticulate brachiopod). Journal of Paleontology 45:824–832, 3 fig., 1 pl.

Chuang S. H. 1971. The morphology and paleobiology of Trematis elliptopora Cooper (Inarticulata, Brachiopoda). Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology 3:93–100, 1 fig., 2 pl.

Chuang S. H. 1973. The inarticulate brachiopod larvae of the International Indian Ocean Expedition. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India 15:538–544.

Chuang S. H. 1974. Observations on the ciliary feeding mechanisms of the brachiopod Crania anomala. Journal of the Zoological Society of London 173:441–449.

Chuang S. H. 1977. Larval development in Discinisca (inarticulate brachiopod). American Zoologist 17:39–53.

Chuang S. H. 1983. Brachiopoda. In K. G. Adiyodi & R. G. Adiyodi, eds., Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates. Oogenesis, Oviposition and Oosorption,Vol.I.John Wiley and Sons Ltd. p. 571– 584.

Chuang S. H. 1983. Brachiopoda. In K. G. Adiyodi & R. G. Adiyodi, eds., Reproductive Biology of Invertebrates. Spermatogenesis and Sperm Function, Vol. II. John Wiley and Sons Ltd. p. 517–530.

Chuang S. H, 1990. Brachiopoda. In K. G. Adiyodi & R. G. Adiyodi, eds., Reproductive biology of invertebrates VI (B): Fertilization, development and parental care. Oxford & IBH Publishing. New Delhi. p. 211–254.

Chuang S. H, 1991. Common and evolutionary features of recent brachiopods and their bearing on the relationship between, and the monophyletic origin of, the inarticulates and the articulates. In D. I. MacKinnon, D. E. Lee, & J. D. Campbell, eds., Brachiopods Through Time, Proceedings of the 2nd International Brachiopod Congress, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1990. Balkema. Rotterdam. p. 11–14.

Chuang S. H. 1994. Observations on the reproduction and development of Liothyrella neozelanica Thomson 1918 (Terebratulacea, Articulata, Brachiopoda). Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 24:209– 218.

Cicardi, M. G., & Maurizio Gaetani. 1974. Revisione delle Rhynchonellininae (Brachiopoda) del Liassico del Bacino Lombardo. Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia 80(3):352–388, pl. 29– 33.

Clark, R. H., P. Vella, & J. B. Waterhouse. 1967. The Permian at Parapara Peak, North-West Nelson. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 10:232–244.

Clark, T. H. 1917. New blastoids and brachiopods from the Rocky Mountains. Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Bulletin 61(9):361–380, 2 pl.

Clark, T. H. 1935. A new Ordovician graptolite locality in Utah. Journal of Paleontology 9:239–246, pl. 24.

Clarke, J. M. 1889. The genera of the Paleozoic Brachiopoda. New York State Geologist, Annual Report 8:43–46.

Clarke, J. M. 1893. Genus Anabaia. In J. Hall & J. M. Clarke, 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. 141–142.

Clarke, J. M. 1894. The succession of the fossil faunas in the section of the Livonia salt shaft. Thirteenth Annual Report of the New York State Geologist, Report for 1893:180 p.

Clarke, J. M. 1902. A new genus of Paleozoic brachiopods, Eunoa with some considerations therefrom on the organic bodies known as Discinocaris, Spathiocaris and Cardiocaris. New York State Museum, Bulletin 52:606–615, 4 pl.

Clarke, J. M. 1905. Percé, a brief sketch of its geology. New York State Museum, Report of the State Paleontologist 1903, Bulletin 80(Paleontology 10):134–171.

Clarke, J. M. 1907. Some new Devonic fossils. Bulletin of the New York State Museum of Natural History 107:153–291.

Clarke, J. M. 1909. Early Devonic history of New York and eastern North America. New York State Museum Memoir 9(2):250 p., 34 pl.

Clarke, J. M. 1913. Illustrations of the Devonic fossils of southern Brazil and the Falkland Islands. New York State Museum, Bulletin 164:140–210, pl. 1–35.

Clarke,J.M.1913.Fosseis devonianos do Parana.Serviço Geologico e Mineralogico do Brasil, Monographias 1:xx+353 p., 27 fig., 27 pl.

Clarke, J. M. 1921. The heavenly twins. Nautilus 34:138–139.

Clarke, J. M. 1979. The Tasmanian Permian spiriferid brachiopods Trigonotreta stokesi Koenig, 1825, Grantonia hobartensis Brown, 1953 and Spirifer tasmaniensis Morris, 1845. Journal of Paleontology 53:197–207.

Clarke, J. M. 1987. Late Permian (late Lymingtonian= ?Kazanian) brachiopods from Tasmania. Alcheringa 11:261–289, 21 fig.

Clarke, J. M, 1990. Late Paleozoic (Tamarian; Late Carboniferous–Early Permian) cold-water brachiopods from Tasmania. Alcheringa 14:53–76, 14 fig.

Clarke, J. M, 1992. A new notospiriferine genus (Spiriferida: Brachiopoda) from the Permian of Tasmania. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 126:73–76, 1 pl.

Clarke, M. J. 1970. A new Permian strophalosiid brachiopod genus from eastern Australia. Journal of Paleontology 44:986–987.

Clarke, M. J, 1990. Late Palaeozoic (Tamarian: Late Carboniferous–Early Permian) cold-water brachiopods from Tasmania. Alcheringa 14(1):53– 76, 8 fig.

Clarke, M. J, 1992. A new notospiriferine genus (Spiriferida: Brachiopoda) from the Permian of Tasmania. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 126:73–76, 1 pl.

Clarkson, E. N. K. 1979. Invertebrate Paleontology and Evolution. George Allen & Unwin. London, Boston, &Sydney. 323 p.

Clegg, H, 1993. Biomolecules in Recent and fossil articulate brachiopods. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Newcastle. Newcastle upon Tyne. 246 p.

Cloud, P. E. Jr. 1942. Terebratuloid Brachiopoda of the Silurian and Devonian. Geological Society of America Special Paper 38:1–182, pl. 1–26.

Cloud, P. E., Jr. 1944. Permian brachiopods. In R. E. King, C. O. Dunbar, P. E. Cloud, & A. K. Miller, Geology and paleontology of the Permian area of Las Delicias, southwestern Coahuila, Mexico. Geological Society of America, Special Papers 52:49–69, pl. 17–19.

Cloud, P. E. Jr. 1948. Dicaelosia versus Bilobites. Journal of Paleontology 22:373–374.

Cloud, P. E. Jr. 1948. Brachiopods from the Lower Ordovician of Texas. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 100(5):451–472, pl. 1–4.

Cloud, P. E. Jr. 1948. Notes on recent brachiopods. American Journal of Science 246:241–250.

Cobbold, E. S. 1921. The Cambrian horizons of Comley (Shropshire) and their Brachiopoda, Pteropoda, Gasteropoda, etc. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society, London 76:325–386, pl. 21–24.

Cock, A. G. 1966. Genetical aspects of metrical growth and form in animals. Quarterly Review of Biology 41:131–190.

Cockbain, A. E. 1967. A new craniacean brachiopod from the Tertiary of Western Australia. Report of the Geological Survey of Western Australia, for 1966:119–120, pl. 35.

Cockerell, T. D. A. 1911. The name Glossina. Nautilus 25:96. Cockerell, T. D. A. 1929. The brachiopod called Mimulus. Nautilus 42:105.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1967. Llandovery stropheodontids from the Welsh Borderland. Palaeontology 10:245–265, pl. 37–39.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1968. Some strophomenacean brachiopods from the British Lower Silurian. British Museum (Natural History), Bulletin (Geology) 15:285–324, pl. 1–14.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1970. Silurian brachiopods of the superfamily Plectambonitacea. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology 19:139–203, pl. 1–17.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1972. The origin of the Silurian Clarkeia shelly fauna of South America, and its extension to west Africa. Palaeontology 15(4):623–630, 1 pl.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1978. A review of British Lower Palaeozoic brachiopods, including a synoptic revision of Davidson’s monograph. Palaeontographical Society Monograph 131. London. p. 1–256.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1979. A silicified brachiopod fauna from the Silurian of Iran. British Museum of Natural History (Geology) Bulletin 32(1):25–42.

Cocks, L. R. M. 1979. New acrotretacean brachiopods from the Palaeozoic of Britain and Austria. Palaeontology 22:93–100, 2 pl.

Cocks, L. R. M., & Rong Jia-yu. 1989. Classification and review of the brachiopod superfamily Plectambonitacea. British Museum (Natural History), Bulletin (Geology) 45:77–163, 24 pl.

Cocks, L. R. M., & D. Worsley, 1993. Late Llandovery and early Wenlock stratigraphy and ecology in the Oslo region, Norway. British Museum (Natural History), Bulletin (Geology) 49:31–46.

Cohen, B. L, 1992. Utility of molecular phylogenetic methods: A critique of immuno-taxonomy. Lethaia 24:441–442.

Cohen, B. L, 1994. Immuno-taxonomy and the reconstruction of brachiopod phylogeny. Palaeontology 37:907–911. Taylor & Francis. London. p. 121–128.

Cohen, B. L., Peter Balfe, Moyra Cohen, & G. B. Curry, 1991. Genetic divergence within and between populations of the North Atlantic morphospecies Terebratulina retusa and T. septentrionalis. In D. I. MacKinnon, D. E. Lee, & J. D. Campbell, eds., Brachiopods through Time. Proceedings of the 2nd International Brachiopod Congress, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 5-9 February, 1990. Balkema. Rotterdam. p. 109–115, 3 fig.

Cohen, B. L., Peter Balfe, Moyra Cohen, & G. B. Curry, 1991. Molecular evolution and morphological speciation in North Atlantic brachiopods (Terebratulina spp.). Canadian Journal of Zoology 69:2903–2911.

Cohen, B. L., Peter Balfe, Moyra Cohen, & G. B. Curry, 1993. Molecular and morphometric variation in European populations of the articulate brachiopod Terebratulina retusa. Marine Biology 115:105–111, 2 fig.

Cohen, B. L., Peter Balfe, & G. B. Curry. 1986. Genetics of the brachiopod Terebratulina. In P. R. Rachebœuf & C. C. Emig, eds., Les Brachiopodes Fossiles et Actuels, Actes du 1er Congrès International sur les Brachiopodes, Brest 1985. Biostratigraphie du Paléozoïque 4. p. 55–63.

Coleman, P. J. 1957. Permian Productacea of western Australia. Bureau of Mineral Resources (BMR) Bulletin of Australian Geology and Geophysics 40:1–188, 21 pl.

Collins, M. J, 1991. Growth rate and substrate-related mortality of a benthic brachiopod population. Lethaia 24:1–11.

Collins, M. J., G. B. Curry, G. Muyzer, R. Quinn, S. Xu, P. Westbroek, & S. Ewing, 1991. Immunological investigations of relationships within the terebratulid brachiopods. Palaeontology 34:785–796.

Collins, M. J., G. B. Curry, R. Quinn, G. Muyzer, T. Zomerdijk, & P. Westbroek. 1988. Serotaxonomy of skeletal macromolecules in living terebratulid brachiopods. Historical Biology 1:207–224.

Collins, M. J., G. Muyzer, G. B. Curry, P. Sandberg, & P. Westbroek, 1991. Macromolecules in brachiopod shells: Characterisation and diagenesis. Lethaia 24:387–397.

Collins, M. J., G. Muyzer, P. Westbroek, G. B. Curry, P. A. Sandberg, S. J. Xu, R. Quinn, & D. I. MacKinnon, 1991. Preservation of fossil biopolymeric structures: conclusive immunological evidence. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 55:2253–2257.

Compston, W. 1960. The carbon isotopic compositions of certain marine invertebrates and coals from the Australian Permian. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 18:1–22.

Comte, Pierre. 1938. Brachiopodes dévoniens des gisements de Ferroñes (Asturies) et de Sabero (León). Annales de Paléontologie 27:1–49 (39–88).

Conklin, E. G. 1902. The embryology of a brachiopod, Terebratulina septentrionalis Couthouy. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 41(168):41– 76.

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Conrad, T. A. 1838. Report on the palaeontological departmentof the survey.NewYorkState Geological Survey, Annual Report 2:107–119.

Conrad, T. A. 1839. Descriptions of new species of organic remains. Second Annual Report on the Palaeontological Department of the Survey. New York State Geological Survey, Second Annual Report. p. 57–66.

Conrad, T. A. 1840. Third annual report on the Paleontological Department of the Survey. New York Geological Survey, Annual Report 4:199–207.

Conrad, T. A. 1841. Fifth Annual Report on the paleontology of the state of New York. New York Geological Survey Annual Report 5:25–57, 1 pl.

Conrad, T. A. 1842. Observations on the Silurian and Devonian systems of the United States with descriptions of new organic remains. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 8:228–280, pl. 12–17.

Conrad, T. A. 1843. Observations of the lead-bearing limestone of Wisconsin and descriptions of a new genus of trilobites and fifteen new Silurian fossils. Journal of the Academy of Science, Philadelphia 9:329–335.

Conrad, T. A. 1866. Descriptions of new species of Tertiary, Cretaceous, and recent shells. American Journal of Conchology 2:75–78, 104–106, pl. 9.

Contini, Daniel, & Annick Rollet. 1970. Sur quelques Térébratules du Bajocien supérieur et du Bathonien inférieur. Annales Scientifiques de l’Université de Besançon (Géologie, series 3) 9:28–44, 21 pl.

Conway Morris, Simon, 1993. The fossil record and the early evolution of the Metazoa. Nature 361:219– 225.

Conway Morris, Simon. 1994. Why molecular biology needs palaeontology. In M. Akam, P. Holland, P. Ingham, & G. Wray, eds., The Evolution of Developmental Mechanisms. Development, 1994 Supplement. Company of Biologists. Cambridge. p. 1–13.

Conway Morris, Simon, & Chen Menge, 1990. Tommotiids from the Lower Cambrian of South China. Journal of Paleontology 64(1):169–184.

Conway Morris, Simon, & J. S. Peel, 1990. Articulated halkieriids from the Lower Cambrian of north Greenland. Nature 345:802–805.

Conway Morris, Simon, & R. A. Robison. 1988. More soft-bodied animals and algae from the Middle Cambrian of Utah and British Columbia. Paleontological Contributions, University of Kansas, Papers 122:1–48.

Conybeare, W. D., & William Phillips. 1822. Outline of the geology of England and Wales, with an introductory compendium of the general principles of science and comparative views of the structure of foreign countries. Part I. William Phillips. London. 470 p., 2 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1930. New species from the Upper Ordovician of Percé, Part 2. In Charles Schuchert & G. A. Cooper, Upper Ordovician and Lower Devonian stratigraphy and paleontology of Percé, Quebec. American Journal of Science (series 5) 20:265–288, pl. 1–2.

Cooper, G. A. 1930. The brachiopod Pionodema and its homeomorphs. Journal of Paleontology 4:369–382, pl. 35–37.

Cooper, G. A. 1934. New brachiopods. Reports on the collections obtained by the first Johnson-Smithsonian deep-sea expedition to the Puerto Rican Deep. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 91(10):5 p., 2 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1935. Oligorhynchia, a new Ordovician (Chazy) brachiopod. American Journal of Science (series 5) 29:48–53, 1 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1936. New Cambrian brachiopods from Alaska. Journal of Paleontology 10:210–214, pl. 26.

Cooper, G. A. 1942. New genera of North American brachiopods. Washington Academy of Sciences, Journal 32(8):228–235.

Cooper, G. A. 1944. Phylum Brachiopoda. In H. W. Shimer & R. R. Shrock, eds., Index Fossils of North America. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York & London. p. 277–365, pl. 105–143.

Cooper, G. A. 1948. A new genus of Brachiopoda from the Longview Limestone of Virginia. Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Bulletin 100(6):473–474, 1 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1951. New brachiopods from the Lower Cambrian of Virginia. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 41:4–8, 1 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1952. Unusual specimens of the brachiopod family Isogrammidae. Journal of Paleontology 26:113–119, 4 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1952. New and unusual species of brachiopods from the Arbuckle Group in Oklahoma. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 117(14):1– 35, pl. 1–4.

Cooper, G. A. 1953. Brachiopoda. In G. A. Cooper, C. O. Dunbar, Helen Duncan, A. K. Miller, & J. B. Knight, Permian Fauna at El Antimonio, Western Sonora, Mexico. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 119(2):21–82, pl. 4–23.

Cooper, G. A. 1954. Brachiopoda occurring in the Gulf of Mexico. Fishery Bulletin of the Fish and Wildlife Service 55:363–365.

Cooper, G. A. 1954. Recent brachiopods in Bikini and nearby atolls, Marshall Islands. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 260G:315– 318.

Cooper, G. A. 1954. Unusual Devonian brachiopods. Journal of Paleontology 28(3):325–332, pl. 36–37.

Cooper, G. A. 1955. New genera of middle Paleozoic brachiopods. Journal of Paleontology 29:45–63, pl. 11–14.

Cooper, G. A. 1955. New brachiopods from Cuba. Journal of Paleontology 29(1):64–70, 1 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1955. New Cretaceous Brachiopoda from Arizona. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 131(4): 1–18, 4 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1956. Chazyan and related brachiopods. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 127(1):1– 1024; 127(2):1025–1245, 269 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1956. New Pennsylvanian brachiopods. Journal of Paleontology 30(3):521–530.

Cooper, G. A. 1957. Loop development of the Pennsylvanian terebratulid Cryptacanthia. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 134(3):1–18, 2 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1957. Permian brachiopods from central Oregon. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 134(12):1–79, 12 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1957. Tertiary and Pleistocene brachiopods of Okinawa, Ryukyu Islands. United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper 314­A:1–20, pl. 1–5.

Cooper, G. A. 1959. Genera of Tertiary and recent rhynchonelloid brachiopods. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 139(5):1–90, pl. 1–22.

Cooper, G. A. 1960. Correction of brachiopod names. Journal of Paleontology 34:601.

Cooper, G. A. 1964. Brachiopods from Eniwetok and Bikini drill holes. Bikini and nearby atolls, Marshall Islands. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 260-FF:1117–1120.

Cooper, G. A. 1970. Generic characters of brachiopods. In E. L. Yochelson, ed., Proceedings of the North American Paleontological Convention, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, September 5– 7, 1969, vol. I, part C. Allen Press. Lawrence, Kansas. p. 194–263, 5 pl.

Cooper, G. A. 1971. Eocene brachiopods from Eua, Tonga. United States Geological Survey Professional Paper 640-F:F1–F9.

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