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Afanasjeva G. A., 2008. New Middle Carboniferous genus Neotornquistia (Brachiopoda,Chonetida) from the Moscow Syneclise [in Russian]. Paleontol. Zh., 42 (3), 38-41.

Afanasjeva GA, 2008. The genus Unispirifer Campbell (Brachiopoda, Spiriferida) in the Early Carboniferous of the Moscow Syneclise [in Russian]. Paleontol. Zh., 42 (4), 373-377.

Afanasjeva G. A., 2008. Supraordinal brachiopod classification. Paleontological Journal, 42 (8), 792-802.

Akashi H., Fujiwara M. & Sadaaki Y., 2008. Rediscovery, after 100 years absence, of a living Lingula (Brachiopoda) from Hiuchi Nada in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan [in Japanese]. Nankiseibutu, 50 (1), 158-160.

Alméras Y. & Fauré Ph., 2008. Les Brachiopodes du Jurassique moyen sur la marge sud de la Téthys occidentale (Maroc, Algérie occidentale). Paléontologie et échelles chronostratigraphiques. Revue de Paléobiologie, Genève, 25 (2), 575-857.

Alméras Y. & Fauré Ph., 2008. Le genre Flabellothyris (Deslongchamps) (Brachiopoda, Zeilleriidae). Ses différentes espèces et leur variabilité morphologique. Bull. soc. Hist. nat.Toulouse, 144.

Alvarez F. & C. H. C. Brunton, 2008. On the reliability of reconstructing and comparing brachiopod interiors and their morphological variations based solely on serial sections. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 58-74.

Alvarez F., C. H. C. Brunton & S. J. Carlson, 2008. Orientations of the valves when presenting serial sections of post-Palaeozoic brachiopods: tradition and utility versus the revised Treatise: a reply to Motchurova-Dekova, Raduloviç and Bitner. Lethaia, 41, pp. 000–000.

Alvarez F., Brunton CH.C & Long S.L., 2008. Megathyrididae loop: a simple complication. Fossils and Strata, 54, 289-298.

Alvarez F., Brunton C. H. C. & Long S. L., 2008. Loop ultrastructure and development in Recent Megathiridoidea, with description of a new genus, Joania (type species Terebratula cordata Risso, 1826). Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 391-403.

Angiolini L., Darbyshire D. P. F., Stephenson M. H., Leng M. J., Brewer T. S., Berra F. & Jadoul F., 2008. Lower Permian brachiopods from Oman: their potential as climatic proxies. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 327-

Angiolini L. & S. L. Long, 2008. The ENS Collection: a systematic study of brachiopods from the Lower Permian Vøringen Member, Kapp Starostin Formation, Spitsbergen. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 75-103.

Angiolini L. & Stephenson M.H., 2008. Early Permian brachiopods and palynomorphs from the Dorud Group, Alborz Mountains, north Iran: evidence for their palaeobiogeographic affinities. Fossils and Strata, 54, 117-132.

Armendariz M., Rosales I & Quesada C., 2008. Oxygen isotope and Mg/Ca composition of Late Visean (Mississippian) brachiopod shells from SW Iberia: Palaeoclimatic and palaeogeographic implications in northern Gondwana. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., 268 (1-2), 65-79.

Asgaard U., 2008. Crania at your service: the Antikythira Shipwreck. Fossils and Strata, 54, 277-282.

Balinski A. & Sun Y., 2008. Micromorphic brachiopods from the Lower Carboniferous of South China, and their life habits. Fossils and Strata, 54, 105-115.

Baranov VV., 2008. Orthid brachiopods from the Lower and Middle Devonian of northeastern Russia [in Russian]. Paleontol. Zh., 42 (4), 363-372.

Bassett M.G., Popov L.E. & Egerquist E., 2008. Early ontogeny of some Ordovician-Silurian strophomenate brachiopods: significance for interpreting evolutionary relationships within early Rhynchonelliformea. Fossils and Strata, 54, 13-20.

Bassett M. G., Popov L. E. & Egerquist E., 2008. Pedicle preservation in a Silurian rhynchonelliformean brachiopod from Herefordshire, England: soft-tissue or an artefact of interpretation? Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 303-

Benedetto J. L., 2008. Spatial and stratigraphic distribution of the Ordovician rhynchonelliformean brachiopod Productorthis Kozlowski: fast migrations or parallel evolution? Fossils and Strata, 54, 21-29.

Bertolaso L., Borghi E. & D. García Ramos, (2008). Brachiopodi Neogenici e Pleistocenici dell`Emilia (Parte Seconda). Parva Naturalia, in press, .

Bitner M. A., 2008. New data on the recent brachiopods from the Fiji and Wallis and Futuna islands, South-West Pacific. Zoosystema, 30 (2), 419-461.

Bitner M. A., Cohen B. L., Long S. L., Richer de Forges B. & Saito M., 2008. Gyrothyris williamsi sp. nov. and inter-relationships of some taxa from waters around New Zealand and the southern oceans (Rhynchonelliformea: Terebratelloidea). Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 425-435.

Bitner M. A. & A. Dulai, 2008. Eocene micromorphic brachiopods from north-western Hungary. Geologica Carpathica, 59 (1), 31-43.

Bitner M. A., Logan A. & E. Gischler, 2008. Recent brachiopods from the Persian Gulf and their biogeographical significance. Scientia Marina, 72 (2), 279-285.

Bonuso N. & Bottjer D. J., 2008. A test of biogeographical, environmental, and ecological effect on Middle and Late Triassic brachiopod and bivalve abundance patterns. Palaios, 23 (1), 43-54.

Botquelen A. & Gourvennec R., 2008. Palaeoecological responses ofbenthic associations to relative sea-level changes: Lower Devonian of the Massif Armoricain, France. Fossils and Strata, 54, 59-68.

Botquelen A. & Racheboeuf P. R., 2008. Benthic paleoecology in the Givetian: An example from the Kersadiou Formation (Massif Armoricain, NW France). Palaios, 23 (4), 246-259.

Boucot A.J., Racheboeuf P.R. & Niemeyer H., 2008. Sierra de Almeida Zorritas Formation, northern Chile, Devonian brachiopods: more is better. Fossils and Strata, 54, 69-74.

Bourlat S. J., Nielsen C., Economou A. D. & Telford M. J., 2008. Testing the new animal phylogeny: a phylum level molecular analysis of the animal kingdom. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution, in press - preprint online.

Bromley R.G., 2008. Trace fossil Podichnus obliquus, attachment scar of the brachiopod Terebratulina retusa, 2008. Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece. Fossils and Strata, 54, 227-230.

Campbell KA; Francis DA; Collins M; Gregory MR; Nelson CS; Greinert J & Aharon, P., 2008. Hydrocarbon seep-carbonates of a Miocene forearc (East Coast Basin), North Island, New Zealand. Sediment. Geol., 204 (3-4), 83-105.

Carlson S. J., 2008. Tree balance, clade size distribution and extinction selectivity in Palaeozoic terebratulide brachiopods. Fossils and Strata, 54, 167-172.

Carlson S. J. & Fitzgerald P. C., 2008. Sampling taxa, estimating phylogeny and inferring macroevolution: an example from Devonian terebratulide brachiopods. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 311-325.

Chirat R., Enay R., Hantzpergue P. & Mangold C., 2008. Developmental integration related to buoyancy control in nautiloids: evidence from unusual septal approximation and ontogenetic allometries in a Jurassic species. Palaeontology, 51 (1), 251-261.

Cisterna G. A. & Sterren A. F., 2008. Late Carboniferous Levipustula fauna in the Leoncito Formation, San Juan province, Argentine Precordillera: biostratigraphical and palaeoclimatological implications. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 135-145.

Cocks R. M., 2008.The Middle Llandovery Brachiopod Fauna of the Newlands Formation, Girvan, Scotland. J. Syst. Palaeontol., 6 (1), 61-100.

Cocks L. R. M. & J. Rong, 2008. Earliest Silurian faunal survival and recovery after the end Ordovician glaciation: evidence from the brachiopods. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 291-

Cohen B. L., Long S. L. & Saito M., 2008. Living craniids: preliminary molecular evidence of their inter-relationships. Fossils and Strata, 54, 283-287.

Colgan DJ; Hutchings PA & Beacham E., 2008. Multi-Gene analyses of the phylogenetic relationships among the Mollusca, Annelida, and Arthropoda. Zool. Stud., 47 (3), 338-351.

Cramer B.D., Saltzman M.R., Day J. & B.J. Witzke, 2008. Record of the Late Devonian Hangenberg Global Positive Carbon Isotope Excursion in Epeiric Sea Setting: Carbonate Production, Organic Carbon Burial, and Paleoceanography During the Late Famennian. In: Pratt,B.R. & Holmden C. (eds), Dynamics of Epeiric Seas. Geological Association of Canada, Special Paper, 48, xx-xx.

Cusack M., Dauphin Y., Cuif JP., Salome M., Freer A & Yin H, 2008. Micro-XANES mapping of sulphur and its association with magnesium and phosphorus in the shell of the brachiopod, Terebratulina retusa. Chem. Geol., 253 (3-4), 172-179.

Cusack M., England J., Parkinson D., Dalbeck P., Lee M.R., Curry G.B. & Fallick A.E., 2008. Oxygen isotope composition, magnesium distribution and crystallography of Terebratulina retusa. Fossils and Strata, 54, 259-268.

Cusack M., Parkinson D., Pérez-Huerta A., England J., Curry G. B. & Fallick A. E., 2008. Relationship between δ18O and minor element composition of Terebratalia transversa. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 443-

Cusack M., Pérez-Huerta A., Chung P., Parkinson D., Dauphin Y. & Cuif J.P. 2008. Oxygen isotope equilibrium in brachiopod shell fibres in the context of biological control. Mineralogical Magazine, 72 (1), 245-248.

Cusack M., Dauphin Y., Chung P., Pérez-Huerta A. & Cuif J.P. 2008. Calcite fibre construction in the shell of the brachiopod T. retusa. Journal of Structural Biology, 164, 96-100.

Cusack M., Pérez-Huerta A. & Dalbeck P., 2007. Common crystallographic control in calcite biomineralization of bivalved shells. Crystal Engineering Communications (Special Volume on Biomineralization), 9 (12), 1215-1218.

Cusack M., Pérez-Huerta A., Dalbeck P. Chung P. & Lee,M. R. 2008. Comparison of calcite crystallographic texture in the shells of the rhynchonelliform brachiopods, Terebratulina retusa and the bivalve mollusc, Mytilus edulis. Ceramic Transactions (“Applications of Texture Analysis”), 201, 587-595.

Cusack M., Pérez-Huerta A., Janousch M. & Finch A.A. 2008. Magnesium in the lattice of calcite-shelled brachiopods. Chemical Geology, 257, 59-64.

Daley A. C., 2008. Statistical analysis of mixed-motive shell borings in Ordovician, Silurian, and Devonian brachiopods from northern and eastern Canada. Rev. Can. Sci. Terre, 45 (2), 213-229

Dornbos S. Q. & J.-Y. Chen, 2008. Community palaeoecology of the early Cambrian Maotianshan Shale biota: Ecological dominance of priapulid worms. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 258 (3), 200-212.

Dulai A., Bitner M. A. & Müller P., 2008. A monospecific assemblage of a new rhynchonellide brachiopod from the Paleocene of Austria. Fossils and Strata, 54, 193-201.

Dunn C. W., Hejnol A. Matus D. Q., Pang Kevin., BrowneWilliam E., Smith Stephen A., Seaver E., Rouse G. W., Obst M., Edgecombe G. D., Soerensen M. V., Haddock S. H., Schmidt-Rhaesa A., Okusu A., Kristensen R. M., Wheeler W. C., Martindale M. Q. & Giribet G., 2008. Broad phylogenomic sampling improves resolution of the animal tree of life. Nature, 452 (7188), 745-749.
 >>  Note on Fig. 1 - Terebratalia transversa is not a lingula, as represented, and the phoronid Phoronis vancouverensis is a synonym of P. ijimai.

Emig C. C., 2008. On the history of the names Lingula, anatina, and on the confusion of the forms assigned them among the Brachiopoda. Carnets de Géologie / Notebooks on Geology, Article 2008/08 (CG2008_A08), 13 p., 10 fig. , 2 tabl.    

Fitzgerald P.C., 2008. Taxonomic versus phylogenetic estima tes of extinction severity in Devonian terebratulide brachiopod genera. Fossils and Strata, 54, 75-86.

Försterra G., Häussermann V. & Lüter C., 2008. Mass occurrence of the recent brachiopod Magellania venosa (Terebratellidae) in the fjords Comau and Reñihué, northern Patagonia, Chile. Marine Ecology, 29, 342-347.

Freeman G. & J. W. Lundelius, 2008. Brachiopod larvae through time. Fossils and Strata, 54, 251-257.

Freeman G. & J. W. Lundelius, 2008. Variance in protegular size: a correlate of larval trophic mode in Early Palaeozoic brachiopods. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 233-238.

Freund S., 2008. Hochauflösende Untersuchungen von δ18O und δ13C in den Sekundär- bzw. Tertiärlagen von Brachiopodenschalen und ihre Verwendbarkeit für Wassertemperaturrekonstruktionen. Diplomarbeit, Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg, 65pp.

Galfetti T.; Bucher H; Martini R; Hochuli PA; Weissert H; Crasquin-Soleau S; Brayard A; Goudemand N; Bruhwiler T & Guodun K., 2008. Evolution of Early Triassic outer platform paleoenvironments in the Nanpanjiang Basin (South China) and their significance for the biotic recovery. Sediment. Geol., 204 (1-2), 36-60.

García-Alcalde J. L., 2008. Glossinotoechiidae (braquiópodos uncinuloideos) del Devónico de la Cordillera Cantábrica (N de España). Revista Española de Paleontología, 23 (2), 237-266.

Gaspard D., Marie B., Luquet G. & Marin F., 2008. Biochemical characteristics of the soluble organic matrix from the shell of three Recent terebratulid brachiopod species. Fossils and Strata, 54, 269-276.

Gaspard D., Marin F., Guichard N., Morel S., Alcaraz G. & Luquet G., 2008. Shell matrices of Recent rhynchonelliform brachiopods: microstructures and glycosylation studies. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 415-424.

Giribet G., 2008. Assembling the lophotrochozoan (=spiralian) tree of life. Phil.Transact. Roy. Soc., B: biol. Sci., 363, 1513-1522.

Halamski A.T., 2008. Palaeobiogeographical signature of the Middle Devonian Lysogory Region brachiopod fauna. Fossils and Strata, 54, 87-98.

Hansen J., 2008. Upper Ordovician brachiopods from the Arnestad and Frognerkilen formations in the Oslo-Asker district, Norway. Palaeontos 13, 1-99, 12 pls.

Hansen J. & Harper D.A.T., 2008. The late Sandbian - earliest Katian (Ordovician) brachiopod immigration and its influence on the brachiopod fauna in the Oslo Region, Norway. Lethaia, 41 (1), 25-35.

Harper DAT., Bruton D.L. & Rasmussen C. M. Ø., 2008. The Otta brachiopod and trilobite fauna: palaeogeography of Early Palaeozoic terranes and biotas across Baltoscandia. Fossils and Strata, 54, 31-40.

Harper D. A. T. & Stewart S. E., 2008. Brachiopod biofacies in the Barr and Ardmillan groups, Girvan: Ordovician biodiversity trends on the edge of Laurentia. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 281-

Harper D. A. T. & J. Rong, 2008. Completeness of the Hirnantian brachiopod record: Spatial heterogeneity through the end Ordovician extinction event. Lethaia, 41 (2), 195-197.

Hautmann M., Benton M. J. & Tomasovych A., 2008. Catastrophic ocean acidification at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Abh., 249, 119-127.

He W., Shi GR, Jianjun B & Niu Z., 2008.A new brachiopod fauna from the Early to Middle Permian of southern Qinghai province, northwest China. J. Paleontol., 82 (4), 811-822.

Helmkampf M., I. Bruchhaus & B. Hausdorf, 2008. Multigene analysis of lophophorate and chaetognath phylogenetic relationships. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 46 (1), 206-214.

Helmkampf M., Bruchhaus I. & Hausdorf B., 2008. Phylogenomic analyses of lophophorates (brachiopods, phoronids and bryozoans) confirm the Lophotrochozoa concept. Proc. R. Soc. B, 275, 1927-1933.

Hiller N., MacKinnon D. I. & Nielsen S. N., 2008. A review of the systematics, biogeography, and evolutionary relationships of Recent and fossil brachiopods of the Superfamily Kraussinoidea Dall, with descriptions of two new fossil species from New Zealand and Chile. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 379-

Hiller N., Robinson J.H. & Lee D.E., 2008. The micromorphic brachiopod Argyrotheca (Terebratulida: Megathyridoidea) in Australia and New Zealand. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 167-183.

Hints L. & Harper D. A. T., 2008. The brachiopods Alwynella and Grorudia: homeomorphic plectambonitoids in the Middle and Upper Ordovician of Baltoscandia. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 271-

Hoel O.A., 2008. Evidence for muscular control of the apical pedicle in a Silurian Leptaenine brachiopod from,Gotland, Sweden, and its life position. Fossils and Strata, 54, 53-58.

Hoffmann J. & Lüter C., in press. Shell development, growth and sexual dimorphism in the Recent thecideide brachiopod Thecidellina meyeri sp. nov. from the Lesser Antilles, Caribbean. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the UK

Holmer L.E., Popov L. & Streng M., 2008. Organophosphatic stem group brachiopods: implications for the phylogeny of the subphylum Linguliformea. Fossils and Strata, 54, 3-11.

Holmer L. E., C. B. Skovsted, G. A. Brock, J. L. Valentine & J. R. Paterson, 2008. The Early Cambrian tommotiid Micrina, a sessile bivalved stem group brachiopod. Biol. Lett., 4, 724-728.

Hunter C. L., Krause E., Fitzpatrick J. & J. Kennedy, 2008. Current and historic distribution and abundance of the inarticulated brachiopod, Lingula reevii Davidson (1880), in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, USA. Marine Biology, 155 (2), 205-210.

Ibaraki Y., Tazawa J., Sato K. & Nakamura Y., 2008. Gigantoproductus (Carboniferous Brachiopoda) from Kotaki, Itoigawa City, Niigata Prefecture, central Japan. Science Reports of Niigata University (Geology), 23, 55-64.

International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature, 2008. Opinion 2201 (Case 3352): Productus compressus Waagen, 1884 (currently Compressoproductus compressus; Brachiopoda): specific name not conserved. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 65 (2), 160. - See Sone, 2006

Jansen U., Schemm-Gregory M. & Chen X., 2008: Comparison of some spiriferid brachiopods from the Lower Devonian of South China and Europe. Fossils and Strata, 54, 99-104.

Jin J., 2008. Environmental control on temporal and spatial differentiation of Early Silurian pentameride brachiopod communities, Anticosti Island, eastern Canada. Rev. Can. Sci. Terre, 45 (2), 159-187.

Jin J. & Copper P., 2008. Response of brachiopod communities to environmental change during the Late Ordovician mass extinction interval, Anticosti Island, eastern Canada. Fossils and Strata, 54, 41-51.

Koneva S. P. & Ushatinskaya G. T., 2008. New Upper Cambrian Lingulata (Brachiopoda) from the Agyrek Mountains (Northeastern Central Kazakhstan) [in Russian]. Paleontol. Zh., 42 (2), 38-45.

Korte C., Jones PJ., Brand U., Mertmann D &Veizer J., 2008. Oxygen isotope values from high-latitudes: Clues for Permian sea-surface temperature gradients and Late Palaeozoic deglaciation. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., 269 (1-2), 1-16.

Kroh A., Bitner M. A. & Ávila S. P., 2008. Novocrania turbinata (Brachiopoda) from the Early Pliocene of the Azores (Portugal). Acta Geologica Polonica, 58 (4), 473-478.

Lazarev SS., 2008. Brachiopods of the family Linoproductidae from the Kasimovian Stage of the Moscow Region [in Russian]. Paleontol. Zh., 42 (4), 378-388.

Lee D. E., 2008. The terebratulides: the supreme brachiopod survivors. Fossils and Strata, 54, 241-249.

Lee, D.E.; Gregory, M.R.; Lüter, C.; Zezina, O.N., Robinson, J.H. & Christie, D.M., 2008. Melvicalathis, a new brachiopod genus (Terebratulida: Chlidonophoridae) from deep sea volcanic substrates, and the biogeographic significance of the mid-ocean ridge system. Zootaxa, 1866, 136-150.

Lee D. E. & Motchurova-Dekova N., 2008. Chathamirhynchia kahuitara, a new genus and species of Late Cretaceous rhynchonellide brachiopod from the Chatham Islands, New Zealand: shell structure, palaeoecology and biogeography. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 357-367.

Legrand-Blain M., 2008. Brachiopodes spiriférides du Bashkirien inférieur, bassin houiller du Nord de la France (Collections J. Chalard). Ann. Soc. géol. Nord, 15 (sér. 2), 25-37.

Leighton L. R. & Schneider C. L., 2008. Taxon characteristics that promote survivorship through the Permian-Triassic interval: transition from the Paleozoic to the Mesozoic brachiopod fauna. Paleobiology, 34 (1), 65-79.

Li R. & Allen T., 2008. Llandovery (Early Silurian) orthide brachiopod associations from Anticosti Island, eastern Canada. Rev. Can. Sci. Terre, 45 (2), 189-201.

Li W.-Z. & S.-Z. Shen, 2008. Lopingian (Late Permian) brachiopods around the Wuchiapingian-Changhsingian boundary at the Meishan Sections C and D, Changxing, South China. Geobios, 41 (2), 307-320.

Lin J. P., W. Ausich & Y.-L. Zhao, 2008. Settling strategy of stalked echinoderms from the Kaili Biota (middle Cambrian), Guizhou Province, South China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 258 (3), 213-221.

Logan A., 2008. Holocene thecideide brachiopods from the north-western Pacific Ocean: systematics, life habits and ontogeny. Systematics and Biodiversity, 6 (3), 405-413.

Logan A., A. Tomasovych, M. Zuschin, & B. Grill, 2008. Recent brachiopods from the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. Fossils and Strata, 54, 299-310.

Lubeseder S., 2008. Palaeozoic low-oxygen, high-latitude carbonates: Silurian and Lower Devonian nautiloid and scyphocrinoid limestones of the Anti-Atlas (Morocco). Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., 264 (1-2), 195-209.

Luo G; Lai, X; Shi, GR; Jiang, H; Yin, H; Xie, S; Tong, J; Zhang, K; He, W; Wignall, PB., 2008. Size variation of conodont elements of the Hindeodus-Isarcicella clade during the Permian-Triassic transition in South China and its implication for mass extinction. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., 264 (1-2), 176-187.

Lüter C., 2008. Recent brachiopods collected during the deep-sea cruise SO 168 Zealandia with the research vessel FS Sonne between Mt. Spong (Tasman Sea) and the Chatham Islands (Pacific) in 2002/2003. Fossils and Strata, 54, 311-320.

Lüter C. , Hoffmann J. & Logan A., 2008. Cryptic speciation in the Recent thecideide brachiopod Thecidellina in the Atlantic and the Caribbean. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 405-413

Ma X., Ebbighausen, Volker; Becker & R. Thomas, 2008. Desquamatia and related atrypid brachiopods from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Bergisches Land, Germany. Rev. Can. Sci. Terre, 45 (2), 121-134.

MacKinnon D. L., N. Hiller, S. L. Long & B. A. Marshall, 2008. Neoaemula, a new genus of platidiid brachiopod, with new observations on species referred to the Recent platidiid brachiopod genus Amphithyris Thomson. Fossils and Strata, 54, 321-331.

MacKinnon D. L, Long S. L. & Owen E.F., 2008. New observations on loop morphology and systematic revision of the Antarctic Eocene Brachiopods 'Laqueus' cockburnensis Owen, 1980 and Laquethiris curiosa Bitner, 1996 . Fossils and Strata, 54, 203-208.

Malakhovskaya Ya. E., 2008. Shell Structure of Kutorgina Billings (Brachiopoda, Kutorginida) [in Russian]. Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal, 2008 (5), pp. 27-36. [Translated in Paleontological Journal, 42 (5), 479-490.]

Manankov I. N., 2008. Mongousia: a new productid genus (Brachiopoda) from the Permian of Northeastern Mongolia [in Russian]. Paleontol. Zh., 42 (3), 42-44.

Mancenido M. O.& Gourvennec R., 2008.A reappraisal of feeding current systems inferred for spire-bearing brachiopods. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 345-

Majeski AL. & Garvin PL, 2008. Silicification of corals, stromatoporids, and brachiopods at the weathered surface within the Devonian-age Little Cedar Formation (Solon and Rapid Members) in Eastern Iowa. J. Iowa Acad. Sci., 113 (3-4), 87-99.

Martínez Chacón M. L., 2008. Material tipo de braquiópodos carboníferos, conservado en el Museo del Departamento de Geología. Trabajos de Geología, 28, 97-118.

Martínez Chacón M. L. & Bahamonde J. R., 2008. Brachiopods from a steep-slope facies of a Pennsylvanian carbonate platform (Sierra del Cuera, Asturias, North Spain). Fossils and Strata, 54, 133-143.

Martínez Chacón M. L. & C. F. Winkler Prins, 2008. New Bashkirian (Carboniferous) brachiopods from Latores (Asturias, N Spain). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 194-205 .

Mattioli E., Pittet B., Suan G. & S. Mailliot, 2008. Calcareous nannoplankton changes across the early Toarcian oceanic anoxic event in the western Tethys. Paleoceanography, 23 (), doi:10.1029/2007PA001435

Mergl M., Kraft J. & Kraft P., 2008. Life habit and spatial distribution of siphonotretid brachiopods in the Lower Ordovician of the Prague Basin, Czech Republic. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 253-

Metcalfe I. & Sone M., 2008, Biostratigraphy and palaeobiogeography of Lower Permian (lower Kungurian) conodonts from the Tak Fa Formation (Saraburi Limestone), Thailand. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 257, 139-151.

Motchurova-Dekova N., Long S. & Saito M., 2008. Unravelling taxonomy of some Post-Palaeozoic rhynchonellides by using multiple techniques to investigate their internal morphology. Fossils and Strata, 54, 231-239.

Motchurova-Dekova N., Radulovic V. & Bitner M. A., 2008. Orientations of the valves when presenting serial sections of post-Palaeozoic brachiopods: tradition and utility versus the revised Treatise. Lethaia, 41, pp. 000-000.

Mottequin B., 2008. Late Middle Frasnian to Early Famennian (Late Devonian) Strophomenid, Orthotetid, and Athyridid Brachiopods from Southern Belgium. J. Paleont., 82 (6), 1052-1073.

Mottequin B., 2008. New observations on Upper Devonian brachiopods from the Namur-Dinant Basin (Belgium). Geodiversitas, 30 (3), 455-537.    

Mottequin B., 2008. The ‘black marble’ of Denée, a fossil conservation deposit from the Lower Carboniferous (Viséan) of southern Belgium. Geol. J., 43, 197-208.

Mottequin B., 2008. Late Middle to Late Frasnian Atrypida, Pentamerida, and Terebratulida (Brachiopoda) from the Namur-Dinant Basin (Belgium). Geobios, 41, 493-513.

Nemyrovska T.L., Winkler Prim C.F. & Wagner R.H., 2008. The mid-Carbonifereus boundary in the Cantabrian Mountains (N Spain). ln: Gozhik P.F. & Vizhva S.A. (eds), Problems concerning the stratigraphy of the Carboniferous System. Proceedings of scientific work, Kiev, p. 69-86.

Novack-Gottshall P. M & Lanier M. A., 2008. Scale-dependence of Cope's rule in body size evolution of Paleozoic Brachiopods. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 105 (14), 5430-5434.

Olóriz F., M. Reolid & F. J. Rodríguez-Tovar, 2008. Taphonomy of fossil macro-invertebrate assemblages as a tool for ecostratigraphic interpretation in Upper Jurassic shelf deposits (Prebetic Zone, southern Spain). Geobios, 41 (1), 31-42.

Pakhnevich A. V., 2008. Micro-CT of geyserite, fossil wood and structure of brachiopod shells. SkyScan User Meeting, Antwerp 2008. Papers. p. 1-4.

Pakhnevich A. V., 2008. The epibionts of White Sea brachiopods Hemithyris psittacea [in Russian]. Materials of scientific conference 70th anniversary of White Sea biological station Lomonosov (Moscow State University). Grif & Kº Publ., Moscow. 2008, p. 94-97.

Pakhnevich A. V., 2008. Biodiversity of brachiopod epibionts of European Arctic [in Russian]. Nature of the shelf and archipelagos of the European Arctic. Proc. Internat. Sci. Conf. (Murmansk, 2008), p. 297-301.

Peck L. S., 2008. Brachiopods and climate change. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 451-

Peng Y. & Shi G.R., 2008. New Early Triassic Lingulidae (Brachiopoda) genera and species from South China. Alcheringa, 32 (2), 149-170.

Pérez-Huerta A., 2008. Regional originations and extinctions of Upper Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian) brachiopods fromthe Great Basin (USA): response to Late Palaeozoic palaeogeographic and climatic changes. Fossils and Strata, 54, 145-156.

Pérez-Huerta A., Cusack M., Ball A., Williams C. & Mackay S., 2008. Deciphering the distribution of organic components in brachiopod shells by confocal laser scanning microscopy. J. Microsc., 230 (1), 94-99.

Pérez-Huerta A. & Cusack M., 2008. Common crystal nucleation mechanism in shell formation of two morphologically distinct calcite brachiopods. Zoology, 111 (1), 9-15.

Pérez-Huerta A., Cusack M. & Zhu W., 2008. Assessment of crystallographic influence on material properties of calcite brachiopods. Mineralogical Magazine, 72 (2), 561-566.

Pérez-Huerta A., Cusack, M., Janousch, M. & Finch, A. 2008. Influence of crystallographic orientation of biogenic calcite on in situ Mg XANES analyses. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation, 15, 272-275.

Pérez-Huerta A., Cusack M., Jeffries T. E. & Williams C. T., 2008. High resolution distribution of magnesium and strontium and the evaluation of Mg/Ca thermometry in Recent brachiopod shells. Chem. Geol., 247 (1-2), 229-241.

Pérez-Huerta A., England J. & Cusack M., 2008. Crystallography of craniid brachiopods by electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD). Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 437-

Posenato R., 2008. Anisian (Middle Triassic) bivalves from the Dolomites (Italy) - Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen, 247 (1), 93-115.

Powell M. G., 2008. Timing and selectivity of the Late Mississippian mass extinction of brachiopod genera from the Central Appalachian Basin. Palaios, 23 (8), 525-534.

Quaglio F., Anelli L. E., Dos Santos P. R., Perinotto J. A. de J. & Rocha-Campos A. C., 2008. Invertebrates from the Low Head Member (Polonez Cove Formation,Oligocene) at Vaureal Peak, King George Island, West Antarctica. Antarct. Sci., 20 (2), 149-168.

Radulovic V., 2008. A new Pliensbachian rhynchonellide brachiopod from Livari (Rumija Mountain, Montenegro). Fossils and Strata, 54, 183-192.

Rees J. & Underwood C. J., 2008. Hybodont sharks of the English Bathonian and Callovian (Middle Jurassic) Palaeontology, 51 (1), 117-147.

Robinson J. H. & Lee D. E., 2008. Brachiopod pedicle traces: recognition of three separate types of trace and redefinition of Podichnus centrifugalis Bromley & Surlyk, 1973. Fossils and Strata, 54, 219-225.

Rodrigues S.C., Simões M.G., Kowalewski M.,Petti M.A.V., Nonato E.F., Martinez S. & del Rio C.J., 2008. Biotic interaction between spionid polychaetes and bouchardiid brachiopods: Paleoecological, taphonomic and evolutionary implications. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 53 (4), 657-668.

Rong J., Jin J., Zhan R. & Bergström J., 2008. The earliest known Stegerhynchus (Rhynchonellida, Brachiopoda) from the Hirnantian strata (uppermost Ordovician) at Borenshult, Östergötland, Sweden. GFF, 130, 21-30.

Ruggiero E.T., Raia P. & Buono G., 2008. Geometric morphometrics species discrimination within the genus Terebratula from the Late Cenozoic of Italy. Fossils and Strata, 54, 209-218.

Schemm-Gregory M., 2008. A new species of Filispirifer (Brachiopoda: Delthyridoidea) from the Dra Valley, Morocco (Lower Devonian). Zootaxa, 1739, 53-68.

Schemm-Gregory M., 2008. A new terebratulid brachiopod species from the Siegenian of the Dra valley, Morocco, and its stratigraphic, palaeogeographic and phylogenetic significance. Palaeontology, 51 ( 4), 793-806.

Schemm-Gregory M., 2008. New interpretations of the phylogeny and taxonomy of delthyridoid spiriferids (Brachiopoda, Lower and Middle Devonian). Bulletin of Geosciences, 83 (4), 401-448.

Schemm-Gregory M., 2008. A new delthyridoid spiriferid genus from the Dra Valley, Morocco, and its phylogenetic affi nities (Brachiopoda, Lower Devonian). Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 82 (4), 385-401.

Schemm-Gregory M. & U. Jansen, 2008. First report of the stringocephalid genus Paracrothyris (Brachiopoda, Middle Devonian) from North Africa. Bulletin of Geosciences, 83 (2), 169-173

Schmahl W.W., Griesshaber E., Merkel C., Kelm K., Deuschle J., Neuser R.D., Göetz A.J., Sehrbrock A. & Mader W., 2008. Hierarchical fibre composite structure and micromechanical properties of phosphatic and calcitic brachiopod shell biomaterials - an overview. Mineralogical Magazine, 72 (2), 541-562

Schmahl W. W., Griesshaber E., Neuser R. D., Goetz A. & C. Lüter, 2008. Electron Backscatter Diffraction Study of Brachiopod Shell Calcite - Microscale Phase and Texture Analysis of a Polycrystalline Biomaterial. Particle & Particle Systems Characterization, 25 (5-6), 474-478.

Shen S. & Zhang Y., 2008. Earliest Wuchiapingian (Lopingian, Late Permian) Brachiopods in Southern Hunan, South China: Implications for the Pre-Lopingian Crisis and Onset of Lopingian Recovery/Radiation. Journal of Paleontology, 82 (5), 924-937.

Shi G. R., Chen Z. Q. & J. Tong, 2008. New latest Carboniferous brachiopods from the Hexi Corridor Terrane, North China: faunal migrations and palaeogeographical implications. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 277-304.

Shiino Y., Kuwazuro O. & Yoshikawa N., 2008. Computational fluid dynamics study on the passive feeding flow formation of extinct brachiopod spirideride [in Japanese]. * - * ,13 (2), 531-532.

Siblík M., 2008. A Jurassic brachiopod fauna from the Mitterwand area near Hallstatt (Upper Austria). Jb. Geol. B.-A., 148 (1), 59-87.

Siblík M., 2008. New Rhaetian base and brachiopod fauna. Albertiana -the newsletter of the subcommission on Triassic Stratigraphy-, 37, 43-46.     [Nota: do not confuse this newsletter with the journal Albertiana, ISSN : 1126-9588]

Skovsted C. B., G. A. Brock, J. R. Paterson, L. E. Holmer & G. E. Budd, 2008. The scleritome of Eccentrotheca from the Lower Cambrian of South Australia: Lophophorate affinities and implications for tommotiid phylogeny. Geology, 36 (2), 171-174.

Smirnova T. N., 2008. Ontophylogenetic studies of the brachiopods of the Order Terebratulida. Paleontological Journal, 42 (8), 805-824.

Sone M. & Metcalfe I. 2008. Parallel Tethyan sutures in mainland Southeast Asia: New insights for Palaeo-Tethys closure and implications for the Indosinian orogeny. Special Issue on the Triassic Indosinian orogeny in East Asia, Lepvrier C. & Maluski H. (eds). C. R. Geosciences, 340, 166-179.

Sörensen A. M & S. Finn, 2008. A brachiopod boring (Podichnus) in a Late Cretaceous oyster from a mangrove-like environment, Skaane, Sweden. Lethaia, 41 (3), 295-298.

Streng M., Holmer L. E., Popov L. E. & Budd G. E., 2008. Columnar shell structures in early linguloid brachiopods ? new data from the Middle Cambrian of Sweden. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 221-2**.

Suan G., Mattioli E., Pittet B., Mailliot S. & Lecuyer C., 2008. Evidence for major environmental perturbation prior to and during the Toarcian (Early Jurassic) oceanic anoxic event from the Lusitanian Basin, Portugal. Paleoceanography, 23 (1), PA1202, doi:10.1029/2007PA001459.

Sulser H., 2008. Die Brachiopoden aus der alpinen Kreide der Nordostschweiz (Alpstein, Churfirsten, Mattstock) und von Vorarelberg - ein Überblick. Bericht. St. Gallisch. naturwiss. Gesellsch., 91, 97-122.

Sulser H. & H. Furrer, 2008. Dimerelloid rhynchonellide brachiopods in the Lower Jurassic of the Engadine (Canton Graubünden, National Park, Switzerland). Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 101 (1), 203-222.

Sun Y. & Balinski A., 2008. Silicified Mississippian brachiopods from Muhua, southern China: lingulids, craniids, strophomenids, productids, orthotetids, and orthids. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 53 (3), 485-524.

SuttonM. D., M. D., Briggs D. E. G., Siveter D. J. & Siveter D. J., 2008. Pedicle preservation in a Silurian rhynchonelliformean brachiopod from Herefordshire, England: soft-tissue or an artefact of interpretation? A Reply. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 309-?.

Taboada A. C., 2008. First record of the late Palaeozoic brachiopod Verchojania Abramov in Patagonia, Argentina. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 305-319.

Taddei Ruggiero E. & Bitner M. A., 2008. Bioerosion on brachiopod shells - a Cenozoic perspective. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 369-378.

Taddei Ruggiero E. & P. Raia, 2008. Ontogeny in Terebratula species: functional convergence and allometry but not heterochrony. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 320-331.

Takahashi H., Kamiya A., Ishiguro A., Suzuki A. C., Saitou N., Toyoda A. & Aruga Jun., 2008. Conservation and diversification of Msx protein in metazoan evolution. Mol. Biol. Evol., 25 (1), 69-82.

Tapanila L. & Ebbestad J. O. R., 2008. Benthic island community on the back of a snail: Silurian, Anticosti Island, Canada. Rev. Can. Sci. Terre, 45 (2), 203-211.

Tazawa J., 2008. A bipolar brachiopod genus Terrakea Booker, 1930 from the Middle Permian of the South Kitakami Belt, northeast Japan. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 332-340.

Tazawa J., 2008. Permian bipolar-type brachiopod genus Terrakea from the South Kitakami and Hida Gaien belts, Japan: palaeobiogeographical implications. Earth Science (Chikyu Kagaku), 62 (1), 63-67.

Tazawa J., 2008. Lamnimargus (Productida, Brachiopoda) from the Upper Permian of Ofunato in the South Kitakami Belt, NE Japan, and its palaeobiogeographical significance. Science Reports of Niigata University (Geology), 23, 1-11.

Tazawa J., 2008. Brachiopods from the Upper Permian Takakurayama Formation, Abukuma Mountains, northeast Japan. Science Reports of Niigata University (Geology), 23, 13-53.

Tazawa J., 2008. Permian brachiopods from the Mizukoshi Formation, central Kyushu, SW Japan: Systematics, palaeobiogeography and tectonic implications. Paleontological Research, 12 (1), 37-61.

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Tazawa J.i , Hasegawa S. & Hasegawa Y., 2008. Geotectonic setting of the Upper Permian Mizukoshi Formation, central Kyushu, southwest Japan [in Japanese]. Journal of the Geological Society of Japan, 114 (6), 269-285

Tomasovych A., 2008. Composition of Hettangian brachiopod communities in the Western Carpathians, 2008. implications for recovery after the end-Triassic mass extinction event. Fossils and Strata, 54, 173-182.

Tomasovych A., 2008. Substrate exploitation and resistance to biotic disturbance in the brachiopod Terebratalia transversa and the bivalve Pododesmus macrochisma. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 363, 157-170.

Tomasovych A., 2008. Evaluating neutrality and the escalation hypothesis in brachiopod communities from shallow, high-productivity habitats. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 10, 667-698.

Tomasovych A. , Carlson S. J. & M. Labarbera, 2008. Ontogenetic niche shift in the brachiopod Terebratalia transversa: relationship between the loss of rotation ability and allometric growth. Palaeontology, 51 (6), 1471-1496.

Ushatinskaya G. T., 2008. Origin and dispersal of the earliest brachiopods. Paleontological Journal, 42 (8), 776-791.

Torres-Martínez M.A., Sour-Tovar F. & Pérez-Huerta A., 2008. Neospiriferinid brachiopods (Spiriferida, Trigonotretidae) from Ixtaltepec Formation, Pennsylvanian of Oaxaca State, Southern Mexico. Fossils and Strata, 54, 157-166.

Uwe B., 2008. Mummpikia gen. nov. and the origin of calcitic-shelled brachiopods. Palaeontology, 52 (2), 349-367.

Wang X., Bachmann G. H., Hagdorn Hans, Sander P. Martin, Cuny G., X. Chen, C. Wang, Lide C., Long C., F. Meng & G. Xu, 2008. The Late Triassic black shales of the Guanling Area, Guizhou Province, south-west China: A unique marine reptile and pelagic crinoid fossil lagerstätte. Palaeontology, 51 (1), 27-61.

Waterhouse J. B., 2008. Golden Spikes and Black Flags – macro-invertebrate faunal zones for the Permian of east Australia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 345-372.

Wilmsen M. & Neuweiller F., 2008. Biosedimentology of the Early Jurassic post-extinction carbonate depositional system, central High Atlas rift basin, Morocco. Sedimentology, 55 (4), 773-807.

Wilson MA; Feldman HR; Bowen JC & Avni Y., 2008. A new equatorial, very shallow marine sclerozoan fauna from the Middle (late Callovian) of southern Israel. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., 263 (1-2), 24-29.

Winkler Prins C. F., 2008. Some spiriferid brachiopods from the Permian of Timor (Indonesia). Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 120 (1), 389- ? .

Wright A. D. & J. Rong, 2008. Co-existence of interarea and palintrope: contribution of a new pentameride brachiopod from the Upper Ordovician of Sweden. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 263-

Yamamoto K., Asami R. & Iryu Y., 2008. Carbon and oxygen isotopic compositions of modern brachiopod (Kikaithyris hanzawai and Basiliola lucida) shells from a subtropical shelf environment off Amami-o-shima, Southwestern Japan [in Japanese]. Chikyu Monthly, (59), 85-94.

Yokobori S., Iseto T., Asakawa S., Sasaki T., Shimizu N., Yamagishi A., Oshima T. & E. Hirose, 2008. Complete nucleotide sequences of mitochondrial genomes of two solitary entoprocts, Loxocorone allax and Loxosomella aloxiata: Implications for lophotrochozoan phylogeny. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 47 (2), 612-628.

Zezina O. N., 2008. Biogeography of the recent brachiopods. Paleontological Journal, 42 (8), 830-858.

Zezina O. N., 2008. Vertical biological zoning of the continental slope depending on the sedimentation conditions [in Russian]. Okeanologiya, 48 (6), 895-899.

Zezina O. N., 2008. Notes on brachiopods from the North Atlantic. Mar. Biol. Res., 4 (1-2), 157-159.

Zhan R. & Jin J., 2008. Onshore migration of a deep-water brachiopod fauna from the Lower Ordovician Tonggao Formation, Jiangnan Slope, southeastern Guizhou Province, South China. Rev. Can. Sci. Terre, 45 (2), 141-157.

Zhan R. & Jin J., 2008. Diversity analysis of the Early Ordovician Sinorthis Fauna (Brachiopoda) from the Meitan Formation of Zunyi, northern Guizhou, South China. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 239-

Zhang Xg & Pratt BR., 2008. Microborings in Early Cambrian phosphatic and phosphatized fossils. Palaeogeogr., Palaeoclimatol., Palaeoecol., 267 (3-4), 185-195.

Zhang Z. F., Robson S. P., Emig C. C. & D. G. Shu, 2008. Early Cambrian radiation of brachiopods: A perspective from South China. Gondwana Research, 14 (1-2), 241-254..

Zuykov M. A & Butts S. H., 2008. Glyptorthis (Foerste, 1914) and Bassettella new genus (Brachiopoda: Orthida) from the Late Ordovician of the east Baltic. J. Paleontol., 82 (1), 197-200.

This paper is not dealing with Brachiopoda but worth to be read about consequences of false identification:
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Harper D. A. T. , Long S. L. & C. Nielsen (eds), 2008. Brachiopoda: Fossil and Recent. Fossils and Strata vol. 54, 331 p.

Holmer L. E., Popov L. & Streng M., 2008. Organophosphatic stem group brachiopods: implications for the phylogeny of the subphylum Linguliformea. Fossils and Strata, 54, 3-11.

Bassett M.G., Popov L.E. & Egerquist E., 2008. Early ontogeny of some Ordovician–Silurian strophomenate brachiopods: significance for interpreting evolutionary relationships within early Rhynchonelliformea. Fossils and Strata, 54, 13-20.

Benedetto J. L., 2008. Spatial and stratigraphic distribution of the Ordovician rhynchonelliformean brachiopod Productorthis Kozlowski: fast migrations or parallel evolution? Fossils and Strata, 54, 21-29.

Harper DAT., Bruton D.L. & Rasmussen C. M.Ø., 2008. The Otta brachiopod and trilobite fauna: palaeogeography of Early Palaeozoic terranes and biotas across Baltoscandia. Fossils and Strata, 54, 31-40.

Jin J. & Copper P., 2008. Response of brachiopod communities to environmental change during the Late Ordovician mass extinction interval, Anticosti Island, eastern Canada. Fossils and Strata, 54, 41-51.

Hoel O.A., 2008. Evidence for muscular control of the apical pedicle in a Silurian Leptaenine brachiopod from Gotland, Sweden, and its life position. Fossils and Strata, 54, 53-58.

Botquelen A. & Gourvennec R., 2008. Palaeoecological responses ofbenthic associations to relative sea-level changes: Lower Devonian of the Massif Armoricain, France. Fossils and Strata, 54, 59-68.

Boucot A.J., Racheboeuf P.R. & Niemeyer H., 2008. Sierra de Almeida Zorritas Formation, northern Chile, Devonian brachiopods: more is better. Fossils and Strata, 54, 69-74.

Fitzgerald P.C., 2008. Taxonomic versus phylogenetic estima tes of extinction severity in Devonian terebratulide brachiopod genera. Fossils and Strata, 54, 75-86.

Halamski A.T., 2008. Palaeobiogeographical signature of the Middle Devonian Lysogory Region brachiopod fauna. Fossils and Strata, 54, 87-98.

Jansen U., Schemm-Gregory M. & Chen X., 2008: Comparison of some spiriferid brachiopods from the Lower Devonian of South China and Europe. Fossils and Strata, 54, 99-104.

Balinski A. & Sun Y., 2008. Micromorphic brachiopods from the Lower Carboniferous of South China, and their life habits. Fossils and Strata, 54, 105-115.

Angiolini L. & Stephenson M.H., 2008. Early Permian brachiopods and palynomorphs from the Dorud Group, Alborz Mountains, north Iran: evidence for their palaeobiogeographic affinities. Fossils and Strata, 54, 117-132.

Martínez Chacón M. L. & Bahamonde J. R., 2008. Brachiopods from a steep-slope facies of a Pennsylvanian carbonate platform (Sierra del Cuera, Asturias, North Spain). Fossils and Strata, 54, 133-143.

Pérez-Huerta A., 2008. Regional originations and extinctions of Upper Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian) brachiopods fromthe Great Basin (USA): response to Late Palaeozoic palaeogeographic and climatic changes. Fossils and Strata, 54, 145- 156.

Torres-Martínez M. A., Sour-Tovar F. & Pérez-Huerta A., 2008. Neospiriferinid brachiopods (Spiriferida, Trigonotretidae) from Ixtaltepec Formation, Pennsylvanian of Oaxaca State, Southern Mexico. Fossils and Strata, 54, 157-166.

Carlson S. J., 2008. Tree balance, clade size distribution and extinction selectivity in Palaeozoic terebratulide brachiopods. Fossils and Strata, 54, 167-172.

Tomasovych A., 2008. Composition of Hettangian brachiopod communities in the Western Carpathians, 2008. implications for recovery after the end-Triassic mass extinction event. Fossils and Strata, 54, 173-182.

Radulovic V., 2008. A new Pliensbachian rhynchonellide brachiopod from Livari (Rumija Mountain, Montenegro). Fossils and Strata, 54, 183-192.

Dulai A., Bitner M. A. & Müller P., 2008. A monospecific assemblage of a new rhynchonellide brachiopod from the Paleocene of Austria. Fossils and Strata, 54, 193-201.

MacKinnon D.L, Long S.L. & Owen E.F., 2008. New observations on loop morphology and systematic revision of the Antarctic Eocene Brachiopods 'Laqueus' cockburnensis Owen, 1980 and Laquethiris curiosa Bitner, 1996 . Fossils and Strata, 54, 203-208.

Ruggiero E.T., Raia P. & Buono G., 2008. Geometric morphometrics species discrimination within the genus Terebratula from the Late Cenozoic of Italy. Fossils and Strata, 54, 209-218.

Robinson J. H. & Lee D. E., 2008. Brachiopod pedicle traces: recognition of three separate types of trace and redefinition of Podichnus centrifugalis Bromley & Surlyk, 1973. Fossils and Strata, 54, 219-225.

Bromley R.G., 2008. Trace fossil Podichnus obliquus, attachment scar of the brachiopod Terebratulina retusa, 2008. Pleistocene, Rhodes, Greece. Fossils and Strata, 54, 227-230.

Motchurova-Dekova N., Long S. & Saito M., 2008. Unravelling taxonomy of some Post-Palaeozoic rhynchonellides by using multiple techniques to investigate their internal morphology. Fossils and Strata, 54, 231-239.

Lee D. E., 2008. The terebratulides: the supreme brachiopod survivors. Fossils and Strata, 54, 241-249.

Freeman G. & Lundelius J., 2008. Brachiopod larvae through time. Fossils and Strata, 54, 251-257.

Cusack M., England J., Parkinson D., Dalbeck P., Lee M.R., Curry G.B. & Fallick A.E., 2008. Oxygen isotope composition, magnesium distribution and crystallography of Terebratulina retusa. Fossils and Strata, 54, 259-268.

Gaspard D., Marie,B., Luquet G. & Marin F., 2008. Biochemical characteristics of the soluble organic matrix from the shell of three Recent terebratulid brachiopod species. Fossils and Strata, 54, 269-276.

Asgaard U., 2008. Crania at your service: the Antikythira Shipwreck. Fossils and Strata, 54, 277-282.

Cohen B. L., Long S. L. & Saito M., 2008. Living craniids: preliminary molecular evidence of their inter-relationships. Fossils and Strata, 54, 283-287.

Alvarez F., Brunton CH.C & Long S.L., 2008. Megathyrididae loop: a simple complication. Fossils and Strata, 54, 289-298.

Logan A., A. Tomasovych, M. Zuschin, & B. Grill, 2008. Recent brachiopods from the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. Fossils and Strata, 54, 299-310.

Lüter C., 2008. Recent brachiopods collected during the deep-sea cruise SO 168 Zealandia with the research vessel FS Sonne between Mt. Spong (Tasman Sea) and the Chatham Islands (Pacific) in 2002/2003. Fossils and Strata, 54, 311-320.

MacKinnon D. L., N. Hiller, S. L. Long & B. A. Marshall, 2008. Neoaemula, a new genus of platidiid brachiopod, with new observations on species referred to the Recent platidiid brachiopod genus Amphithyris Thomson. Fossils and Strata, 54, 321-331.