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Álvarez F., Emig C. C. & J. Tréguier, 2016. Brachiopodes actuels: historique et révision de la collection D.-P. Œhlert (Laval) ; brachiopodes des côtes françaises métropolitaines. Bulletin de la Société des Sciences naturelles de l'Ouest de la France, hors-série 1, 386 p. - & Sciences etc, Annales des collections de Sciences et techniques du Musée des Sciences de Laval, hors-série 1, 386 p.

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Afanasjeva G. A., 2016. Independent similarity in the morphological evolution of brachiopods. Paleontological Journal, 50 (14), 1561-1568.

Andrade B., Duarte LV., Joral FG., Goy A. & Henriques MH., 2016. Palaeobiogeographic patterns of the brachiopod assemblages of the Iberian Subplate during the Late Toarcian-Early Aalenian (Jurassic). Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 442), 12-22.

Angiolini L. et al., 2016. Brachiopods from the Cisuralian–Guadalupian of Darvaz, Tajikistan and implications for Permian stratigraphic correlations. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 539-568.

Astibia H. et al., 2016. Fossil associations from the middle and upper Eocene strata of the Pamplona Basin and surrounding areas (Navarre, western Pyrenees). Journal of Iberian Geology, 42 (1), 7-28.

Atif K.F.T., Aretz M., Legrand-Blain M., Bouzid A. & Aimouche M., 2016. Braquiópodos y corales rugosos en un biostroma del Serpukhoviense superior (Misisípico): resultados preliminares del yacimiento de Djebel Arhlal (Cuenca Béchar, Argelia). Boletin Geologico y Minero, 127 (2-3), 345-360.

Baeza-Carratalá J. F., Manceñido M. O. & F. García Joral, 2016. Cisnerospira (Brachiopoda, Spiriferinida), an atypical Early Jurassic spire bearer from the Subbetic Zone (SE Spain) and its significance. Journal of Paleontology, 90 (6),1081-1099.

Baeza-Carratalá J. F., García Joral F., J. E. Tent-Manclús, 2016. Brachiopod faunal exchange through an epioceanic-epicontinental transitional area from the Early Jurassic South Iberian platform system. Geobios, 49 (4), 243-255.

Balinski A., Racki G. & Halamski A. T., 2016. Brachiopods and stratigraphy of the Upper Devonian (Frasnian) succession of the Radlin Syncline (Holy Cross Mountains, Poland). Acta Geologica Polonica, 66 (2), 125-174.

Balinski A. & Y. Sun, 2016. Cyrtinoides Yudina and Rzhonsnitskaya, 1985, an aberrant Middle Devonian ambocoeliid brachiopod genus from China. Palaeoworld, online.

Balseiro D. & Halpern K., 2016. Environmental preferences of brachiopods and bivalves across major climatic changes during the Late Palaeozoic ice age (Pennsylvanian, western Argentina). Palaeontology, 59(6), 803-816

Baranov VV. & Blodgett RB., 2016. Two new brachiopod genera from the Lower Pragian (Lower Devonian, Soda Creek Limestone) of west-central Alaska. Paleontological Research, 50 (1), 34-40.

Barucca M., Canapa A. & Biscotti M. A., 2016. An overview of hox genes in Lophotrochozoa: evolution and functionality. Journal of developmental Biology, 41 (12).

Bassett-Butt L., 2016. Systematics, biostratigraphy and biogeography of brachiopods and other fossils from the middle Cambrian Nelson Limestone, Antarctica. GFF, 138 (3), 377-392.

Beaman R.J., Bridge T.C.L., Lüter C., Reitner J. & Wörheide G., 2016. Spatial patterns in the distribution of benthic assemblages across a large depth gradient in the Coral Sea, Australia. Marine Biodiversity. Online.

Benedetto JL., 2016. Reassessment of the spinose polytoechiid brachiopod Pinatotoechia Benedetto from the Lower Ordovician of western Argentina. Ameghiniana, 53 (4), 506-511.

Bitner M.A., Astibia H. & A. Payros, 2016. Middle Eocene (Bartonian) brachiopods from the Pamplona Basin, Navarre, South-Western Pyrenees. Batalleria, 23, 1-7.

Bitner M. A. & Logan A., 2016. Recent Brachiopoda from the Mozambique-Madagascar area, western Indian Ocean. Zoosystema, 38 (1), 5-41.

Bitner M. A. & N. Motchurova-Dekova, 2016. Middle Miocene (Badenian) brachiopods from Yasen, northwestern Bulgaria: taxonomic composition and biogeographical significance. N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Abh., 279 (1), 7-22.

Brand U. et al., 2016. Methane hydrate: killer cause of Earth's greatest mass extinction. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 496-507.

Brusca RC., Moore W. & Shuster SM., 2016. The lophophorates phyla Phoronida, Bryozoa, and Brachiopoda. Invertebrates, 3rd ed., Sinauer, Sunderland, p. 635-668.

Budil P., Mergl M. & Smutek D., 2016. Paleontologicky vyzkum lokality Brloh v Zeleznych horách (Lipoltické souvrství, spodní ordovik). Geoscience Research Reports, 49, 149-156.

Buhl-Mortensen L., Ellingsen K.E., Buhl-Mortensen P., Skaar K.L. & Gonzalez-Mirelis G., 2016. Trawling disturbance on megabenthos and sediment in the Barents Sea: Chronic effects on density, diversity, and composition. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73, i98-i114.

Carbonaro F.A. & Ghilardi R.P., 2016. Fósseis do devoniano de goiás, Brasil (Sub-bacia alto garças, bacia do paraná). Papeis Avulsos de Zoologia, 56 (11), 135-149.

Carlson S. J., 2016. The Evolution of Brachiopoda. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 44, 409-438.

Chen Z.-Y., Kim M.-H., Choh S.-J., Lee D.-J. & Chen X., 2016. Discovery of Anticostia uniformis from the Xiazhen Formation at Zhuzhai, South China and its stratigraphic implication. Palaeoworld, 25 (3), 356-361.

Chu D. et al., 2016. Biostratigraphic correlation and mass extinction during the Permian-Triassic transition in terrestrial-marine siliciclastic settings of South China. Global aand Planetary Change, 146, 67-88.

Cisterna G.A. & Sterren A.F., 2016. Late Carboniferous postglacial brachiopod faunas in the Southwestern Gondwana margin. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 569-580.

Clark J. V. et al., 2016. Determination of paleoseasonality of fossil brachiopods using shell spiral deviations and chemical proxies. Palaeoworld, online.

Cocks LRM., 2016. The relationships and diversification of Ordovician and Silurian chilidiopsoidean brachiopods. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 14 (8), 703-729.

Cohen B. L. & & A. Pisera, 2016. Crinoid phylogeny: new interpretation of the main Permo-Triassic divergence, comparisons with echinoids and brachiopods, and EvoDevo interpretations of major morphological variations. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. London, online.

Colmenar J., 2016. Ordovician rafinesquinine brachiopods from peri-Gondwana. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 61 (2), 293-326.

Comniskey J. C., Bosetti E. P. & Horodyski R. S., 2016. Taphonomic aspects and the Lilliput Effect on Devonian discinoids of the Paraná Basin, Apucarana Sub-basin, Brazil. Gaea, 9 (1), 55-64.

Crippa G., Ye F., Malinverno C. & Rizzi A., 2016. Quale è il metodo migliore per preparare le conchiglie di invertebrati per l’analisi al SEM? Un esempio di sperimentazione di diverse tecniche su esemplari recenti e fossili di brachiopodi. Bollettino della Societa Paleontologica Italiana, 55 (2), 111-125

Cross EL, Peck L S., Lamare MD &, Harper,EM., 2016. No ocean acidification effects on shell growth and repair in the New Zealand brachiopod Calloria inconspicua (Sowerby, 1846). ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73 (3), 920-926.

Da Rocha R.B. et al., 2016. Base of the Toarcian Stage of the Lower Jurassic defined by the Global Boundary Stratotype Section and Point (GSSP) at the Peniche Section (Portugal). Episodes, 39(3), 460-481

Earp C., 2016. Late Early Devonian brachiopods from Montys Hut Formation, central Victoria, Australia. Alcheringa, 40 (2), 161-181.

Emig C. C., 2016. Les Brachiopodes des côtes françaises métropolitaines. Bulletin de la Société des Sciences Naturelles de l'Ouest de la France, hors-série 1, 129-167 et 183-188. - & Sciences etc, Annales des collections de Sciences et techniques du Musée des Sciences de Laval, hors-série 1, 129-167 et 183-188. See above.

Emig C. C., Bitner M. A. & Álvarez F., 2016. Brachiopoda database. Accessed at http://paleopolis.es/brachiopoda_database on 20yy-mm-dd.

Emig C. C., Bitner A. M. & Álvarez F., 2016. Brachiopoda Database (version Feb 2016). In: Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life, 2016 Annual Checklist (Roskov Y. et al., eds). DVD; Species 2000: Naturalis, NL-Leiden.  

Finnegan S., Rasmussen CMO. & Harper DAT, 2016. Biogeographic and bathymetric determinants of brachiopod extinction and survival during the Late Ordovician mass extinction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-biological Sciences, 283 (1829).

Fürsich F.T., Pan Y., Wilmsen M. & Majidifard M.R., 2016. Biofacies, taphonomy, and paleobiogeography of the Kamar-e-Mehdi formation of east-central Iran, a middle to upper Jurassic shelf lagoon deposit. Facies, 62 (1), 2.

Gaetani M., 2016. Brachiopods from the type-section of the Bithynian substage (Anisian, middle Triassic, northwestern Turkey). Rivista Italiana di Paleontologia e Stratigrafia, 122 (2), 61-75.

Gerovasileiou V. & Bailly N., 2016. Brachiopoda of Greece: An annotated checklist. Biodiversity Data Journal, 4 (1), e8169.

Grunt T. A. & Weyer D., 2016. New data on some Middle Devonian Athyridida (Brachiopoda) from the Rhenish Massif, Germany. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 616-631.

Guex J., 2016. Retrograde evolution during major extinction crises. SpringerBriefs in Evolutionary Biology, 77 p.

Gushulak CAC., Jin JS & Rudkin DM. 2016. Paleolatitudinal morpho-gradient of the early Silurian brachiopod Pentameroides in Laurentia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 53 (7), 680-694.

Halamski A. T., 2016. Seventh International Brachiopod Congress Nanjing, China, 22-25 May 2015. http://paleopolis.es/BrachNet/REF/Pub/halamski-2016.html.
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Halamski A.T., Bitner M.A., Kaim A., Kolar-Jurkovsek T. & Jurkovsek B., 2016 (2015). Addendum: Corrections to accepted dates for articles in Journal of Paleontology, vol. 89, no. 4. Journal of Paleontology, 89 (5), 897-897.

Harlou R. et al., 2016. Geochemistry of Campanian–Maastrichtian brachiopods from the Rørdal-1 core (Denmark): Differential responses to environmental change and diagenesis. Chemical Geology, 442, 35-46.

Harper DAT & Hints L., 2016. Hirnantian (Late Ordovician) brachiopod faunas across Baltoscandia: A global and regional context. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 444, 71-83.

Harper E.M. & Peck, L.S., 2016. Latitudinal and depth gradients in marine predation pressure. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 25 (6), 670-678.

He WH., Shi GR., Yang TL., Zhang KX., Yue ML., Xiao YF., Wu HT., Chen B. & Wu SB., 2016. Patterns of brachiopod faunal and body-size changes across the Permian-Triassic boundary: Evidence from the Daoduishan section in Meishan area, South China. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 448, Special Issue, 72-84.

Hiller N., 2016. New Cretaceous brachiopods from the South Island, New Zealand. Records of the Canterbury Museum, 30, 5–12.

Holmer L.E., Popov L.E., Klishevich I. & Ghobadi Pour M., 2016. Reassessment of the early Triassic lingulid brachiopod ‘Lingulaborealis Bittner, 1899 and related problems of lingulid taxonomy. GFF, 138 (4), 519-525.

Holmer L.E et al., 2016. Ordovician (Darriwilian–Sandbian) linguliform brachiopods from the southern Cuyania Terrane of west-central Argentina. Australasian Palaeontological Memoir, 49, xxx.

Hryniewicz K., Bitner M.A., Durska E., Hagström J., Hjálmarsdóttir H.R., Jenkins R.G., Little C.T.S., Miyajima Y., Nakrem H.A. & A. Kaim, 2016. Paleocene methane seep and wood-fall marine environments from Spitsbergen, Svalbard. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, in press.

Huang B., Zhan RB. & Wang GX., 2016. Recovery brachiopod associations from the lower Silurian of South China and their paleoecological implications. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 53 (7), 674-679.

Huang B., Baarli B , Zhan RB & Rong JY., 2016. A new early Silurian brachiopod genus, Thulatrypa, from Norway and South China, and its palaeobiogeographical significance. Alcheringa, 40 (1), 83-97.

Immenhauser A, Schone BR., Hoffmann R. & Niedermayr A., 2016.  Mollusc and brachiopod skeletal hard parts: Intricate archives of their marine environment. Sedimentology, 63 (1), 1-59.

Jansen U., 2016. Brachiopod faunas, facies and biostratigraphy of the Pridolian to lower Eifelian succession in the Rhenish Massif (Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany). In: Becker R. T., Königshof P. & Brett C. E. (Eds): Devonian Climate, Sea Level and Evolutionary Events. Special Publications of the Geological Society, London, 423 (1), 45-122. Published online first: http://doi.org/10.1144/SP423.11

Japundzic M. & Sremac J., 2016. Palaeobiogeography of the Late Carboniferous brachiopoda from Velebit Mt. (Croatia). Geologia Croatica, 69 (2), 177-185.

Jean CB., Kyser TK., James NP. & Stokes MD., 2016. The Antarctic brachiopod Liothyrella uva as a proxy for ambient oceanographic conditions at Mcmurdo Sound (85 (1492), 2015). Journal of Sedimentary Research, 86 (4), 311.

Kaiser S.I., Aretz M. & Becker R.T., 2016. The global Hangenberg Crisis (Devonian-Carboniferous transition): Review of a first-order mass extinction. Geological Society Special Publication, 423 (1), 387-437.

Ke Y., Shen S., Shi G.R., Fan J., Zhang H., Qiao L. & Zeng Y., 2016. Global brachiopod palaeobiogeographical evolution from Changhsingian (Late Permian) to Rhaetian (Late Triassic). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 448, 4-25.

Kocot K. M., 2016. On 20 years of Lophotrochozoa. Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 16 (2), 329-343.

Lang L., Kirsimae K  & Vahur S. 2016. Diagenetic fate of bioapatite in linguliform brachiopods: multiple apatite phases in shells of Cambrian lingulate brachiopod Ungula ingrica (Eichwald). Lethaia, 49 (1), 13-27.

Klompmaker AA., Nutzel A. & Kaim A., 2016. Drill hole convergence and a quantitative analysis of drill holes in mollusks and brachiopods from the Triassic of Italy and Poland. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 457, 342-359.

Kocot K. M., 2016. On 20 years of Lophotrochozoa. Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 16 (2), 329-343.

Kuzmina T.V., Temereva EN. & Malakhov VV., 2016. Structure of the main heart of the articulate brachiopod Hemithiris psittacea: Morphological evidence of dual function. Zoologischer Anzeiger, 262, 1-9.

Kuzmina T.V., Temereva E.N. & Malakhov V.V., 2016. Larval development of brachiopod Coptothyris grayi (Davidson, 1852) (Brachiopoda, Rhynchonelliformea). Doklady Biological Sciences, 471 (1), 258-260.

Lang L., Kirsimäe K. & Vahur S., 2016. Diagenetic fate of bioapatite in linguliform brachiopods: multiple apatite phases in shells of Cambrian lingulate brachiopod Ungula ingrica (Eichwald). Lethaia, 49 (1), 13-27.

Lavié F.J. &, Benedetto J.L., 2016. Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian) Linguliform and Craniiform Brachiopods from the Precordillera (Cuyania Terrane) of West-Central. Argentina Journal of Paleontology, 90 (6), 1068-1080.

Lee S. & Shi G. R., 2016. A preliminary phylogenetic study of late Palaeozoic spiriferoid brachiopods using cladistic and Bayesian approaches. Palaeoworld, 25 (1), 43-59.

Lee SM, Shi G. R., Park, H & Tazawa JI., 2016. Antitropicality and convergent evolution: a case study of Permian neospiriferine brachiopods. Palaeontology, 59 (1), 109-138.

Li FJ, Qu XL, Du LC , Dai TY , Yang YC  Li, JW & Yang CJ, 2016. Genetic processes and environmental significance of Lower Devonian brachiopod shell concentrations in Longmenshan area, Sichuan, China.  Journal of Asian Earth Sciences,  115,  393-403.

Li X. & Wang, J., 2016. Late Carboniferous brachiopods from the Piyaman-Buya area in southwestern Tarim Basin and an analysis of depositional environment. Geological Bulletin of China, 35 (9), 1497-1505.

Lüter C., 2016. The Brachiopods (lamp shells). In: Brusca R. C., W. Moore & S. Schuster. Invertebrates, 3rd ed., Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.

Lüter C., Kohlberg G. & Schories D., 2016. Lamp shells, Brachiopoda. In: Schories D. & Kohlberg G. (eds.), Marine Wildlife, King George Island, Antarctica. Schories Publications, Rostock, p. 240-241.

Ma X. et al., 2016. The Late Devonian Frasnian-Famennian Event in South China - Patterns and causes of extinctions, sea level changes, and isotope variations. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 448 (SI), 224-244.

MacFarlan D. A. B., 2016. Middle and Late Jurassic terebratulides from New Zealand. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 467-495.

Martínez Chacón M.L. & Winkler Prins C.F., 2016. Isogramma Meek & Worthen, 1870 (Dictyonellida, Brachiopoda) from the Pennsylvanian of the Canlabrian Mountains (N Spain). Spanish Journal of Palaconlology, 31 (1), 115-130.

Matyszkiewicz J. et al., 2016. Oxfordian neptunian dykes with brachiopods from the southern part of the Krakow-Czestochowa Upland (southern Poland) and their links to hydrothermal vents. Facies, 62 (2), n° 12.

Mergl M., Ferrová L. & Fryda, J. 2016. Armoured test of Early Devonian Mesoconularia (Conulariida) from the Prague Basin (Czech Republic): probable adaptation to increased predation pressure. Bulletin of Geosciences, 91 (3), 561–581.

Mergl M. & Kraft P., 2016. A new Ordovician paterinate brachiopod from the Barrandian area of the Czech Republic. Australasian Palaeontological Memoir, 49, xxx.

MergL M. & Nolcová L., 2016. Phenotypic plasticity of colour-patterned Plectodonta (Strophomenida, Brachiopoda) from the Lower Devonian of the Barrandian area (Czech Republic). Bulletin of Geosciences, 91 (4), 653-660.

Mergl M. & Nolcová L., 2016. Schizocrania (brachiopoda, discinoidea): Taxonomy, occurrence, ecology and history of the earliest epizoan lingulate brachiopod. Fossil Imprint, 72 (3-4), 225-238.

Mottequin B., Brice D., Marion J.-M. & Simon E., 2016. Plicathyridine brachiopods (Athyridida) from the Frasnian (Late Devonian) of Western Europe and Middle East. Geobios, 49 (5), 381-393.

Mottequin B. & Poty E., 2016. Kellwasser horizons, sea-level changes and brachiopod-coral crises during the late Frasnian in the Namur-Dinant Basin (southern Belgium): a synopsis. Geological Society Special Publication, 423, 235-250.

Muñoz D. F. & J. L. Benedetto, 2016. The eoorthid brachiopod Apheoorthina in the Lower Ordovician of NW Argentina and the dispersal pathways between the Andean and Mediterranean regions of Gondwana. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 61 (3), 633-644.

Nie T. et al., 2016. Age and distribution of the Late Devonian brachiopod genus Dzieduszyckia Siemiradzki, 1909 in southern China. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 600-615.

Paskevicius J. & Hints L., 2016. New Early Katian species of Leptestiidae and Hesperorthidae (Brachiopoda) from Lithuania. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 65 (2), 75-84.

Percival I. G., Engelbretsen M.J. & S. Peng, 2016. Drumian and Guzhangian (middle Cambrian) lingulate brachiopods from Hunan Province, China. Australasian Palaeontological Memoir, 49, xxx.

Percival I. G. et al., 2016. Ordovician (Darriwilian–Katian) lingulate brachiopods from central New South Wales, Australia. Australasian Palaeontological Memoir, 49, xxx.

Perez L.M., Perez Panera J.P., Aguilera O.A., Ronchi D.I., Sanchez R., Manceñido M.O. & Sanchez-Villagra M.R., 2016. Palaeontology, sedimentology, and biostratigraphy of a fossiliferous outcrop of the Early Miocene Querales Formation, Falcón Basin, Venezuela. Swiss Journal of Palaeontology, 135 (2), 187-203.

Ponti M., Grech D., Mori M., Perlini R., Ventra V., Panzalis P. & Cerrano C., 2016. The role of gorgonians on the diversity of vagile benthic fauna in Mediterranean rocky habitats. Marine Biology, 163 (120), 14 p.

Popov L. E. et al., 2016. Emergence of the Saucrorthis Fauna in the Middle Ordovician of northern Iran. Australasian Palaeontological Memoir, 49, xxx.

Posenato R., 2016. Systematics of lingulide brachiopods from the end-Permian mass extinction interval. Riv. It. Paleont. Strat., 122 (2), 85-108.

Qiao L. & Shen S., 2016. Taxonomical and biostratigraphical remarks on the rhynchonellide "Paurorhyncha" (Brachiopoda) in the Yidade Formation of eastern Yunnan, China. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 639-646.

Radulovic BV,  Radulovic,VJ  & Ruban DA., 2016.   Similarity of Early and Middle Jurassic brachiopods between the Danubian and Getic tectonic units of eastern Serbia. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 443, 230-236.

Riechelmann S. et al., 2016. Impact of diagenetic alteration on brachiopod shell magnesium isotope (δ26Mg) signatures: Experimental versus field data. Chemical Geology, 440, 191-206.

Roark A., Grossman E. L. & Lebold J., 2016. Low seasonality in central equatorial Pangea during a late Carboniferous highstand based on high-resolution isotopic records of brachiopod shells. Bulletin of the geological Society of America, 128 (3-4), 597-608.

Robinson J.H., Donald K.M., Brandt A.J. & D.E. Lee, 2016. Magasella sanguinea (Leach, 1814) and Magasella haurakiensis (Allan, 1931): resolving the taxonomic placement of these endemic New Zealand brachiopods using morphological and molecular traits. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, xx - online

Rojas A., Portell R. W. & M. Kowalewski, 2016. The post-Palaeozoic fossil record of drilling predation on lingulide brachiopods. Lethaia,

Rollion-Bard C., Saulnier S., Vigier N., Schumacher A., Chaussidon M. & Lecuyer C., 2016. Variability in magnesium, carbon and oxygen isotope compositions of brachiopod shells: Implications for paleoceanographic studies. Chemical Geology, 423, 49-60.

Ruban D.A., Radulovic B.V. & Radulovic V.J., 2016. Diversity dynamics of Early Cretaceous brachiopods in the tectonic units of Serbia: regional versus global patterns. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 127 (6), 691-698.

Sandy M. R. & Peckmann J., 2016. The Early Cretaceous brachiopod Peregrinella from Tibet: a confirmed hydrocarbon-seep occurrence for a seep-restricted genus. Palaeontologische Zeitschrift, 90 (4), 691-699.

Shi G. R. et al., 2016. Nearshore-offshore-basin species diversity and body size variation patterns in Late Permian (Changhsingian) brachiopods. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 448, Special Issue, 96-107.

Shi G.R. et al., 2016. Early Carboniferous spiriferoid brachiopods from the Qaidam Basin, Northwest China: taxonomy, biostratigraphy and biogeography. Palaeoworld, online.

Shiino Y. & Y. Tokuda, 2016. How does flow recruit epibionts onto brachiopod shells? Insights into reciprocal interactions within the symbiotic framework. Palaeoworld, online.

Shen S. et al., 2016. An upper Kungurian/lower Guadalupian (Permian) brachiopod fauna from the South Qiangtang Block in Tibet and its palaeobiogeographical implications. Palaeoworld, online.

Shi G.R., Zhang Y., Shen S., W. He, 2016. Nearshore–offshore–basin species diversity and body size variation patterns in Late Permian (Changhsingian) brachiopods. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 448, 96-107.

Shi G.R., Chen Z.-Q., Lee S., & Zhan L.-P., 2016. Early Carboniferous spiriferoid brachiopods from the Qaidam Basin, Northwest China: Taxonomy, biostratigraphy and biogeography. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 581-599.

Simon E. G., Logan A., Zuschin M., Mainguy J. & B. Mottequin, 2016. Lenticellaria and Hillerella, new kraussinoid genera (Kraussinoidea, Brachiopoda) from Indo-Pacific and Red Sea waters: evolution in the subfamily Megerliinae. Zootaxa, 4137 (1), 1-34.

Skovsted C. B., 2016. A silicified tommotiid from the lower Cambrian of Greenland. Bulletin of Geosciences, 91 (3), 553-559.

Smirnova T. N. & Zhegallo E. A., 2016. Shell microstructure and variability of cell imprints of the mantle outer epithelium in the genus Suiaella Moisseev (Brachiopoda, Rhynchonellida) from the Lower Cretaceous of Crimea. Paleontological Journal, 50 (3), 239-244.

Smirnova T. N. & Zhegallo E. A., 2016. shell microstructure and imprints of cells of the outer mantle epithelium of Monticlarella Wisniewska (Brachiopoda: Rhynchonellida, Norelloidea). Paleontological Journal, 50 (4), 369-375.

Smith P.M. et al., 2016. Linguliformean brachiopods from the early Templetonian (Cambrian Series 3, Stage 5) Giles Creek Dolostone, Amadeus Basin, Northern Territory. Australasian Palaeontological Memoir, 49, xxx.

Sproat C. D. & J. Jin, 2016. The Middle-Late Ordovician brachiopod Plectorthis from North America and its paleobiogeographic significance. Palaeoworld, 25(4), 647-661.

Streng M., Butler AD., Peel JS., Garwood RJ. & Caron JB., 2016. A new family of Cambrian rhynchonelliformean brachiopods (Order Naukatida) with an aberrant coral-like morphology. Palaeontology, 59 (2), 269-293.

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Sulser H., 2016. Die fossilen Brachiopoden der Schweiz und der umliegenden Gebiete - mit Beiträgen zur Forschunsgeschichte, Biologie und Paläoökologie der Brachiopoden. Paläontologisches Institut und Museum der Universität Zürich & Schweizerische Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Zürich, 2. Auflage, 454 p.

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Tazawa J. I., 2016. Three new brachiopod species from the middle Permian (Wordian) of the South Kitakami Belt, northeastern Japan. Paleontological Research, 20 (2), 80-89.

Tazawa J. I. &  Kaneko N., 2016. Two species of Permophricodothyris (Reticularioidea, Brachiopoda) from the middle Permian, South Kitakami Belt, Japan. Paleontological Research, 20 (1), 24-30.

Tazawa J. I. et al., 2016. A Kungurian (early Permian) brachiopod fauna from Ogama, Kuzu area, central Japan, and its palaeobiogeographical affinity with the Wolfcampian-Leonardian (early Permian) brachiopod fauna of West Texas, USA. Paleontological Research, 20 (4), 367-384.

Torres-Martínez M.A. & Sour-Tovar, F., 2016. New productide brachiopods (Productoidea) from the Carboniferous of Ixtaltepec Formation, Oaxaca, Mexico. Journal of Paleontology, 90 (3), 418-432.

Torres-Martínez M.A., Sour-Tovar F. & Barragán,R., 2016. Permian (Leonardian) brachiopods from Paso Hondo Formation, Chiapas, southern Mexico. Paleobiogeographical implications. Journal of South American Earth Sciences, 71, 71-81.

Trubovitz S. & Stigall A.L., 2016. Synchronous diversification of Laurentian and Baltic rhynchonelliform brachiopods: Implications for regional versus global triggers of the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event. Geology, 44 (9), 743-746.

Ushatinskaya G. T., 2016. Protegulum and brephic shell of the earliest organophosphatic brachiopods. Paleontological Journal, 50 (2), 141-152.

Ushatinskaya G.T. & Korovnikov L.V., 2016. Revision of the superfamily Acrotheloidea (Brachiopoda, class Linguliformea, order Lingulida) from the Lower and Middle Cambrian of the Siberian Platform. Paleontol. J., 50, 450-462.

Vargas J. A., Acuña-González J., Vásquez F. & J. A. Sibaja-Cordero, 2016. Brachiopods, sipunculans, enteropneusts and metals from two estuarine tidal flats, Pacific, Costa Rica. Rev. Biol. Trop., 64 (3), 1311-1331.

Vinn O., 2016. Rare encrusted lingulate brachiopods from the Cambrian-Ordovician boundary beds of Baltica. Alcheringa, 40 (1), 147-151.

Vörös, A., 2016. Early Jurassic (Pliensbachian) brachiopod biogeography in the western Tethys: The Euro-Boreal and Mediterranean faunal provinces revised.  Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 457, 170-185

Vörös A., Kocsis AT & Palfy J., 2016. Demise of the last two spire-bearing brachiopod orders (Spiriferinida and Athyridida) at the Toarcian (Early Jurassic) extinction event. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 457, 233-241.

Winrow P., 2016. A review of Cambrian lingulate brachiopods of England and Wales. PhD Thesis, Imperial College, London, 322 p.

Wu H. et al., 2016. Palaeobiogeographic distribution patterns and processes of Neochonetes and Fusichonetes (Brachiopoda) in the late Palaeozoic and earliest Mesozoic. Palaeoworld, 25 (4), 508-518 .

Yao L., Aretz M., Li Y. & Wang X, 2016. Gigantoproductid brachiopod storm shell beds in the Mississippian of South China: implications for their palaeoenvironmental and palaeogeographical significances. Geologica Belgica, 19 (1-2), 57-67.

Zabini C., Anelli L. E. & Leme J., 2016. First occurrence of a lingulide (Brachiopoda: Lingulidae) at Piaui Formation (Upper Carboniferous), Parnaiba Basin, Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia, 19 (3), 527-530.

Zaky AH., Azmy K., Brand U. & Svavarsson J., 2016. Rare earth elements in deep-water articulated brachiopods: An evaluation of seawater mass. Chemical Geology, 435, 22-34.

Zhang Y., Shi GR., He WH., Wu HT., Lei Y., Zhang KX, Du CC., Yang TL., Yue ML. & Xiao YF., 2016. Significant pre-mass extinction animal body-size changes: Evidences from the PermiaTriassic boundary brachiopod faunas of South China. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 448, 85-95.

Zhang Z.F., Zhang Z.-L., Li G.-X. & Holmer L.E., 2016. The Cambrian brachiopod fauna from the first-trilobite age Shuijingtuo Formation in the Three Gorges area of China. Palaeoworld, 25 (3), 333-355.

Zhang Z., Zhang Z. & Wang H., 2016. Epithelial cell moulds preserved in the earliest acrotretid brachiopods from the Cambrian (Series 2) of the Three Gorges area, China. GFF, 138 (4), 455-466.

Zong P., Ma XP., Xue JZ. & Jin XC., 2016. Comparative study of Late Devonian (Famennian) brachiopod assemblages, sea level changes, and geo-events in northwestern and southern China. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 448, 298-316.

These papers are not dealing with Brachiopoda but worth to be read.


  • Grimm G., Thomas Denk T., Bouchal J. M. & A. J. Potts, 2015. Fables and foibles: a critical analysis of the Palaeoflora database and the Coexistence approach for palaeoclimate reconstruction. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1101/016378.     open access -


  • Guex J., 2016. Retrograde evolution during major extinction crises. SpringerBriefs in Evolutionary Biology, 77 p. - [poorly documented on brachiopods]

 


In press:

Lüter, C. & Scholz, J. (in press). Tentaculata. In: Klausnitzer B., Hannemann H.-J. & Senglau, K. (eds.), Exkursionsfauna von Deutschland, Wirbellose 1 (ohne Insekten). Spektrum, Heidelberg.

Lüter, C. (in press). Brachiopoda. In: Hofrichter, R. (ed.) Das Mittelmeer Vol. 3 . Spektrum, Heidelberg.