Publications

2021

  • Pates, S., Lerosey-Aubril, R., Daley, A. C., Kier, C., Bonino, E., Ortega-Hernández, J. 2021. The diverse radiodont fauna from the Marjum Formation of Utah, USA (Cambrian, Drumian). PeerJ, 9, e10509.
  • Saleh, F., Vaucher, R., Antcliffe, J.B., Daley, A.C., El Hariri, K., Kouraiss, K., Lefebvre, B., Martin, E.L.O., Perrillat, J.P., Sansjofre, P., Vidal, M., Pittet, B. 2021. Insights into soft-part preservation from the Early Ordovician Fezouata Biota. Earth Science Reviews, 103464.
  • Saleh, F., Vidal, M., Laibl, L., Sansjofre, P., Gueriau, P., Pérez-Peris, F. Lustri, L., Lucas, V., Lefebvre, B., Pittet, B., El Hariri, K., Daley, A.C. 2021. Large trilobites in a stress-free Early Ordovician environment. Geological Magazine, 158, 261-270.
  • Klug C, Di Silvestro G, Hoffmann R, Schweigert G, Fuchs D, Clements T, Gueriau P. 2021. Taphonomic patterns mimic biologic structures: diagenetic Liesegang rings in Mesozoic coleoids and coprolites. PeerJ 9:e10703.
  • Alleon, J., Montagnac, G., Reynard, B., Brulé, T., Thoury, M., & Gueriau, P. 2021. Pushing Raman spectroscopy over the edge: Purported signatures of organic molecules in fossil animals are instrumental artefacts. BioEssays, 00, e2000295.

2020

  • Saleh, F., Daley, A.C., Lefebvre, B., Pittet, B., Perrillat, J.-P. 2020. Biogenic Iron Preserves Structures during Fossilization: A Hypothesis. BioEssays, 42, 1900243.
  • Jauvion, C., Audo, D., Bernard, S., Vannier, J., Daley, A.C., Charbonnier, S. 2020. A new polychelidan lobster preserved with its eggs in a 165 Ma nodule. Scientific Reports, 10, 3574.
  • Pérez-Peris, F., Laibl, L., Lustri, L., Gueriau, P., Antcliffe, J.B., Bath Enright, O.G., Daley, A.C. 2020 A new nektaspid euarthropod from the Lower Ordovician strata of Morocco. Geological Magazine, First View, 1-9.
  • Saleh, F., Antcliffe, J.B., Lefebvre, B., Pittet, B., Laibl, L., Perez Periz, F., Lustri, L., Gueriau, P. & Daley, A.C. 2020. Taphonomic bias in exceptionally preserved biotas. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 529, 115873.
  • Laibl, L., Maletz, J., Olschewski, P. 2020. Post-embryonic development of Fritzolenellus suggest the ancestral morphology of the early development stages of Trilobita. Papers in Palaeontology, Early View.
  • Hancy, A.D., Antcliffe, J.B. 2020. Anoxia can increase the rate of decay for cnidarian tissue: Using Actinia to understand the early fossil record. Geobiology, 18, 167-184.
  • Gueriau P., Bernard S., Farges F., Mocuta C., Dutheil D.B., Adatte T., Bomou B., Godet M., Thiaudière D., Charbonnier S. & Bertrand L. 2020. Oxidative conditions can lead to exceptional preservation through phosphatization. Geology. Published online July 31, 2020. doi:10.1130/G45924.1
  • Gueriau P., Lamsdell J.C., Wogelius R.A., Manning P.L., Egerton V.E., Bergmann U., Bertrand L. & Denayer J. 2020. A new Devonian euthycarcinoid evidences the use of different respiratory strategies during the marine-to-terrestrial transition in the myriapod lineage. Royal Society Open Science 7: 201037.
  • Gueriau P., Réguer S., Leclercq N., Cupello C., Brito P.M., Jauvion C., Morel S., Charbonnier S., Thiaudière D. & Mocuta C. 2020. Visualizing mineralization processes and fossil anatomy using synchronous synchrotron X-ray fluorescence and X-ray diffraction mapping. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 17: 20200216.
  • Maletz J., Mottequin B., Olive S., Gueriau P., Pernègre V., Prestianni C. & Goolaerts S. 2020. Devonian and Carboniferous dendroid graptolites from Belgium and their significance for the taxonomy of the Dendroidea. Geobios 59: 47–59.
  • Maldanis L., Hickman-Lewis K., Verezhak M., Gueriau P., Guizar-Sicairos M., Jaqueto P., Trindade R.I.F., Rossi A.L., Berenguer F., Westall F., Bertrand L. & Galante D. 2020. Nanoscale 3D quantitative imaging of 1.88 Ga Gunflint microfossils reveals novel insights into taphonomic and biogenic characters. Scientific Reports 10: 8163.
  • Jauvion C., Bernard S., Gueriau P., Mocuta C., Pont S., Benzerara K. & Charbonnier S. 2020. Exceptional preservation requires fast biodegradation: thylacocephalan specimens from La Voulte-sur-Rhône (Callovian, Jurassic, France). Palaeontology 63: 395–413.

2019

  • Bicknell, R.D., Lustri, L. & Brougham, T. 2019. Revision of “Bellinurus” carteri (Chelicerata: Xiphosura) from the Late Devonian of Pennsylvania, USA. Comptes Rendus Palevol.
  • Lamsdell, J.C., Lagebro, L., Edgecombe, G.D., Budd, G.E. & Gueriau, P. 2019. Stylonurine eurypterids from the Strud locality (Upper Devonian, Belgium): new insights into the ecology of freshwater sea scorpions. Geological Magazine 156, 1708–1714.
  • Pates, S., Daley, A.C., Edgecombe, G.D., Cong, P. & Lieberman, B.S. 2019. Systematics, preservation and biogeography of radiodonts from the southern Great Basin, USA, during the upper Dyeran (Cambrian Series 2, Stage 4). Papers in Palaeontology, 1–28.
  • Antcliffe, J.B., Jessop, W. & Daley, A.C. 2019. Prey fractionation in the Archaeocyatha and its implication for the ecology of the first animal reef systems. Paleobiology, 1–24.
  • Olive, S., Pradel, A., Martinez-Pérez, C., Janvier, P., Lamsdell, J.C., Gueriau, P., Rabet, N., Duranleau-Gagnon, P., Cardenas-Rozo, A.L., Zapata Ramirez, P.A. & Botella, H. 2019. New insights into Late Devonian vertebrates and associated fauna from the Cuche Formation (Floresta Massif, Colombia). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 39, e1620247.
  • Klug, C., Landman, N.H., Fuchs, D., Mapes, R.H., Pohle, A., Gueriau, P., Reuger, S. & Hoffmann, R. 2019. Anatomy and evolution of the first Coleoidea in the Carboniferous. Communications Biology 2, 280.
  • Nadhira, A., Sutton, M.D., Botting, J.P., Muir, L.A., Gueriau, P., King, A., Briggs, D.E.G., Siveter, D.J. & Siveter, D.J. 2019. Three-dimensionally preserved soft tissues and calcareous hexactins in a Silurian sponge: implications for early sponge evolution. Royal Society open science 6, 190911.
  • Georgious, R., Gueriau, P., Sahle, C.J., Bernard, S., Mirone, A., Garrouste, R., Bergmann, U., Rueff, J. & Bertrand, L. 2019. Carbon speciation in organic fossils using 2D to 3D x-ray Raman multispectral imaging. Science Advances 5, eaaw5019.
  • Brayard, A., Gueriau, P., Thoury, M., Escarguel, G. & the Paris Biota team. 2019. Glow in the dark: Use of synchrotron ?XRF trace elemental mapping and multispectral macro-imaging on fossils from the Paris Biota (Bear Lake County, Idaho, USA). Geobios 54, 71–79.
  • Goutte, S., Mason, M.J., Antoniazzi, M.M., Jared, C., Merle, D., Cazes, L., Toledo, L.F., el-Hafci, H., Pallu, S., Portier, H., Schramm, S., Gueriau, P. & Thoury, M. 2019. Extraordinary bone fluorescence reveals hidden patterns in pumpkin toadlets. Scientific Reports 9, 5388.
  • Anné, J., Edwards, N.P., Brigidi, F., Gueriau, P., Harvey, V.L., Geraki, K., Buckley, M. & Wogelius, R.A. 2019. Advances in bone preservation: Identifying possible collagen preservation using sulfur speciation mapping. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 520, 181–187.
  • Li, J., Gueriau, P., Bellato, M., King, A., Robbiola, L., Thoury, M., Baillon, M., Fossé, C., Cohen, S.X., Moulhérat, C., Thomas, A., Galtier, P. & Bertrand, L. 2019. Synchrotron-based phase mapping in corroded metals: insights from early copper-base artefacts. Analytical Chemistry 91, 1815–1825.
  • Drage, H.B. 2019. Quantifying intra- and interspecific variability in trilobite moulting behaviour across the Palaeozoic. Palaeontologia Electronica 22.2.34A, 1–39.
  • Drage, H.B., Vandenbroucke, T.R.A., Van Roy, P. & Daley, A.C. 2019. Sequence of post-moult exoskeleton hardening preserved in a trilobite mass moult assemblage from the Lower Ordovician Fezouata Konservat-Lagerstätte, Morocco. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 64, 261–273.
  • Guo, J., Pates, S., Cong, P., Daley, A.C., Edgecombe, G.D., Chen, T. & Hou, X. 2019. A new radiodont (stem Euarthropoda) frontal appendage with a mosaic of characters from the Cambrian (Series 2 Stage 3) Chengjiang biota. Papers in Palaeontology 5, 99–110.
  • Daley, A.C. 2019. A treasure trove of Cambrian fossils. Science 363, 1284–1285.
  • Daley, A.C. & Antcliffe, J.B. 2019. Evolution: The Battle of the First Animals. Current Biology 29, R257–R259.
  • Pates, S. & Daley, A.C. 2019. The Kinzers Formation (Pennsylvania, USA): the most diverse assemblage of Cambrian Stage 4 radiodonts. Geological Magazine 156, 1233–1246.
  • Pates, S., Daley, A.C. & Butterfield, N.J. 2019. First report of paired ventral endites in a hurdiid radiodont. Zoological Letters 5, 18.
  • Bernárdez, E., Esteve, J., Laibl, L., Rábano, I. & Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C. 2019. Early post-embryonic trilobite stages and possible eggs from the ‘Túnel Ordovícico del Fabar’ (Middle Ordovician, northwestern Spain). Fossils and Strata 64, 23–33.

2018

  • Gueriau, P., Jauvion, C. & Mocuta, M. 2018. Show me your yttrium, and I will tell you who you are: implications for fossil imaging. Palaeontology 61, 981–990.
  • Davesne, D., Gueriau, P., Dutheil, D.B. & Bertrand, L. 2018. Exceptional preservation of a Cretaceous intestine provides a glimpse of the early ecological diversity of spiny-rayed fishes (Acanthomorpha, Teleostei). Scientific Reports 8, 8509.
  • Yang, Q., Gueriau, P., Charbonnier, S., Ren, D. & Béthoux, O. 2018. A new tealliocaridid crustacean from the Late Carboniferous of North China and its biogeographic implications. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 63, 111–116.
  • Gueriau, P., Rabet, N. & Du Tien Hat, E. 2018. The Strud crustacean fauna (Late Devonian, Belgium): updated review and palaeoecology of an early continental ecosystem. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 107, 79–90.
  • Cong, P., Edgecombe, G.D., Daley, A.C., Guo, J., Pates, S. & Hou, X. 2018. New radiodonts with gnathobase?like structures from the Cambrian Chengjiang biota and implications for the systematics of Radiodonta. Papers in Palaeontology 4, 605–621.
  • Drage, H.B., Laibl, L. & Budil, P. 2018. Postembryonic development of Dalmanitina, and the evolution of facial suture fusion in Phacopina. Paleobiology 44, 638–659.
  • Laibl, L., Cederström, P. & Ahlberg, P. 2018. Early post-embryonic development in Ellipsostrenua (Trilobita, Cambrian, Sweden) and the developmental patterns in Ellipsocephaloidea. Journal of Paleontology 92, 1018–1027.
  • Daley, A.C., Antcliffe, J.B., Drage, H.B. & Pates, S. 2018. Early fossil record of Euarthropoda and the Cambrian Explosion. PNAS 115, 5323–5331.
  • Landing, E., Antcliffe, J.B., Geyer, G., Kouchinsky, A., Bowser, S.S., & Andreas, A., 2018. Early evolution of colonial animals (Ediacaran Evolutionary Radiation-Cambrian Evolutionary Radiation-Great Ordovician Biodiversification Interval). Earth Science Reviews 178, 105–135.
  • Fu, D., Ortega-Hernández, J., Daley, A., Zhang, X. & Shu, D. 2018. Anamorphic development and extended parental care in a 520 million-year-old stem-group euarthropod from China. BMC Evolutionary Biology 18, 147
  • Drage, H.B., Holmes, J.D., Garcia-Bellido, D.C. & Daley, A.C. 2018 An exceptional record of trilobite moulting behaviour preserved in the Emu Bay Shale, South Australia. Lethaia 51, 473-492.
  • Pates, S., Daley, A.C. & Ortega-Hernández, J. 2018. Reply to Comment on “Aysheaia prolata from the Utah Wheeler Formation (Drumian, Cambrian) is a frontal appendage of the radiodontan Stanleycaris” with the formal description of Stanleycaris. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 63, 105-110.
  • Pates, S., Daley, A.C. & Lieberman, B.S. 2018. Hurdiid radiodontans from the middle Cambrian (Series 3) of Utah. Journal of Paleontology 92, 99-113.

2017

  • Antcliffe, J.B., Liu, A.G., Menon, L.R., McIlroy, D., McLoughlin, N. & Wacey, D. 2017. Understanding ancient life: how Martin Brasier changed the way we think about the fossil record. Geological Society Special Publication 448, 19–31.
  • Brasier, M.D., Norman, D.B., Liu, A.G., Cotton, L.J., Hiscocks, J.E.H., Garwood, R.J., Antcliffe, J.B. & Wacey, D. 2017. Remarkable preservation of brain tissues in an Early Cretaceous iguanodontian dinosaur. Geological Society Special Publication 448, 383–398.
  • Pates, S., Bicknell, D.C., Daley, A.C. & Zamora, S. 2017. Quantitative analysis of repaired and unrepaired damage to trilobites from the Cambrian (Stage 4, Drumian) Iberian Chains, Spain. PALAIOS 32, 750–761.
  • Pereira, S., Marques da Silva, C., Sá, A.A., Pires, M., Marques Guedes, A., Budil, P., Laibl, L. & Rábano, I. 2017. The illaenid trilobites Vysocania (Van?k & Voká?, 1997) and Octillaenus (Barrande, 1846) from the Upper Ordovician of the Czech Republic, Portugal, Spain and Morocco. Bulletin of Geosciences 92, 465–490.
  • Laibl, L. & Fatka, O. 2017. Review of early developmental stages of trilobites and agnostids from the Barrandian area (Czech Republic). Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series 186, 103–112.
  • Laibl, L., Esteve, J. & Fatka, O. 2017. Giant postembryonic stages of Hydrocephalus and Eccaparadoxides and the origin of lecithotrophy in Cambrian trilobites. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 470, 109–115.
  • Cong, P., Daley, A.C., Edgecombe, G.D. & Hou, X. 2017. The functional head of the Cambrian radiodontan (stem-group Euarthropoda) Amplectobelua symbrachiata. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17, 208.
  • Pates, S., Daley, A.C. & Ortega-Hernández, J. 2017. Aysheaia prolata from the Wheeler Formation (Cambrian, Drumian) is a frontal appendage of the radiodontan Stanleycaris. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 62, 619–625.
  • Pates, S. & Daley, A.C. 2017. Caryosyntrips: a radiodontan from the Cambrian of Spain, USA and Canada. Papers in Palaeontology 3, 461–470.
  • Legg, D.A. & Pates, S. 2017. A restudy of Utahcaris orion (Euarthropoda) from the Spence Shale (Middle Cambrian, Utah, USA). Geological Magazine 154, 181–186.

2016

  • Wolfe, J.M., Daley, A.C., Legg, D.A. and Edgecombe, G.D. 2016. Fossil calibrations for the arthropod Tree of Life. Earth-Science Reviews 160, 43–110.
  • Cong, P., Daley, A.C., Edgecombe, G.D., Hou, X. & Chen, A. 2016. Morphology of the radiodontan Lyrarapax from the early Cambrian Chengjiang biota. Journal of Paleontology 90, 663–671.
  • Wu, Y., Fu, D., Zhang, X., Daley, A.C. & Shu, D. 2016. Dimorphism of bivalved arthropod Branchiocaris? yunnanensis from the early Cambrian Chengjiang Biota, South China. Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition) 90, 818–826.
  • Drage, H.B. & Daley, A.C. 2016. Recognising moulting behaviour in trilobites by examining morphology, development and preservation: comment on B?a?ejowski et al. 2015. BioEssays 38, 981–990.
  • Daley, A.C. & Drage, H.B. 2016. The fossil record of ecdysis, and trends in the moulting behaviour of trilobites. Arthropod Structure & Development 45, 71–96.
  • Laibl, L., Esteve, J. & Fatka, O. 2016. Enrollment and thoracic morphology in paradoxidid trilobites from the Cambrian of the Czech Republic. Fossil Imprint 72, 161–171.

2015

  • Antcliffe, J.B. 2015. The oldest compelling evidence for sponges is still early Cambrian in age – reply to Love and Summons (2015). Palaeontology 58, 1137–1139.
  • Daley, A.C. & Legg, D.A. 2015. A morphological and taxonomic appraisal of the oldest anomalocaridid from the Lower Cambrian of Poland. Geological Magazine 152, 949–955.
  • Van Roy, P., Daley, A.C. & Briggs, D.E.G. 2015. Anomalocaridid trunk limb homology revealed by a giant filter-feeder with paired flaps. Nature 522, 77–80.
  • McLoughlin, N., Allen, P., Antcliffe, J., Green, O.R., Grosch, E.G., Hazen, R.M., Knoll, A., McIlroy, D., Menon, L., Noffke, N. & Riding, R. 2015. A Tribute to Martin D. Brasier: Palaeobiologist and Astrobiologist (April 12, 1947-December 16, 2014). Astrobiology 15, 940–948.
  • Antcliffe, J.B., Hancy, A.D. & Brasier, M.D. 2015. A new ecological model  for the ~565 Ma Ediacaran biota of Mistaken Point, Newfoundland. Precambrian Research 268, 227–242.
  • Laibl, L., Fatka, O., Budil, P., Ahlberg, P., Szabad, M., Voká?, V. & Kozák, V. 2015. The ontogeny of Ellipsocephalus (Trilobita) and systematic position of Ellipsocephalidae. Alcheringa 39, 477–487.
  • Brasier, M.D., Antcliffe, J.B., Saunders, M. & Wacey, D. 2015. Changing the picture of Earth’s earliest fossils (3.5-1.9 Ga) with new approaches and new discoveries. PNAS 112, 4859–4864.
  • Landing, E., Antcliffe, J.B., Brasier, M.D. & English, A.B. 2015. Distinguishing Earth’s oldest known bryozoan (Pywackia, late Cambrian) from pennatulacean octocorals (Mesozoic-Recent). Journal of Paleontology 89, 292–317.
  • Crônier, C., Budil, P., Fatka, O. & Laibl, L. 2015. Intraspecifc bimodal variability in eye lenses of two Devonian trilobites. Paleobiology 41, 554–569.
  • Fatka, O., Budil, P., Cronier, C., Cuvelier, J., Laibl, L., Oudoire, T., Polechová, M. & Fatková, L. 2015. Cambrian fossils from the Barrandian area (Czech Republic) stored in the Musée d’Histoire Naturelle de Lille. Carnets de Géologie 15, 89–101.
  • Laibl, L., Fatka, O. & Budil, P. 2015. Unusual Cambrian trilobite larva from the Skryje–Tý?ovice Basin, Czech Republic. Palaeoworld 24, 71–74.

2014

  • Antcliffe, J.B., Callow, R.H.T. & Brasier, M.D. 2014. Giving the early fossil record of sponges a squeeze. Biological Reviews 89, 972–1004.
  • Daley, A.C. & Edgecombe, G.D. 2014. Morphology of Anomalocaris canadensis from the Burgess Shale. Journal of Paleontology 88, 68–91.
  • Vannier, J., Liu, J., Lerosey-Aubril, R., Vinther, J. & Daley A.C. 2014. Sophisticated digestive systems in early arthropods. Nature communications 5, 3641.
  • Laibl, L., Fatka O., Crônier C. & Budil P. 2014. Early ontogeny of the Cambrian trilobite Sao hirsuta from the Skryje-Tý?ovice Basin, Barrandian area, Czech Republic. Bulletin of Geosciences 89, 293–309.

2013

  • Daley, A.C. 2013. Anomalocaridids. Current Biology 23, R860–R861.
  • Daley, A.C., Budd, G.E. & Caron, J.B. 2013. Morphology and systematics of the anomalocaridid arthropod Hurdia from the Middle Cambrian of British Columbia and Utah. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 11, 743–787.
  • Daley, A.C., Paterson, J.R., Edgecombe, G.D., García?Bellido, D.C. & Jago, J.B. 2013. New anatomical information on Anomalocaris from the Cambrian Emu Bay Shale of South Australia and a reassessment of its inferred predatory habits. Palaeontology 56, 971–990.
  • Budil P., Crônier C., Manda Š., Fatka O., Laibl, L. & Bignon A. 2013. Juvenile phacopid trilobites from the Prague Basin (Czech Republic). Paläontologische Zeitschrift 87, 219–234.
  • Rota-Stabelli, O., Daley, A.C. & Pisani, D. 2013. Molecular timetrees reveal a Cambrian colonization of land and a new scenario for ecdysozoan evolution. Current Biology 23, 392–398.
  • Brasier, M.D., McIlroy, D., Liu, A.G., Antcliffe, J.B. & Menon, L.R. 2013. The oldest evidence of bioturbation on Earth – Comment. Geology 41, E289–E289.
  • Antcliffe, J.B. & Hancy, A.D. 2013. Reply to Retallack (2013): Ediacaran characters. Evolution & Development 15, 389–392.
  • Antcliffe, J.B. & Hancy, A. 2013. Critical questions about early character acquisition – Comment on Retallack 2012: “Some Ediacaran fossils lived on land”. Evolution & Development 15, 225–227.
  • Antcliffe, J.B. 2013. Questioning the evidence of organic compounds called sponge biomarkers. Palaeontology 56, 917–925.

2012

  • Daley, A.C. & Bergström, J. 2012. The oral cone of Anomalocaris is not a classic “peytoia”. Naturwissenschaften 99, 501–504.
  • Budd, G.E. & Daley, A.C. 2012. The lobes and lobopods of Opabinia regalis from the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale. Lethaia 45, 83–95.
  • Brasier, M.D., Antcliffe, J.B. & Liu, A.G. 2012. The architecture of Ediacaran Fronds. Palaeontology 55, 1105–1124.

2011

  • Liu, A.G., McIlroy, D., Antcliffe, J.B. & Brasier, M.D. 2011. Effaced preservation in the Ediacara biota and its implications for the early macrofossil record. Palaeontology 54, 607–630.
  • Antcliffe, J.B. & Brasier, M.D. 2011. Fossils with Little Relief: Using Lasers to Conserve, Image, and Analyze the Ediacara Biota. Topics in Geobiology 36, 223–240.
  • Brasier, M.D., Antcliffe, J.B. & Callow, R.H.T. 2011. Evolutionary Trends in Remarkable Fossil Preservation Across the Ediacaran-Cambrian Transition and the Impact of Metazoan Mixing. Topics in Geobiology 32, 519–567.
  • Antcliffe, J.B., Gooday, A.J. & Brasier, M.D. 2011. Testing the protozoan hypothesis for ediacaran fossils: a developmental analysis of Palaeopascichnus. Palaeontology 54, 1157–1175.

2010

  • Caron, J.B., Gaines, R.R., Mangano, M.G., Streng, M. & Daley, A.C. 2010. A new Burgess Shale-type assemblage from the “thin” Stephen Formation of the southern Canadian Rockies. Geology 38, 811–814.
  • Daley, A.C. & Budd, G.E. 2010. New anomalocaridid appendages from the Burgess Shale, Canada. Palaeontology 53, 721–738.
  • Daley, A.C. & Peel, J.S. 2010. A possible anomalocaridid from the Cambrian Sirius Passet lagerstatte, North Greenland. Journal of Paleontology 84, 352–355.
  • Donoghue, P.C.J. & Antcliffe, J.B. 2010. Early life: Origins of multicellularity. Nature 466, 41–42.

2009

  • Daley, A.C., Budd, G.E., Caron, J.B., Edgecombe, G.D. & Collins, D. 2009. The Burgess Shale Anomalocaridid Hurdia and Its Significance for Early Euarthropod Evolution. Science 323, 1597–1600.
  • Brasier, M.D. & Antcliffe, J.B. 2009. Evolutionary relationships within the Avalonian Ediacara biota: new insights from laser analysis. Journal of the Geological Society 166, 363–384.

2008

  • Daley, A.C. 2008. Statistical analysis of mixed-motive shell borings in Ordovician, Silurian, and Devonian brachiopods from northern and eastern Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 45, 213–229.
  • Antcliffe, J.B. & Brasier, M.D. 2008. Charnia at 50: Developmental models for Ediacaran fronds. Palaeontology 51, 11–26.
  • Brasier, M.D. & Antcliffe, J.B. 2008. Dickinsonia from Ediacara: A new look at morphology and body construction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 270, 311–323.

2007

  • Antcliffe, J.B. & Brasier, M.D. 2007. Towards a morphospace for the Ediacara biota. Geological Society Special Publication 286, 377–386.
  • Antcliffe, J.B. & Brasier, M.D. 2007. Charnia and sea pens are poles apart. Journal of the Geological Society 164, 49–51.

2004

  • Brasier, M.D. & Antcliffe, J.B. 2004. Decoding the Ediacaran enigma. Science 305, 1115–1117.