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New male pelecinid wasps (Hymenoptera: Pelecinidae) from the Yixian Formation of western Liaoning (China)

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Revision of Anomopterella Rasnitsyn, 1975 (Insecta, Hymenoptera, Anomopterellidae) with two new Middle Jurassic species from northeastern China

References Cai W.Z., Pang X.F., Hua B.Z., Liang G.W. & Song D.L. 2001: General entomology. China Agriculture university Press, Beijing, 1-503 (in Chinese). Chang H.L., Zhao Y.Y. & Ren D. 2009: New fossil elaterids (Insect: Coleoptera: Polyphaga: Elateridae) from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China. Progress in Natural Science 19, 1433-1437. Chen W., Ji Q., Liu D.Y., Zhang Y., Song B. & Liu X.Y. 2004: Iso- tope geochronology of the fossil-bearing beds in the Daohugou area, Ningcheng, Inner Mongolia. Geol

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The Mesoproterozoic ‘seismite’ at Laiyuan (Hebei Province, E China) re-interpreted

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Soft-sediment deformation structures in cores from lacustrine slurry deposits of the Late Triassic Yanchang Fm. (central China)

, P.J., Challenor, P., Malgesini, G. & Hunt, J., 2014. Distal turbidites reveal a common distribution for large (>0.1 km3) submarine landslide recurrence. Geology 42, 263-266. Deng, X., Fu, J., Yao, J., Pang, J. & Sun, B., 2011. Sedimentary facies of the Middle-Upper Triassic Yanchang Formation in Ordos Basin and breakthrough in petroleum exploration. Journal of Palaeogeography 13, 443-455 (in Chinese with English abstract). Dong, Y., Liu, X., Zhang, G., Chen, Q., Zhang, X., Li, W. & Yang, C., 2012. Triassic diorites and granitoids in

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Slide origin of breccia lenses in the Cambrian of the North China Platform: new insight into mass transport in an epeiric sea

References Alsop, G.I. & Marco, S., 2011. Soft-sediment deformation within seismogenic slumps of the Dead Sea Basin. Journal of Structural Geology 33, 433–457. Bouchette, F., Seguret, M. & Moussine-Pouchkine, A., 2001. Coarse carbonate breccias as a result of water-wave cyclic loading (uppermost Jurassic–South-East Basin, France). Sedimentology 48, 767–789. Chen, J., Chough, S.K., Chun, S.S. & Han, Z., 2009a. Limestone pseudoconglomerates in the Late Cambrian Gushan and Chaomidian Formations (Shandong Province, China): soft

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Advanced morphology and behaviour of extinct earwig-like cockroaches (Blattida: Fuziidae fam. nov.)

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Surface and subsurface reworking by storms on a Cambrian carbonate platform: evidence from limestone breccias and conglomerates

. Hummocky cross-stratification. Sedimentology Reviews 1, 103-121. Chen, J. & Lee, H.S., 2013. Soft-sediment deformation structures in Cambrian siliciclastic and carbonate storm deposits (Shandong Province, China): differential liquefaction and fluidization triggered by stormwave loading. Sedimentary Geology 288, 81-94. Chen, J., Chough, S.K., Chun, S.S. & Han, Z., 2009a. Limestone pseudoconglomerates in the Late Cambrian Gushan and Chaomidian Formations (Shandong Province, China): soft-sediment deformation induced by storm-wave loading

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The Journal of Geological Institute of Slovak Academy of Sciences
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The Journal of Mineralogical Society of Poland
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Neogene seismites and seismic volcanic rocks in the Linqu area, Shandong Province, E China

References Chen, D.G. & Peng, Z.C., 1985. K-Ar ages and Pb-Sr iso-topic characteristics of Cenozoic volcanic rocks in Shandong, China. Geochimica 4, 293-303 (in Chinese with English abstract). Chen, J. & Lee, H.S., 2013. Soft-sediment deformation structures in Cambrian siliciclastic and carbonate storm deposits (Shandong Province, China): Differential liquefaction and fluidization triggered by storm-wave loading. Sedimentary Geology 288, 81-94. Chen, S.Y., Yuan W.F. & Yan, J.H., 2003. Discovery and significance of earthquake event deposits of Early

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