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Ronald L. Parsley, Mary H. Lawson and John Pojeta Jr.

soft-bodied crustaceans via drying, whitening and splicing. - Journal of Crustacean Biology, 30(3): 351-356. Ingen, G. van (1902): A method of facilitating photography of fossils. - Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 14: 115-116. Ivantsov, A. Y. (1999): An improved machine for spraying Ammonium Chloride on paleontological specimens. - Paleontological Journal, 33(5): 592-593. Jeffords, R. M., Miller, T. H. (1960): Air brush for whitening fossils, and notes on photography

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Paweł Wolniewicz

Loon, A. J., 2008. Possible pitfalls in the procedure for paleobiodiversity-dynamics analysis. Geologos 14, 37-50. Smith, N. E. & Strait, S. G., 2008. PaleoView3D: from specimen to online digital model. Palaeontologia Electronica 11, 17 pp. Stearn, C. W., 1999. Easy access to doubtful taxonomic decisions. Palaeontologia Electronica 2, 4 pp. Theodor, J. M. & Furr, R. S., 2009. High dynamic range imaging as applied to paleontological specimen photography. Palaeontologia Electronica 12

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Sait Ege Eryürük, Canan Hekimoğlu, Elif Tuba Akçin and Yeliz Çavuşoğlu

, Zhenhua L. Influence of varied surface texture of dentin porcelain on optical properties of porcelain specimens. J Prosthet Dent, 2011;105:242-248. 14. Douglas RD, Steinhauer TJ, Wee AG. Intraoral determination of the tolerance of dentists for perceptibility and acceptability of shade mismatch. J Prosthet Dent, 2007;97:200-208. 15. Jahangiri L, Reinhardt SB, Mehra RV, Matheson PB. Relationship between tooth shade value and skin color: An observational study. J Prosthet Dent, 2002;87:149-152. 16. Ishikawa-Nagai S, Yoshida A, Sakai M, Kristansen J, Da

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L.E. Walsh, M.T. Gaffney, G.L. Malloch, S.P. Foster, M.S. Williamson, R. Mangan and G. Purvis

to determine whether scent glands (pseudosensoria), indicative of oviparae ( Favret and Miller, 2012 ), were present on their meta-tibiae. The legs of specimens were removed and preserved in 90% ethanol for later photography. Confirmation of the kdr -status and the clonal identity of sexual specimens A further Taqman PCR assay was used to confirm the kdr -status of all sexual aphid morphs. Genotypes of sexual S. avenae specimens from the study were then examined at five microsatellite loci: Sm10, Sm12, Sm17, SaΣ4 and S16b using the published primer pair