Reptiles Bibiliography

The literature on Mesozoic reptiles is vast. The present list of publications includes by no means all those upon which the text has been based. For the sake of conciseness, reviews and recent books, particularly when well illustrated, have been cited in preference to original research publications. The names of artists are given when listed on title pages. Especially significant as sources of reference are the following: Thomas and Olson (1980); Kemp (1982); Hotton et al. (1986); McGowan (1991); Wellnhofer (1991); Archibald (1996); Dodson (1996); Callaway and Nicholls (1997); Currie and Padian (1997); Farlow and Brett-Surman (1997); Hallam and Wignall(1997); Ellis (2003); Benton (2004).

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