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  1. McNamara, M.E., Briggs, D.E.G., Orr, P.J., Gupta, N.S., Locatelli, E.R., Qiu, L., Yang, H., Wang, Z., Noh, H., Cao, H. (2013). The fossil record of color illuminated by maturation experiments. Geology 41(4): 487-490.
  2. Locatelli, E.R. 2013. Preservation potential of Gecarcinid land crabs (Decapoda, Brachyura, Gecarcinidae) from San Salvador. Palaios 28(12):867-874.
  3. McNamara, M.E., Saranathan, V., Locatelli, E.R., Noh, H., Briggs, D.E.G., Orr, P.J. Cao, H. 2014. Cryptic iridescence in a fossil weevil generated by single diamond photonic crystals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Interface 11: 20140736.
  4. Locatelli, E.R. 2014. The exceptional preservation of plant fossils: a review of taphonomic processes and biases in the fossil record. In: M. Laflamme, J.D. Schiffbauer, and S.A.F. Darroch (eds.), Reading and Writing of the Fossil Record: Preservational Pathways to Exceptional Fossilization. Paleontological Society Papers 20.  PDF
  5. McCoy, V.E., Saupe, E.E., Lamsdel, J.C., Tarhan, L.G., McMahon, S., Lidgard, S., Mayer, P., Whalen, C.D., Soriano, C., Finney, L., Vogt, S., Clark, E.G., Anderson, R.P., Petermann, H., Locatelli, E.R., and Briggs, D.E.G. 2016. The Tully Monster is a vertebrate. Nature. doi:10.1038/nature16992
  6. Locatelli, E.R., Krajewski, L., Chochinov, A.V., Laflamme, M. 2016. Taphonomic variance between marattialean ferns and medullosan seed ferns in the Carboniferous Mazon Creek lagerstätte, Illinois, USA. Palaios 31(3):97-110.
  7. Darroch, S.A.F., Locatelli, E.R., McCoy, V.E., Clark, E.G., Anderson, R.P., Tarhan, L.G., and Hull, P.M. 2016. Taphonomic disparity in foraminifera as a paleo-indicator for seagrass. Palaios 31(5):242-258.
  8. Locatelli, E.R., McMahon, S., and Bilger, H. Accepted. It’s not just rust: biofilms mediate the preservation of leaf adpression fossils by aluminosilicate clays. Palaios.
  9. Locatelli, E.R., Briggs, D.E.G. Briggs, Stemann, T., Portell, R.W., Means, H.G., James-Williamson, S.A. and Donovan, S.K. Accepted. Leaves in marine turbidites illuminate the depositional setting of the Pliocene Bowden shell beds, Jamaica. Geology.

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