Literature

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Amorim, DS1998Amber fossil Scatopsidae (Diptera: Psychodomorpha). I. Considerations on described taxa, Procolobostema roseni, new species, from Dominican Amber, and the position of Procolobostema in the family
Brake, I2006Diverse Milichiella Giglio-Tos (Diptera: Milichiidae) in Miocene Dominican amber
Grimaldi, DA1997The bird flies, genus Carnus: Species revision, generic relationships, and a fossil Meoneura in Amber (Diptera: Carnidae)
Grimaldi, DA1995On the age of Dominican amber
Grimaldi, DA1993The care and study of fossiliferous amber
Grimaldi, DA1989The genus Metopina (Diptera: Phoridae) from Cretaceous and Tertiary ambers
Grimaldi, DA, Amorim, DS1995A basal new species of Olbiogaster (Diptera: Anisopodidae) in Dominican Amber, and its systematic placement
Grimaldi, DA, Beck, CW, Boon, JJ1989Occurrence, chemical characteristics, and paleontology of the fossil resins from New Jersey
Hennig, W1971Die Familien Pseudopomyzidae und Milichiidae im Baltischen Bernstein
Hennig, W1969Neue Übersicht über die aus dem Baltischen Bernstein bekannten Acalypteratae (Diptera: Cyclorrhapha)
Hennig, W1967Neue Acalyptratae aus dem Baltischen Bernstein
Hennig, W1965Die Acalyptratae des Baltischen Bernsteins und ihre Bedeutung für die Erforschung der phylogenetischen Entwicklung dieser Dipterengruppe
Keilbach, R1982Bibliographie und Liste der Arten tierischer Einschlüsse in fossilen Harzen sowie ihrer Aufbewahrungsorte. Teil 2
Keilbach, R1982Bibliographie und Liste der Arten tierischer Einschlüsse in fossilen Harzen sowie ihrer Aufbewahrungsorte. Teil 1
Poinar, GO1992Life in Amber
Sabrosky, CW1963A new acalyptrate fly from the Tertiary Amber of Mexico (Diptera: Milichiidae)
Schumann, H, Wendt, H1989Einschlüsse im Bernstein und ihre wissenschaftliche Bedeutung
Ulrich, H, Schmelz, RM2001Enchytraeidae a prey of Dolichopodidae, recent and in Baltic amber (Oligochaeta; Diptera)
Iturralde-Vinent, MA, MacPhee, RDE1996Age and paleographical origin of Dominican amber
von Tschirnhaus, M, Hoffeins, C2009Fossil flies in Baltic amber - insights in the diversity of Tertiary Acalyptratae (Diptera, Schizophora), with new morphological characters and a key based on 1,000 collected inclusions
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