Lucy A Muir
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Ordovician faunas of Burgess Shale type
P Van Roy, PJ Orr, JP Botting, LA Muir, J Vinther, B Lefebvre, K El Hariri, ...
Nature 465 (7295), 215-218, 2010
Early sponge evolution: a review and phylogenetic framework
JP Botting, LA Muir
Palaeoworld 27 (1), 1-29, 2018
Welsh gold: A new exceptionally preserved pyritized Ordovician biota
JP Botting, LA Muir, MD Sutton, T Barnie
Geology 39 (9), 879, 2011
An Ordovician variation on Burgess Shale-type biotas
JP Botting, LA Muir, N Jordan, C Upton
Scientific Reports 5, 9947, 2015
Conulariids and Sphenothallus (Cnidaria, Medusozoa) from the Tonggao Formation (Lower Ordovician, China)
H Van Iten, LA Muir, JP Botting, YD Zhang, JP Lin
Bulletin of Geosciences 88 (4), 713-722, 2013
Flourishing sponge-based ecosystems after the end-Ordovician mass extinction
JP Botting, LA Muir, Y Zhang, X Ma, J Ma, L Wang, J Zhang, Y Song, ...
Current Biology 27 (4), 556-562, 2017
Evidence for spicule homology in calcareous and siliceous sponges: biminerallic spicules in Lenica sp. from the Early Cambrian of South China
JP Botting, LA Muir, S Xiao, X Li, JIHPAI LIN
Lethaia 45 (4), 463-475, 2012
Relationships of the Cambrian protomonaxonida (Porifera)
JP Botting, LA Muir, JP Lin
Palaeontologia Electronica 16 (2), 1-23, 2013
Fauna and ecology of the Holothurian Bed, Llandrindod, Wales, UK (Darriwilian, Middle Ordovician), and the oldest articulated holothurian
JP Botting, LA Muir
Palaeontologia Electronica 15 (1), 1-28, 2012
Cambrian, Ordovician and Silurian non-stromatoporoid porifera
LA Muir, JP Botting, MG Carrera, M Beresi
Geological Society, London, Memoirs 38 (1), 81-95, 2013
Unravelling causal components of the Ordovician Radiation: the Builth Inlier (central Wales) as a case study
Lethaia 41 (2), 111-125, 2008
Spicule structure and affinities of the Late Ordovician hexactinellid‐like sponge Cyathophycus loydelli from the Llanfawr Mudstones Lagerstätte, Wales
JP Botting, LA Muir
Lethaia 46 (4), 454-469, 2013
Diverse middle Ordovician palaeoscolecidan worms from the Builth-Llandrindod Inlier of central Wales
JP Botting, LA Muir, P Van Roy, DEB Bates, C Upton
Palaeontology 55 (3), 501-528, 2012
An outline of the distribution and diversity of Porifera in the Ordovician Builth Inlier (Wales, UK)
LA Muir, JP Botting
Palaeoworld 24 (1-2), 176-190, 2015
Sponge-dominated offshore benthic ecosystems across South China in the aftermath of the end-Ordovician mass extinction
JP Botting, LA Muir, W Wang, W Qie, J Tan, L Zhang, Y Zhang
Gondwana Research 61, 150-171, 2018
Palaeoscolecidan worms and a possible nematode from the Early Ordovician of South China
LA Muir, TW Ng, XF Li, YD Zhang, JP Lin
Palaeoworld 23 (1), 15-24, 2014
Survival of Burgess Shale-type animals in a Middle Ordovician deep-water setting
TW Hearing, DA Legg, JP Botting, LA Muir, P McDermott, S Faulkner, ...
Journal of the Geological Society 173 (4), 628-633, 2016
Palaeobiogeography, palaeoecology and evolution of Lower Ordovician conulariids and Sphenothallus (Medusozoa, Cnidaria), with emphasis on the Fezouata Shale of southeastern Morocco
H Van Iten, L Muir, MG Simões, JM Leme, AC Marques, N Yoder
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 460, 170-178, 2016
AT remadocian (E arly O rdovician) palaeoscolecidan worm from graptolitic shales in H unan P rovince, S outh C hina
W Wang, LA Muir, JP Botting, H Feng, T Servais, L Li
Palaeontology 57 (3), 657-671, 2014
First post-Cambrian records of the reticulosan sponges Valospongia and Hintzespongia from the late Tremadocian of North Wales
JP Botting, LA Muir
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 59 (1), 241-252, 2012
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