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    Adapertural location of the retractor muscle attachment area in Oriostoma (Mollusca, Gastropoda): a consequence of mode of life
    Apical muscle attachment areas found in Archinacella ovata Barrande in Perner, 1903 (Mollusca) - a preliminary report
    Bucanopsina gen.n., a new bellerophontoidean gastropod with circumbilical muscle attachment areas from the Middle Ordovician of Bohemia
    Carcassonnella, a new Lower Ordovician bellerophontiform mollusc with dorsally located retractor muscle attachments (Class Tergomya)
    Circumbilical retractor muscle attachment area in the Ordovician trilobed bellerophontoidean gastropod Tritonophon peeli sp.n. (Mollusca)
    Circumbilical retractor muscle attachment areas found in tropidodiscus (Gastropoda, Bellerophontoidea)
    Circumbilical retractor muscle attachment areas in the Upper Ordovician bellerophontoidean gastropod Grandstoma grande (Barrande in Perner, 1903)
    A further specimen of Bellerophon scaber (Perner) (Gastropoda) with preserved retractor muscle scars (Silurian, Bohemia)
    Grandostoma: an additional bellerophontiform mollusc with circumbilical retractor muscle attachment areas (Gastropoda, Bellerophontoidea)
    Mode of life of Early Devonian Orthonychia protei (Neritimorpha, Gastropoda) inferred from its post-larval shell ontogeny and muscle scars
    Muscle scars and systematic position of the Lower Palaeozoic limpets Archinacella and Barrandicella gen.n. (Mollusca)
    Muscle scars, systematics and mode of life of the Silurian family Drahomiridae (Mollusca, Tergomya)
    Muscle scars, systematics and mode of life of the Silurian Family Drahomiridae (Mollusca, Tergomya)
    The oldest description and illustration of muscle scars in platyceratid gastropods, published by Daniel Oehlert in 1883
    Ontogeny and allometry of brachiopod pedicle muscle scars: testing of reorientation behaviour
    Refractor muscle scars in the Bohemian Silurian bellerophontacean gastropods Belerophon and Bubovicus; a comparison with the muscle scars patterns in the sinuitids and the cyrtonellid tergomyans
    Retractor muscle scars in Gamadiscus (Mollusca, Tergomya)
    Shell morphology, muscle insertions and mode of life of the Lower Devonian Cyclocyrtonella (Mollusca, Tergomya)
    A Silurian oncocerid with preserved colour pattern and muscle scars (Nautiloidea)
    Tachloconcha gen.n. and Spirina Kayser, 1889, two additional Lower Palaeozoic gastropods with preserved retractor muscle attachment scars