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    Ontogeny
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    Amphipora ontogeny
    Amphipora ontogeny
    Barrande and ontogeny
    Early ontogeny and palaeoecology of the Mid-Miocene rissoid gastropods of the Central Paratethys
    The external gills und ornamentation of skull roof bones of the Lower Permian tetrapod Discosauriseus (Kuhn 1933) with remarks to its ontogeny
    Higher classification of Paleozoic gastropods inferred from their early shell ontogeny
    Higher classification of the Paleozoic gastropods inferred from their early shell ontogeny
    Innovations in gastropod ontogeny and larval strategy during the Ordovician radiation
    The Late Silurian entomozoid ostracod Richteria migrans: ontogeny, sexual dimorphism and lifestyle
    Mode of life of Early Devonian Orthonychia protei (Neritimorpha, Gastropoda) inferred from its post-larval shell ontogeny and muscle scars
    Ontogeny and allometry of brachiopod pedicle muscle scars: testing of reorientation behaviour
    Ontogeny in Tertiary Frogs
    Ontogeny of an Ordovician trinucleid (Trilobita) from Armorica, France: a morphometric approach
    Ontogeny of the trilobite Kosovopeltis svobodai Šnajdr from the Bohemian Silurian
    Palaeozoic plankton revolution: Evidence from early gastropod ontogeny
    Postprotaspid ontogeny of the trilobite Sao hirsuta Barrande, 1846: a morphometric approach
    Review of palaeozygopleurid gastropods (Palaeozygopleuridae, Gastropoda) from Devonian strata of the Perunica microplate (Bohemia), with a re-evaluation of their stratigraphic distribution, notes on their ontogeny, and descriptions of new taxa
    Sasakiela, a new Early Carboniferous porcelliid genus (Porcellioidea, Gastropoda) with an unusual shell ontogeny
    Sasakiela, a new Early Carboniferous porcelliid genus (Porcellioidea, Gastropoda) with an unusual shell ontogeny
    Shell morphology and ontogeny of the Lower Devonian murchisoniacean gastropod Branzovya maturoglabra
    Some features of the skull ontogeny in frogs (Amphibia, Anura) and their importance for recognizing the evolution of this group