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    Roček, Zbyněk, 1945-
Author of Article
    Amphibia of Enspel (Late Oligocene, Germany)
    Archaeopteryx stále paleontologickou záhadou
    Cretaceous anurans from Central Asia
    Czech palaeontologist Zdeněk V. Špinar died
    Dinosauři a vymírání
    Dolniceophis Lehmani (Serpentes, Colubridae), a new fossil snake from the lower Miocene of Czechoslovakia
    Erik Jarvik (1907-1998) : Paleontolog, který oživil čtyřnohou rybu
    Erik Stensiö (1893-1984)
    Evoluce neotenií : z historie našich čolků
    Evolution of anuran assemblages in the Late Cretaceous of Utah, USA
    Heterochrony: response of Amphibia to cooling events
    An 'Intracranial Joint' in Frogs : studies in Herpetology
    K sedmdesátinám Prof. RNDr. Zdeňka V. Špinara, DrSc.
    Lapides figurati na konci dvacátého století : fosilie jako biologické objekty
    Larval development in Oligocene palaeobatrachid frogs
    The Late Cretaceous frog Gobiates from Central Asia: its evolutionary status and possible phylogenetic relationships
    Lizards (Reptilia: Sauria) from the lower Miocene locality Dolnice (Bohemia, Czechoslovakia)
    The Lower Miocene vertebrate fauna of Dolnice, Cheb Basin (Western Bohemia, Czechoslovakia)
    Macropaleobates osborni noble, 1924 - redescription and reassignment
    A new specimen of Eopelobates (Anura: Pelobatidae) from the Tertiary near Bonn (Germany) and the problem of E. anthracinus - E. bayeri relations
    On Pelobates decheni Troschel, 1861, and Zaphrissa eurypelis Cope, 1866 (Amphibia: Salientia: Pelobatidae) from the Early Miocene of Rott near Bonn, West Germany
    Origin of Species: An Example, the European Salamandrid Triturus
    Palatoquadrate in a Devonian fish Eusthenopteron. Evidence of its dual origin
    Paleontologie a amatérští sběratelé
    Patterns of larval development in Cretaceous pipid frogs
    The presumed amphibian footprint Notopus petri from the Devonian: a probable starfish trace fossil
    Proč žáby skáčou
    The salamander Brachycormus noachicus from the Oligocene of Europe and the role of neoteny in the evolution of salamanders
    The Salamandrid Amphibian Chelotriton (Amphibia: Salamandridae) and Related Forms from the Tertiary of Europe
    Small vertebrates from the late Cretaceous and early Tertiary of the northeastern Aral Sea region, Kazakhstan
    Some features of the skull ontogeny in frogs (Amphibia, Anura) and their importance for recognizing the evolution of this group
    Thaumastosaurus Bottii De Stefano, 1903, an anuran with Gondwanan affinities from the Eocene of Europe
    Triadobatrachus Revisited
    Vladimír Pokorný and czechoslovak paleontology