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  1. Ed Landing, Gerd Geyer, Igor A. Jirkov, Stefano Schiaparelli, Julia Sigwart. Lophotrochozoa in the Cambrian evolutionary radiation and thePelagiellaproblem. Pap Palaeontol 2021;7:2227
  2. John J. Nguyen, Stephen R. Westrop, Ed Landing. The Cambrian (Furongian) olenid trilobite Peltura from Avalonian Nova Scotia, Canada, with a review of some species from Baltica. Can. J. Earth Sci. 2022;59:463
  3. Ed Landing, Björn Kröger, Stephen R. Westrop, Gerd Geyer. Proposed Early Cambrian cephalopods are chimaeras, the oldest known cephalopods are 30 m.y. younger. Commun Biol 2023;6
  4. Kamal Mghazli, Nezha Lazreq, Gerd Geyer, Ed Landing, Moulay Ahmed Boumehdi, Nasrrddine Youbi. Cambrian microfossils from the High Atlas, Morocco: Taxonomic, biostratigraphic, palaeobiogeographic, and depositional significance of the Brèche à Micmacca limestone beds. Journal of African Earth Sciences 2023;197:104751
  5. Shawna E. White, John W.F. Waldron. Along-strike variations in the deformed Laurentian margin in the Northern Appalachians: Role of inherited margin geometry and colliding arcs. Earth-Science Reviews 2022;226:103931
  6. Ed Landing, Stephen R. Westrop, Gerd Geyer. Trans-Avalonian green–black boundary (early Middle Cambrian): transform fault-driven epeirogeny and onset of 26 m.y. of shallow-marine, black mudstone in Avalonia (Rhode Island–Belgium) and Baltica. Can. J. Earth Sci. 2023;60:133
  7. Ed Landing, Gerd Geyer. Discussion: The Terreneuvian MacCodrum Brook section, Mira terrane, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada: age constraints from ash layers, organic-walled microfossils, and trace fossils. Can. J. Earth Sci. 2023
  8. Gerd Geyer, Ed Landing, Stefan Meier, Stefan Höhn. Oldest known West Gondwanan graptolite: Ovetograptus? sp. (lower Agdzian/lowest Wuliuan; basal Middle Cambrian) of the Franconian Forest, Germany, and review of pre-Furongian graptolithoids. PalZ 2022