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Jattiot, Romain; Bucher, Hugo; Brayard, Arnaud; Monnet, Claude; Jenks, James F; Hautmann, Michael (2016). Revision of the genus Anasibirites Mojsisovics (Ammonoidea): an iconic and cosmopolitan taxon of the late Smithian (Early Triassic) extinction. Papers in Palaeontology, 2(1):155-188.

De Baets, Kenneth; Bert, Didier; Hoffmann, René; Monnet, Claude; Yacobucci, Margaret M; Klug, Christian (2015). Ammonoid Intraspecific Variability. In: Klug, C; Korn, D; De Baets, K; Kruta, I; Mapes, R H. Ammonoid Paleobiology: From anatomy to ecology. Dordrecht: Springer, 359-426.

Monnet, Claude; Brayard, Arnaud; Bucher, Hugo (2015). Ammonoids and Quantitative Biochronology—A Unitary Association Perspective. Topics in Geobiology, 44:277-298.

Brayard, Arnaud; Escarguel, Gilles; Monnet, Claude; Jenks, James F; Bucher, Hugo (2015). Biogeography of Triassic Ammonoids. Topics in Geobiology, 44:163-187.

Monnet, Claude; Klug, Christian; De Baets, Kenneth (2015). Evolutionary patterns of ammonoids: phenotypic trends, convergence, and parallel evolution. In: Klug, Christian. Ammonoid Paleobiology: From macroevolution to paleogeography. Netherlands: Springer, 95-142.

Naglik, Carole; Monnet, Claude; Goetz, Stefan; Kolb, Christian; De Baets, Kenneth; Tajika, Amane; Klug, Christian (2014). Growth trajectories of some major ammonoid sub-clades revealed by serial grinding tomography data. Lethaia, 48(1):29-46.

Monnet, Claude; Bucher, Hugo; Brayard, Arnaud; Jenks, James F (2013). Globacrochordiceras gen. nov. (Acrochordiceratidae, late Early Triassic) and its significance for stress-induced evolutionary jumps in ammonoid lineages (cephalopods). Fossil Record, 16(2):197-215.

De Baets, Kenneth; Klug, Christian; Monnet, Claude (2013). Intraspecific variability through ontogeny in early ammonoids. Paleobiology, 39(1):75-94.

Monnet, Claude; Bucher, Hugo (2007). European ammonoid diversity questions the spreading of anoxia as primary cause for the Cenomanian/Turonian (Late Cretaceous) mass extinction. Swiss Journal of Geosciences, 100(1):137-144.

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