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  1. Zhang, Z.F*., Strotz, L.C*., Topper, T.P*., Chen, F.Y., Chen, Y.L., Liang, Y., Zhang, Z.L., Skovsted, C.B., Brock, G.A. 2020. An encrusting kleptoparasite-host interaction from the early Cambrian. Nature communications 11, 2625. DOI: 10.1038/s41467-020-16332-3.
  2. Zhang, Z.F*., Holmer, L.E., Liang, Y., Chen, Y.L., Duan, X.L. 2020. The oldest ‘Lingulellotreta’ (Lingulata, Brachiopoda) from China and its phylogenetic significance: integrating new material from the Cambrian Stage 3-4 Lagerstätten in eastern Yunnan, South China. Journal of systematic Palaeontology, 18(11): 945-973.  
  3. Zhang, Z.L., Ghobadi Pour, M., Popov, L.E., Holmer, L.E., Chen, F.Y., Chen, Y.L., Brock, G.A., Zhang, Z.F*. 2021. The oldest Cambrian trilobite-brachiopod association in South China. Gondwana Research 89(2021): 147-167. 
  4. Liang, Y., Holmer, L.E., Skovsted, C.B., Duan, X.L.& Zhang, Z.F*. 2020. Shell structure, ornamentation and affinity of the problematic early Cambrian brachiopod Heliomedusa orienta. Lethaia  53: 574-587.
  5. Liang, Y., Holmer, L. E., Hu, Y.Z., Zhang, Z.F*. 2020. First report of brachiopods with soft parts from the Lower Cambrian Latham Shale (series 2, stage 4), California. Science Bulletin. 
  6. Liu, F., Skovsted, C.B., Topper, T.P., Zhang, Z.F.* & Shu, D.G. 2020. Are hyoliths Palaeozoic lophophorates? National Science Review 7(2): 453–469.  
  7. Liu, F., Skovsted, C.B., Topper, T.P., Zhang, Z.F.* 2020. Revision of Triplicatella (Orthothecida, Hyolitha) with preserved digestive tracts from the early Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte, South China. Historical Biology,
  8. Liu, F., Skovsted, C.B., Topper, T.P., Zhang, Z.F.* 2020. Soft part preservation in hyolithids from the lower Cambrian (Stage 4) Guanshan Biota of South China and its implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,
  9. Chen, F.Y., Brock, G.A., Zhang, Z.L., Laing, B., Ren, X.Y. & Zhang, Z.F. *, 2020. Brachiopod-dominated communities and depositional environment of the Guanshan Konservat-Lagerstätte, Wuding County, eastern Yunnan. Journal of the Geological Society, DOI:
  10. Duan X.L., Liang, Y., Holmer, L.E. & Zhang, Z.F*. 2020. First report of acrotretoid brachiopod shell beds in the lower Cambrian (Stage 4) Guanshan Biota of eastern Yunnan, South China. Journal of Paleontology, doi: 10.1017/jpa.2020.66
  11. Chen, Y.L., Richoz, S., Krystyn, L. & Zhang, Z.F*. 2019. Quantitative stratigraphic correlation of Tethyan conodonts across the Smithian-Spathian (Early Triassic) extinction event. Earth-Science Reviews 195:37-51.
  12. Chen, F.Y., Zhang, Z.F*., Betts, M.J., Zhang, Z.L., Liu, F., 2019. First report on Guanshan Biota (Cambrian Stage 4) at the stratotype area of Wulongqing Formation in Malong County, Eastern Yunnan. Geoscience Frontiers 10: 1459-1476.    
  13. Zhang Z.F*, Brock G. A. 2018. New evolutionary and ecological advances in deciphering the Cambrian explosion of animal life. Journal of Paleontology, 92(1): 1-2.
  14. Zhang, Z.F*., Holmer, L. E., Brock, G. A., Topper, T. P., 2018. Paleoecological complexities during Cambrian explosion: evidence from brachiopods. Permophiles 66 (Sup.1):131-132.
  15. Zhang, Z. L., L. E. Popov, Holmer, L. E., Zhang, Z.F*. 2018. Earliest ontogeny of early Cambrian acrotretoid brachiopods — first evidence for metamorphosis and its implications. BMC evolutionary biology 18: 42.
  16. Zhang, Z. L., Zhang, Z.F*., Holmer, L.E. and Chen, F.Y., 2018. Post-metamorphic allometry in the earliest acrotretioid brachiopods from the lower Cambrian (Series 2) of South China and its implications. Palaeontology 61(2): 1-25.
  17. Zhang, Z.L., Skovsted, C.B., Zhang, Z.F*. 2018. A hyolithid without helens preserving the oldest hyolith muscle scars: palaeobiology of Paramicrocornus from the Shuijingtuo Formation (Cambrian Series 2) of South China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 487: 1-14.
  18. Holmer, L.E., Zhang, Z.F*., Topper, T.P., Popov, L. and Claybourn, T.M. 2018. The attachment strategies of Cambrian kutorginate brachiopods: the curious case of two pedicle openings and their phylogenetic significance. Journal of Paleontology 92(1):33-39.
  19. Hopkins M J*, Chen F Y, Hu S X, Zhang Z.F*. 2017. The oldest known digestive system consisting of both paired digestive glands and a crop from exceptionally preserved trilobites of the Guanshan Biota (Early Cambrian, China). PlosOne, 2017, 12(9):e0184982.
  20. Zhang Z.F*., Zhang, Z.L., Li, G.X., Holmer, L.E. 2016. The Cambrian brachiopod fauna from the first-trilobite age Shuijingtuo Formation in the Three Gorges area of China. Palaeoworld 25:333-355.
  21. Zhang Z.L, Zhang Z.F *, Wang H. 2016. Epithelial cell moulds preserved in the earliest acrotretid brachiopods from the Cambrian (Series 2) of the Three Gorges area, China. GFF 138(4): 455-466.
  22. Zhang, Z.F*., Smith, M.R., Shu, D.G. 2015. New reconstruction of the Wiwaxia scleritome, with data from Chengjiang juveniles. Scientific Reports 5, 14810; doi: 10.1038/srep14810.
  23. Zhang Z.F*., Zhang, Z.L., Holmer, L.E., Li, G.X. 2015. First report of linguloid brachiopods with soft parts from the lower Cambrian (Series 2, Stage 4) of the Three Gorges area, South China. Annales de Paléontologie101:167–177.
  24. Zhang Z.F*., Li, G.X., Holmer, L.E., Brock, G.A., Balthasar, U., Skovsted, C.B., Fu, D.J., Zhang, X.L., Wang, H.Z., Butler, A., Zhang, Z.L., Cao, C.Q., Han, J., Liu, J., Shu, D.G.. 2014. An early Cambrian agglutinated tubular lophophorate with brachiopod characters. Scientific reports 4, 4682. DoI:10.1038/srep04682.
  25. Wang, H.Z., Zhang, Z.F*., Holmer, L.E. 2014. Oldest glosselline linguliform brachiopod with soft parts from the Lower Cambrian of Yunnan, southern China. GFF 136(4):539-547.
  26. Zhang Z.F*., Holmer, L.E., Skovsted, C.B., Brock, G.A., Budd, G.E., Fu, D.J., Zhang, X.L., Shu, D.G., Han, J., Liu, J., Wang, H.Z., Butler, A., Li.G.X. 2013. A sclerite-bearing stem group entoproct from the early Cambrian and its implications. Scientific reports 3,1066.
  27. Zhang Z.F*., Holmer, L.E., Popov, L.E., Shu D.G. 2011a. An obolellate brachiopod with soft-part preservation from the early Cambrian Chengjiang Fauna of China. Journal of Paleontology 85(3):462-465.
  28. Zhang Z.F*., Holmer, L.E., Ou Q., Han J. & Shu D-G. 2011b. The exceptionally preserved Early Cambrian stem rhynchonelliform brachiopod Longtancunella and its implications. Lethaia 44:490-495.
  29. Zhang Z.F*., Holmer, L.E., Robson, S.P., Hu, S.X., Wang, X.R. 2011c. First record of repaired durophagous shell damages in Early Cambrian lingulate brachiopods with preserved pedicles. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 302:206-212.
  30. Wang, H.Z., Zhang, Z.F*., Holmer, L.E., Hu, S.X., Wang, X.R., Li, G.X., 2012. Peduncular attached secondary tiering acrotretoid brachiopods from the Chengjiang fauna: Implications for the ecological expansion of brachiopods during the Cambrian explosion, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 323-325:60-67.
  31. Zhang, Z. F*., Holmer, L.E. 2013. Exceptionally preserved brachiopods from the Chengjiang Lagerstätte (Yunnan, China): perspectives on the Cambrian explosion of metazoans. National Science in China 21(2):66-80.
  32. Hu, S.X., Zhang, Z.F*. Holmer, L.E., and Skovsted, C.B. 2010. Soft-part preservation in a linguliform brachiopod from the Lower Cambrian Wulongqing Formation (Guanshan Fauna) of Yunnan, southern China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 55(3):495-505.
  33. Zhang, Z.F*., Han, J., Wang, Y., Emig, C.C. and Shu, D.G. 2010. Epibionts on the lingulate brachiopod Diandongia from the Early Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstatte, South China. Proc. R. Soc. B, 277, 175–181.
  34. Zhang, Z.F*., Li, G.X., Emig, C.C., Han, J., Holmer, L.E., Shu, D.G. 2009.  Architecture and function of the lophophore in the problematic brachiopod Heliomedusa orienta (Early Cambrian, South China). Geobios, 42: 649-661.
  35. Zhang Z. F*., Robson S. P., Emig C. C. & Shu, D. G. 2008. Early Cambrian radiation of brachiopods: A perspective from South China. Gondwana Research, 14 (1-2), 241-254.
  36. Zhang, Z.F*., Shu, D.G., Han, J. & Liu, J.N. 2007a: A gregarious lingulid brachiopod Longtancunella chengjiangensis from the Lower Cambrian, South China. Lethaia 40 (1): 11–18.
  37. Zhang, Z.F*., Han, J., Zhang, X.L., Liu, J. N. and Shu, D. G. 2007b. Note on the gut preserved in the Lower Cambrian Lingulellotreta (Lingulata, Brachiopoda) from South China. Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 88:65-70. 
  38. Zhang, Z.F*., Shu D.G., Emig, C.C., Zhang, X.L., Han, J., Liu, J.N., Li, Y., Guo, J.F.2007c. Rhynchonelliformean brachiopods with soft-tissue preservation from the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte of South China. Palaeontology, 50 (6): 1391-1402.
  39. Zhang, Z.F*., Shu, D. G., Han, J. & Liu, J. N. 2006. New data on the rare Chengjiang (Lower Cambrian, South China) linguloid brachiopod Xianshanella haikouensis. Journal of Paleontology 80:203-211.
  40. Zhang, Z.F*., Shu, D. G., Han, J. & Liu, J. N. 2005. Morpho-anatomical differences of the Early Cambrian Chengjiang and Recent linguloids and their implications. Acta Zoologica (Stockholm): 277-288. 
  41. Zhang, Z.F*., Han, J., Zhang, X.L., Liu, J. N. and Shu, D. G.2004a. Soft-tissue preservation in the Lower Cambrian linguloid brachiopod from South China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49: 259-266.
  42. Zhang, Z.F*., Han, J, Zhang, X. L., Liu, J. N. and Shu, D. G. 2003. Pediculate brachiopod Diandongia pista from the Lower Cambrian of South China. Acta Geologica Sinica (English Edition) 77: 288-293.
  43. Zhang, Z.F*., Shu, D. G., Han, J. and Liu, J. N. 2004b. New data on the lophophore anatomy of Early Cambrian linguloids from the Chengjiang Lagerstätte, Southwest China. Carnets de Géologie - Notebooks on Geology, Letter: 1-7.
  44. 张志亮,陈飞扬,张志飞* . 2020. 华南寒武纪碳酸盐岩中最早腕足动物的辐射、发育与分布. 地学前缘.
  45. 张志飞, 韩健, 2004. 澄江动物群发现新的舌形贝型腕足动物.西北大学学报(自然科学版), 34(4): 449-452.
  46. 张志飞,王妍,汪洋,韩健, 2009. 寒武早期泥质基底腕足动物的生活策略-来自澄江动物群的证据, 西北大学学报(自然科学版)39(6):534-541.
  47. 汪洋,李勇,张志飞*2010. 峡东水井沱组顶部微体骨骼化石初探,古生物学报:494):511-523.
  48. 王相人,张志飞*,韩健, 2012. 湖北宜昌寒武系水井沱组古杯化石上蓝菌类及其微型钻孔. 微体古生物学报29(2):170-179.
  49. 张志飞*,张志亮,2014. 寒武纪冠轮类化石研究进展与假体腔动物的实证起源,自然杂志:36(1):34-41.
  50. 张志亮,华洪,张志飞*, 2015. 艾迪卡拉化石纪疑难化石Shaanxilithes在云南王家湾剖面的发现及其地层意义,古生物学报541:12-28.
  51. 张志飞*, 张志亮, 李国祥. 寒武纪腕足动物起源: 假说、问题与展望. 古生物学报, 2016, 55(4):403-423.
  52. 张志亮,张志飞*Lars Holmer. 华南峡东地区最早的乳孔贝类腕足动物壳体超微结构和发育研究。2017,古生物学报 564):483-503.
  53. 刘璠,陈飞扬,陈延龙,张志飞*.湖北秭归茅坪镇下茶庄剖面石牌动物群初探. 2017,古生物学报564):516-528.
  54. 张志飞*,陈飞扬. 2017. 寒武纪大爆发——早期后生动物辐射之谜:序言. 2017,古生物学报564:1-7.
  55. 梁悦,张志飞* 2018. 高性能微区X射线荧光光谱仪在寒武纪特异保存软躯体化石研究中的探索:以腕足动物化石为例. 古生物学报 57(2):202-211.
  56. Holmer, L. E*., Blodgett, R.B., Liang, Y. & Zhang, Z.F. 2020. The Early Devonian (Emsian) acrotretid microbrachiopod Opsiconidion minor Popov, 1981, from the Alaska/Yukon Territory border and Novaya Zemlya. Estonian journal of earth sciences, 69(3), 143-153. 
  57. Holmer, L. E*., Popov, L. E., Ghobadi Pour, M., Klishevich, I. A., Liang, Y. & Zhang, Z.F 2020. Linguliform brachiopods from the cambrian (guzhangian) karpinsk formation of novaya zemlya. Papers in Palaeontology (3):1-22.
  58. Topper, T.P*., Guo, J., Clausen, S., Skovsted, C. B., & Zhang, Z.F. 2020. Reply to ‘Re-evaluating the phylogenetic position of the enigmatic early Cambrian deuterostome Yanjiahella’, Nature communications, (2020)11: 1287.
  59. Li, G.X. *, Zhang, Z.F. *, Rong, J.Y. and Liu, D.Y., 2017. Cambrian brachiopod genera on type species of China. In: Rong J.Y., Jin Y.G., Shen S.Z. and Zhan R.B. (eds), Phanerozoic brachiopod Genera of China. Beijing: Science Press, 39-85.
  60. Holmer, L. E., Yue, L., Zhang, Z., & Zhang, Z.F. 2019. The problematic lingulate brachiopod Aulonotreta from the Ordovician (Dapingian-Darriwilian) of Baltoscandia. Estonian journal of earth sciences, 68(4), 206-224.
  61. Topper, T. P*., Guo, J., Clausen, S., Skovsted, C. B., & Zhang, Z.F. 2019. A stem group echinoderm from the basal Cambrian of China and the origins of Ambulacraria. Nature communications, 10(1), 1366.
  62. Holmer, L. E*., Kebria-EE Zadeh, M. R., Popov, L. E., Ghobadi Pour, M., Álvaro, J. J., Hairapetian, V., & Zhang, Z.F. 2019. Cambrian rhynchonelliform nisusioid brachiopods: phylogeny and distribution. Papers in Palaeontology 5(3): 559-575.
  63. Holmer, L.E*., Popov, L.E. Ghobadi Pour, M., Claybourn, T., Zhang, Z-L., Brock, G.A. & Zhang, Z.F. 2018. Evolutionary significance of a middle Cambrian (Series 3) in situ occurrence of the pedunculate rhynchonelliform brachiopod Nisusia sulcata. Lethaia 51:424-432.
  64. Chen Y.L*, Scholze F, Richoz S, Zhang Z.F. 2018. A unique Middle Triassic conodont assemblage from the Germanic Basin: multi-element apparatus, systematics, and biogeographic implications. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 1-19.
  65. Topper, T. P., Zhang, Z.F, Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C., & Harper, D. A. T. 2018. The dawn of a dynasty: life strategies of Cambrian and Ordovician brachiopods. Lethaia 51:254-266.
  66. Holmer, L.E., Ghobadi Pour, M., Popov, L.E., Zhang, Z.L., Zhang, Z.F. 2017. Ecology, Biofacies, Biogeography and systematics of mciromorphic lingulate brachiopods from the Ordovician (Darriwilian-Sanbian) of South -Central China. Papers in Palaeontology 2017: 317-361.
  67. Holmer, L.E., Popov, L.E. Pour, M.G., Zhang, Z.L., Zhang, Z.F. 2017. Unusual pitted Ordovician brachiopods from the east Baltic: the significance of coarsely pitted ornamentations in linguliforms, Papers in Palaeontology 2017:1-13.  
  68. Topper, T.P., Strotz, L.C. Holmer, L.E., Zhang, Z.F., Tait, N.N., Caron, J.B. 2015. Competition and mimicry: the curious case of chaetae in brachiopods from the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15:42.
  69. Li, G., Zhang, Z.F., Hua, H., Yang, H., 2014. Occurrence of the enigmatic bivalved fossil Apistoconcha in the lower Cambrian of southeast Shaanxi, North China Platform. Journal of Paleontology 88, 359-366.
  70. Holmer, L.E., Skovsted, C., Larsson, C., Brock, G.A., Zhang, Z.F. 2011. First record of a brachiopod larval shell in Early Cambrian Tommotiids and its phylogenetic significance. Palaeontology 54:235-239.




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