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Edmund, A. Gordon (1960) Tooth Replacement Phenomena in the Lower Vertebrates; Life Sciences Division Royal Ontario Museum Toronto, Contributions, Number 52, pp.1-190
Ekrt, Boris et. al. (2001) Short note on new records of late Turonian (Upper Cretaceous) marine reptile remains from the Upohlavy Quarry; NW Bohemia, Czech Republic; Bulletin of Geosciences (Praha), 76(2), pp.101--106
England, Bryan (2003) Late Cretaceous marine vertebrates from the Pee Dee River valley, Florence County, South Carolina; Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 23(3, Suppl.), pp.48
Enlow, E. H. and Brown, S. O. (1956) A comparative Histological Study of Fossil and Recent Bone Tissues, Part I:; Texas Journal of Science, , pp.405-443
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Ensom, P. C. (1989) Plesiosaurus sp from the Middle Lias of the Dorset Coast; Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Archaeology Society, 110, pp.167
Etches, Steve and Clarke, Jane B (1999) Catalogue of the Steve Etches collection; published privately,
Etheridge, R. (1904) A second sauropterygian converted into opal from the Upper Cretaceous of White Cliffs, New South Wales. With indications of ichthyopterygians at the same locality; Records of the Australian Museum, 5, pp.306-316
Etheridge, R. (1917) Megalania prisca, Owen, and Notiosaurus dentatus, Owen; Lacertilian dermal armour; Opalized remains from Lighting Ridge; Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 29, (N.S.)(Part II), pp.127-133
Evans, Mark (1998) A new reconstruction of the cranial morphology of the Callovian plesiosaur Muraenosaurus leedsii Seeley, 1874 (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) based on a partial skull from the Oxford Clay Formation of Peterborough.; proof co
Evans, Mark (1999) A new reconstruction of the skull of the Callovian elasmosaurid plesiosaur Muraenosaurus leedsii Seeley; Mercian Geologist, 14(4), pp.191-196
Evans, Mark (2004) Small heads on long necks: plesiosauroid Plesiosaur skull morphology;
Evans, Mark (2012) A new genus of plesiosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Pliensbachian (Early Jurassic) of England, and a phylogeny of the Plesiosauria; PhD, pp.397
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Everhart, Michael J. (1999) Gastroliths Associated with Plesiosaur Remains in the Sharon Springs Member (Late Cretaceous) of the Pierre Shale, Western Kansas; Unpublished draft paper,
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Everhart, Michael J. (2000) Gastroliths Associated with Plesiosaur Remains in the Sharron Springs Member of the Pierre Shale (Late Cretaceous), Western Kansas; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 103(1-2), pp.64-75
Everhart, Michael J. (2003) First records of plesiosaur remains in the lower Smoky Hill Chalk Member (upper Coniacian) of the Niobrara Formation in western Kansas; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science (2003), 106(3-4), pp.139-148
Everhart, Michael J. (2004) Plesiosaurs as the Food of Mosasaurs; New Data on the Stomach Contents of a Tylosaurus proriger (Squama ta; Mosasauridae) from the Niobrara Formation of Western Kansas; The Mosasaur, 7, pp.41-46
Everhart, Michael J. (2005) Elasmosaurid remains from the Pierre Shale (Upper Cretaceous) of western Kansas. Possible missing elements of the type specimen of Elasmosaurus platyurus Cope 1868?; PalArch, 4(3), pp.19+32
Everhart, Michael J. (2006) The occurrence of elasmosaurids (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) in the Niobrara Chalk of Western Kansas; Paludicila, 5(4), pp.170-183