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Wahl, William (1996) A description of the paradoxically different vertebrate paleoenvironment of the Jurassic upper Sundance Formation of Wyoming, with a comparison to the lower Oxford Clay of England, emphasizing small plesiosaurs and marine crocodiles;
Wahl, William (1997) The vertebrate paleoecology of the upper Sundance Formation (Jurassic) of Wyoming, with a comparison to the lower Oxford Clay of England; Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 17(3, Suppl.), pp.83
Wahl, William (1998) Plesiosaur gastric contents from the upper Redwater Shale (lower Oxfordian) of the Sundance Formation (Jurassic) of Wyoming; Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 18(3, Suppl.), pp.84
Wahl, William (2006) A juvenile plesiosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) Assemblage From The Sundance Formation (Jurassic), Natrona County, Wyoming; Paludicila, 5(4), pp.255-261
Waldheim, G. Fisher de (1844) Notice sur le Spondylosaurus, genre de saurien fossile de l'Oolithe de Moscou;
Ward, Henry A. (1866) Catalogue of Casts of Fossils, from the Principal Museums of Europe and America, with short descriptions and Illustrations;
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Watson, D.M.S. (1909) A preliminary note on two new genera of Upper Liassic plesiosaurs; Memoirs of the Manchester Museum, 54(), pp.1-26
Watson, D.M.S. (1910) Upper Liassic Reptilia. Part II. The Sauropterygia of the Whitby Museum; Mem. Proc. Manchester lit. philos. Soc, 54(4), pp.1-28
Watson, D.M.S. (1924) The Elasmosaurid Shoulder-girdle and Fore-limb; Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 28, pp.85-95
Weems, Robert E. (1992) The "terminal Triassic catastrophic extinction event" in perspective: a review of Carboniferous through Early Jurassic terrestrial vertebrate extinction patterns; Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 90, pp
Weems, Robert E. and Blodgett, Robert B. (1996) The pliosaurid Megalneusaurus; a newly recognized occurrence in the Upper Jurassic Naknek Formation of the Alaska Peninsula; U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin, , pp.169--176
Wegner, T. (1914) Brancasaurus Brancai n. g. n. sp., ein Elasmosauride aus dem Wealden Westfalens.; Brancia festschrift, Berlin, Borntrager, , pp.235-305
Welles, Samuel P. (1940) Revision of elasmosaurid plesiosaurs; PhD
Welles, Samuel P. (1943) Elasmosaurid Plesiosaurs with description of new material from California and Colorado; Memoirs of the University of California, 13(3), pp.125-254.
Welles, Samuel P. (1949) A new elasmosaur from the Eagle Ford Shale of Texas- Part I; University press in Dallas southern Methodist University. Fondren Sci. Ser., 1(1), pp.1-28
Welles, Samuel P. (1952) A review of the North American Cretaceous Elasmosaurs; University of California Press, 29(3), pp.47-144
Welles, Samuel P. (1953) Jurassic Plesiosaur vertebrate California; Journal of Paleontology, , pp.743-744
Welles, Samuel P. (1962) A New Species of Elasmosaur from the Aptian of Columbia and a Review of the Cretaceous Plesiosaurs; University of California Publications in Geological Sciences, 44(1), pp.1-96
Welles, Samuel P. (1970) The longest neck in the ocean; University of Nebraska News, Museum Notes, 43, pp.1-2
Welles, Samuel P. and Bump, J. D. (1949) Alzadasaurus pembertoni, a new elasmosaur from the Late Cretaceous of South Dakota; Journal of Paleontology, 23(5), pp.521-535
Welles, Samuel P. and Gregg, Donald R. (1971) Late Cretaceous Marine Reptiles of New Zealand; Records of the Canterbury Museum, 9(1), pp.1-111
Welles, Samuel P. and Slaughter, B. H. (1963) The first record of the Plesiosaurian genus Polyptychodon (Pliosauridae) from the New World; Journal of Paleontology, 37(1), pp.131-133
Wellnhofer, Peter (1970) Plesiosaurier-Reste aus dem Opalinuston von Amberg (Oberpfalz); Mitteilungen der Bayerischen Staatssammlung fuer Palaeontologie und Historische Geologie, 10, pp.261--270
Wellnhofer, Peter (1971) Ergänzende Bermekungen zu Plesiosaurier-Resten aus Bayern; Mitt. Bayer. Staatsamml. Paläont. hist. Geol., 11, pp.123-124
Wells (1964) Pathological epipodials and tarsus in Stretosaurus macromerus from the Kimmeridge Clay, Stretham, Cambridgeshire; Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 120(1964), pp.299-304
Werneburg, Ralf (1994) Der Lettenkohlensandstein von Bedheim (Suedthueringen) und seine Wirbeltierfauna (Unter-Keuper); Beitraege zur Geologie von Thueringen. Neue Folge, 1, pp.53--63
Werneburg, Ralf and Kroniger, Martin (1994) Hoehepunkte der Schleusinger Sonderausstellung "Thueringer Saurier" (Triassic Park); Veroeffentlichungen - Naturhistorisches Museum Schloss Bertholdsburg, Schleusingen, 9, pp.125--131
Werner, C and Bardet, Nathalie (1996) A record of elasmosaurs (Reptilia, Plesiosauria) in the Maastrichtian of the Western Desert of Egypt; Berliner geowiss. Abh., E18, pp.335-341
Wetzel, Andreas and Reisdorf, Achim (2007) chnofabrics elucidate the accumulation history of a condensed interval containing a vertically emplaced ichthyosaur skull; SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Special Publica, pp.241-251
Wetzel, Walter (1960) Nachtrag zum Fossilarchiv der Quiriquina Schichten; Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Palaontologie, H(10), pp.439-446
Whetstone, K. N. (1977) A plesiosaur from the Coon Creek Formation (Cretaceous) of Tennessee.;
Whidbourne, G. F. (1881) The geological distribution of the genus plesiosaurus.; Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 37, pp.440-481
White, Theodore E. (1935) On the Skull of Kronosaurus queenslandicus LONGMAN; Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History, 8, pp.219-228
White, Theodore E. (1940) Holotype of Plesiosaurus longirostris BLAKE and classification of the plesiosaurs; Journal of Paleontology, 15(5), pp.451-467
Wieland (1910) Plesiosaurus (Polyptychodon) mexicanus Wieland.; Mex I G, 1910(Part 3), pp.361-365
Wiffen, Joan et. al. (1995) Ontogenetic evolution of bone structure in Late Cretaceous Plesiosauria from New Zealand; Geobios, 28(5), pp.625--640
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Wiffen, Joan (1980) Fossils from an Upper Cretaceous outcrop; , pp.100
Wiffen, Joan and Moisley, W. L. (1986) Late Cretaceous reptiles (Families Elasmosauridae and Pliosauridae) from the Mangahouanga Stream, North Island, New Zealand; New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 29, pp.205-252
Wild, Rupert (1968) Ein Humerus Rest eines Plesiosauriers aus dem oberen Lias von Baden (Kt. Aargau).
A humerus fragment of a plesiosaur from the upper Liassic of Baden, Aargau.; Ecolgae geol. Helv., 61(2), pp.581-591
Wild, Rupert (1972) Die Wirbeltierfaunen der frankischen und sudalpinen Mitteltrias (ein Vergleich); Zeitschrift der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft., Band 123, pp.229-234
Wild, Rupert (1977) Der Saurier mit dem Giraffenhals; Umschau in Wissenschaft und Technik, 77(20), pp.674--675
Wild, Rupert (1990) Holzmaden; Palaeobiology. A synthesis, , pp.282-285.
Wilhelm, Benjamin C (2010) Novel anatomy of cryptoclidid plesiosaurs with comments on axial locomotion; MSc, pp.76
Wilkinson, Laura E et. al. (2007) A new metriorhynchid crocodilian (Mesoeucrocodylia: Thalattosuchia)from the Kimmeridgian (Upper Jurassic) of Wiltshire, UK; Palaeontology, 51(6), pp.1307-1333
Williamson, W. C. (1837) ON the distribution of fossil remains on the Yorkshire Coast, from the Lower Lias to the Bath Oolite inclusive; Transactions of the Geological Society of London, Second series, 5, pp.223-242
Willis, Paul (1997) Fossils from Australia's Inland Sea; Dinosaur Discoveries, 5, pp.6-7
Williston, Samuel Wendel ((date unknown)) On certain Homoplastic characters in aquatic air-breathing vertebrates;
Williston, Samuel Wendel ((date unknown)) The Evolution of Vertebrates; Contributions from the Walker Museum, 2(4), pp.75-85
Williston, Samuel Wendel ((date unknown)) The Phylogeny and Classification of Reptiles.; Contributions from the Walker Museum, 2(3), pp.61-71
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1889) A new Plesiosaur from the Niobrara Cretaceous of Kansas; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 12, pp.171-178
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1890) A new plesiosaur from the Niobora Cretaceous of Kansas; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, 12, pp.174-178
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1890) Structure of the Plesiosaurian Skull; Science, 16(405), pp.262
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1890) Structure of the plesiosaurian skull; Science, 16, pp.262, 290
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1893) An interesting food habit of the plesiosaurs; Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science, , pp.121--122
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1897) A new plesiosaur from the Kansas Comanche Cretaceous; Kansas University Quarterly, 6, pp.57
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1902) Restoration of Dolichorhynchops osborni, a new Cretaceous Plesiosaur; Kansas University Science Bulletin, 1(9), pp.141-144
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1903) North American Plesiosaurs; Field Columbian Museum Publication 73, Geological Series, II(I)
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1903) On the structure of the plesiosaurian skull; Science, 17, pp.980
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1904) The stomach stones of the plesiosaurs; Science, 20, pp.565
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1906) North American plesiosaurs Elasmosaurus, Cimoliasaurus, and Polycotylus; American Journal of Science, 21(), pp.221--236
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1907) The skull of Brachauchenius, with observations on the relationships of the plesiosaurs; Proceedings of the United States National Museum, , pp.477--489
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1908) North American Plesiosaurs,Trinacromerum; Journal of Geology, 16, pp.717-726
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1908) The evolution and distribution of the plesiosaurs; Science, , pp.726--727
Williston, Samuel Wendel (1908) The Evolution and Distribution of the Plesiosaurs; Science, N. S., 27(69 7), pp.726-727
Williston, Samuel Wendel and Moodie, Roy L. (1913) New plesiosaurian genus from the Cretaceous of Nebraska.; Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, 24, pp.120-121
Williston, Samuel Wendel and Moodie, Roy L. (1917) Ogmodirus martinii, a New Plesiosaur from the Cretaceous of Kansas; The Kansas University Science Bulletin, X(5), pp.61-73
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Wiman, C. (1913) Ein Plesiosaurierwirbel aus dem jungerern Mesozoicum Spitsbergens.; Bulletin of the Geological Institutions of the University of Uppsala. N.S., 12, pp.201-204
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Woodward, A. S. (1891) A Synopsis of the Vertebrate Fossils of the English Chalk; Proceedings of the Geologists Association, London, X, pp.273-338
Woodward, A. S. (1891) Evidence of the Occurrence of Pterosaurians and Plesiosaurians in the Cretaceous of Brazil, discovered by Joseph Mawson; Annals of the Magazine of Natural History, 6(8), pp.314-317
Woodward, A. S. (1982) Evidence of the Occurrence of Pterosaurian and Plesiosaurian Reptiles in the Cretaceous Strata of Brazil; Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, held at Cardiff, pp.635
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Workman Ford, Kerry (2006) Stratigraphic positions of marine reptile and dinosaur specimens in the Moreno Formation, in the Tumey Hills and Panoche Hills, Fresno County, California; New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 35, , pp.407-41
Worsley, David and Heintz, Natascha (1976) The stratigraphical significance of a marine vertebrate fauna of Rhaetian age, Kong Karls Land; Norsk Polarinstitut Arbok, , pp.69-82
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