Scientific papers that have been written on Dr. Pohl collection include:

– Baszio, S. 2004. Messelophis variatus n. gen. n. sp. from the Eocene of Messel: a tropidopheine snake with affinities to Erycinae (Boidae).— Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 252: 47-66

– Cernansky, M. & Smith K. T. (In prep). „New extinct clade of squamate lizards from the Middle Eocene, based on a new find from the Messel Pit (Germany).“ — Journal of Systematic Palaeontolog.

– Bergmann U., Morton R. W., Manning P. L., Sellers W. I., Farrar S., Huntley K. G., Wogeliusc, R. A., & Larson P. 2010. Archaeopteryx feathers and bone chemistry fully revealed via synchrotron imaging. PNAS. 107 (20). 9060-9065.

– Birkemeier T. & Wahl W. 2009. Camarasaurus (Camarasauridae, Sauropoda) pathologies of the Beside Sauropod Quarry, Thermopolis, Wyoming. Journal of Vertaebrate Paleontology. 64A-64A.

– Buffetaut E., Martill D., & Escuillié F. 2004. Pterosaurs as part of a spinosaur diet. Nature. 430, 33.

– Carsson C. J. 2000. The structural and stratigraphic framework of the warm springs ranch area, Hot Springs County, Wyoming. Unpublished thesis of Master degree. Oklahoma State University. 89p.

– Farlow J. O., Grant R. Hurlburt, Ruth M. Elsey, Adam R. C. Britton & Wann Langston Jr. (2005): Femoral dimensions and body size of Alligator mississippiensis: estimating the size of extinct mesoeucrocodylians, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 25:2, 354-369.

– Franzen, J.L. (1994): The Messel Primates and Anthropoid Origins.— In: FLEAGLE, J.G. & KAY, R.F. (Eds.): Anthropoid Origins.— 99-122; New York and London (Plenum Press).

– Franzen, J.L. (2000): Der sechste Messel-Primate (Mammalia, Primates, Notharctidae, Cercamoniinae).— Senckenbergiana lethaea, 80 (1): 289-303; Frankfurt a. M.

– Franzen, J.L. (2007): Eozäne Equoidea (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) aus der Grube Messel bei Darmstadt (Deutschland). Funde der Jahre 1969-2000.— Schweizerische Paläontologische Abhandlungen.— 127: 1-245; Basel [Kommission der Schweizerischen Paläontologischen Abhandlungen, Basel].

– Franzen, J.L. (2010): Darwinius masillae – Darwins Halbaffe und die Primatenfunde aus der Grube Messel.— Natur und Museum, 140 (1/2): 12-29.

– Franzen, J.L., Aurich, C. & Habersetzer, J. (2016): Das Pferd im Pferd. Urpferdfohlen erblickt nach 48 Millionen Jahren das Licht der Welt. — Senckenberg Natur – Forschung – Museum, 146(3/4): 94-101.

– Franzen, J.L., Gingerich, P.D., Habersetzer, J., Hurum, J.H., Koenigswald, W. Von & Smith, B.H. (2009): Complete Primate Skeleton from the Middle Eocene of Messel in Germany: Morphology and Paleobiology.— Plos One, 4 (5): e5723 (1-27).

– Franzen, J.L. & Wilde, V. (2003): First gut content of a fossil primate.— Journal of Human Evolution, 44 (2003): 373-378.

– Frey E., Tischlinger H. 2012. The Late Jurassic Pterosaur Rhamphorhynchus, a Frequent Victim of the Ganoid Fish Aspidorhynchus?. PLoS ONE. 7(3): e31945.

– Fricke H. C., Hencecroth J., & Hoerner M. E. Lowland–upland migration of sauropod dinosaurs during the Late Jurassic epoch. Nature, 480, 27-29.

– Gingerich, P.D., Franzen, J.L., Habersetzer, J., Hurum, J.H. & Smith, B.H. (2010): Darwinius masillae is a haplorhine — reply to williams et al. (2010).— Journal of human evolution, 59 (5): 574-579.

– Godefroit P., Cau A., Dong-Yu H., Escuillie F., Wenhao W. & Dyke G. 2013. A Jurassic avialan dinosaur from China resolves the early phylogenetic history of birds. Nature. 498, 359-362.

– Godefroit, P. et al. 2013. Reduced plumage and flight ability of a new Jurassic paravian theropod from China. Nat. Commun. 4:1394 doi: 10.1038/ncomms2389 (2013).

– Harrub B. 2006. Archaeopteryx—“The Greatest Embarrassment of Paleontology”. Apologetics press.

– Hartman, S., Lovelace D. & Wahl W. 2005. Phylogenetic assessment of a maniraptoran from the Morrison Formation. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 25 (3). 67-68,

– Hecht J. 2011. Waking the dead. New Scientist.22 January 2001. 42-46

– Ikejiri T., Watkins P. S., & Gray D. J., 2006. Stratigrapihy, sedimentology and taphonomy of a sauropod quarry from the Upper Morrison formation of Thermopolis, Central Wyoming. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 36. 39-46.

– Ikejiri, T. 2005. Distribution and biochronology of Camarasaurus (Dinosauria, Sauropoda) from the Jurassic Morrison Formation of the Rocky Mountain Region. New Mexico Geological Society, 56th Field Conference Guidebook, Geology of the Chama Basin. 2005.

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– Ikejiri, T., Tidwell V., & Trexler D. L. 2005. New adult specimens of Camarasaurus lentus highlight ontogenetic variation within the species. In : Thunder-lizards: the Sauropodomorph dinosaurs. Indiana University Press, Bloomington (2005): 154-179.

– Jennings D., Platt B. F., & Hasiotis S. T. 2006, Distribution of vertebrate trace fossils, Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation, Bighorn basin, Wyoming, USA: implications for differentiating paleoecological and preservational bias. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 36. 183-192.

– Jennings D. & Hasiotis S. T. 2006a, Paleoenvironmental and stratigraphic implications of authigenic clay distributions in Morrison Formation deposits, Bighorn basin, Wyoming. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 36. 183-192. 25-34.

– Jennings D. & Hasiotis S. T. 2006b, Taphonomic analysis of a dinosaur feeding site using geographic information systems (gis), Morrison formation, Southern Bighorn basin, Wyoming, USA. Palaios, 21, 480-492.

– Joyce W. G., Micklich N., Schaal S. F. K. & Scheyer T. M. 2012. Caught in the act: the first record of copulating fossil vertebrates. Biology Letters. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2012.0361.

– Kirejtshuk A. G. & Nel A. 2013. Skleroptera, a new order of holometabolous insects (Insecta) from the Carboniferous. Zoosystematica Rossica, 22(2): 247–257 .

– Ksepka DT, Clarke JA, Nesbitt SJ, Kulp FB, & Grande L. 2013 Fossil evidence of wing shape in a stem relative of swifts and humming birds (Aves, Pan-Apodiformes). Proc R Soc B 280: 20130580.

– Lefevre U., Hu D., Escuillie F., Dyke G. & Godefroit P., 2014. A new long-tailed basal bird from the Lower Cretaceous of north-eastern China. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2014, 113, 790–804.

– Lindgren, J. et al. 2015. Molecular composition and ultrastructure of Jurassic paravian feathers. Sci. Rep. 5, 13520; doi: 10.1038/srep13520.

– Lippincott J. 2015. Wyoming’s Dinosaur Discoveries. Ed. Images of Modern America. p95.

– Lomax D. R. & Racay C. A. 2012. A Long Mortichnial Trackway of Mesolimulus walchi from the Upper Jurassic Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone near Wintershof, Germany, Ichnos: An International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces, 19:3, 175-183.

– Lomax D. & Wahl W. 2013. A New Specimen of the Elasmosaurid Plesiosaur Zarafasaura Oceanis from Upper Cretaceous of Morocco. Paludicola. 9(2). 97-109.

– Lovelace D. M. 2014. Developmental Failure of Segmentation in a Caudal Vertebra of Apatosaurus (Sauropoda). The anatomical record. 1-8.

– Lovelace D., Hartman S. , Wahl W. 2007. Morphology of a Specimen of Supersaurus from Morrison Formation of WY and a re-evaluation of Diplodocid Phylogeny – Arquivos do Museu Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, v.65, n.4, 527-544.

– Massare, J. & Wahl W. 2008 An ichthyosaur skull from the Sundance formation (Jurassic) of Central Wyoming. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 28(3). 113.

– Massare J. A., Wahl W. R., Ross M. & Connely M. V. 2014. Palaeoecology of the marine reptiles of the Redwater Shale Member of the Sundance Formation (Jurassic) of central Wyoming, USA . Geological Magazine, 151, pp 167-182. doi:10.1017/S0016756813000472.

– Mayr G. 2000. New or previously unrecorded avian taxa from the Middle Eocene of Messel (Hessen, Germany). Mitt. Mus. Nat.kd. Berl., Geowiss. Reihe 3 (2000) 207-219.

– Mayr G. 2002. On the osteology and phylogenetic affinities of the Pseudasturidae – Lower Eocene stem-group representatives of parrots (Aves, Psittaciformes). The Linnean Society of London, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2002, 136, 715–729

– Mayr G. 2005. A chicken-sized crane precursor from the early Oligocene of France. Naturwissenschaften. 92: 389–393.

– Mayr G. 2006. New specimens of the early Eocene stem group galliform Paraortygoides (Gallinuloididae), with comments on the evolution of a crop in the stem lineage of Galliformes. J Ornithol 147: 31–37.

– Mayr G. 2008. The Madagascan “Cuckoo-roller” (Aves: Leptosomidae) is not a roller — notes on the phylogenetic affinities and evolutionary history of a “living fossil”. Acta Ornithol. 43: 226–230.

– Mayr G. 2011. Well-preserved new skeleton of the Middle Eocene Messelastur substantiates sister group relationship between Messelasturidae and Halcyornithidae (Aves, ?Pan-Psittaciformes), Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 9:1, 159-171.

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– Mayr G. Pohl B. & Peters D. S. 2005. A Well-Preserved Archaeopteryx Specimen with Theropod Features. Science, 310, 1483-1486.

– Mayr G. Pohl B. Hartman S. & Peters D. S. 2007. The Tenth Skeletal Specimen of Archaeopteryx. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2007, 149, 97–116.

– Mayr G. & Weidig I. 2004. The Early Eocene bird Gallinuloides wyomingensis—a stem group representative of Galliformes. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 49 (2): 211–217.

– McMullen S. K., Holland S. M. & O’Keefe F. R. 2014. The occurrence of vertebrate and invertebrate fossils in a sequence stratigraphic context/ The Jurassic Sundance Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA. Palaios, 29(6):277-294.

– Müller, J. (2001): Osteology and relationships of Eolacerta robusta, a lizard from the middle Eocene of Germany (Reptilia, Squamata).— Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 21 (2): 261-278.

– Naish D., Dyke G., Escuillié F. & Godefroit P. 2011. A gigantic bird from the Upper Cretaceous of Central Asia. Biol. Lett. published online 11 August 2011.

– Platt B. F. & Hasiotis S. T. 2006. Newly Discovered Sauropod Dinosaur Tracks with Skin and Foot-Pad Impressions from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation, Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, U.S.A. Palaios, 2006, V. 21, 249–261.

– Ryan M. J., Russell A. P. & Hartman S. 2010. A New Chasmosaurine Ceratopsid from the Judith River Formation, Montana. In: New Perspectives on Horned Dinosaurs: The Royal Tyrrell Museum Ceratopsian Symposium. Edited by M.J. Ryan, B.J. Chinnery-Allgeier, and D.A. Eberth. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, IN., 181–188.

– Rauhut W.M. 2009. Der Urvogel Archaeopteryx. Archaeopteryx, Die Originale. 36-47.

– Rauhut W.M. 2013. New observations on the skull of Archaeopteryx. Paläontol Z. Doi 10.1007/s12542-013-0186-0.

– Smith, K. T. & O. Rieppel. (In prep). „Necrosaurus and varanoid relationships: New studies based on skeletons from Messel.“ — Acta Palaeontologia Polonica.

– Steyer J-S., Sanchez S., Debriette P. J., Valli A. M. F., Escuillé F., Pohl B., Dechambre R-P., Vacanti R., Spence C. & de Ploeg G. 2012. A new vertebrate Lagerstätte from the Lower Permian of France (Franchesse, Massif Central): palaeoenvironmental implications for the Bourbon-l’Archambault basin. Bull. Soc. géol. France, 183, 6, 509-515.

– Storch, G. (2003): Fossil Old World edentates (Mammalia).—In: FARINA, R.A., VIZCAINO, S.F. & Storch, G. (Eds.): Morphological studies in fossil and extant Xenarthra — Senckenbergiana biologica, 83 (1): 51-60.

– Storch, G. & Seiffert, C. (2005): Eogliravus wildi from Messel and the origin of gliridae (mammalia, rodentia).— kaupia darmstädter beiträge zur naturgeschichte, 14: s.103; darmstadt. [abstract: current research in vertebrate palaeontology 3rd annual meeting of the european association of vertebrate palaeontologists (eavp) in the hessisches landesmuseum darmstadt 18th to 23th july 2005].

– Storch G. & Seiffert C. 2007. Extraordinarily preserved specimen of the oldest known glirid from the middle Eocene of Messel (Rodentia), Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 27:1, 189-194.

– Storch, G., Seiffert, C. & Escarguel, G. (2000): neuer nager aus messel – prachtstück des urschläfers.— spektrum der wissenschaft, 2000 (8): 12-13.

– Sues H.-D. 2009.Archaeopteryx. Der Urvogel von Solnhofen, by Peter Wellnhofer, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29:1, 310-311.

– Sullivan, R.M., Keller, T. & Habersetzer, J. (1999): Middle Eocene (geiseltalian) anguid lizards from geiseltal and Messel, Germany. I. Ophisauriscus quadrupes kuhn 1940.— Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 216: 97-129.

– Switek B. J. 2010. Ancestor or Adapiform? Darwinius and the Search for Our Early Primate Ancestors. Evo Edu Outreach. 3:468–476.

– Tong H. & Hirayama R. 2008. A new species of Argillochelys (Testudines: Cryptodira: Cheloniidae) from the Ouled Abdoun phosphate basin, Morocco. Bull. Soc. géol. Fr., 179, 6, 623-630.

– Wahl W. 2005. A Hybodont Shark from the Redwater Shale Member Sundance Formation Natrona County Wyoming. Paludicola 5(1):15-19 February 2005.

– Wahl W. 2006a. Novel preservation of a plant leaf from the Rock River Formation (Late Cretaceous) of Wyoming. Proceedings of scanning. 104-105.

– Wahl W. 2006b. A Juvenile Plesiosaur Assemblage from the Sundance Formation, Natrona County

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Wyoming. Paludicola 5(4):255-26 .

– Wahl. W. 2007.The most complete Plesiosaur from the Sundance Formation (Jurassic), Hot Springs County, Wyoming. Journal of vertebrate paleontology. 27(3). 162.

– Wahl W. 2008. Bite marks on an ammonite; Re-evaluation of the limpet home marks versus Mosasaur predation and preservation of an aborted attack?. Proceedings of the Second Mosasaur Meeting – 2008. X1-x6.

– Wahl W. 2009a. Taphonomy of a nose dive: bone and tooth displacement and mineral accretion in an ichthyosaur skull. Paludicola 7(3):107-116 October 2009.

– Wahl W. 2009b. Disarticulated coprolite micro-facies from the Thermopolis shale, Hot Springs County, WY. 2009 Portland GSA Annual Meeting. 2009.

– Wahl W. 2011. Hyoid structure and breathing in ichthyosaurs. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 31(60). 210.

– Wahl, W. 2012. Gastric contents of a plesiosaur from the Sundance Formation of Hot Springs County, Wyoming, and implications for the paleobiology of cryptocleidid plesiosaurs. Paludicola 9 (2012): 32-9..

– Wahl. W. & Hogbin J. 2003. Deinosuchus material from the Mesaverde Formation of Wyoming: filling in a gap.“ Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 23(530). 107.

– Wahl W., Massare J., & Ross M. 2010. New Material from the Type Specimen of Megalneusaurus rex from the Jurassic Sundance Formation Wyoming Paludicola 7(4):170-180.

– Wahl W., Ross M. & Massare J. 2007. Rediscovery of wilbur knight’s Megalneusaurus rex site: new material from an old pit. Paludicola 6(2):94-104 June 2007.

– Wappler T. & Andersen N. M. 2004. Fossil water striders from the Middle Eocene fossil sites of Eckfeld and Messel, Germany (Hemiptera, Gerromorpha). Paläontologische Zeitschrift. 78 (1), 41-52.

– Weber, S. (2004): Ornatocephalus metzleri gen. et spec. nov. (lacertilia, scincoida) – taxonomy and paleobiology of a basal scincoid lizard from the Messel formation (Middle Eocene: basal Lutetian, geiseltalium), Germany.— Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft, 561: 1-159.

– Wegweiser M., Hartman S. & Lovelace D. 2006. Duckbill dinosaur chin skin scales; ups, down and arounds of surficial morphology of Upper Cretaceous Lance Formation dinosaur skin. New Mexico Museum of Natural History Bulletin, 35, 119-126.

– Weidig I. 2006. The first New World occurrence of the Eocene bird Plesiocathartes (Aves: ?Leptosomidae). Paläontologische Zeitschrift. 80 (3), 230-237..

– Weidig I. 2010, New birds from the Lower Eocene Green River Formation, North America. Records of Australian Museum, (62-64). 29-44.

– Wellnhofer P. 2009. Archaeopteryx, the icon of the evolution. Ed. Verlag Dr. friedrich Pfeil. Munich. 207p.

– Wellnhofer P. 2015. A short history of research on Archaeopteryx and its relationship with dinosaurs. In : Moody, R. T. J., Buffetaut, E., Naish, D. & Martill, D. M. (eds) Dinosaurs and Other Extinct Saurians: A Historical Perspective. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 343, 237–250.

Other articles include:

– Exploratory Pollen, Phytolith, and Fossilized Wood Identification of Jurassic Samples from a Dinosaur Quarry on the Warm Springs Ranch, Wyoming – Linda Scott Cummings, Kathryn Puseman, PaleoResearch Laboratories Denver, Colorado Feb. 1997

– A New Diplodocid Braincase from The Morrison Formation of North-Western Wyoming – Laura Vietti – Wyoming Dinosaur Centre and Scott Hartman – University of Wyoming 2006

– New Proscopidae Specimens from the Upper Cretaceous Bearpaw Formation – Mike Ross, William Wahl – The Wyoming Dinosaur Centre, Randy Eason, Gale Bishop

– Ekalaka : The Preservation of Eyes Links Cretaceous Crabs to Jurassic Ancestors – Rodney Feldmann, Carrie Schweitzer, William Wahl – Kent State University – The Wyoming Dinosaur Centre

– Health Hazards of the Rodent Born Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome; John Gibbel, William Wahl – Big Horn Basin Foundation

– Analysis of Suspected Rotting Bone Material from the Dinosaur Quarries at Warm Springs Ranch Hot Springs County Wyoming – WIliam Wahl – The Wyoming Dinosaur Centre

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– Salt Gland Structures Identified in a Late Jurassic Ichthyosaur – William Wahl – The Wyoming Dinosaur Centre

– Novel Preservation of Skin Impressions in a Stegosaur from the Lower Morrison Formation, Carbon County Wyoming – William Wahl – The Wyoming Dinosaur Centre

– Cardiocerid Ammonite Jaws Found in Gastric Contents of Plesiosaur from the Upper Redwater Shale of The Sundance Formation – William Wahl – Big Horn Basin Foundation

– Occurrence of Articulate Brachiopods from the Upper Bearpaw Shale of Montana – William Wahl, Mike Ross – The Wyoming Dinosaur Centre

– Lowland – Upland Migration of Sauropod Dinosaurs During the Late Jurassic Epoch – Henry Fricke, Justin Hencecroth, Marie Hoerner – Colorado College, University of Chicago