Status: updated February 2016, 2014– 2016 to be added

Papers on 'Orsten' material and related topics by C.O.R.E.-group members (incomplete)
all Müller's papers available on request, they are also available as PDFs now
MORE PAPERS ADDED PROGRESSIVELY – Please report bugs to me, and I will try to fix them as soon as possible!

Monographs, reprints or copies sent on request, PDF blue = click to download; PDF on request
Note: Dieter Waloszek was named Walossek in early papers but switched back eventually to his given name Waloszek (ß is equally correct) ! CORE members in bold


  • Zhang Huaqiao, Dong Xi-ping, Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2016. An orthonauplius of 'Orsten'-type preservation from the upper Cambrian (Furongian) of South China. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen 279(2), 175–183. PDF   


  • Eriksson, M.E., Terfelt, F., Elofsson, R., Maas, A., Marone, F., Lindskog, A., Waloszek, D., Schmitz, B. & Stampanoni, M. 2015. Baring it all – undressing Cambrian ‘Orsten’ phosphatocopine arthropods using synchrotron x-ray tomographic microscopy. Lethaia DOI: 10.1111/let.12149, 15 pages. PDF

Submitted/accepted/in press 2014:

  • Baer, A. & Mayer, G. (in press): Comparative anatomy of slime glands in Onychophora (velvet worms). Journal of Morphology.
  • Ruhberg, H. & Mayer, G. (in press): Onychophora, Stummelfüßer. In: W. Westheide & R. Rieger (Eds) Spezielle Zoologie. Teil 1. Einzeller und Wirbellose Tiere. Spektrum Akademischer Verlag.


  • Waloszek, D., Maas, A., Olesen, J., Haug, C. & Haug, J.T. 2014. New evidence of epipodite-bearing crustaceans from the Cambrian ‚Orsten’ of Sweden. Palaeontology 57(5), 909-930. PDF
  • Haug, C., Haug, J.T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2014. Fossil larvae in 'Orsten' type of preservation. In: Martin, J., Olesen, J. & Høeg, J.T. (eds.), Atlas of Crustacean Larvae, 17–26. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD.    
  • Haug, C., Haug, J.T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2014. Fossil larvae in 'Orsten' type of preservation. In: Martin, J., Olesen, J. & Høeg, J.T. (eds.), Atlas of Crustacean Larvae, 17-26. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland USA. PDF
  • Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Schweigert, G. & Sombke, A. 2014. The evolution of centipede venom claws – Open questions and possible answers. Arthropod Structure & Development 43, 5–16. see personal website of Joachim Haug 
  • Schoenemann, B., Clarkson, E.N.K., Castellani, C., Waloszek, D., Maas, A. & Meyer-Rochow, V.B. 2014. Description and Interpretation of the Internal Structure of a Cambrian Crustacean Compound Eye. Bulletin of Geosciences 89, 311-324. PDF


  • Parker, A.R., Schoenemann, B., Haug, J.T. & Waloszek, D. 2013. An unusual cornea from a well-preserved (‘Orsten’) Cambrian compound eye. Paleontological Research 17(3), 251-260. PDF
  • Shen et al. 2013. Search for Orsten fossils.
  • Haug, J. T., Castellani, C., Haug, C., Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2013. A Marrella-like arthropod from the Cambrian of Australia: A new link between "Orsten"-type and Burgess Shale assemblages. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 58, 629–639.
  • Maas, A. 2013. Gastrotricha, Cycloneuralia and Gnathifera: The Fossil Record. pp. 11–28 in Schmidt-Rhaesa, A. (ed.): Handbook of Zoology Volume Gastrotricha, Cycloneuralia and Gnathifera Vol. 1: Nematomorpha, Priapulida, Kinorhyncha, Loricifera. 381 pages, De Gruyter, Berlin. PDF
  • Haug, J.T., Maas, A., Haug, C. & Waloszek, D. 2013. Evolution of Crustacean Appendages, 34–73 in Watling, L. & Thiel, M. (eds.): The Natural History of the Crustacea. Vol. 1 Functional Morphology and Diversity. 464 pages, Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, etc. PDF


  • George S. Boyan & Yu Liu & Michael Loser 2012. A cellular network of dye-coupled glia associated with the embryonic central complex in the grasshopper Schistocerca gregaria. Dev. Genes Evol.
  • Castellani, C., Maas, A., Haug, C., Haug, J.T. & Waloszek, D. 2012. Isolated sponge spicules from the late Cambrian Alum Shale Formation (‘Orsten’ nodules) of Sweden. Bulletin of Geosciences 87(3), 443–460.
  • Castellani, C., Haug, J.T., Haug, C., Maas, A., Schoenemann, B. & Waloszek, D. 2012. Exceptionally well-preserved isolated eyes from late Cambrian ‘Orsten’ faunal assemblages of Sweden. Palaeontology 55(3), 553-566.
  • Dunlop, J., Krüger , K. & Alberti, G. 2012 published online. The sejugal furrow in camel spiders and acariform mites. Arachnologische Mitteilungen 43.
  • Eriksson, M. 2012. Orstensfaunan ger forskarna en unik inblick i livet för en halv miljard år sedan. Allt om Vetenskap 07, 44-49.
  • Eriksson, M. & Terfelt, F. 2012. Exceptionally Preserved Cambrian Trilobite Digestive System Revealed in 3D by Synchrotron-Radiation X-Ray Tomographic Microscopy. PlosSONE.
  • Haug, C., Sallam, W.S., Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Kutschera, V. & Haug, J.T. 2012. Evolution of tagmatization in Stomatopoda – reconsidering functional units of modern-day mantis shrimps (Verunipeltata, Hoplocarida) and implications for the interpretation of fossils. Frontiers in Zoology 9(31), 1-14.
  • Haug, C., Haug, J.T., Fayers, S.R., Trewin, N.H., Castellani, C., Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2012. Exceptionally preserved nauplius larvae from the Devonian Windyfield Chert, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Palaeontologica Electronica 15(2), 24A, 43 p.,
  • Haug, J.T. & Haug, C. 2012. Comment on "Three head-larvae of Hesslandona angustata, Zhang et al., Gondwana Research 21 (2012),1115–1127.  Gondwana Research xx (2012), xx–xx.
  • Haug, J.T., Waloszek, D., Maas, A. & Liu Yu 2012. Functional morphology, ontogeny and evolution of mantis shrimp-like predators in the Cambrian. Palaeontology 55(2), 369–399.
  • Olempska, E. 2012. Morphology and affinities of Eridostracina: Palaeozoic ostracods with moult retention. Hydrobiologia (2012) 688:139–165.
  • Olempska et al. 2012. First record of preserved soft parts in a Palaeozoic podocopid (Metacopina) ostracod, Cytherellina submagna: phylogenetic implications. Proc. R. Soc. B 2012 279, 564-570 first published online 6 July 2011 doi: 10.1098/rspb.2011.0943
  • Schoenemann, B., Castellani, C., Clarkson, E.N.K., Haug, J.T. Maas, A., Haug, C. & Waloszek, D. 2012. The sophisticated visual system of a tiny Cambrian crustacean: analysis of a stalked fossil compound eye. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, Biological Sciences279(1732), 1335–1340. PDF
  • Stein, M. & Bergström, J. 2012. A complete styginid trilobite from the Ordovician of Sweden. Palaäontologische Zeitschrift 86, 275–280.
  • Vannier, J. 2012. Gut Contents as Direct Indicators for Trophic Relationships in the Cambrian Marine Ecosystem. PLoS ONE 7(12): e52200. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0052200.
  • Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2012. Ein Krebs aus der 'Orsten'-Fauna des Kambriums. In: Martin, T., Koenigswald, W. v., Radtke, G. & Rust, J. (eds.): Paläontologie – 100 Jahre Paläontologische Gesellschaft, 1-292, Pfeil, München.
  • Waloszek, D., Maas, A. & Castellani, C. 2012. Zungenwürmer aus dem 'Orsten' – Parasiten auch schon im Kambrium. In: Martin, T., Koenigswald, W. v., Radtke, G. & Rust, J. (eds.): Paläontologie – 100 Jahre Paläontologische Gesellschaft, 1-292, Pfeil, München.
  • Zhang Huaqiao, Xi-ping Dong & Shuhai Xiao 2012. Three head-larvae of Hesslandona angustata (Phosphatocopida, Crustacea) from the Upper Cambrian of western Hunan, South China and the phylogeny of Crustacea. Gondwana Research 21 (2012) 1115–1127.


  • Haug, J.T., Maas, A., Haug, C. & Waloszek, D. 2011. Sarotrocercus oblita – Small Arthropod with Great Impact on the Understanding of Arthropod Evolution? Bulletin of Geosciences 86(4), 725–736.
  • Oliveira, I.S., Lacorte, G.A., Fonseca, C.G., Wieloch, A.H. & Mayer, G. (2011): Cryptic speciation in Brazilian Epiperipatus (Onychophora: Peripatidae) reveals an underestimated diversity among the peripatid velvet worms. PLoS ONE 6(6): e19973.
  • Haug, J.T., Olesen, J., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2011 online. External morphology and post-embryonic development of Derocheilocaris remanei (Crustacea: Mystacocarida) revisited, with a comparison to the Cambrian taxon †Skara. Journal of Crustacean Biology 31(4), 668-692.
  • Haug, J.T., Haug, C., Kutschera, V., Mayer, G., Maas, A., Liebau, S., Castellani, C., Wolfram, U., Clarkson, E.N.K. & Waloszek, D. 2011. Autofluorescence Microscopy, Excellent Tool for Comparative Morphology. Journal of Microscopy.
  • Schoenemann, B., Castellani, C., Clarkson, E.N.K., Haug, J.T. Maas, A., Haug, C. & Waloszek, D. 2011. The Sophisticated Visual System of a Tiny Cambrian Crustacean – Analysis of a Stalked Fossil Compound Eye. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. online first.
  • Olesen, J., Maas, A., Haug., J.T. & Waloszek, D. 2011 in press. External morphology of Lightiella monniotae (Crustacea, Cephalocarida) in the light of Cambrian 'Orsten' crustaceans. Arthropod Structures & Development 40, 449-478.
  • Maeda, H.,  Tanaka, G., Shimobayashi, N., Ohno, T. & Matsuoka, H. 2011. Cambrian orsten lagerstätte from the alum shale formation: fecal pellets as a probable source of phosphorus preservation. Palaios 26(4), 225-231.
  • Zhang Huaqiao, Dong Xiping & Maas, A. 2011. Hesslandona angustata (Phosphatocopina, Crustacea) from the Upper Cambrian of western Hunan, South China, with comments on phosphatocopine phylogeny. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen259(2), 157–175.
  • Castellani, C., Maas, A., Waloszek, D. & Haug, J.T. 2011. New pentastomids from the Late Cambrian of Sweden – deeper insight of the ontogeny of fossil tongue worms. Palaeontographica 293(4), 95-145.


  • Paper on Orsten stuff in a Japanese magazine published by NEWTON PRESS
  • Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Maas, A., Kutschera, V. & Waloszek, D. 2010. Evolution of Mantis Shrimps (Stomatopoda, Malacostraca) in the Light of New Mesozoic Fossils. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 
  • Haug, J.T., Haug, C., Waloszek, D. & Schweigert, G. 2010. The importance of lithographic limestones for revealing ontogenies in fossil crustaceans. Swiss Journal of Geosciences. 
  • Haug, J.T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2010. †Henningsmoenicaris scutula, †Sandtorpia vestrogothiensis gen. et sp. nov. and heterochronic effects in early crustacean evolution. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 101, 1–39. 
  • Jean Vannier, Ivan Calandra, Christian Gaillard, and Anna Zylinska 2010. Priapulid worms: Pioneer horizontal burrowers at the Precambrian- Cambrian boundary. Geology August 2010, 711-714. 
  • Liu Zheng & Dong Xiping 2010. The developmental trend of labrum and median eyes of Orsten-type preserved Phosphatocopina (Crustacea). Sci China Earth Sci, 2010, 53: 18–26. 
  • Stein, M. & Bergström 2010. Some lower Middle Ordovician species of Asaphus (Trilobita) from Sweden. GFF 132(2010), 105–116. 
  • Liu Yu, Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2010. Early embryonic development of the head region of Gryllus assimilis Fabricius, 1775 (Orthoptera, Insecta). Arthropod Structure & Development 39 (2010) 382–395. 
  • Zhang Xi-guang, Maas, A., Haug, J.T., Siveter, D.J. & Waloszek, D. 2010. A eucrustacean metanauplius from the Lower Cambrian. Current Biology 20(12), 1075–1079.
  • Stein, M. 2010. A new arthropod from the Early Cambrian of North Greenland, with a 'great-appendages'-like antennule. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 158, 477-500.
  • Haug, J.T., Waloszek, D., Haug, C. & Maas, A. 2010. High-level phylogenetic analysis using developmental sequences: The Cambrian †Martinssonia elongata, †Musacaris gerdgeyeri gen. et sp. nov. and their position in early crustacean evolution. Arthropod Structure & Development 39, 154-173.


  • Haug, J.T., Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Donoghue, P.C.J. & Bengtson, S. 2009: A new species of Markuelia from the Middle Cambrian of Australia. In: Paterson, J.R. & Laurie, J.R. (eds.): Cambro-Ordovician Studies III. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 37, 303-313.
  • Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Haug, J.T. & Müller, K.J. 2009. Loricate larvae (Scalidophora) from the Middle Cambrian of Australia. In: Paterson, J.R. & Laurie, J.R. (eds.): Cambro-Ordovician Studies III. Memoirs of the Association of the Australasian Palaeontologists 37, 281-302.
  • Maas, A. Haug, C., Haug, J.T., Olesen, J., Zhang Xiguang & Waloszek, D. 2009. Early Crustacean Evolution and the Appearance of Epipodites/ Gills. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 67(2), 255-273.
  • Haug, J.T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2009. Ontogeny of the stem-crustaceans Goticaris longispinosa and Cambropachycope clarksoni from the Upper Middle Cambrian ‚Orsten’ of Sweden. – Palaeontographica 289(1-3), 1–43.
  • Haug, J.T., Haug, C., Maas, A., Fayers, S.R., Trewin, N.H. & Waloszek, D. 2009. Simple 3D Images from Fossil and Recent Micromaterial Using Light Microscopy. Journal of Microscopy 233(1), 93-101.
  • Gostling, N.J., Dong Xiping & Donoghue, P.C.J. 2009. Ontogeny and taphonomy: An experimental taphonomy study of the development of the Brine shrimp Artemia salina. Palaeontology 52(1), 169–186.


  • Stein, M., Waloszek, D., Maas, A., Haug, J.T. & Müller, K.J. 2008. The stem crustacean Oelandocaris oelandica revisited. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 53(3), 461-484.
  • Haug, J.T., Maas, A. Waloszek, D., Liu Yu, Haug, C., Castellani, C. & Müller, K.J. 2008. ‘Orsten’ – Cambrian Meiofauna as a modern Ecotype questioning Speculations of a Transition of Pre-Cambrian Ecotypes and Life Strategies far within the Cambrian. Contributions of the Geosciences Union General assembly 2008, Vienna, 13-18. April, Geophysical Research, published abstracts 10.
  • Hughes, N.C., Haug, J.T. & Waloszek, D. 2008. Basal euarthropod development: a fossil-based perspective. In: Minelli, A. & Fusco, G. (eds.): Evolving pathways – Keynotes in evolutionary developmental biology, 281-298. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. 
  • Gostling, N.J., Ceri-Wyn Thomas, Jenny M. Greenwood, Xiping Dong, Stefan Bengtson, Elizabeth C. Raff, Rudolf A. Raff, Bernard M. Degnan, Marco Stampanoni & Donoghue, P.C.J. 2008. Deciphering the fossil record of early bilaterian embryonic development in light of experimental taphonomy. Evolution and Development 10(3), 339-349.


  • Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Haug, J.T. & Müller, K.J. 2007. A possibly larval round worm from the Cambrian 'Orsten' and its bearing on the phylogeny of Cycloneuralia. In: Laurie, J.R. & Paterson, J.R. (eds.): Papers in honour of John Helsby Shergold, 1938 - 2006. Memoir of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 34, 499-519.
  • Maas, A., Mayer, Georg & Kristensen, R.M. & Waloszek, D. 2007. A Cambrian micro-lobopodian and the evolution of arthropod locomotion and reproduction. Chinese Science Bulletin 52(24), 3385-3392.
  • Zhang Xi-guang, Siveter, D., Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2007. An epipodite-bearing crown-group crustacean from the Lower Cambrian. Nature 449, 595–598.
  • Lui Ji & Dong Xiping 2007. Skara huanensis, a new species of Skaracarida (Crustacea) from Upper Cambrian (Furongian) of China. Progress in Natural Science 17(8), 934-942.


  • Donoghue, P.C.J., Kouchinsky, A., Bengtson, S., Cunningham, J., Dong Xi-ping, Repetski, J.E., Val’kov, A.K. & Waloszek, D. 2006. Fossilized embryos are widespread but the record is temporally and taxonomically biased. Evolution & Development 8(2), 232–238.
  • Maas, A. Braun, A., Dong Xiping, Donoghue, P., Müller, K.J., Olempska, E., Repetski, J.E., Siveter, D.J., Stein, M. & Waloszek, D. 2006. The ‘Orsten’ – more than a Cambrian Konservat-Lagerstätte yielding exceptional preservation. Palaeoworld 15, 266-282. 
  • Waloszek, D., Repetski, J.E. & Maas, A. 2006. A new Late Cambrian pentastomid and a review of the relationships of this parasitic group. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 96, 163-176. Edinburgh.


  • Dong Xi-ping, Donoghue, P.C.J., Liu Zheng, Liu Jie & Peng Fan 2005. The fossils of Orsten-type preservation from Middle and Upper Cambrian in Hunan, China – Three-dimensionally preserved soft-bodied fossils (Arthropods). Chinese Science Bulletin 50(13), 1352–1357. – please ask the authors for a PDF
  • Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2005: Phosphatocopina – ostracode-like sister group of Eucrustacea. Hydrobiologia 538, 139–152. 
  • Maas, A., Braun, A. Müller, K.J. & Waloszek, D. 2005. The 'Orsten' - more than a Cambrian conservat lagerstaette yielding exceptional preservation. Acta Micropalaeontologia Sinica 22 (supplement), 109-112. 
  • Raff, E.C., Vilinski, J. T., Turner, F. R., Donoghue, P.C.J. and Raff, R. A. 2006. Experimental taphonomy shows the feasibility of fossil embryos. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103: 5846-5851.
  • Stein, M., Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2005. Oelandocaris oelandica and its significance to resolving the stemlineage of Crustacea. In: S. Koenemann & R. Vonck (Eds): Crustacea and Arthropod Relationships. Crustacean Issues 16, CRC publishers. 
  • Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2005. The Evolutionary History of Crustacean Segmentation - A Fossil-Based Perspective. In: Hughes & Jacobs (eds.): Symposium on Terminal Addition. Evolution & Development, Special Issue 7(6), 515-527. 


  • Dong, Xi-Ping, Donoghue, P.C.J., Cheng, Hong & Liu, Jian-Bo 2004. Fossil embryos from the Middle and Late Cambrian period of Hunan, South China. Nature 427, 237-240. London.– ask Phil
  • Waloszek, D., Maas, A., Braun, A. & Müller, K.J. 2004. C.O.R.E. – Center of ‘Orsten’ Research and Exploration. Terra Nostra 2004/04, 114-115.


  • Maas, A., Waloszek, D. & Müller, K.J. 2003: Morphology, Ontogeny and Phylogeny of the Phosphatocopina (Crustacea) from the Upper Cambrian ‘Orsten’ of Sweden. – Fossils and Strata 49, 1-238. – Monographs still available on request
  • Siveter, D.J., Waloszek, D. & Williams, M. 2003: An Early Cambrian Phosphatocopid Crustacean with Three-dimensionally Preserved Soft Parts from Shropshire, England. – In Lane, Phillip, D., Siveter, Derek J. and Fortey, Richard A. (eds.): Trilobites and their relatives. Special Papers in Palaeontology 70, 9-30, 2 pls. 
  • Vilpoux, K. & Waloszek, D. 2003. Larval development and morphogenesis of the sea spider Pycnogonum litorale (Ström, 1762). Arthropod Structure & Development 32(4), 349-383.
  • Waloszek, D. 2003a: Cambrian `Orsten´-type Arthropods and the Phylogeny of Crustacea. – In A. Legakis, S. Sfenthourakis, R. Polymeni & M. Thessalou-Legaki (eds.), The New Panorama of Animal Evolution. Proc. 18th Int. Congr. Zoology, 69-87. Pensoft Publishers, Sofia, Moscow.
  • Waloszek, D. 2003b: The ‘Orsten’ Window – A three-dimensionally preserved Upper Cambrian Meiofauna and its Contribution to our Understanding of the Evolution of Arthropoda. – Paleontological Research 7(1): 71-88. 


  • Waloszek, D. & Dunlop, J. 2002. A larval sea spider (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida) from the Upper Cambrian ‘Orsten’ of Sweden, and the phylogenetic position of pycnogonids. – Palaeontology 45(3): 421-446. 


  • Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2001: Cambrian Derivatives of the Early Arthropod Stem Lineage, Pentastomids, Tardigrades and Lobopodians — An `Orsten´ perspective. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Tardigrada, Copenhagen. Zoologischer Anzeiger 240: 449-457. 
  • Siveter, D.J., Williams, M. & Walossek, D. 2001. A phosphatocopid crustacean with appendages from the lower Cambrian. – Science 293: 479-481 (commentary by R. Fortey on pp. 438-439). 


  • Walossek, D. 1999. On the Cambrian diversity of Crustacea. In Schram, F.R. & von Vaupel Klein, J.C. (eds.): Crustaceans and the Biodiversity Crisis, Proceedings of the Fourth International Crustacean Congress, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 20-24, 1998 vol. 1, 3-27. Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden.


  • Walossek, D. & Müller, K. J. 1998. Cambrian ‘Orsten’-type arthropods and the phylogeny of Crustacea. In Fortey, R. R. & Thomas, R. (eds.): Arthropod relationships, Systematics Association Special Volume 55, 139-153. Chapman & Hall, London. 
  • Walossek, D. & Müller, K. J. 1998. Early Arthropod Phylogeny in the Light of the Cambrian ‘Orsten’ fossils. In Edgecombe, G. (ed.-in-chief): Arthropod Fossils and Phylogeny, 185-231. Columbia University Press. 


  • Walossek, D. 1996. Rehbachiella, der bisher älteste Branchiopode. Stapfia 42, also Kataloge des O.Ö. Landesmuseum N.F. 100, 21-28. 


  • Walossek, D. 1995. The Upper Cambrian Rehbachiella, its larval development, morphology and significance for the phylogeny of Branchiopoda and Crustacea. - Hydrobiologia 298, 1-13. 
  • Müller, K.J., Walossek, D. and Zakharov, A. 1995. `Orsten´ type phosphatized soft-integument preservation and a new record from the Middle Cambrian Kuonamka Formation in Siberia. - N. Jb. Geol. Palaeont., Abhandl. 191(1), 101-118.


  • Walossek, D. and Müller, K.J. 1994. Pentastomid parasites from the Lower Palaeozoic of Sweden. - Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Earth Sciences 85(1), 1-37, 28 figs. 
  • Walossek, D., Repetski, J.E. and Müller, K.J. 1994. An exceptionally preserved parasitic arthropod, Heymonsicambria taylori n. sp. (Arthropoda incertae sedis: Pentastomida), from Cambrian-Ordovician boundary beds of Newfoundland, Canada. - Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 31(11), 1664-1671.


  • Walossek, D., Hinz-Schallreuter, I., Shergold, J.H. and Müller, K.J. 1993. Three-dimensional preservation of arthropod integument from the Middle Cambrian of Australia. - Lethaia 26(1), 7-15. 
  • Walossek, D. 1993. The Upper Cambrian Rehbachiella kinnekullensis Müller, 1983, and the phylogeny of Branchiopoda and Crustacea. - Fossils and Strata 32, 1-202, 54 figs., 34 pls. – Paper monographs still available on request


  • Walossek, D. and Müller, K.J. 1992. The ‘alum shale window’ – contribution of `Orsten´ arthropods to the phylogeny of Crustacea. - Acta Zoologica 73(5), 305-312. 


  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1991a. `Orsten´ arthropods - small in size but of great impact on biological and phylogenetic interpretations. Geologiska Föreningens i Stockholm Förhandlingar Meeting Proceedings 113(1), 88-90.
  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1991b. Ein Blick durch das <Orsten>-Fenster in die Arthropodenwelt vor 500 Millionen Jahren. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft 84, 281-294. 
  • Walossek, D. and Müller, K.J. 1991. Lethaia Forum: Henningsmoenicaris n. gen. for Henningsmoenia Walossek and Müller, 1990 - correction of name. Lethaia 24(2), 138. 
  • Walossek, D. and Szaniawski, H. 1991. Cambrocaris baltica n. gen. n. sp., a possible stem-lineage crustacean from the Upper Cambrian of Poland. - Lethaia 24(4), 363-378. 
  • Müller, K.J. 1990. 3.11.3. Upper Cambrian `Orsten´. - In Briggs, D.E.G. and Crowther, P.R. (eds.): Palaeobiology, a synthesis, 274-277. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, London, Edinburgh, Boston, Melbourne. available on request


  • Walossek, D. and Müller, K.J. 1990. Stem-lineage crustaceans from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden and their bearing upon the position of Agnostus. Lethaia 23(4), 409-427. 


  • Walossek, D. and Müller, K.J. 1989. A second type-A nauplius from the Upper Cambrian `Orsten´ of Sweden. Lethaia 22(3), 301-306. 


  • Müller, K.J. and Waloßek, D. 1988a. Eine parasitische Cheliceraten-Larve aus dem Kambrium. Fossilien 1, 40-42.
  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1988b. External morphology and larval development of the Upper Cambrian maxillopod Bredocaris admirabilis. Fossils and Strata 23, 1-70, 16 pls. – PAPER Monographs still available on request
  • Walossek, D. and Müller, K.J. 1988. Über die Ventralmorphologie und Ökologie von Agnostus. Der Geschiebesammler 22(1), 11-38. 


  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1987. Morphology, ontogeny, and life-habit of Agnostus pisiformis (Linnaeus, 1757) from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden. Fossils and Strata 19, 1-124, 33 pls. – PAPER Monographs still available on request


  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1986a. Martinssonia elongata gen. et sp. n., a crustacean-like euarthropod from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden. – Zoologica Scripta 15(1), 73-92. 
  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1986b. Arthropod larvae from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden. – Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Earth Sciences 77, 157-179. 


  • Müller, K.J. 1985. Exceptional preservation in calcareous nodules. – Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B 311, 67-73. available on request
  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1985a. A remarkable arthropod fauna from the Upper Cambrian "Orsten" of Sweden. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Earth Sciences 76, 161-172. 
  • Müller, K.J. and Walossek, D. 1985b. Skaracarida, a new order of Crustacea from the Upper Cambrian of Västergötland, Sweden. Fossils and Strata 17, 1-65, 17 pls.  – PAPER Monographs still available on request


  • Müller, K.J. 1983a. Crustacea with preserved soft parts from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden. - Lethaia 16, 93-109. available on request
  • Waloßek, D. 1983b. Dem Urkrebs auf der Spur. Mineralienmagazin 1(11), 520-523. available on request


  • Müller, K.J. 1982a. Hesslandona unisulcata sp.nov. with phosphatised appendages from Upper Cambrian 'Orsten' of Sweden. In Bate, R.H., Robinson, E. & Sheppard, L.M. (eds.): Fossil and Recent Ostracods, 276-304. Ellis Horwood, Chichester. available on request
  • Müller, K.J. 1982b. Weichteile von Fossilien aus dem Erdaltertum. Naturwissenschaften 69, 249-254. available on request
  • Müller, K.J. 1981a. Arthropods with phosphatized soft parts from the Upper Cambrian 'Orsten' of Sweden. Short papers for the Second International Symposium on the Cambrian System 1981, Open-File Report, 81-743, 147-151. United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey. available on request
  • Müller, K.J. 1981b. Weichteile von Fossilien aus dem Erdaltertum. Forschung, Mitteilungen der DFG 2/1981, 6-9. - available on request


  • Müller, K.J. 1979a. Body appendages of paleozoic Ostracodes. Proceedings of the VII International Symposium on Ostracodes. Taxonomy, Biostratigraphy and Distribution of Ostracodes, 5-7, 1 plate. available on request
  • Müller, K.J. 1979b. Ostracoden mit erhaltenen Gliedmaßen aus einem oberkambrischen Stinkkalk-Geschiebe. Der Geschiebesammler 13(2), 91-94. available on request
  • Müller, K.J. 1979c. Phosphatocopine ostracodes with preserved appendages from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden. Lethaia 12(1), 1-27. Oslo. available on request


  • Müller, K.J. 1964. Ostracoda (Bradorina) mit phosphatischen Gehäusen aus dem Oberkambrium von Schweden. – Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 121(1), 1-46. available on request