(The TQCC of Lethaia is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Did the evolution of the phytoplankton fuel the diversification of the marine biosphere?24
An alternative model for the earliest evolution of vascular plants20
Early Cambrian small carbonaceous fossils (SCFs) from an impact crater in western Finland16
The Furongian (upper Cambrian) Alum Shale of Scandinavia: revision of zonation16
Names for trace fossils 2.0: theory and practice in ichnotaxonomy11
First fossilized skin of a giant penguin from the Eocene of Antarctica10
Fossil‐Lagerstätten, palaeoecology and preservation of invertebrates and vertebrates from the Devonian in the eastern Anti‐Atlas, Morocco10
Unique near isometric ontogeny in the pterosaur Rhamphorhynchus suggests hatchlings could fly9
Vertebrate assemblages from the north-central Main Karoo Basin, South Africa, and their implications for mid-Permian biogeography8
Diverse earliest Triassic ostracod fauna of the non-microbialite-bearing shallow marine carbonates of the Yangou section, South China8
Palaeoecological analysis of a methane seep deposit from the Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) of the U.S. Western Interior8
Integrated conodont and radiolarian biostratigraphy of the upper Norian in Baoshan Block, Southwestern China7
New dinosaur, crocodylomorph and swim tracks from the Late Jurassic of the Lusitanian Basin: implications for ichnodiversity7
Late Anisian microbe‐metazoan build‐ups in the Germanic Basin: aftermath of the Permian–Triassic crisis7
Shell structure, ornamentation and affinity of the problematic early Cambrian brachiopod Heliomedusa orienta7
Resolving Terreneuvian stratigraphy in subtidal–intertidal carbonates: palaeontological and chemostratigraphical evidence from the Turukhansk Uplift, Siberian Platform7
The earliest burst of necrophagous dung beetles in South America revealed by the Cenozoic record of Coprinisphaera6
Changhsingian brachiopod communities along a marine depth gradient in South China and their ecological significance in the end-Permian mass extinction6
Bioturbation in matgrounds at Lake Bogoria in the Kenya Rift Valley: implications for interpreting the heterogeneous early Cambrian seafloor6
Multi-proxy analyses of Late Cretaceous coprolites from Germany6
Hidden termite coprolites revealed by Synchrotron microtomography inside Eocene–Oligocene filled wood-borings from the Malzieu Basin, Lozère, southern France6
New data on the palaeosteohistology and growth dynamic of the notosuchian Araripesuchus Price, 19596
A high-precision global biostratigraphy of myodocope ostracods for the Silurian upper Wenlock Series and Ludlow Series6
A Lower Cretaceous Lagerstätte from France: a taphonomic overview of the Angeac‐Charente vertebrate assemblage6
Upper Katian (Upper Ordovician) trans‐Atlantic δ 13 C chemostratigraphy: the geochronological equivalence of the ELKHORN and PAROVEJA excursions and its implications6
Symbiosis of cornulitids with the cystoporate bryozoan Fistulipora in the Pridoli of Saaremaa, Estonia6
A Permian nurse log and evidence for facilitation in high-latitude Glossopteris forests6
Fossiliferous methane‐seep deposits from the Cenozoic Talara Basin in northern Peru6
Invasive mollusc faunas of the River Thames exemplify biostratigraphical characterization of the Anthropocene6
Diopatra cuprea worm burrow parchment: a cautionary tale of infaunal surface reactivity5
Sclerobionts associated with Orbiramus from the Early Ordovician of Hubei, China, the oldest known trepostome bryozoan5
After 100 years: a detailed view of an eumalacostracan crustacean from the Upper Jurassic Solnhofen Lagerstätte with raptorial appendages unique to Euarthropoda5
Microbialites and trace fossils from a Middle Triassic restricted carbonate ramp in the Catalan Basin, Spain: evaluating environmental and evolutionary controls in an epicontinental setting5
Morphological diversity and disparity in trilobite cephala and the evolution of trilobite enrolment throughout the Palaeozoic5
Maastrichtian-early Paleocene foraminiferal palaeobathymetry and depositional sequences at Gebel El Sharawna, south Luxor, Egypt5
Large, unwebbed bird and bird‐like footprints from the Mesozoic and Cenozoic: a review of ichnotaxonomy and trackmaker affinity5
Crowded Trichophycus ichnofabrics in the early Ordovician successions of central Iran: insight into the Ordovician radiation5
Patterns of sclerobiont colonization on the rugose coral Schlotheimophyllum patellatum (Schlotheim, 1820) from the Silurian of Gotland, Sweden5
Coprolites from shallow marine deposits of the Nanjemoy Formation, Lower Eocene of Virginia, USA5
Predatory drill holes in the oldest thyasirid bivalve, from the Lower Jurassic of South Germany5
Epizoans immured in the heterocoral Oligophylloides maroccanus Weyer, 2017: a unique record from the Famennian (Upper Devonian) of Morocco5
Diversity, palaeoecology and palaeoenvironmental significance of the Eocene chondrichthyan assemblages of the Bolca Lagerstätte, Italy4
Sneaking up on ‘enemies’: alleviating inherent disadvantages in competitive outcomes in a nearly 3-million-year-old palaeocommunity from Florida, USA4
First fossil evidence of leaf‐feeding caterpillars from India and their feeding strategies4
Decline in diversity of early Palaeozoic loosely coiled gastropod protoconchs4
Identification of conodont fossils in pelagic deep‐sea siliceous sedimentary rocks using laboratory‐based X‐ray computed microtomography3
Vauxiids as descendants of archaeocyaths: a hypothesis3
ʻConodont pearlsʼ do not belong to conodonts3
Train crash crinoids revisited3
Brachiopod palaeobiogeography in the western Tethys during the Early Jurassic diversity maximum: introduction of a Pontic Province3
Stromatoporoid-coral/tubeworm intergrowths in the lowermost Silurian Varbola Formation of Estonia: first evidence of competitive interaction3
Ediacaran macrofossils prior to the ~580 Ma Gaskiers glaciation in Newfoundland, Canada3
Evaluating the role of coastal hypoxia on the transient expansion of microencruster intervals during the early Aptian3
Possible predation damage and repair in a Quaternary marine ostracod3
The age of the Middle Ordovician Winneshiek Shale: reply to a critical review by Lindskog & Young (2019) of a paper by Bergström et al . (2018a)3
Vertebral pneumatic structures in the Early Cretaceous sauropod dinosaur Pilmatueia faundezi from northwestern Patagonia, Argentina3
The first non-marine ostracod fauna from the Lower Barremian dysodiles of Lebanon3
Diversity and palaeoecology of Australia's southern-most sauropods, Griman Creek Formation (Cenomanian), New South Wales, Australia3
Planktonic foraminifera assemblages from the Brazil–Malvinas Confluence: palaeoceanographic implications of sub-surface temperature reconstructions in the western South Atlantic3
A sting in the tale of Parioscorpio venator from the Silurian of Wisconsin: is it a cheloniellid arthropod?3
Palaeoecological analysis of a sclerobiont fauna on a single basibiont across the Valanginian of the Neuquén Basin, west-central Argentina3
Turritelline mass accumulations from the Lower Miocene of southern Germany: implications for tidal currents and nutrient transport within the North Alpine Foreland Basin3
Structural, chemical and isotope evidence for secondary phosphate mineralization of grasping spines of Early Palaeozoic chaetognaths3
Cyclic environmental changes during the Early Toarcian at the Mochras Farm Borehole (Wales): a variable response of the foraminiferal community3