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Name:
Huang Diying
Education:
postdoctoral recognition
Research direction:
palaeontology
Academic
title:
Professor
Postal Code:
210008
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39 East Beijing Road, Nanjing, 210008, China
E-mail:
dyhuang@nigpas.ac.cn

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Publications:

  1Chen Junyuan, Huang Diying, Li Chiawei, 1999: An early Cambrian craniate-like chordate. Nature, 402: 518-522. 

  2Chen Junyuan, Huang Diying, 2002: A possible Lower Cambrian chaetognath (arrow worm). Science, 298: 187. 

  3, Chen Junyuan, Huang Diying, Peng Qingqing, Chi Huimei, Wang Xiuqiang, Feng Man, 2003: The first tunicate from the Early Cambrian of South China. P. N. A. S., 100: 8314-8318. 

  4, Huang Diying, Vannier J., Chen Junyuan, 2004: Anatomy and lifestyles of Early Cambrian priapulid worms exemplified by Corynetis and Anningvermis from the Maotianshan Shale (SW China). Lethaia, 37: 21-33. 

  5, Huang Diying, Chen Junyuan, Vannier J., Saiz Salinas J. I., 2004: Early Cambrian sipunculan worms from southwest China. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 271: 1671-1676. 

  6, Chen Junyuan, Huang Diying, Bottjor D. 2005: An Early Cambrian problematic fossil: Vetustovermis and its possible affinities. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 272: 2003-2007. 

  7, Huang Diying, Nel A., Petrulevičius J. F. 2008: New evolutionary evidences of Grylloblattida from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, north-east China (Insecta, Polyneoptera). Zoological Journal of Linnean Society, 152: 17-24.  

  8, Huang Diying, Nel A., Zompro O., Waller A., 2008: Mantophasmatodea now in the Jurassic. Naturwissenschaften, 95: 947-952. 

  9, Huang Diying, Nel A., 2009: Oldest webspinners from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China (Insecta: Embiodea). Zoological Journal of Linnean Society, 156: 889-895. 

  10, Huang Diying, Selden P., Dunlop J., 2009: Harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones) from the Middle Jurassic of China. Naturwissenschaften, 96: 955-962 

  11, Huang Diying, Engel  M. S., Cai Chenyang, Wu Hao, Nel A., 2012: Diverse transitional giant fleas from the Mesozoic era of China. Nature, 483: 201-204. 

  12Huang Diying, Nel A., Cai Chenyang, Lin Qibin, Engle M. S., 2013: Amphibious flies and paedomorphism in the Jurassic period. Nature, 495: 94-97. 

      1.          Cai Chenyang, Huang Diying*, 2013: Megolisthaerus, interpreted as staphylinine rove beetle (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) based on new Early Cretaceous material of China. Cretaceous Research, 40: 207-211. 

  2.          Huang Diying, Nel A., Cai Chenyang, Lin Qibin, Engle M. S., 2013: Amphibious flies and paedomorphism in the Jurassic period. Nature, 495: 94-97. 

  3.          Huang Diying, Engel  M. S., Cai Chenyang, Nel A., 2013: Mesozoic giant fleas from northeastern China (Siphonaptera): Taxonomy and implications for palaeodiversity. Chinese Science Bulletin, 58: 1682-1690. 

  4.          Cai Chenyang Cai, Margaret Thayer, Huang Diying *, Xiangdong Wang, Alfred Newton 2013: A basal oxyteline rove beetle (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) from the Early Cretaceous of China: oldest record for the tribe Euphaniini. Comptes rendus Palevol 12: 159-163. 

  5.          Cai Chenyang, Huang Diying* 2013: Discussion on the systematic position of the oxyteline rove beetle Anotylus archaicus Yue, Makranczy & Ren, 2012 (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae). Insect Systematics & Evolution 44: 203-212. 

  6.          Cai Chenyang, Huang Diying* 2013: Mesocoprophilus clavatus, a new oxyteline rove beetle (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) from the Early Cretaceous of China. Insect Systematics & Evolution 44: 213-220. 

  7.          Cai Chenyang, Evgeny Yan, Robert Beattie, Bo Wang, Huang Diying 2013: First rove beetles from the Jurassic Talbragar fish bed of Australia (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae). Journal of Paleontology 87 (4): 650–656. 

  8.          黄迪颖2013:对道虎沟生物群蝌蚪化石的重新探讨。古生物学报,52141-145. 

  9.          Cai Chenyang, Huang Diying* 2013: A new species of small-eyed Quedius (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylinine) from the Early Cretaceous of China. Cretaceous Research 44: 54-57. 

  10.       Cai Chenyang, Huang Diying* 2013: Sinanthobium daohugouense, a tiny new omaliine rove beetle from the Middle Jurassic of China (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae). The Canadian Entomologist 145: 496-500. 

  11.       Nel A., Roques P., Nel P., Prokin A. A., Bourgoin T., Prokop J., Szwedo J., Azar D.,  Desutter-Grandcolas L., Wappler T., Garrouste R., Coty D., Huang Diying, Engel M. S., Kirejtshuk A. G., 2013: The earliest knowm holometabolous insects. Nature 503: 257-261. 

  12.       Wang Yuanyuan, Huang Diying*, Hu Shixue 2013: New anomalocardid frontal appendages from the Guanshan biota, eastern Yunnan. Chinese Science Bulletin 58 (32): 3937-3942.(王媛媛,黄迪颖*,胡世学,2013:关山生物群中奇虾前附肢的新发现。科学通报,5828-29: 2940-2945. 

  13.       Nel A., Azar D., Huang Diying 2014: A new Middle Jurassic Chinese fossil clarifies the systematic composition of the Heterophlebioptera (Odonata: Trigonoptera). Alcheringa 30: 130-134. 

  14.       Huang Diying, Chen Junyuan, Zhu Maoyan, Zhao Fangchen, 2014: The burrow dwelling behavior and locomotion of palaeoscolecidian worms: New fossil evidence from the Cambrian Chengjiang fauna. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 398: 154-164.   

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