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author fischerValentin Fischer. Evolution & Diversity Dynamics Lab, UR Geology, Université de Liège, Belgium (corresponding author).

Dr. Valentin Fischer is an associate professor of palaeontology at the Université de Liège, Belgium since 2015. He studies the biodiversity and extinctions of fossil marine predators.

 

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author labouryAntoine Laboury. Evolution & Diversity Dynamics Lab, UR Geology, Université de Liège, Belgium.

Antoine Laboury is a PhD student at the University of Liège in the Evolution & Diversity Dynamics Lab. His research concerns the phylogenetic and morphological diversity of Triassic and Early Jurassic ichthyosaurians and sauropterygians.

 

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author bernackiKamil Bernacki. Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Kamil Bernacki is an architect and a citizen palaeontologist working with the Natural History Museum of Luxembourg.

 

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author garbayLaurent Garbay. Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Laurent Garbay is a PhD student at the University of Bonn, working on the morphology and histology of fossil reptiles.

 

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author gillenYan Gillen. Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Yan Gillen is a biology teacher and works with the Natural History Museum of Luxembourg.

 

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author rollingerCharel Rollinger. Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Charel Rollinger is a citizen palaeontologist working with the Natural History Museum of Luxembourg.

 

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author thillAnjin Thill. Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Anjin Thill is a citizen palaeontologist working with the Natural History Museum of Luxembourg.

 

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author weisRobert Weis. Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Dr. Robert Weis works as a researcher and collection manager at Luxembourg’s Natural History Museum. He specializes in Jurassic cephalopods and geoheritage research and authored over 40 scientific articles.

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author thuyBen Thuy. Department of Palaeontology, Natural History Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg.

Dr. Ben Thuy studied Earth sciences at the University of Tübingen (diploma in 2010) and received his PhD from the University of Göttingen (2012). Since 2015 he has been the palaeontology curator at the Natural History Museum Luxembourg.

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