Dr. Philip D. Lane

Title: Fellow of the University
Phone: (+44) 01782 733754
Email: p.d.lane@keele.ac.uk
Location: William Smith Building : WS 1.01
Role:
Contacting me:
  • Phylogeny and nomenclature of styginid trilobites; with A.T.Thomas (Birmingham) and D.J.Holloway (Melbourne), associated with revision of the Treatise.
  • Phylogeny and nomenclature of cheirurid trilobites, associated with revision of the Treatise.
  • Revision of some of McCoy's taxa (including the status of Portlockia) with Derek J.Siveter (Oxford) and R.M.Owens (Cardiff).
  • From October 2006 with A.T.Thomas, supervision of a new NERC PhD at Birmingham on the systematics and palaeoecology of Silurian carbonate mound trilobites of northeast Greenland.
  • Placoparina, redescription and systematic position (with R.M. Ownes, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff).
  • Scutellid triobites of the Silurian Mirrabooka Formation and its equivalents, New South Wales (with D.J. Holloway, Museum Victoria, Melbourne).
  • Trilobites of the Silurian Tomcat Creek Formation, North Queensland (from January 2007).

Selected Publications

  • Holloway DJ and Lane PD. 2016. Trilobites of the suborder Illaenina from the Silurian of north Queensland, Australia. JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY, vol. 90(3), 433-471. link> doi>
  • Perrier V, Siveter DJ, Williams M, Lane PD. 2014. An Early Silurian 'Herefordshire' myodocope ostracod from Greenland and its palaeoecological and palaeobiogeographical significance. GEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, vol. 151(4), 591-599. link> doi>
  • Williams M, Wallis S, Oji T, Lane PD. 2014. Ambiguous biogeographical patterns mask a more complete understanding of the Ordovician to Devonian evolution of Japan. ISLAND ARC, vol. 23(2), 76-101. link> doi>
  • Holloway DJ and Lane PD. 2012. Scutelluid trilobites from the Silurian of New South Wales. PALAEONTOLOGY, vol. 55, 413-490. link> doi>
  • Fortey RA, Lane PD, Siveter DJ. 2003. Special papers in palaeontology no. 70 - Trilobites and their relatives contributions from the Third International Conference, Oxford 2001 - Introduction. TRIBOLITES AND THEIR RELATIVES (pp. 7-8). link>

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Journal Articles

  • Holloway DJ and Lane PD. 2016. Trilobites of the suborder Illaenina from the Silurian of north Queensland, Australia. JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY, vol. 90(3), 433-471. link> doi>
  • Perrier V, Siveter DJ, Williams M, Lane PD. 2014. An Early Silurian 'Herefordshire' myodocope ostracod from Greenland and its palaeoecological and palaeobiogeographical significance. GEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, vol. 151(4), 591-599. link> doi>
  • Williams M, Wallis S, Oji T, Lane PD. 2014. Ambiguous biogeographical patterns mask a more complete understanding of the Ordovician to Devonian evolution of Japan. ISLAND ARC, vol. 23(2), 76-101. link> doi>
  • Holloway DJ and Lane PD. 2012. Scutelluid trilobites from the Silurian of New South Wales. PALAEONTOLOGY, vol. 55, 413-490. link> doi>
  • Lane PD. 2002. The taxonomic position and coaptative structures of the Lower Ordovician trilobite Cyrtometopus. STUDIES IN PALAEOZOIC PALAEONTOLOGY AND BIOSTRATIGRAPHY IN HONOUR OF CHARLES HEPWORTH HOLLAND, 153-169. link>
  • Holloway DJ and Lane PD. 1999. A replacement name for the trilobite Lalax Holloway and Lane non Hamilton. PALAEONTOLOGY, vol. 42, 375. link> doi>
  • Holloway DJ and Lane PD. 1998. Effaced styginid trilobites from the Silurian of New South Wales. PALAEONTOLOGY, vol. 41, 853-896. link>
  • LANE PD. 1985. THE TAXONOMIC STATUS OF THE TRILOBITE CROTALOCEPHALUS SALTER, 1853. GEOLOGICAL JOURNAL, vol. 20(3), 239-246. link>
  • THOMAS AT and LANE PD. 1984. AUTECOLOGY OF SILURIAN TRILOBITES. SPECIAL PAPERS IN PALAEONTOLOGY, 55-69. link>
  • LANE PD and THOMAS AT. 1980. A REPLACEMENT NAME FOR RHAX LANE AND THOMAS, 1978 (TRILOBITA) NON HERMANN, 1804. GEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, vol. 117(2), 191. link>
  • LANE PD and THOMAS AT. 1978. SILURIAN TRILOBITES FROM NE QUEENSLAND AND CLASSIFICATION OF EFFACED TRILOBITES. GEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, vol. 115(5), 351-&. link>

Other

  • Fortey RA, Lane PD, Siveter DJ. 2003. Special papers in palaeontology no. 70 - Trilobites and their relatives contributions from the Third International Conference, Oxford 2001 - Introduction. TRIBOLITES AND THEIR RELATIVES (pp. 7-8). link>