Neoparadoxia repenningi (was Paleoparadoxia)
Barnes, Lawrence G. A New Genus and Species of Late Miocene Paleoparadoxiid (Mamalia, Desmostylia) from California. 11 September 2013, Contributions in Science, 521:51-114
Panofsky, Adele I. Stanford Paleoparadoxia Fossil Skeleton Mounting. SLAC-PUB-7829, Sep 1998. 143pp.
Doty, Andy. Paleoparadoxia Reassembled: Adele Panofsky's Inspirational Journey.: Stanford Historical Society, Sandstone & Tile V21 no. 1 (Winter 1997)
Stolar, Nina. A Creature in the Works. SLAC, The Interaction Point, March 1995, p.5
Cords, Annette. Paleoparadoxia Earliest Site Visitor. The Interaction Point, July 1991.
Fox, Karen. Paleoparadoxia Dedicated. The Interaction Point, September 1992.
Stanford lab site yields treasure: Campus once domain of sea creatures. SLAC BeamLine, March 1978, p. 2 (reprinted from San Jose Mercury, January 4, 1978
Significant Fossil Find On Site. SLAC Quasi-Periodical Internal Newsletter Special Edition October 14, 1964
Photo of cast model of Paleoparadoxia (now Neoparadoxia Repenningi) in an exhibit case in the SLAC Visitor's Center, where it was displayed from 1996 - 2014. When that building was torn down to make way for construction of the Science and User Support Building (SUSB), the model was placed on long-term loan with the San Mateo County History Association Museum in Redwood City.
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