1. Authored books
    B13. Penney, D. (2017) Escape the Fat Trap: it's not rocket science, 128 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.

    B12. Penney, D. (2016) Amber Palaeobiology: Research trends and perspectives for the 21st century, 128 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B11. Penney, D. (2016) So you want to be a palaeontologist? 64 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.

     B10. Penney, D. & Jepson, J.E. (2014) Fossil Insects: An introduction to palaeoentomology, 224 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B9. Penney, D. (2012) Field Guide to Wildlife of The Gambia 2nd edition, 160 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B8. Dunlop, J.A. & Penney, D. (2012) Fossil Arachnids, 192 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 2. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B7. Penney, D. & Green, D. (2011) Fossils in Amber: snapshots of prehistoric forest life, 226 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B6. Penney, D. & Selden, P.A. (2011) Fossil Spiders: the evolutionary history of a mega-diverse order, 128 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 1. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B5. Penney, D. (2010) Amber, 28 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B4. Penney, D. (2009) Field Guide to Wildlife of The Gambia, 120 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B3. Penney, D. (2009) Common Spiders and Other Arachnids of The Gambia, West Africa, 80 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B2. Penney, D. (2009) Field Guide to Butterflies of The Gambia, West Africa, 80 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     B1. Penney, D. (2008) Dominican Amber Spiders: a comparative palaeontological-neontological approach to identification, faunistics, ecology and biogeography, 178 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.

 

2. Edited volumes
    E9. Penney, E. & Ross, A.J. (2016) Abstracts of the 7th International Conference on Fossil Insects, Arthropods and Amber, 88 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.

    E8. Blows, W.T.. (Penney, D. series ed.) (2015) British Polacanthid Dinosaurs, 224 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 7. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     E7. Zalohar, J. & Hitij, T. (Penney, D. series ed.) (2014) Fossil Seahorses & Other Biota from the Tunjice Konservat-Lagerstatte, Slovenia, 176 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 6. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     E6. Penney, D. (ed.) (2013) Spider research in the 21st century: trends and perspectives. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester, 320 pp.
     E5. Boulard, M. (Penney, D., series ed.) (2013) The Cicadas of Thailand Volume 2: taxonomy and sonic ethology, 436 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 5. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     E4. Archer, M.E. (Penney, D., series ed.) (2012) Vespine wasps of the world: behaviour, ecology and taxonomy of the Vespinae, 352 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 4. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     E3. Coram, R. & Jepson, J.E. (Penney, D., series ed.) (2012) Fossil insects of the Purbeck Formation of Southern England: palaeoentomology from the dawn of the Cretaceous, 144 pp. Monograph Series, Volume 3. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     E2. Penney, D. (ed.) (2010) Biodiversity of fossils in amber from the major world deposits, 304 pp. Siri Scientific Press, Manchester.
     E1. Logunov, D.V. & Penney, D. (eds) (2004) European Arachnology 2003. Proceedings of the 21st European Colloquium of Arachnology (St. Petersburg, Russia, August 2003). KMK Scientific Press, Moscow, 374 pp.

 

3. Academic journal papers (reverse chronological order) pdfs available on request

   R88. Selden, P.A. and Penney, D. (2017). Imaging techniques in the study of fossil spiders. Earth-Science Reviews. Invited review, 166: 111–131.
    R87. Bertini, M., Ball, A.D., Mellish, C., Burgio, L., Shah, B., Pretzel, B., Blagoderov, V., Goral, T., Sykes, D. Summerfield, R., Steart, D., Garwood, R., Spencer, A., Ross, A. & Penney, D. (submitted) Is amber altered by micro-CT or confocal microscopy studies? A risk assessment using optical microscopy, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy. Studies in Conservation.
    R86. Penney, D. (2016) Sub/Fossil Resin Research in the 21st Century: Trends and Perspectives. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, DOI 10.1007/s12542-016-0294-8, 23 pp.
    R85. Mitov, P.G., Dunlop, J.A. & Penney, D. (2015) Lacinius in amber (Arachnida: Opiliones). Fossil Record, 18: 37–42.
    R84. Penney, D. (2014) A fossil ray spider (Araneae: Theridiosomatidae) in Cretaceous amber from Vendee, France. Paleontological Contributions, 10B, 4pp. OPEN ACCESS
    R83. Penney, D. & Preziosi, R.F. (2014) Estimating fossil ant species richness in Eocene Baltic amber. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 59: 927–929. OPEN ACCESS
    R82. Penney, D. (2014) Predatory behaviour of Cretaceous social orb-weaving spiders: comment. Historical Biology: An International Journal of Palaeobiology, 26: 132–134. [the reply to this comment by the original authors suffered from the same inappropriate peer review as their original paper; none of their claims can be upheld, but given the attitude of the Editor in Chief, who replied to my concerns stating that "as long as the paper is cited he has done his job", I refuse to waste any more time with this journal]
    R81. Penney, D., Evenhuis, N.L. & Green, D.I. (2013) A new species of Proceroplatus (Diptera: Keroplatidae) in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic. Zootaxa, 3686: 593–599.
    R80. Penney, D., Wadsworth, C., Fox, G., Kennedy, S.L., Preziosi, R.F. & Brown, T.A. (2013) Absence of ancient DNA in sub fossil insect inclusions preserved in 'Anthropocene' Colombian copal. PLoS ONE, 8(9): e73150. OPEN ACCESS
    R79. Penney, D. & Preziosi, R.F. (2013) Sub-fossils in Copal: An undervalued scientific resource. Proceedings of the International Amber Researcher Symposium (Deposits-Collections-The Market), Gdansk, Poland, 38–43.
    R78. Briscoe, A.G., Goodacre, S., Masta, S., Taylor, M.I., Hurst, G., Arnedo, M., Penney, D., Kenny, J. & Creer, S. (2013) Can long-range PCR be used to amplify genetically divergent mitochondrial genomes for comparative phylogenetics? A case study within spiders (Arthropoda: Araneae). PLoS ONE, 8(5): e62404. OPEN ACCESS
    R77. Penney, D., Wadsworth, C., Green, D.I., Kennedy, S.L., Preziosi, R.F. & Brown, T.A. (2013) Extraction of inclusions from (sub)fossil resins with description of a new species of stingless bee (Apidae: Meliponini) in Colombian copal. Paleontological Contributions, 7: 1–6. OPEN ACCESS
    R76. Penney, D., Rowntree, J.K. & Notcutt, B. (2013) Phytomyza varipes Macquart, 1835 (Diptera: Agromyzidae: Phytomyzinae) seed predation on Rhinanthus minor, with new British records. British Journal of Entomology and Natural History, 26: 1–7.
    R75. Heads, S.W., Penney, D. & Green, D.I. (2012) A new fossil cricket of the genus Proanaxipha in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic (Orthoptera, Gryllidae, Pentacentrinae). ZooKeys, 229: 111–118. OPEN ACCESS
    R74. Penney, D., McNeil, A., Green, D.I., Bradley, R., Jepson, J.E., Whithers, P.J. & Preziosi, R.F. (2012) Ancient Ephemeroptera-Collembola symbiosis predicts contemporary phoretic associations. PLoS ONE 7(10): e47651. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047651 OPEN ACCESS
    R73. Penney, D., McNeil, A., Green, D.I., Bradley, R., Whithers, P.J. & Preziosi, R.F. (2012) The oldest fossil pirate spider (Araneae: Mimetidae), in Uppermost Eocene Indian amber, imaged using X-ray computed tomography. Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society, 15: 299–302.
    R72. Penney, D., Green, D.I., McNeil, A., Bradley, R., Marusik, Y., Whithers, P.J. & Preziosi, R.F. (2012) A new species of Craspedisia (Araneae: Theridiidae) in Miocene Dominican amber, imaged using X-ray computed tomography. Paleontological Journal, 46: 583–588.
    R71. Penney, D., Dunlop, J.A. & Marusik, Y.M. (2012) Summary statistics for fossil spider species taxonomy. ZooKeys, 192: 1–13. OPEN ACCESS
    R70. Penney, D. (2012) Biodiversity of fossils in amber from the major world deposits. Mitt. Dtsch. Ges. Allg. Angew. Ent., 18: 615–622.
    R69. Penney, D., Green, D.I., Titchener, S.B, Titchener, B.G., Brown, T.A. & Preziosi, R.F. (2012) An unusual palaeobiocoenosis of (sub)fossil spiders in Colombian copal. Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society, 15: 241–244.
    R68. Dunlop, J.A., Wirth, S., Penney, D., McNeil, A., Bradley, R.S.,Withers, P.J. & Preziosi, R.F. (2012) A minute fossil phoretic mite recovered by X-ray computed tomography. Biology Letters, 8: 457–460 (first published online November 2011).
    R67. Dunlop, J.A. & Penney, D. (2011) Order Araneae Clerck, 1757. In: Zhang, Z.-Q. (ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness. Zootaxa, 3148, 149–153.
    R66. Jepson, J., Penney, D. & Green, D.I. (2011) First fossil Phatnoma (Heteroptera: Tingidae: Cantacaderinae), in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic. Zootaxa, 2975, 59–63.
    R65. Dunlop, J.A., Penney, D., Daluge, N., Jager, P., McNeil, A., Bradley, R., Whithers, P.J. & Preziosi, R.F. (2011) Computed tomography recovers data from historical amber: an example from huntsman spiders. Naturwissenschaften, DOI 10.1007/s00114-011-0796-x. Selected as cover article.
    R64. Penney, D. (2011) Grandoculidae: a new fossil spider family from the Upper Cretaceous of Canada. Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society,15, 179–180.
    R63. Penney, D., Green, D.I., McNeil, A., Bradley, R., Marusik, Y.M., Withers, P.J. & Preziosi, R.F. (2011) A new species of anapid spider (Arthropoda: Araneae, Anapidae) in Eocene Baltic amber, imaged using X-ray computed tomography. Zootaxa, 2742, 61–68.
    R62. Zytynska, S.E., Fay, M.F., Penney, D. & Preziosi, R.F. (2011) Genetic variation in a tropical tree species influences the structure of associated epiphytic plant and invertebrate communities in a complex forest ecosystem. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B., 366, 1329–1336.
    R61. McNeil, A., Bradley, R.S., Withers, P.J. & Penney, D. (2010) Imaging Fossilised Spiders in Amber Using Lab-Based Phase Contrast X-ray Tomography.In:Stock, S.R (ed.) Developments in X-Ray Tomography VII. Proc. SPIE, San Diego, 7804, 78041Q1–7.
    R60. Penney, D. (2010) The evolution of jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae): the palaeontological evidence. Peckhamia, 81.8, 1–3. OPEN ACCESS
    R59. Penney, D. & Langan, A.M. (2010) Morphometric identification of fossils spiders: comment. Paleontological Journal, 44, 644–648. Original Russian text published in Paleontologicheskii Zhurnal, 44, 44–48.
    R58. Jepson, J., Penney, D. & Green, D.I. (2010) A new species of brown lacewing from Eocene Baltic amber (Insecta: Neuroptera). Zootaxa, 2692, 61–68.
    R57. Saupe, E.E., Selden, P.A. & Penney, D. (2010) First fossil Molinaranea (Araneae: Araneidae), from Middle Miocene Dominican amber, with a phylogenic and paleobiogeographic analysis of the genus. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 158, 711–725.
    R56. Selden, P.A. & Penney, D. (2010) Fossil spiders. Biological Reviews, 85, 171–206. Invited paper. Selected as cover article.
    R55. Penney, D. (2009) A new spider family record for Hispaniola—a new species of Plectreurys (Araneae: Plectreuridae) in Miocene Dominican amber. Zootaxa, 2144, 65–68.
    R54. Penney, D. & Gabriel, R.A. (2009) Feeding behavior of trunk-living jumping spiders (Salticidae) in a coastal primary forest in The Gambia. Journal of Arachnology, 37, 113–115. OPEN ACCESS
    R53. Penney, D., Marusik, Y., Wheater, C.P. & Langan, A.M. (2009) First Gambian Ricinulei and the northernmost African record for the order (Arachnida: Ricinulei: Ricinioididae). Zootaxa, 2021, 66–68.
    R52. Dunlop, J.A. & Penney, D. (2009) Case 3475 Myrmarachne MacLeay, 1839 (Araneae, Salticidae): proposed conservation of the generic name. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 66, 20–23.
    R51. Selden, P.A. & Penney, D. (2009) A fossil spider (Araneae: Pisauridae) of Eocene age from Horsefly, British Columbia, Canada. Contributions to Natural History, 12, 1269–1282.
    R50. Penney, D. (2008) Possible anti-predator function for the stabilimentum in a West African (Bijilo Forest, The Gambia) Cyclosa (Araneae, Araneidae). Journal of Afrotropical Zoology, 4, 143–146.
    R49. Dunlop, J.A.,Penney, D., Tetlie, O.E. & Anderson, L.I. (2008) How many species of fossil arachnid are there? Journal of Arachnology, 36, 267–272. Invited paper for 17th International Congress of Arachnology, Brazil (2007) OPEN ACCESS
    R48. Dunlop, J.A., Harms, D. & Penney, D. (2008) A fossil tarantula (Araneae: Theraphosidae) from Miocene Chiapas amber, Mexico. Revista Iberica de Aracnologia,15, 9–17. OPEN ACCESS
    R47. Langan, A.M., Shuker, D.M., Cullen, W.R.,Penney, D., Preziosi, R.F. & Wheater, C.P. 2008. Relationships between student characteristics and self-, peer and tutor evaluations of oral presentations. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 33, 179–193.
    R46. Penney, D. (2007) A new fossil oonopid spider, in lowermost Eocene amber from the Paris Basin, with comments on the fossil spider assemblage. African Invertebrates, 48, 71–75.
    R45. Penney, D. (2007 for 2006) The oldest fossil pholcid and selenopid spiders, in lowermost Eocene amber from the Paris Basin, France. Journal of Arachnology, 34, 592–598. OPEN ACCESS

    R44. Penney, D. & Selden, P.A. (2007) Fossils explained: Spinning with the dinosaurs: the fossil record of spiders. Geology Today 23, 231–237. Invited paper
    R43. Penney, D., Dierick, M., Cnudde, V., Masschaele, B., Vlasssenbroeck, J., Van Hoorebeke, L. & Jacobs, P. (2007) First fossil Micropholcommatidae (Araneae), imaged in Eocene Paris amber using X-Ray Computed Tomography. Zootaxa, 1623, 47–53.
    R42. Jepson, J.E. & Penney, D. (2007) Neuropteran (Insecta) palaeodiversity with predictions for the Cretaceous fauna of the Wealden. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 248, 109–118.
    R41. Bennett, S.P. & Penney, D. (2006) New spider (Araneae) species records for the Isle of Mull, UK. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica, supplement 1, 3pp.
    R40. Penney, D. (2006a for 2005) An annotated systematic catalogue, including synonymies and transfers, of Miocene Dominican Republic amber spiders described up until 2005.Revista Iberica de Aracnologia 12, 25–52. OPEN ACCESS
    R39. Penney, D. (2006b) Fossil oonopid spiders in Cretaceous ambers from Canada and Myanmar. Palaeontology, 49, 229–235.
    R38. Penney, D. (2006c) Tertiary Neotropical Hersiliidae (Arthropoda, Araneae) with new combinations for the extant fauna and comments on historical biogeography of the family. Palaeontology, 49, 899–906.
    R37. Penney, D. (2006d) The oldest lagonomegopid spider, a new species in Lower Cretaceous amber from Álava, Spain. Geologica Acta, 4, 377–382. OPEN ACCESS

    R36. Penney, D. (2006e) Fossils in amber: unlocking the secrets of the past. Biologist, 53, 247–251. Invited paper
    R35. Penney, D. & Bennet, S.P. (2006) First unequivocal mermithid–linyphiid parasite–host association. Journal of Arachnology, 34, 273–278. OPEN ACCESS
    R34. Penney, D. & Langan, A.M. (2006) Comparing amber fossils across the Cenozoic. Biology Letters, 2, 266–270.doi:10.1098/rsbl.2006.0442
    R33. Penney, D. & Ortuño, V.M. (2006) Oldest true orb-weaving spider (Araneae: Araneidae). Biology Letters, 2, 447–450.
    R32. Penney, D. & Selden, P.A. (2006) First fossil Huttoniidae (Araneae), in Late Cretaceous Canadian Cedar and Grassy Lake ambers. Cretaceous Research, 27, 442–446.
    R31. Penney, D. & Selden, P.A. (2006) Assembling the Tree of Life—Phylogeny of Spiders: a review of the strictly fossil spider families. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica, supplement 1, 25–39.
    R30. Penney, D. (2005a) First fossil Filistatidae: A new species of Misionella in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic. Journal of Arachnology, 33, 93–100. OPEN ACCESS
    R29. Penney, D. (2005b) First Caribbean Floricomus(Araneae: Linyphiidae), a new species in Miocene Dominican Republic amber. A new synonymy for the extant American fauna. Geologica Acta, 3, 59–64. OPEN ACCESS
    R28. Penney, D.(2005c) Fossil blood droplets in Miocene Dominican amber yield clues to speed and direction of resin secretion. Palaeontology, 48, 925–927.
    R27. Penney, D. (2005d) Importance of Dominican Republic Amber for determining taxonomic bias of fossil resin preservation—A case study of spiders. Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, 223, 1–8.
    R26. Penney, D. (2005e) The fossil spider family Lagonomegopidae in Cretaceous ambers with description of a new genus and species from Myanmar. Journal of Arachnology, 33, 439–444. OPEN ACCESS
    R25. Langan, A.M., Wheater, C.P., Preziosi, R.F., Boyle, J., Haines, B.J., Shaw, E.M., Penney, D., Cullen, W.R., Oldekopf, J., Aschcroft, C. & Lockey, L. (2005) Peer assessment of student presentations: effects of gender, cross-University affiliation and participation in the development of assessment criteria. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30, 19–32.
    R24. Penney, D., Ono, H. & Selden, P.A. (2005) A new synonymy for the Madagascan copal spider fauna (Araneae, Selenopidae). Journal of Afrotropical Zoology, 2, 43–46.
    R23. Penney, D. (2004a) A new genus and species of Pisauridae (Araneae) in Cretaceous Burmese amber. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 2, 141–145, pl. 4. Invited paper. New journal for 2003, formerly Bull. Nat. Hist. Mus. London, Geol. Ser.
    R22. Penney, D. (2004b) New extant and fossil Dominican Republic spider records, with two new synonymies and comments on taphonomic bias of amber preservation. Revista Iberica de Aracnologia, 9, 183–190. OPEN ACCESS
    R21. Penney, D. (2004c) New spiders in Upper Cretaceous amber from New Jersey in the American Museum of Natural History (Arthropoda, Araneae). Palaeontology, 47, 367–375.
    R20. Penney, D. (2004d) Does the fossil record of spiders track that of their principal prey, the insects? Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Earth Sciences, 94, 275–281. Invited paper
    R19. Penney, D. (2004e) Cretaceous Canadian amber spider and the palpimanoidean nature of lagonomegopids. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 49, 579–584. OPEN ACCESS
    R18. Penney, D. (2004f) New species records of Peucetia (Oxyopidae) from Uganda, with comments on the taxonomy of some African species. Bulletin of the British Arachnological Society, 13, 93–94.
    R17. Penney, D. (2004g) Estimations of global extant spider family richness using neontological and palaeontological data. In Logunov, D.V. & Penney, D. (eds). European Arachnology 2003. Proceedings of the 21st European Colloquium of Arachnology (St. Petersburg, Russia, August 2003). KMK Scientific Press, Moscow, 225–234.
    R16. Marusik, Y.M. & Penney, D. (2004) A survey of Baltic amber Theridiidae (Araneae) inclusions with descriptions of six new species. In Logunov, D.V. & Penney, D. (eds). European Arachnology 2003. Proceedings of the 21st European Colloquium of Arachnology (St. Petersburg, Russia, August 2003). KMK Scientific Press, Moscow, 201–218. Invited paper
    R15. Platnick, N.I. & Penney, D. (2004) A revision of the widespread spider genus Zimiris (Araneae, Prodidomidae). American Museum Novitates, 3450, 1–12. OPEN ACCESS
    R14. Penney, D. (2003a) A new deinopoid spider from Cretaceous Lebanese amber. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 48, 569–574. OPEN ACCESS
    R13. Penney, D.(2003b) Afrarchaea grimaldii, a new species of Archaeidae (Araneae) in Cretaceous Burmese amber. Journal of Arachnology, 31, 122–130. OPEN ACCESS
    R12. Penney, D., Wheater, C.P. & Selden, P.A. (2003) Resistance of spiders to Cretaceous–Tertiary extinction events. Evolution, 57, 2599–2607.
    R11. García-Villafuerte, M.A. & Penney, D. (2003) Lyssomanes Hentz (Araneae, Salticidae) in Oligocene–Miocene Chiapas amber. Journal of Arachnology, 31, 400–404. OPEN ACCESS
    R10. Menon, F., Penney, D., Selden, P.A. & Martill, D.M. (2003) A new fossil scolopendromorph centipede from the Crato Formation of Brazil. Bulletin of the British Myriapod and Isopod Group, 9, 62–66.
    R9. Selden, P.A. & Penney, D. (2003) Lower Cretaceous spiders (Arthropoda, Arachnida, Araneae) from Spain. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Montashefte Stuttgart, 2003,175–192.
    R8. Penney, D. (2002a) Spiders in Upper Cretaceous amber from New Jersey (Arthropoda, Araneae). Palaeontology, 45, 709–724.
    R7. Penney, D. (2002b) Paleoecology of Dominican amber preservation—spider (Araneae) inclusions demonstrate a bias for active, trunk-dwelling faunas. Paleobiology, 28, 389–398.
    R6. Penney, D. & Perez-Gelabert, D.E. (2002) Comparison of the Recent and Miocene Hispaniolan spider faunas. Revista Iberica de Aracnologia, 6, 203–223. OPEN ACCESS
    R5. Penney, D. & Selden, P.A. (2002) The oldest linyphiid spider, in Lower Cretaceous Lebanese amber (Araneae, Linyphiidae, Linyphiinae). Journal of Arachnology, 30, 487–493. OPEN ACCESS
    R4. Penney, D. (2001) Advances in the taxonomy of spiders in Miocene amber from the Dominican Republic (Arthropoda, Araneae). Palaeontology, 44, 987–1009.
    R3. Penney, D. (2000a) Miocene spiders in Dominican amber (Oonopidae, Mysmenidae). Palaeontology, 43, 343–357.
    R2. Penney, D. (2000b) Anyphaenidae in Miocene Dominican Republic amber (Arthropoda: Araneae). Journal of Arachnology, 28, 223–226. OPEN ACCESS
    R1. Penney, D. (1999) Hypotheses for the Recent Hispaniolan spider fauna based on the Dominican Republic amber spider fauna. Journal of Arachnology, 27, 64–70. OPEN ACCESS

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