Volume 19, Issue 2
May–August 2016

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ISSN: 1094-8074, web version; 1935-3952, print version

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Upper Pleistocene blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) trapped in fossilized crania of large mammals discovered from gravel pits in the Rhine rift valley from Hesse (Germany)

Bastian Mähler, Torsten Wappler, Mayuran Sanmugaraja, Frank Menger, and Wighart von Koenigswald

Article number: 19.2.13A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2016

The oldest species of the relic extant genus Mesochria from Eocene Fushun amber of China (Diptera: Anisopodidae: Mycetobiinae

Ryszard Szadziewski, Jacek Szwedo, Elżbieta Sontag, and Bo Wang

Article number: 19.1.12A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, April 2016

Fossil clitellate annelid cocoons and their microbiological inclusions from the Eocene of Seymour Island, Antarctica

Stephen McLoughlin, Benjamin Bomfleur, Thomas Mörs, and Marcelo Reguero

Article number: 19.1.11A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, April 2016

The diplacanthid fishes (Acanthodii, Diplacanthiformes, Diplacanthidae) from the Middle Devonian of Scotland

Carole Burrow, Jan den Blaauwen, Michael Newman, and Robert Davidson

Article number: 19.1.10A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, March 2016

New data on Eulipotyphla (Insectivora, Mammalia) from the Late Miocene to the Middle Pleistocene of Ukraine

Barbara Rzebik-Kowalska and Leonid I. Rekovets

Article number: 19.1.9A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, February 2016

A new species of Echinolittorina Habe, 1956 (Gastropoda: Littorinidae) from the Quaternary of Chile

Juan Francisco Araya and David G. Reid

Article number: 19.1.8A
Copyright Paleontological Society, February 2016

First bird footprints from the lower Miocene Lerín Formation, Ebro Basin, Spain

Ignacio Díaz-Martínez, Oier Suarez-Hernando, Blanca María Martínez-García, Juan Cruz Larrasoaña, and Xabier Murelaga

Article number: 19.1.7A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, February 2016

Using X-ray computed tomography analysis tools to compare the skeletal element morphology of fossil and modern frog (Anura) species

Thalassa Matthews and Anton du Plessis

Article number: 19.1.1T
Copyright Palaeontological Association, February 2016

What nymphal morphology can tell us about parental investment – a group of cockroach hatchlings in Baltic amber documented by a multi-method approach

Marie K. Hörnig, Andy Sombke, Carolin Haug, Steffen Harzsch, and Joachim T. Haug

Article number: 19.1.6A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, February 2016

Fossil Calibration Series

See all FC articles from 2015 and 2016

How to date a dragonfly: Fossil calibrations for odonates

Manpreet Kaur Kohli, Jessica L. Ware, and Günter Bechly

Article number: 19.1.1FC
Copyright Palaeontological Association, March 2016

Five well-supported fossil calibrations within the "Waterbird" assemblage (Tetrapoda, Aves)

Nathan D. Smith and Daniel T. Ksepka

Article number: 18.1.7FC
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, April 2015

Fossil calibration dates for molecular phylogenetic analysis of snakes 1: Serpentes, Alethinophidia, Boidae, Pythonidae

Jason J. Head

Article number: 18.1.6FC
Copyright Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, April 2015

The Bare Bones

Book reviewed by Shaena Montanari

Article number: 19.1.1A
April 2015

Amphibian Evolution: The Life of Early Land Vertebrates

Book reviewed by Neil Brocklehurst

Article number: 18.3.2R
December 2015


Book reviewed by Victoria M. Arbour

Article number: 18.3.1R
December 2015

In Press Articles
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Intraspecific variation in fossil vertebrate populations: Fossil killifishes (Actinopterygii: Cyprinodontiformes) from the Oligocene of Central Europe

Linda Frey, Erin E. Maxwell, and Marcelo R. Sánchez-Villagra

Article number: 19.2.14A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, May 2016

Pleistocene Bovidae (Mammalia) from Malapa, Gauteng Province, South Africa

Juliet K. Brophy, Darryl J. de Ruiter, Mikael Fortelius, Marion Bamford, and Lee R. Berger

Article number: 19.2.15A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2016

Bryozoan fauna from the Permian (Artinskian-Kungurian) Zhongba Formation of southwestern Tibet

Andrej Ernst

Article number: 19.2.16A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2016

New dental material and redescription of Agerinia roselli (Primates, Adapiformes) from Les Saleres (early Eocene, NE Iberian Peninsula)

Joan Femenias-Gual, Raef Minwer-Barakat, Judit Marigó, and Salvador Moyà-Solà

Article number: 19.2.17A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2016

Amateur paleontological societies and fossil clubs, interactions with professional paleontologists, and the rise of twenty-first century social paleontology in the United States

Bruce J. MacFadden, Lisa Lundgren, Kent Crippen, Betty A. Dunckel, and Shari Ellis

Article number: 19.2.1E
May 2016