Volume 17, Issue 1
January–April 2014

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

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Neoichnology of two spirobolid millipedes: improving the understanding of the burrows of soil detritivores

Jared J. Bowen and Daniel I. Hembree

Article number: 17.1.18A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, April 2014

Cranial morphometrics of the dire wolf, Canis dirus, at Rancho La Brea: temporal variability and its links to nutrient stress and climate

F. Robin O'Keefe, Wendy J. Binder, Stephen R. Frost, Rudyard W. Sadlier, and Blaire Van Valkenburgh

Article number: 17.1.17A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, April 2014

Additions to the latest Paleocene Buckman Hollow local fauna, Chappo Member of the Wasatch Formation, Lincoln County, southwestern Wyoming

Patricia A. Holroyd and Brian D. Rankin

Article number: 17.1.16A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, April 2014

Paleoneurology of Teyumbaita sulcognathus (Diapsida: Archosauromorpha) and the sense of smell in rhynchosaurs

Marcos A.F. Sales and Cesar L. Schultz

Article number: 17.1.15A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, April 2014

The earliest occurrence and remarkable stasis of the family Bostrichidae (Coleoptera: Polyphaga) in Cretaceous Charentes amber

David Peris, Xavier Delclòs, Carmen Soriano, and Vincent Perrichot

Article number: 17.1.14A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, March 2014

The gastralial apparatus of Plateosaurus engelhardti: morphological description and soft-tissue reconstruction

Regina Fechner and Rainer Gößling

Article number: 17.1.13A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, March 2014

Motion range of the manus of Plateosaurus engelhardti von Meyer, 1837

Stefan Reiss and Heinrich Mallison

Article number: 17.1.12A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, March 2014

A revision of Heritschioides Yabe, 1950 (Anthozoa, Rugosa), latest Mississippian and earliest Pennsylvanian of western North America

Jerzy Fedorowski, E. Wayne Bamber, and Calvin H. Stevens

Article number: 17.1.11A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, February 2014

Conodont biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and taphonomy of the Second Creek Bed and Wolcott Furnace Hematite (Clinton Group) in West Central New York State

Nicholas B. Sullivan, Mark A. Kleffner, and Carlton E. Brett

Article number: 17.1.10A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, February 2014

The benefits of commercial fossil sales to 21st-century paleontology

Peter L. Larson and Donna Russell

Article number: 17.1.2E
April 2014

Saved in Time: The Fight to Establish Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Colorado

Book reviewed by Ted Fremd

Article number: 17.1.1R
Published March 2014

The greatest challenge to 21st century paleontology: When commercialization of fossils threatens the science

Kenshu Shimada, Philip J. Currie, Eric Scott, and Stuart S. Sumida

Article number: 17.1.1E
Published March 2014

In Press Articles
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Revision of basal macropodids from the Riversleigh World Heritage Area with descriptions of new material of Ganguroo bilamina Cooke, 1997 and a new species

K.J. Travouillon, B.N. Cooke, M. Archer, and S.J. Hand

Article number: 17.1.19A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, April 2014

Geographic Information Systems technology as a morphometric tool for quantifying morphological variation in an ammonoid clade

Mathew J. Knauss and Margaret M. Yacobucci

Article number: 17.1.20A
Copyright Paleontological Society, April 2014

Cranial morphology of the Oligocene beaver Capacikala gradatus from the John Day Basin and comments on the genus

Clara Stefen

Article number: 17.2.21A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2014

The first fossil Aristolochia (Aristolochiaceae, Piperales) leaves from Austria

Barbara Meller

Article number: 17.2.22A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2014

Healed antler fracture from a giant deer (Megaloceros giganteus) from the Pleistocene in Poland

Pawłowska Kamilla, Stefaniak Krzysztof, and Nowakowski Dariusz

Article number: 17.2.23A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2014