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First early Eocene lizards from Spain and a study of the compositional changes between late Mesozoic and early Cenozoic Iberian lizard assemblages
PE 20.2.20A

Arnau Bolet

Five new species from the subfamily Entiminae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Dominican amber
PE 20.2.21A

George Poinar, Jr. and Andrei A. Legalov

Morphology and sediment deformation of downslope Brasilichnium trackways on a dune slipface in the Nugget Sandstone of northeastern Utah
PE 20.2.22A

George F. Engelmann and Daniel J. Chure

Reconstruction of the musculoskeletal system in an extinct lion
PE 20.2.23A

Andrew R. Cuff, Anjali Goswami, and John R. Hutchinson

The first Eocene rodents from the Pacific Northwest, USA
PE 20.2.24A

Joshua X. Samuels and William W. Korth

A new species of jerboa (Mammalia, Rodentia, Allactaga) from the late Miocene of Ukraine
PE 20.2.25A

Valentin Nesin and Oleksandr Kovalchuk

New material of Alierasaurus ronchii (Synapsida, Caseidae) from the Permian of Sardinia (Italy), and its phylogenetic affinities
PE 20.2.26A

Marco Romano, Ausonio Ronchi, Simone Maganuco, and Umberto Nicosia

Upper Jurassic sauropod record in the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal): Geographical and lithostratigraphical distribution
PE 20.2.27A

Pedro Mocho, Rafael Royo-Torres, Fernando Escaso, Elisabete Malafaia, Carlos de Miguel Chaves, Iván Narváez, Adán Pérez-García, Nuno Pimentel, Bruno C. Silva, and Francisco Ortega

New insights on Tournaisian–Visean (Carboniferous, Mississippian) athyridide, orthotetide, rhynchonellide, and strophomenide brachiopods from southern Belgium
PE 20.2.28A

Bernard Mottequin and Eric Simon

Mammals from the earliest Uintan (middle Eocene) Turtle Bluff Member, Bridger Formation, southwestern Wyoming, USA, Part 2: Apatotheria, Lipotyphla, Carnivoramorpha, Condylartha, Dinocerata, Perissodactyla and Artiodactyla
PE 20.2.29A

Paul C. Murphey and Thomas S. Kelly

The dentition of Carodnia Vieirae (Mammalia: Xenungulata): enamel microstructure and mastication pattern
PE 20.2.30A

Lílian Paglarelli Bergqvist and Wighart von Koenigswald

Ademosynidae (Insecta: Coleoptera): A new concept for a coleopteran key taxon and its phylogenetic affinities to the extant suborders
PE 20.2.31A

Evgeny V. Yan, Rolf G. Beutel, and Alexander G. Ponomarenko

New records of the Bryozoan Metrarabdotos from the Pirabas Formation (Lower Miocene), Pará State, Brazil
PE 20.2.32A

Laís V. Ramalho, Vladimir A. Távora, and Kamil Zagorsek

Revision of so-called Pomatoschistus (Gobiiformes, Teleostei) from the late Eocene and early Oligocene
PE 20.2.33A

Christoph Gierl and Bettina Reichenbacher

An exceptionally well-preserved skeleton of Thomashuxleya externa (Mammalia, Notoungulata), from the Eocene of Patagonia, Argentina
PE 20.2.34A

Juan D. Carrillo and Robert J. Asher

Pleistocene to Holocene benthic foraminiferal assemblages from the Peruvian continental margin
PE 20.2.35A

Zeynep Erdem and Joachim Schönfeld

 

 

Technical Articles

Virtual palaeontology: the effects of mineral composition and texture of fossil shell and hosting rock on the quality of X-ray microtomography (XMT) outcomes using Palaeozoic brachiopods
20.2.3T

Sangmin Lee, G.R. Shi, Tae-Yoon S. Park, Jae-Ryong Oh, Horng-Sheng Mii, and Mirinae Lee 

 

Commentaries and Reviews

Palaeontologia Electronica needs your help!
PE 20.2.2E

Julien Louys, Andy Bush, and Jennifer Pattison Rumford

Should the terms 'basal taxon' and 'transitional taxon' be extinguished from cladistic studies with extinct organisms?
PE 20.2.3E

Mario Bronzati

 

PE Note

PE Note: New name for the foraminiferal genus Olgia
PE 20.2.1N

Valeria I. Mikhalevich