Articles

Articles

Large-sized species of Ctenodactylidae from the Valley of Lakes (Mongolia): An update on dental morphology, biostratigraphy and paleobiogeography
PE 20.1.1

Adriana Oliver and Gudrun Daxner-Höck

Rereading a tree-ring database to illustrate depositional histories of subfossil trees
PE 20.1.2

Samuli Helama, Tomi P. Luoto, Liisa Nevalainen, and Johannes Edvardsson

Large mammals (carnivores, artiodactyls) from Solna Jama Cave (Bystrzyckie Mts, Southwestern Poland) in the context of faunal changes in the postglacial period of Central Europe
PE 20.1.3

Adrian Marciszak, Wiktoria Gornig, and Krzysztof Stefaniak

Eocene/Oligocene deep-water agglutinated foraminifers (DWAF) assemblages from the Madonie Mountains (Sicily, Southern Italy)
PE 20.1.4

Andrea Benedetti

A remarkably well-preserved terrestrial isopod (Peracarida: Isopoda: Armadillidiidae) from the upper Oligocene of Hungary, with remarks on the oniscidean taphonomy
PE 20.1.5

Matúš Hyžný and Arpád Dávid

Draconisella mortoni sp. nov., a Mizzia-like Dasycladalean alga from the Lower Cretaceous of Oman
PE 20.1.6

Bruno R.C. Granier and Alexandre Lethiers

Patterns of craniofacial variation and taxonomic diversity in the South African Cercopithecidae fossil record
PE 20.1.7

Tesla A. Monson, Marianne F. Brasil, Dominic J. Stratford, and Leslea J. Hlusko

The oldest record of gnathostome fossils from Greece: Chondrichthyes from the Lopingian of Hydra Island
PE 20.1.8

Thodoris Argyriou, Carlo Romano, Jorge D. Carrillo-Briceño, Morgane Brosse, and Richard Hofmann

Apatemyids (Mammalia, Apatotheria) from the middle Chadronian (late Eocene) of Sioux County, Nebraska, USA
PE 20.1.9

Matthew A. Tornow and Tafline C. Arbor

Late Messinian mollusks and vertebrates from Moncucco Torinese, north-western Italy. Paleoecological and paleoclimatological implications
PE 20.1.10

Simone Colombero, David M. Alba, Carmine D'Amico, Massimo Delfino, Daniela Esu, Piero Giuntelli, Mathias Harzhauser, Paul P.A. Mazza, Michele Mosca, Thomas A. Neubauer, Giulio Pavia, Marco Pavia, Andrea Villa, and Giorgio Carnevale

Pleistocene cave hyenas in the Iberian Peninsula: New insights from Los Aprendices cave (Moncayo, Zaragoza)
PE 20.1.11

Víctor Sauqué, Raquel Rabal-Garcés, Joan Madurell-Malaperia, Mario Gisbert, Samuel Zamora, Trinidad de Torres, José Eugenio Ortiz, and Gloria Cuenca-Bescós