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

Peter L. Larson and Donna Russell

Article number: 17.1.2E
Published April 2014


384 tocVirtual whitening of fossils using polynomial texture mapping

Øyvind Hammer and Jelena Spocova

Article number: 16.2.4T
Copyright Palaeontological Association, August 2013


threat tocThe 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


404 tocThe oldest Asian Sivaonyx (Lutrinae, Mustelidae): a contribution to the evolutionary history of bunodont otters

Camille Grohé, Louis de Bonis, Yaowalak Chaimanee, Cécile Blondel, and Jean-Jacques Jaeger

Article number: 16.3.30A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, December 2013


342 tocA morphotype catalog and paleoenvironmental interpretations of early Miocene fossil leaves from the Hiwegi Formation, Rusinga Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya

Daniel P. Maxbauer, Daniel J. Peppe, Marion Bamford, Kieran P. McNulty, William E.H. Harcourt-Smith, and Larry E. Davis

Article number: 16.3.28A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, November 2013


382 tocAn acid-free method of microfossil extraction from clay-rich lithologies using the surfactant Rewoquat

Emilia Jarochowska, Petra Tonarová, Axel Munnecke, Lenka Ferrová, Jan Sklenář, and Stanislava Vodrážková

Article number: 16.3.7T
Copyright Paleontological Society, November 2013


365 tocQuasi-homothetic transformation for comparing the mechanical performance of planar models in biological research

Jordi Marcé-Nogué, Daniel DeMiguel, Josep Fortuny, Soledad de Esteban-Trivigno, and Lluís Gil

Article number: 16.3.6T
Copyright Palaeontological Association, November 2013


392 tocBrachycamacina, a new subtribe of the tribe Naupactini (Coleoptera: Curculionidae Entiminae) in Dominican amber

George Poinar, Jr., Andrei A. Legalov, and A.E. Brown

Article number: 16.3.24A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, November 2013


380 tocBat remains (Mammalia, Chiroptera) from the Middle Pleistocene site of Qesem Cave, Israel, with the first Pleistocene record of fruit bats in the Mediterranean region

Ivan Horáček, Lutz Christian Maul, K.T. Smith, Ran Barkai, and Avi Gopher

Article number: 16.3.23A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, October 2013


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