697 tocNon-destructive analysis of in situ ammonoid jaws by synchrotron radiation X-ray micro-computed tomography

Yusuke Takeda, Kazushige Tanabe, Takenori Sasaki, Kentaro Uesugi, and Masato Hoshino

Article number: 19.3.46A
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539 tocFirst report of Quaternary mammals from the Qalehjough area, Lut Desert, Eastern Iran

Narges Hashemi, Alireza Ashouri, Mansour Aliabadian, Mohammad Hossien M. Gharaie, Antonio Sánchez Marco, and Julien Louys

Article number: 19.3.44A
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639 tocNew palynological evidence for the age of the Beda Formation, Sirte Basin, Libya

Arun Kumar

Article number: 19.3.43A
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609 tocAccounting for differences in element size and homogeneity when comparing Finite Element models: Armadillos as a case study

Jordi Marcé-Nogué, Soledad de Esteban-Trivigno, Christian Escrig, and Lluís Gil

Article number: 19.2.2T
Copyright Palaeontological Association, August 2016

 

640 tocMultispectral and colour imaging systems for the detection of small vertebrate fossils: A preliminary study

Xana Delpueyo, Meritxell Vilaseca, Marc Furió, Francisco J. Burgos-Fernández, and Jaume Pujol

Article number: 19.3.5T
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665 tocNon-linear ontogenetic shape change in Cryptolithus tesselatus (Trilobita) using three-dimensional geometric morphometrics

Melanie J. Hopkins and J. Kirk Pearson

Article number: 19.3.42A
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598 tocNew fossils of Hyaenodonta (Mammalia) from the Eocene localities of Chambi (Tunisia) and Bir el Ater (Algeria), and the evolution of the earliest African hyaenodonts

Floréal Solé, El Mabrouk Essid, Wissem Marzougui, Rim Temani, Hayet Khayati Ammar, Mhammed Mahboubi, Laurent Marivaux, Monique Vianey-Liaud, and Rodolphe Tabuce

Article number: 19.3.41A
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667 tocEphippia belonging to Ceriodaphnia Dana, 1853 (Cladocera: Anomopoda: Daphniidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Australia

Thomas A. Hegna and Alexey A. Kotov

Article number: 19.3.40A
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