611 tocUnveiling trampling history through trackway interferences and track preservational features: a case study from the Bletterbach gorge (Redagno, Western Dolomites, Italy)

Paolo Citton, Iacopo Nicolosi, Roberto Carluccio, and Umberto Nicosia

Article number: 19.2.20A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, July 2016

 

592 tocAtaxioceras (Ataxioceras) lopeztichae Cantú-Chapa, 1991: Updating the systematic and palaeobiogeographic interpretation

Luis Moliner, Federico Olóriz, and Ana Bertha Villaseñor

Article number: 19.2.19A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, July 2016

 

621 tocTowards the diversity of non-biting midges of the tribe Tanytarsini from Eocene Baltic amber (Diptera: Chironomidae)

Marta Zakrzewska, Wiesław Krzemiński, and Wojciech Giłka

Article number: 19.2.18A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, June 2016

 

614 tocNew dental material and redescription of Agerinia roselli (Primates, Adapiformes) from Les Saleres (early Eocene, NE Iberian Peninsula)

Joan Femenias-Gual, Raef Minwer-Barakat, Judit Marigó, and Salvador Moyà-Solà

Article number: 19.2.17A
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618 tocPleistocene Bovidae (Mammalia) from Malapa, Gauteng Province, South Africa

Juliet K. Brophy, Darryl J. de Ruiter, Mikael Fortelius, Marion Bamford, and Lee R. Berger

Article number: 19.2.16A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, June 2016

 

585 tocBryozoan fauna from the Permian (Artinskian-Kungurian) Zhongba Formation of southwestern Tibet

Andrej Ernst

Article number: 19.2.15A
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417 tocThe Devonian placoderm fish Bothriolepis canadensis revisited with three-dimensional digital imagery

Isabelle Béchard, Félix Arsenault, Richard Cloutier, and Johanne Kerr

Article number: 17.1.2A
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628 tocIntraspecific variation in fossil vertebrate populations: Fossil killifishes (Actinopterygii: Cyprinodontiformes) from the Oligocene of Central Europe

Linda Frey, Erin E. Maxwell, and Marcelo R. Sánchez-Villagra

Article number: 19.2.14A
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, May 2016

 

612 tocaUpper Pleistocene blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) trapped in fossilized crania of large mammals discovered from gravel pits in the Rhine rift valley from Hesse (Germany)

Bastian Mähler, Torsten Wappler, Mayuran Sanmugaraja, Frank Menger, and Wighart von Koenigswald

Article number: 19.2.13A
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