Numbers refer to PE Issue, Volume, and Article (PE2.1.6A), and the year of publication (1999).


PE1.1.1A Body Position and the Functional Morphology of Cretaceous Heteromorph Ammonites (1998)

PE1.1.2A Evidence of Binary Division in Mature Central Capsules of a Collosphaerid Colonial Radiolarian: Implications for Shell Ontogenetic Patterns in Modern and Fossil Species (1998)

PE1.1.3A Application of the Modern Analog Technique (MAT) of Sea Surface Temperature Estimation to Middle Pliocene North Pacific Planktonic Foraminifer Assemblages (1998)

PE1.1.4A Identification Key for Holocene Lacustrine Arcellacean (Thecamoebian) Taxa (1998)

PE1.2.5A Computer Simulation of the Evolution of Foraging Strategies: Application to the Ichnological Record (1998)

PE1.2.6A Classification and Distribution of South Atlantic Recent Polycystine Radiolaria (1998)

PE1.2.7A Some Remarks and Emendation of the Family Arionoceratidae Dzik (Cephalopoda, Nautiloidea) (1998)

PE1.2.8A Likelihood Estimation of the Time of Origin of Cetacea and the Time of Divergence of Cetacea and Artiodactyla (1998)

PE1.2.9A QuickTime VR: A Powerful New Illustrative Tool for Micropaleontological Research (1998)

PE1.2.10A Microvertebrate Concentrations in Pedogenic Nodule Conglomerates: Recognizing the Rocks and Recovering and Interpreting the Fossils (1998)


PE2.1.1A Extinction and Naticid Predation of the Bivalve Chione Von Mühlfeld in the late Neogene of Florida (1999)

PE2.1.2A Fusulinid Succession from the Middle-Upper Carboniferous Boundary Beds on Spitsbergen, Arctic Norway (1999)

PE2.1.3A Laser Confocal Microscopy and Geographic Information Systems in the Study of Dental Morphology (1999)

PE2.1.4A Thecamoebian Bibliography (The) (1999)

PE2.1.5A Easy Access to Doubtful Taxonomic Decisions (1999)

PE2.1.6A Taxonomy and the Security of Databases (1999)

PE2.1.7A ADAPTS (Analysis of Diversity, Asymmetry of Phylogenetic Trees, and Survivorship): A New Software Tool for Analysing Stratigraphic Range Data (1999)

PE2.1.8A Beyond the Cutting Edge, Electronic Publications the 21ST Century (1999)

PE2.1.9A H. Alleyne Nicholson -- A Great Victorian Paleontologist (1999)

PE2.2.10A Original Shell Colouration in Late Pleistocene Terebratulid Brachiopods from New Zealand (1999)

PE2.2.11A Evolutionary Modelling from Family Diversity (1999)

PE2.2.12A Thermophysiology and Biology of Giganotosaurus: Comparison with Tyrannosaurus (1999)

PE2.2.13A Cenozoic Deep Sea Microfossil Record: Explorations of the DSDP/ODP Sample Set Using the Neptune Database (1999)

PE2.2.14A Pareto Analysis of Paleontological Data: A New Method of Weighing Variable Importance (1999)


PE 3.1.1A Exploring the Effects of Toothwear on Functional Morphology: A Preliminary Study Using Dental Topographic Analysis(2000)

PE3.1.2A Epofix and Vacuum: An Easy Method to Make Casts of Hard Substrates(2000)

PE3.1.3A Inferring the Retinal Anatomy and VIsual Capacities of Extinct Vertebrates (2000)

PE3.1.4A Teasing Fossils out of Shales with Cameras and Computers (2000)

PE3.2.5A Illustration and Taxonomic Reevaluation of Neogene Foraminifera Described from Japan (2000)

PE3.2.6A Function and Adaptation in Paleontology and Phylogenetics: Why Do We Omit Darwin? (2000)

PE3.2.7A Late Holocene Environment of the Southern North Sea from the Stable Isotopic Composition of Queen Scallop Shells (2000)

PE3.2.8A Sea Surface-water Temperature and Isotopic Reconstructions from Nannoplankton Data Using Artificial Neural Networks (2000)

PE3.2.9A Application of a Three-Dimensional Color Laser Scanner to Paleontology (2000)


PE4.1.1A Method of Illustrating the Morphological Evolution of Coccoliths with 3D Animations Applied to Calcidiscus Leptoporus (2001)

PE4.1.2A Methodologies for the Visualization and Reconstruction of Three-Dimensional Fossils from the Silurian Herefordshire Lagerstätte (2001)

PE4.1.3A Bryozoan Generic Extinctions and Originations During the Last One Hundred Million Years (2001)

PE4.1.4A PAST: Paleontological Statistics Software Package for Education and Data Analysis (2001)

PE4.1.5A Modelling Middle Pliocene Warm Climates of the USA (2001)

PE4.2.6A Atlas of Common Squamatological (Fish Scale) Material in Coastal British Columbia, and an Assessment of the Utility of Various Scale Types in Paleofisheries Reconstruction (2002)

PE4.2.7A Amount of the Taphonomic/Tectonic Compaction in the Fluminimaggiore Formation (SW Sardina, Italy) with Discussion of a New Paleontological Method for Estimating Compaction (The) (2002)

PE4.2.8A Re-Illustration and Revised Taxonomy for Deep-Sea Benthic Foraminifers (2002)


PE5.1.1A Computed Tomography of an Anolis Lizard in Dominican Amber: Systematic, Taphonomic, Biogeoraphic, and Evolutionary Implications (2002)

PE5.1.2A Environmental Control of Diversity, Evolutionary Rates and Taxa Longevities in Antarctic Neogne Radiolaria (2002)

PE5.1.3A Sterographic Virtual Reality Representations of Microfossils in Light Microscopy (2002)

PE5.1.4A Imaging Fossils Using Reflectance Transformation and Interactive Manipulation of Virtual Light Sources (2002)

PE5.2.5A Illustrated Guide to the Benthic Foraminifera of the Hebridean Shelf, West of Scotland, With Notes on Their Mode of Life (An) (2002)

PE5.2.6A Northern Gondwanan Siluro-Devonian Palaeogeography Assessed by Cephalopods (2002)

PE5.2.7A Oldest Placental Mammal from Sub-Saharan Africa: Eocene Microbat from Tanzania–Evidence for Early Evolution of Sophisticated Echolocation (2002)

PE5.2.8A Digitizing Large Fossil Skeletal Elements for Three-dimensional Applications (2002)


PE6.1.1A Fourier Method to Describe and Compare Suture Patterns (A) (2003)

PE6.1.2A Palaecological and Ichnological Significance of Microborings in Quaternary Foraminifera (2003)

PE6.1.3A New Cretaceous Dinosaur Tracksite in Southern New Mexico (A) (2003)

PE6.1.4A Illustration of Modern Benthic Foraminifera from Bermuda and Remarks on Distribution in Other Subtropical/tropical Areas (2003) 

PE6.1.5A Thecamoebian Bibliography, 2nd Edition (The) (2003)

PE6.2.6A Biogeography of Some Eocene Larger Foraminifera, and Their Application in Distinguishing Geological Plates (2003)

PE6.2.7A Morphometric Studies on Three Ostracod Species of the Genus Digmocythere Mandelstam from the Middel Eocene of Egypt (2003)

PE6.2.8A Casting, Replication, and Anaglyph Stereo Imaging of Microscopic Detail in Fossils, with Examples from Conodonts and Other Jawless Vertebrates (2003)


PE7.1.1A Horn Use in Triceratops (Dinosauria: Ceratopsidae): Testing Behavioral Hypotheses Using Scale Models (2004)

PE7.1.2A Holocene Solar Variability and Pelagic Fish Productivity in the NE Pacific (2004)

PE7.1.3A Ordovician-Silurian Distribution of Orthida (Palaeozoic Brachiopoda) in the Greater Iapetus Ocean Region (2004)

PE7.1.4A Extraction of Calcereous Macrofossils from the Upper Cretaceous White Chalk and Other Sedimentary Carbonates in Denmark and Sweden: The Acid-Hot Water Method and the Waterblasting Technique (2004)

PE7.2.5A Pattern Matching: Classification of Ammonitic Sutures Using GIS (2004)

PE7.2.6A Triassic and Cenozoic Palaeobiogeography: Two Case Studies in Quantitative Modelling Using IDL® (2004)

PE7.2.7A On the Simulation of the Evolution of Morphological Shape: Multivariate Shape under Selection and Drift (2004)


PE8.1.1A Will Downs' Role in the Geological Reconnaissance of River Canyons in Western China (2005)

PE8.1.2A Mio-Pliocene Growth of the Tibetan Plateau and Evolution of East Asian Climate (2005)

PE8.1.3A Translation of Otto Zdansky's "The Localities of the Hipparion Fauna in Baode Country in N.W. Shanxi" (1923) from the German (2005)

PE8.1.4A The Ossified Braincase and Cephalic Osteoderms of Shinisaurus crocodilurus (Squamata: Shinisauridae) (2005)

PE8.1.5A New Materials of Pararhizomys from Northern China (2005)

PE8.1.6A Hyaenodonts and Carnivorans from the Early Oligocene to Early Miocene of Xianshuihe Formation, Lanzhou Basin, Gansu Province, China (2005)

PE8.1.7A Gobiolagus (Lagomorpha, Mammalia) from Ula Usu, Inner Mongolia, and Comments on Eocene Lagomorphs of Asia (2005)

PE8.1.8A Insect Bone-Modification and Paleoecology of Oligocene Mammal-Bearing Sites in the Doupov Mountains, Northwestern Bohemia (2005)

PE8.1.9A Turtle Tracks in the Judith River Formation (Upper Cretaceous) of South-Central Montana (2005)

PE8.1.10A Anaglyph Stereo Imaging of Dinosaur Track Morphology and Microtopography (2005)

PE8.1.11A New Species of Sinocapra (Bovidae, Caprinae) from the Lower Pliocene Panaca Formation, Nevada (USA) (2005)

PE8.1.12A The Facial Skeleton of the Early Oligocene Colodon (Perissodactyla, Tapiroidea) (2005)

PE8.1.13A A Procolophonid (Parareptilia) from the Owl Rock Member, Chinle Formation of Utah, USA (2005)

PE8.1.14A Microwear in Modern Squirrels in Relation to Diet (2005)

PE8.1.15A Biostratigraphic Survey in the Siwaliks of Pakistan: A Method for Standardized Surface Sampling of the Vertebrate Fossil Record (2005)

PE8.1.16A Misconceptions Arising from the Misassignment of Nonhominoid Teeth to the Miocene Hominoid Sivapithecus  (2005)

PE8.1.17A An Unusual Diatomyid Rodent from an Infrequently Sampled Late Miocene Interval in the Siwaliks of Pakistan (2005)

PE8.1.18A Snakes of the Siwalik Group (Miocene of Pakistan): Systematics and Relationship to Environmental Change (2005)

PE8.1.19A Will Downs and the Zinda Pir Dome (2005)

PE8.1.20A Relationship of Chitarwata Formation Paleodrainage and Paleoenvironments to Himalayan Tectonics and Indus River Paleogeography (2005)

PE8.1.21A A New Enigmatic Large Rhinocerotid from the Upper Member of the Chitarwata Formation at Zinda Pir Dome, Western Pakistan (2005)

PE8.1.22A Oligocene and Early Miocene Ruminants (Mammalia: Artiodactyla) from Pakistan and Uganda (2005)

PE8.1.23A Taphonomic Observations on a Camel Skeleton in a Desert Environoment in Abu Dhabi (2005)

PE8.1.24A Small Rodents and a Lagomorph from the Early Miocene Bukwa Locality, Southeastern Uganda (2005)

PE8.1.25A Oligocene-Age (32.7-27.5 MA) Terrestrial Strata of Northwestern Ethiopia: A Preliminary Report on Paleoenvironments and Paleontology (2005)

PE8.1.26A A Morphological Model and CT Assessment of the Skull of Pachyrachis problematicus (Squamata; Serpentes), a 98 Million Year-Old Snake with Legs from the Middle East (2005)

PE8.1.27A Sauropod Dinosaurs from the Early Cretaceous of Malawi, Africa (2005)

PE8.1.28A Therapsids from the Permian Chiweta Beds and the Age of the Karoo Supergroup in Malawi (2005)

PE8.2.29A Cenozoic and Cretaceous Ichthyoliths from the Tofino Basin and Western Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada (2005)

PE8.2.30A Neutron Tomography of Internal Structures of Vertebrate Remains: A Comparison with X-Ray Computed Tomography (2005)

PE8.2.31A Microevolutionary Dynamics of the Early Devonian Conodont Wurmiella from the Great Basin of Nevada (2005)

PE8.2.32A Role of Constraint and selection in the Morphologic evolution of Caryocorbula (Mollusca: Corbulidae) from the Caribbean Neogene (2005)

PE8.2.33A Combining Morphometric and Paleoecological Analyses: Examining Small-Scale Dynamics in Species-Level and Community-Level Evolution (2005)


PE9.1.1A Pennsylvanian Stratigraphy and Fusulinids of Central and Eastern Iran (2006)

PE9.1.2A New Fossil Ratite (Aves: Palaeognathae) Eggshell Discoveries from the Late Miocene Baynunah Foramation of the United Arab Emirates, Arabian Peninsula (2006)

PE9.1.3A Modern Foraminifera Attached to Hexactinellid Sponge Meshwork on the West Canadian Shelf: How They Compare with Their Jurassic Counterparts in Europe (2006)

PE9.1.4A Quantifying a Possible Miocene Phyletic Change in Hemipristis (Chondrichthyes) Teeth (2006)

PE9.2.5A A Diverse New Assemblage of Late Eocene Squamates (Reptilia) from the Chadron Formation of North Dakota, U.S.A. (2006)

PE9.2.6A Gliridae (Rodentia, Mammalia) From The Late Miocene Fissure Filling Biancone 1 (Gargano, Prov. Foggia, Italy) (2006)

PE9.2.7A Source Code for Theoretical Morphologic Simulation of Helical Colony Form in the Bryozoa (2006)

PE9.2.8A Positioning and Enhanced Sterographic Imaging of Microfossils in Reflected Light (2006)

PE9.2.9A Loosening the CLAMP: An Exploratory Graphical Approach to the Climate Leaf Analysis Multivariate Program (2006)


PE10.1.1A Chemoreception, Odor Landscapes, and Foraging in Ancient Marine Landscapes (2007)

PE10.1.2A Stalked Crinoid Locomotion, and its Ecological and Evolutionary Implications (2007)

PE10.1.3A Lauraceae Macrofossils and Dispersed Cuticle from the Miocene of Southern New Zealand (2007)

PE10.1.4A Microfacies of Stromatoliticicrofacies of Stromatolitic Sinter from Acid-Sulphate-Chloride Springs at Parariki Stream, Rotokawa Geothermal Field, New Zealand (2007)

PE10.1.5A Forelimb Stance and Step Cycle in Hasmosaurs Irvinenesis (Diosauraia Neoceratopsia) (2007)

PE10.1.6A New Middle and Upper Jurassic belemnite ASSEMBLAGEs from West Antarctica (Latady Group, Ellsworth Land): Taxonomy and Paleobiogeography (2007)

PE10.2.7A A New Docodont Mammal from the Jurassic Kota Formation of India (2007)

PE 10.2.8A A New Titanosauriform Sauropod (Dinosauria: Saurishchia) from the Early Cretaceous of Central Texas and its Phylogenetic Relationships (2007)

PE10.2.9A An Index to Measure Concavity of the Occlusal Surface of the Cheek Teeth and an Assessment of Concavity in Gliridae (Mammalia, Rodentia) (2007)

PE10.2.10A Permian Fusulini Fauna of Peri-Gondwanan Affinity from Kalmard Region East-Central Iran and Its Significance for Tectonics and Paleogeography (2007)

PE10.2.11A Diversity Estimates, Biases, and Historiographic Effects: Resolving Ceacean Diversity in the Tertiary (2007)

10.3.12A A New Species of Cladocyclus (Teleostei: Ichthyodectiformes) from the Cenomanian of Morocco (2007)

10.3.13A Rudist Taxonomy Using X-Ray Computed Tomography (2007)

10.3.14A Monocot Macrofossils from the Miocene of Southern New Zealand (2007)

10.3.15A Early Eocene Dispersed Cuticles and Mangrove to Rainforest Vegetation at Strahan-Regatta Point, Tasmania (2007)

10.3.16A A Possible Endoparasitic Chytridiomycete Fungus from the Permian of Antarctica (2007)

10.3.17A Early Eocene Macroflora from the Red Hot Truck Stop Locality (Meridian, Mississippi, USA) (2007)


11.1.1A Locomotion in the Extinct Notoungulate Protypotherium (2008)

11.1.2A An Illustrated Guide to Fjord Foraminifera from the Seymour-Beliz Inlet Complex, Northern British Columbia, Canada (2008)

11.1.3A Structural Mechanics of Pachycephalosaur Crania Permitted Head-Butting Behavior (2008)

11.1.4A Agamid Lizards from the Early Eocene of Western India: Oldest Cenozoic Lizards from South Asia (2008)

11.1.5A StrataPhy: A New Computer Program for Straocladistic Analysis (2008)

11.2.6A Anatomy of the Very Tiny: First Description of the Head Skeleton of the Rare South American Catfish Sarcoglanis simplex (Siluriformes: Trichomycteridae) (2008)

11.2.7A Three-Dimensional Re-Evaluation of the Deformation Removal Technique Based on "Jigsaw Puzzling" (2008)

11.2.8A Locomotion in Fossil Carnivora: An Application of Eigensurface Analysis for Morphometric Comparison of 3D Surfaces (2008)

11.2.9A A Three-Dimensional Animation Model of Edmontosaurus (Hadrosauridae) for Testing Chewing Hypotheses (2008)

11.2.10A Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of Tooth Relationships During Carnivoran Chewing (2008)

11.2.11A PaleoView3D: from Specimen to Online Model (2008)

11.3.12A A Review of the Post-Mortem Dispersal of Cephalopod Shells (2008)

11.3.13A An Araucarian Conifer Bract-Scale Complex from the Lower Jurassic of Massachusetts: Implications for Estimating Phylogenetic/Stratigraphic Congruence in the Araucariacea (2008)

11.3.14A New Information on the Upper Triassic Archosauriform Vancleavea campi Based on New Material from the Chinle Formation of Arizona (2008)

11.3.15A Dispersed Leaf Cuticle from the Early Miocene of Southern New Zealand (2008)

11.3.16A Enigmatic Trace Fossils from the Aeolian Lower Jurassic Clarens Formation, Southern Africa (2008)

11.3.17A Is There An Option for a Pneumatic Stablization of Sauropod Necks? An Experimental and Anatomical Approach (2008)


2009 Articles

12.1.1A The Impact of Asymmetries in the Elements of the Phragmocone of Early Jurassic Ammonites (2009)

12.1.2A The Genus Umiaites Spath, 1931 (Ammonoidea) from the Tithonian (Late Jurassic) of Kutch, Western India (2009)

12.1.3A New Geochronologic and Stratigraphic Evidence Confirms the Paleocene Age of the Dinosaur-Bearing Ojo Alamo Sandstone and Animas Formation in the San Juan Basis, New Mexico and Colorado (2009)

12.2.4A Improving Depth of Field Resolution for Palynological Photomicrography (2009)

12.2.5A Miocene Climate Modelling Sensitivity Experiments for Different CO2 Concentrations (2009)

12.2.6A New Occurrences of Permian Corals from the McCloud Belt in Western North America (2009)

12.2.7A The Head and Neck Muscles Associated with Feeding in Sphenodon (Reptilia: Lepidosauria: Rhynchocephalia) (2009)

12.2.8A No Evidence of Paleocene Dinosaurs in the San Juan Basin (2009)

12.2.9A Response to Critique by Lucas et al. (2009) of Fassett (2009) Paper on Paleocene Dinosaurs of the San Juan Basin (2009)

12.3.10A The Fossil Record and Evolution of Bovidae: State of the Field (2009)

12.3.11A Virtual Palaeontology: Gait Reconstruction of Extinct Vertebrates Using High Performance Computing (2009)

12.3.12A Three-Dimensional Morphometric Ontogeny of Mollusc Shells by Micro-Computed Tomography and Geometric Analysis (2009)

12.3.13A Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of "Phycosiphoniform" Burrows: Implications for Identification of Trace Fossils in Core (2009)

12.3.14A How Big was 'Big Al'? Quantifying the Effect of Soft Tissue and Osteological Unknowns on Mass Predictions for Allosaurus (Dinosauria Theropoda) (2009)

12.3.15A New Pleistocene Cave Faunas of the Andes of Central Perú: Radiocarbon Ages and the Survival of Low Latitude, Pleistocene DNA (2009)

2009 Technical Articles

12.1.1T High Dynamic Range Imaging as Applied to Paleontological Specimen Photograph (2009)

12.2.2T AMOR – A New System for Automated Imaging of Microfossils for Morphometric Analyses (2009)

12.2.3T Remote Sensing Applied to Paleontology:Exploration of Upper Cretaceous Sediments in Kazakhstan for Potential Fossil Sites (2009)

12.2.4T Mechanical Digitizing for Paleontology - New and Improved Techniques (2009)

12.2.5T Improving Depth of Field Resolution for Palynological Photomicrography (2009)

12.3.6T New Methods to Document Fossils from Lithographic Limestones of Southern Germany and Lebanon (2009)

12.3.7T Visualising Muscle Anatomy Using Three-Dimensional Computer Models - An Example Using the Head and Neck Muscles of Sphenodon (2009)


2010 Articles

PE12.1.1A Middle Miocene Mesotheriine Diversity at Cerdas, Bolivia and a Reconsideration of Plesiotypotherium minus (2010)

PE13.1.2A Morphometric Considerations of the Teeth of the Palaeocastorine Beavers Capacikala, Palaeocastor and "Capatanka (2010)

PE13.1.3A New Golden Moles (Afrotheria, Chrysochloridae) from the Early Pliocene of South Africa (2010)

PE13.1.4A Comparative Variability of Intermembranous and Endochondral Bones in Pleistocene Mammals (2010)

PE13.1.5A Using GIS to Assess the Biogeographic Impact of Species Invasions on Native Brachiopods during the Richmondian Invasion in the Type-Cincinnatian (Late Ordovician, Cincinnati Region) (2010)

PE13.1.6A Paleobotany and Sedimentology of Late Oligocene Terrestrial Strata from the Northwestern Ethiopian Plateau (2010)

PE13.2.7A Discrimination of Fenestrate Bryozoan Genera in Morphospace (2010)

PE13.2.8A The Digital Plateosaurus I: Body Mass, Mass Distribution, and Posture Assessed by Using CAD and CAE on a Digitally Mounted Complete Skeleton (2010)

PE13.2.9A Microconchid-Dominated Hardground Association from the Late Pridoli (Silurian) of Saaremaa, Estonia (2010)

PE13.2.10A MONCHARMONTZEIANA: New Name for Pytine Moncharmont Zei and Sgarella, 1978 Non Fortey, 1975 (2010)

PE13.2.11A Benthic Foraminifera from the Diatomaceouis Mud Belt Off Nambia: Characteristic Species for Sever Anoxia (2010)

PE13.2.12A A Guide to Late Albian-Cenomanian (Cretaceous) Foraminifera from the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada (2010)

PE13.2.13A Seasonal Environmental and Chemical Impact on Thecamoebian Community Composition in an Oil Sands Reclamation Wetland in Northern Alberta (2010)

PE13.2.14A Ecology of Paleocene-Eocene Vegetation at Kakahu, South Canterbury, New Zealand (2010)

PE13.2.15A New Interpretation of the Postcranial Skeleton and Overall Body Shape of the Placodont Cyamodus Hildegardis Peyer, 1931 (Reptilia, Sauropterygia) (2010)

PE13.3.16A A Habitat-Based Perspective of Marine Biogeography in Passive and Convergent Tectnoic Settings (2010)

PE13.3.17A Palaeoenvironmental Implications of Asteriacites Lumbricalis inthe Coste Dell'Anglone Sinemurian Dinosaur Ichnosite (NE Italy) (2010)

PE13.3.18A World Atlas of Distribution of Recent Polycystina (Radiolaria) (2010)

PE13.3.19A The Braincase of Youngina Capensis (Reptilia, Dipsida): New Insights from High-Resolution CT Scanning of the Holotype (2010)

PE13.3.20A Palaeodiversity of Caribbean Echinoids Including New Material from the Venezuelan Neogene (2010)

PE13.3.21A Finite Element Analysis of Ungulate Jaws: Can mode of Digestive Physiology be Determined? (2010)

2010 Technical Articles

PE13.3.1T High Resolution Three-Dimensional Laser-Scanning of the Type Specimen of Eubrontes (?) Glenrosensis Shuler, 1935, from the Comanchean (Lower Cretaceous) of Texas: Implications for DIgital Archiving and Preservation (2010)

PE13.3.2T Cleaning Fossil Tooth Surfaces from Microwear Analysis: Use of Solvent Gels to Remove Resistant Consolidant (2010)

2010 Commentaries

PE13.1.2E German Paleontology in the Early 21st Century (2010) 

PE13.1.3E A Golden Age of Paleontology in China? A SWOT Analysis (2010)


2011 Articles

PE14.1.1A The oldest (Middle Triassic, Anisian) lobsters from the Netherlands: taxonomy, taphonomy, paleoenvironment, and paleoecology

PE14.1.2A "Dinosaur" petroglyphs at Kachina Bridge site, Natural Bridges National Monument, southeastern Utah: not dinosaurs after all

PE14.1.3A Ammonoid septal formation and suture asymmetry explored with a geographic information systems approach

PE14.1.4A Correlations and co-occurrences of taxa: the role of temporal, geographic, and taxonomic restrictions

PE14.1.5A Pleistocene flora of Rio Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

PE14.1.6A Description of a new species of the North American archaic pika Hesperolagomys (Lagomorpha: Ochotonidae) from the middle Miocene (Barstovian) of Nebraska and reassessment of the genus Hesperolagomys

PE14.1.7A A New Species of Lepidotes (Actinopterygii: Semiontiformes) from the Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous) of Morocco

PE14.2.9A Timing of infaunalization in shallow-marine Early Paleozoic communities in Gondwanan settings: Discriminating evolutionary and paleogeographic controls (2011)

PE14.2.10A Defense capabilities of Kentrosaurus aethiopicus Hennig, 1915 (2011)

PE14.2.11A Phylogeny and escalation in Mellopegma and other Cambrian molluscs (2011)

PE14.2.12A Large caviomorph rodent footprints of the Late Oligocene Vinchina Formation, Argentina (2011)

PE14.2.13A New data on the Oxyaenidae from the Early Eocene of Europe; biostratigraphic, paleobiogeographic and paleoecologic implications (2011)

PE14.2.14A The distribution of agglutinated foraminifera in NW European seas: Baseline data for the interpretation of fossil assemblages (2011)

PE14.2.15A The cranial musculature of turtles (2011)

PE14.2.16A First Mio-Pliocene salamander fauna from the southern Appalachians (2011)

PE14.2.17A Hard tissue anatomy of the cranial joints in Sphenodon (Rhynchocephalia): sutures, kinesis, and skull mechanics (2011)

PE 14.3.18A Polyphyly, paraphyly, provinciality, and the promise of intercontinental correlation: Charles Repenning’s contributions to the study of arvicoline rodent evolution and biochronology (2011)

PE14.3.19A Platypterygius Huene,1922 (Ichthyosauria, Ophthalmosauridae) from the Late Cretaceous of Texas, USA (2011)

PE14.3.20A Microwear patterns on the teeth of northern high latitude hadrosaurs with comments on microwear patterns in hadrosaurs as a function of latitude and seasonal ecological constraints (2011)

PE14.3.21A CT reconstruction and relationships of the Early Cretaceous tribosphenidan mammal, Slaughteria eruptens (Trinity Group, Texas, USA) (2011)

PE14.3.22A Eoconodon (“Triisodontidae,” Mammalia) from the Early Paleocene (Puercan) of northeastern Montana, USA (2011)

PE14.3.23A New species of Peradectes and Swaindelphys (Mammalia, Metatheria) from the Early Paleocene (Torrejonian) Nacimiento Formation, San Juan Basin, New Mexico, USA (2011)

PE14.3.24A Terrestrial mammal fossils from the Wildcat Creek beds (Paleogene), Tieton River area, south-central Washington, USA (2011)

PE14.3.25A A new species of the genus Megapeomys (Mammalia, Rodentia, Eomyidae) from the Early Miocene of Japan (2011)

PE14.3.26A A new species of Cernictis (Mammalia, Carnivora, Mustelidae) from the Late Miocene Bidahochi Formation of Arizona, USA (2011)

PE14.3.27A Microtoid cricetids and the early history of arvicolids (Mammalia, Rodentia) (2011)

PE14.3.28A  Geology and mammalian paleontology of the Horned Toad Hills, Mojave Desert, California, USA (2011)

PE14.3.29A  New rodents (Mammalia, Rodentia, Cricetidae) from the Verde Fauna of Arizona and the Maxum Fauna of California, USA, early Blancan Land Mammal Age (2011)

PE14.3.30A An owl-pellet accumulation of small Pliocene vertebrates from the Verde Formation, Arizona, USA (2011)

PE14.3.31A Cricetid rodents from the Pliocene Panaca Formation, southeastern Nevada, USA (2011)

PE14.3.32A Shrews, lagomorphs and rodents (excluding Cricetidae) from the Pliocene Panaca Formation, southeastern Nevada, USA (2011)

PE14.3.33A Microtine rodents in the Frick Collection from Yushe Basin, Shanxi Province, China (2011)

PE14.3.34A Variation in the lower dentition of a late Blancan (Late Pliocene) Cotton rat (Sigmodon curtisi) (2011)

PE14.3.35A Preliminary study of rodents of the Golliher B assemblage from Meade County, Kansas, USA indicates an intense cold period near the end of the Pleistocene (2011)

PE14.3.36A New perspectives on lagomorph and rodent biochronology in the Anza-Borrego Desert of southern California, USA (2011)

PE14.3.37A Arvicolini (Rodentia) from the Irvingtonian of north-central Kansas, USA (2011)

PE14.3.38A Fossil lagomorphs from the Potwar Plateau, northern Pakistan (2011)

PE14.3.39A The Early Pleistocene Mimomys hordijki (Arvicolinae, Rodentia) from Europe and the origin of modern neartctic sagebrush voles (Lemmiscus) (2011)

PE14.3.40A Caves, arvicoline rodents, and chronologic resolution (2011)

PE14.3.41A Using left-right asymmetry to estimate non-genetic variability in vole teeth (Rodentia, Muridae, Arvicolinae) (2011)

PE14.3.42A Taxonomic diversity of Late Cenozoic Asian and North American ochotonids (overview) (2011)

PE14.3.43A The Middle Pleistocene herpetofaunas from Kärlich (Neuwied Basin, Germany)(2011)

PE14.3.44A The stratigraphic debate at Hueyatlaco, Valsequillo, Mexico (2011)

PE14.3.45A The braincase of  Youngina capensis (Reptilia, Diapsida): new insights from high-resolution CT scanning of the holotype (2011)

2011 Technical Articles

PE14.1.1T fossil: Palaeoecological and palaeogeographical analysis tools (2011)

PE14.2.2T Multi-view stereo 3D reconstruction of lower molars of Recent and Pleistocene rhinoceroses for mesowear analysis (2011)


2012 Articles

PE 15.1.1A Extending the utility of artiodactyl postcrania for species-level identifications using multivariate morphometric analyses (2012)

PE 15.1.2A Continuous 300,000-year fossil record: changes in the ornithofauna of Biśnik Cave, Poland (2012)

PE 15.1.3A Thecamoebian communities as proxies of seasonality in Lake Sadatal in the Ganga Yamuna Plains of North India (2012)

PE15.1.4A Vasseuromys rambliensis sp. nov. (Gliridae, Mammalia) from the Ramblian (Lower Miocene) of the Tudela Formation (Ebro basin, Spain) (2012)

PE15.1.5A Equids from Emine-Bair-Khosar Cave (Crimea, Ukraine): co-occurrence of the stenonid Equus hydruntinus and the caballoid E. ferus latipes based on skull and postcranial remains

PE15.16A The effect of singletons and interval length on interpreting diversity trends from the palaeobotanical record

PE15.1.7A Permian stromatolites associated with bivalve coquina beds - Angatuba, SP, Brazil (Teresina Formation, Paraná Basin) (2012)

PE15.1.8A Nesiotites rafelinensis sp. nov., the earliest shrew (Mammalia, Soricidae) from the Balearic Islands, Spain (2012)

PE15.1.9A Fauna and ecology of the holothurian bed, Llandrindod, Wales, UK (Darriwilian, Middle Ordovician), and the oldest articulated holothurian (2012)

PE15.1.10A Neoichnology of the desert scorpion Hadrurus arizonensis: burrows to biogenic cross lamination (2012)

PE15.1.11A A revision of the Devonian Malvinokaffric dalmanitid trilobite Dalmanitoides Delo, 1935,
A revision of the Devonian Malvinokaffric dalmanitid trilobite Dalmanitoides Delo, 1935,on the basis of new data from Argentina (2012)

PE15.1.12A Error rates and observer bias in dental microwear analysis using light microscopy (2012)

PE15.1.13A Giant fossil soft-shelled turtles of North America (2012)

PE15.214A A taxonomic revision of orthosternous scorpions from the English Coal-measures aided by X-ray Micro-Tomography (XMT) (2012)

PE15.2.15A The enigmatic arthropod Camptophyllia (2012)

PE15.2.16A A taxonomic guide to modern benthic shelf foraminifera of the western Mediterranean Sea (2012)

PE15.2.17A Phase-contrast synchrotron microtomography reveals the morphology of a partially visible new Pseudogarypus in Baltic amber (Pseudoscorpiones: Pseudogarypidae) (2012)

PE15.2.18A Imaging the inner ear in fossil mammals: High-resolution CT scanning and 3-D virtual reconstructions (2012)

PE15.2.19A Experimental fluid mechanics of an Ediacaran frond (2012)

PE15.2.20A Sexual discrimination at work: Spinicaudatan ‘Clam Shrimp’ (Crustacea: Branchiopoda) as a model organism for the study of sexual system evolution (2012)

PE15.2.21A Genetic analysis of cave bear specimens from Niedźwiedzia Cave, Sudetes, Poland (2012)

PE15.2.22A More “dinosaur” and “pterosaur” rock art that isn’t (2012)

PE15.2.23A The study of cuticular and epidermal features in fossil plant impressions using silicone replicas for scanning electron microscopy (2012)

PE15.2.24A Exceptionally preserved nauplius larvae from the Devonian Windyfield chert, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland (2012)

PE15.3.25A Magnification and resolution in dental microwear analysis using light microscopy (2012)

PE15.3.26A Are there two distinct types of hypocone in Eocene primates? The ‘pseudohypocone’ of notharctines revisited (2012)

PE15.3.27A A neomorphic ossification of the nasal cartilages and the structure of paranasal sinus system of the glyptodont Neosclerocalyptus Paula Couto 1957 (Mammalia, Xenarthra) (2012)

PE15.3.28A A possible fossil paralarva (Cephalopoda: Coleoidea) from the Solnhofen Lithographic Limestones (Upper Jurassic, southern Germany) (2012)

PE15.3. 29A A revised listing of fossil mammals from the Haasgat cave system ex situ deposits (HGD), South Africa (2012)

PE 15.3.30A Forearm orientation in Hadrosauridae (Dinosauria: Ornithopoda) and implications for museum mounts (2012)

PE 15.3.31A Discovery of a Pleistocene mysticete whale, Georgia Bight (USA) (2012)

PE 15.3.32A Bite marks revisited – evidence for middle-to-late Eocene Basilosaurus isis predation on Dorudon atrox (both Cetacea, Basilosauridae) (2012)

2012 Technical Articles

PE 15.1.1T Acquisition of high resolution three-dimensional models using free, open-source, photogrammetric software (2012)

PE 15.1.2T Idealized landmark-based geometric reconstructionsof poorly preserved fossil material: A case study of an early tetrapod vertebra (2012)

PE 15.1.3T Methodology of the micro-computer tomography on foraminifera (2012)

PE 15.2.4T Non-destructive, safe removal of conductive metal coatings from fossils: a new solution (2012)

PE 15.2.5T SPIERS and VAXML: A software toolkit for tomographic visualisation and a format for virtual specimen interchange (2012)

PE 15.2.6T A palaeobiologist's guide to 'virtual' micro-CT preparation (2012)

PE 15.3.7T Mining morphological evolution in microfossils using volume density diagrams (2012)


2013 Articles

PE 16.1.1A Tooth enamel microstructure of Revueltosaurus and Krzyzanowskisaurus (Reptilia:Archosauria) from the Upper Triassic Chinle Group, USA: Implications for function, growth, and phylogeny (2013)

PE 16.1.2A Comment on supposed holothurian body fossils from the middle Ordovician of Wales (Botting and Muir, Palaeontologia Electronica: 15.1.9A) (2013)

PE 16.1.3A Reply to: Smith et al., "Comment on supposed holothurian body fossils from the middle Ordovician of Wales (Botting and Muir, Palaeontologia Electronica: 15.1.9A)" (2013)

PE 16.1.4A Cannibalism in Holocene muricid snails in the Beagle Channel, at the extreme southern tip of South America: an opportunistic response? (2013)

PE 16.1.5A Morphological variability of the trace fossil Schaubcylindrichnus coronus as a response to environmental forcing (2013)

PE 16.1.6A Investigation of a claim of a late-surviving pterosaur and exposure of a taxidermic hoax: the case of Cornelius Meyer's dragon (2013)

PE 16.1.7A A new genus of coccolepidid fishes (Actinopterygii, Chondrostei) from the continental Jurassic of Patagonia (2013)

PE 16.1.8A Lizards and amphisbaenians (Reptilia, Squamata) from the late Eocene of Sossís (Catalonia, Spain) (2013)

PE 16.2.9A Relationships of the Cambrian Protomonaxonida (Porifera) (2013)

PE 16.2.10A A biomechanical analysis of the skull and adductor chamber muscles in the Late Cretaceous Plesiosaur Libonectes (2013)

PE 16.2.11A Multibody dynamics model of head and neck function in Allosaurus (Dinosauria, Theropoda) (2013)

PE 16.2.12A Sorex bifidus n. sp. and the rich insectivore mammal fauna (Erinaceomorpha, Soricomorpha, Mammalia) from the Early Pleistocene of Żabia Cave in Poland (2013)

PE 16.2.13A The oldest fossil record of bandicoots (Marsupialia; Peramelemorphia) from the late Oligocene of Australia (2013)

PE 16.2.14A New carnivoraforms (Mammalia) from the middle Eocene of California, USA, and comments on the taxonomic status of 'Miacis' gracilis (2013)

PE 16.2.15A First evidence of scavenging of a Glyptodont (Mammalia, Glyptodontidae) from the Pliocene of the Pampean region (Argentina): taphonomic and paleoecological remarks (2013)

PE 16.2.16A The use of the species concept in paleontology. Comment on "Nesiotites rafelinensis sp. nov., the earliest shrew (Mammalia, Soricidae) from the Balearic Islands, Spain" by Rofes et al., 2012 (2013)

PE 16.2.17A Chronostratigraphic and palaeogeographic significance of an early Cambrian microfauna from the Heraultia Limestone, northern Montagne Noire, France (2013)

PE 16.2.18A  A new plate-like hypercalcified chaetetid demosponge (Loiscupula bachendensi gen. nov. sp. nov) from the Cantabrian Zone (Moscovian, Pennsylvanian, NW Spain) (2013)

PE 16.2.19A Appendicular skeleton and dermal armour of the Late Cretaceous titanosaur Lirainosaurus astibiae (Dinosauria: Sauropoda) from Spain (2013)

PE 16.2.20A Proportions, characters and chronologies: their contribution to systematic paleontology. A rebuttal to Furió and Pons-Monjo (2013)

PE 16.3.21A Systematics and dental microwear of the late Miocene Gliridae (Rodentia, Mammalia) from Hayranlı, Anatolia: Implications for paleoecology and paleobiodiversity (2013)

PE 16.3.22A The modified application of Perron's theorem to evolutionary and palaeoecological studies of invertebrates in palaeobiology (2013)

PE 16.3.23A Bat remains (Mammalia, Chiroptera) from the Middle Pleistocene site of Qesem Cave, Israel, with the first Pleistocene record of fruit bats in the Mediterranean region (2013)

PE 16.3.24A Brachycamacina, a new subtribe of the tribe Naupactini (Coleoptera: Curculionidae Entiminae) in Dominican amber (2013)

PE 16.3.25A Dinosaurs and pterosaurs in Greek and Roman art and literature? An investigation of young-earth creationist claims (2013)

PE 16.3.26A Rare leaf fossils of Monimiaceae and Atherospermataceae (Laurales) from Eocene Patagonian rainforests and their biogeographic significance (2013)

PE 16.3.27A A method for improved identification of postcrania from mammalian fossil assemblages: multivariate discriminant function analysis of camelid astragali (2013)

PE 16.3.28A A morphotype catalog and paleoenvironmental interpretations of early Miocene fossil leaves from the Hiwegi Formation, Rusinga Island, Lake Victoria, Kenya (2013)

PE 16.3.29A X-ray micro-CT reconstruction reveals eight antennomeres in a new fossil taxon that constitutes a sister clade to Dundoxenos and Triozocera (Strepsiptera: Corioxenidae)

PE 16.3.30A The oldest Asian Sivaonyx (Lutrinae, Mustelidae): a contribution to the evolutionary history of bunodont otters

PE 16.3.31A Fruits, seeds, and flowers from the Warman clay pit (middle Eocene Claiborne Group), western Tennessee, USA

PE 16.3.32A Stereom microstructures of Cambrian echinoderms revealed by cathodoluminescence (CL)

2013 Technical Articles

PE 16.1.1T A biplanar X-ray method for three-dimensional analysis of track formation (2013)

PE 16.1.2T Retrodeformation as a test for the validity of phylogenetic characters: an example from diplodocid sauropod vertebrae (2013)

PE 16.1.3T Dinosaurs (Reptilia, Archosauria) at Museo de La Plata, Argentina: annotated catalogue of the type material and Antarctic specimens (2013)

PE 16.2.4T Virtual whitening of fossils using polynomial texture mapping (2013)

PE 16.2.5T Re-evaluation of the Mesozoic mantis shrimp Ursquilla yehoachi based on new material and the virtual peel technique (2013)

PE 16.3.6T Quasi-homothetic transformation for comparing the mechanical performance of planar models in biological research  (2013)

PE 16.3.7T An acid-free method of microfossil extraction from clay-rich lithologies using the surfactant Rewoquat (2013)

2014 Articles

PE 17.1.1A Partial skull and endocranial cast of the ankylosaurian dinosaur Hungarosaurus from the Late Cretaceous of Hungary: implications for locomotion (2014)

PE 17.1.2A The Devonian placoderm fish Bothriolepis canadensis revisited with three-dimensional digital imagery (2014)

PE 17.1.3A The Polish sub-fossil chironomids (2014)

PE 17.1.4A The last Iberian gomphothere (Mammalia, Proboscidea): Anancus arvernensis mencalensis nov. ssp. from the earliest Pleistocene of the Guadix Basin (Granada, Spain) (2014)

PE 17.1.5A Determining the ontogenetic variation of lower cheek teeth occlusal surface patterns in lagomorphs using micro-ct technology (2014)

PE 17.1.6A A complete passerine foot from the late Oligocene of Poland (2014)

PE 17.1.7A A description of small gomphotheriid (Mammalia, Proboscidea) manuses from the earliest Pleistocene 111 Ranch Beds, southeast Arizona, USA (2014)

PE 17.1.8A  Artificially evolved functional shell morphology of burrowing bivalves (2014)

PE 17.1.9A Wavelet analysis of ammonoid sutures (2014)

PE 17.1.10A Conodont biostratigraphy, paleoecology, and taphonomy of the Second Creek Bed and Wolcott Furnace Hematite (Clinton Group) in West Central New York State (2014)

PE 17.1.11A A revision of Heritschioides Yabe, 1950 (Anthozoa, Rugosa), latest Mississippian and earliest Pennsylvanian of western North America (2014)

PE 17.1.12A  Motion range of the manus of Plateosaurus engelhardti von Meyer, 1837 (2014)

PE 17.1.13A The gastralial apparatus of Plateosaurus engelhardti: morphological description and soft-tissue reconstruction (2014)

PE 17.1.14A The earliest occurrence and remarkable stasis of the family Bostrichidae (Coleoptera: Polyphaga) in Cretaceous Charentes amber (2014)

PE 17.1.15A Paleoneurology of Teyumbaita sulcognathus (Diapsida: Archosauromorpha) and the sense of smell in rhynchosaurs (2014)

PE 17.1.16A Additions to the latest Paleocene Buckman Hollow local fauna, Chappo Member of the Wasatch Formation, Lincoln County, southwestern Wyoming (2014)

PE 17.1.17A Cranial morphometrics of the dire wolf, Canis dirus, at Rancho La Brea: temporal variability and its links to nutrient stress and climate (2014)

PE 17.1.18A Neoichnology of two spirobolid millipedes: improving the understanding of the burrows of soil detritivores (2014)

PE 17.1.19A Geographic Information Systems technology as a morphometric tool for quantifying morphological variation in an ammonoid clade (2014)

PE 17.1.20A Revision of basal macropodids from the Riversleigh World Heritage Area with descriptions of new material of Ganguroo bilamina Cooke, 1997 and a new species (2014)

PE 17.1.21A The first fossil Aristolochia (Aristolochiaceae, Piperales) leaves from Austria (2014)

PE 17.2.22A Endocranial morphology of the extinct Antillean shrew Nesophontes (Lipotyphla: Nesophontidae) from natural and digital endocasts of Cuban taxa (2014)

PE 17.2.23A Healed antler fracture from a giant deer (Megaloceros giganteus) from the Pleistocene in Poland (2014)

PE 17.2.24A Late Jurassic marine vertebrates from Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca State, southern Mexico (2014)

PE 17.2.25A  Cranial morphology of the Oligocene beaver Capacikala gradatus from the John Day Basin and comments on the genus (2014)

PE 17.2.26A Review of the Pliocene and Pleistocene Talpidae (Soricomorpha, Mammalia) of Poland (2014)

PE 17.2.27A The Miocene climate in New Zealand: Estimates from paleobotanical data (2014)

PE 17.2.28A Mediolus, a new genus of Arcellacea (Testate Lobose Amoebae) (2014)

PE 17.2.29A Ambergris cololites of Pleistocene sperm whales from central Italy and description of the new ichnogenus and ichnospecies Ambergrisichnus alleronae (2014)

PE 17.2.30A Late Paleocene examples of residual coloration and embryonic features in juvenile marine mollusks from Northwest Louisiana (2014)

PE 17.2.31A Longest crab trackways from the Bay of Bengal Coast, India: their geological and geotechnical applications (2014)

PE 17.3.32A First report on the palaeopsychrospheric ostracod genus Nemoceratina (Pariceratina) Gründel and Kozur, 1972 (Ostracoda, Bythocytheridae) from the Quaternary of the Mediterranean basin and description of a new species (2014)

PE 17.3.33A A CT-image-based framework for the holistic analysis of cortical and trabecular bone morphology (2014)

PE 17.3.34A Protocetid cetaceans (Mammalia) from the Eocene of India (2014)

PE 17.3.35A A new Turolian species Lophocricetus cimishliensis (Rodentia, Zapodidae) from the Republic of Moldova (2014)

PE 17.3.36A Taphonomic patterns of a dinosaur accumulation in a lacustrine delta system in the Jurassic Morrison Formation, San Rafael Swell, Utah, USA (2014)

PE 17.3.37A Swimming through the substrate: the neoichnology of Chalcides ocellatus and biogenic structures of sand-swimming vertebrates (2014)

PE 17.3.38A A new genus and species of a galliform bird from the Oligocene of Poland (2014)

PE 17.3.39A A Paleogene trans-Antarctic distribution for Ripogonum (Ripogonaceae: Liliales)? (2014)

PE 17.3.40A The trace fossil Arachnostega in the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica) (2014)

PE 17.3.41A Investigation of claims of late-surviving pterosaurs: the cases of the winged dragons of Belon, Aldrovandi, and Cardinal Barberini (2014)

PE 17.3.42A Hadimopanella oezgueli Gedik, 1977: a palaeoscolecidan sclerite useless for taxonomic purposes (2014)

PE 17.3.43A Geochronology of the Upper Alturas Formation, northern California: Implications for the Hemphillian-Blancan North American Land Mammal Age boundary (2014)

PE 17.3.44A  Plio-Pleistocene Mediterranean bathyal echinoids: evidence of adaptation to psychrospheric conditions and affinities with Atlantic assemblages (2014)

PE 17.3.45A Repair scars on Mactra violacea from the eastern coast of India: A new classification and a model for describing shell breakage on bivalves (2014)

PE 17.3.46A The foraging pits of the nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus (Mammalia: Xenarthra: Dasypodidae), and implications for interpreting conical trace fossils (2014)

PE 17.3.47A New postcranial bones of the extinct mammalian family Nyctitheriidae (Paleogene, UK): Primitive euarchontans with scansorial locomotion (2014)

2014 Technical Articles

PE 17.3.1T Breaking free from the matrix: Segmentation of fossil images (2014)

2014 Commentaries

PE 17.1.1E The greatest challenge to 21st century paleontology: When commercialization of fossils threatens the science (2014)

PE 17.1.2E The benefits of commercial fossil sales to 21st-century paleontology (2014)

PE 17.2.3E Contributions by amateur paleontologists in 21st century paleontology (2014)

PE 17.2.4E IN MEMORIAM: Dr. Franco Medioli, April 1, 1935 – January 31, 2014 (2014)

 PE 17.3.5E State of the Palaeoart (2014)

PE 17.3.6E Paleontology in Argentina: History, heritage, funding, and education from a southern perspective (2014)



PE 18.1.1A Late Pleistocene-Holocene amphibians from Okinawajima Island in the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan: Reconfirmed faunal endemicity and the Holocene range collapse of forest-dwelling species (2015)

PE18.1.2A Angiosperm pollen grains from the Cuayuca Formation (Late Eocene to Early Oligocene), Puebla, Mexico (2015)

PE 18.1.3A Illustrated guide to Pliocene foraminifera from Miyakojima, Ryukyu Island Arc, with comments on biostratigraphy (2015)

PE 18.1.4A A new species of Dactylolabis (Idiolabis) Alexander, 1931 from the Eocene Baltic amber and its relationships among Dactylolabinae (Diptera: Limoniidae) (2015)

PE 18.1.5A An ameghinornithid-like bird (Aves, Cariamae, ?Ameghinornithidae) from the early Oligocene of Egypt (2015)

PE 18.1.6A Chancelloriids of the Cambrian Burgess Shale (2015)

PE 18.1.7A Neoichnology of the burrowing spiders Gorgyrella inermis (Mygalomorphae: Idiopidae) and Hogna lenta (Araneomorphae: Lycosidae) (2015)

PE 18.1.8A Soft-tissue anatomy of the Plesiosaur pectoral girdle inferred from basal Eosauropterygia taxa and the extant phylogenetic bracket (2015)

PE 18.1.9A New genus of primitive wombat (Vombatidae, Marsupialia) from Miocene deposits in the Riversleigh World Heritage Area (Queensland, Australia) (2015)

PE 18.1.10A Insights into the controversy over materials data for the comparison of biomechanical performance in vertebrates (2015)

PE 18.1.11A Identification of fossilized eggshells from the Taung hominin locality, Taung, Northwest Province, South Africa (2015)

PE 18.1.12A Dimorphism in Quaternary Scelidotheriinae (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Phyllophaga) (2015)

PE 18.1.13A New Curculioninae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Dominican amber (2015)

PE 18.1.14A Visualizing the fluid flow through the complex skeletonized respiratory structures of a blastoid echinoderm (2015)

PE 18.1.15A Two new species of Pseudaetobatus Cappetta, 1986 (Batoidei: Myliobatidae) from the southeastern United States (2015)

PE 18.1.16A Latiblattella avita sp. nov. (Blattaria: Ectobiidae) from the Eocene Kishenehn Formation, Montana, USA (2015)

PE 18.1.17A Taxonomy, ecology and biogeographical trends of dominant benthic foraminifera species from an Atlantic-Mediterranean estuary (the Guadiana, southeast Portugal) (2015)

PE 18.1.18A Description of the stylohyal bone of a giant sloth (Lestodon armatus) (2015)

PE 18.1.19A Middle-Late Permian (Murgabian-Djulfian) foraminifers of the northern Maku area (western Azerbaijan, Iran) (2015)

PE 18.1.20A Reassessment of 'Plesiosaurus' megacephalus (Sauropterygia: Plesiosauria) from the Triassic-Jurassic boundary, UK (2015)

PE 18.1.21A Late Early Permian (late Leonardian; Kungurian) algae, microproblematica, and smaller foraminifers from the Yeso Group and San Andres Formation (New Mexico; USA) (2015)

PE 18.2.22A Bathyal ostracods from the Santa Maria di Leuca deep–water coral province (northern Ionian Sea) (2015)

PE 18.2.23A A new Oligo-Miocene dolphin from New Zealand: Otekaikea huata expands diversity of the early Platanistoidea (2015)

PE 18.2.24A A shelduck coracoid (Aves: Anseriformes: Tadorna) from the arid early Pleistocene of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China (2015)

PE 18.2.25A New material and evaluation of the chronostratigraphic position of Daphoenictis tedfordi (Mammalia, Carnivora, Amphicyonidae), a cat-like carnivoran from the latest Eocene of northwestern Nebraska, USA (2015)

PE 18.2.26A Burrowing and mud-mound building life habits of fiddler crab Uca lactea in the Bay of Bengal coast, India and their geological and geotechnical importance (2015)

PE 18.2.27A Fossil Mysticeti from the Pleistocene of Santa Maria Island, Azores (Northeast Atlantic Ocean), and the prevalence of fossil cetaceans on oceanic islands (2015)

PE 18.2.28A Exceptional crocodylomorph biodiversity of "La Cantalera" site (lower Barremian; Lower Cretaceous) in Teruel, Spain (2015)

PE 18.2.29A The first plesiosaurian (Sauropterygia, Pliosauridae) remains described from the Jurassic of Poland (2015)

PE 18.2.30A Small hyotheriine suids (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the late early Miocene of Turkey and a short overview of early Miocene small suoids in the Old World (2015)

PE 18.2.31A Dinosaur tracks from the Langenberg Quarry (Late Jurassic, Germany) reconstructed with historical photogrammetry: Evidence for large theropods soon after insular dwarfism (2015)

PE 18.2.32A The first fossil skull of Chelus (Pleurodira: Chelidae, Matamata turtle) from the early Miocene of Colombia (2015)

PE 18.2.33A New representative of the family Panorpodidae (Insecta, Mecoptera) from Eocene Baltic Amber with a key to fossil species of genus Panorpodes (2015)

PE 18.2.34A First description of in situ primate and faunal remains from the Plio-Pleistocene Drimolen Makondo palaeocave infill, Gauteng, South Africa (2015)

PE 18.2.35A Osteohistology of the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation ornithuromorph (Aves) Iteravis huchzermeyeri (2015)

PE 18.2.36A An assemblage of lizards from the Early Cretaceous of Japan (2015)

PE 18.2.37A The cranial anatomy of Tenontosaurus tilletti Ostrom, 1970 (Dinosauria, Ornithopoda) (2015)

PE 18.2.38A Neogene Benthic Foraminifera from the southern Bering Sea (IODP Expedition 323) (2015)

PE 18.2.39A Paleocene fishes from Palenque, Chiapas, southeastern Mexico (2015)

PE 18.2.40A Findings of Daphnia (Ctenodaphnia) Dybowski et Grochowski (Branchiopoda: Cladocera) in Cenozoic volcanogenic lakes in Germany, with discussion of their indicator value (2015)

PE 18.2.41A A new Miocene deep-sea chiton and early evidence for Teredinidae-sustained wood-fall communities (2015)

PE 18.2.42A Talpa fossilis or Talpa europaea? Using geometric morphometrics and allometric trajectories of humeral moles remains from Hungary to answer a taxonomic debate  (2015)

PE 18.2.43A Neoichnology of the eastern spadefoot toad, Scaphiopus holbrookii (Anura: Scaphiopodidae): criteria for recognizing anuran burrows in the fossil record (2015)

PE 18.2.44A Articulated bone sets of manus and pedes of Camarasaurus (Sauropoda, Dinosauria) (2015)

PE 18.3.45A Evidence for unusual size dimorphism in a fossil ailurid (2015)

PE 18.3.46A Conicocassis, a new genus of Arcellinina (testate lobose amoebae) (2015)

PE 18.3.47A New plant fossil records and paleoclimate analyses of the late Pliocene Citronelle Formation flora, U.S. Gulf Coast (2015)

PE 18.3.48A An outline of the European Quaternary localities with freshwater gastropods: Data on geography and updated stratigraphy (2015)

PE 18.3.49A Elongated theropod tracks from the Cretaceous Apenninic Carbonate Platform of southern Latium (central Italy) (2015)

PE 18.3.50A Reappraisal of the primitive crab Eodromites, with description of three new species from European localities (Decapoda: Brachyura: Goniodromitidae) (2015)

PE 18.3.51A Two new and disparate fossil bee flies (Bombyliidae: Anthracinae) from the Americas and reassessment of Anthrax dentoni Lewis, 1969 (2015)

PE18.3.52A A new member of the family Plotopteridae (Aves) from the late Oligocene of British Columbia, Canada (2015)

PE 18.3.53A Late Jurassic jaw bones of Halecomorph fish (Actinopterygii: Halecomorphi) studied with X-ray microcomputed tomography (2015)

PE 18.3.54A Application of shell spiral deviation methodology to fossil brachiopods: Implications for obtaining specimen ontogenetic ages (2015)


2015 Technical Articles

PE 18.1.1T Imaging of the inner structure of cave bear teeth by novel non-destructive techniques (2015)

PE 18.1.2T Heterochrony in helicoid spiral cones: a computer model for demonstrating heterochronic evolution (2015)

PE 18.1.3T Synopsis of European Neogene freshwater gastropod localities: updated stratigraphy and geography (2015)

PE 18.2.4T Challenges encountered during acid resin transfer preparation of fossil fish from Monte Bolca, Italy (2015)

PE 18.2.5T Coupling finite element analysis and multibody system dynamics for biological research (2015)

PE 18.2.6T A novel application of the white light/fringe projection duo: recovering high precision three-dimensional images from fossils for the digital preservation of morphology (2015)

PE 18.3.7T A simulation-based examination of residual diversity estimates as a method of correcting for sampling bias (2015)


2015 Fossil Calibration

PE 18.1.1FC Constraints on the timescale of animal evolutionary history (2015)

PE 18.1.2FC Fossil calibration of Magnoliidae, an ancient lineage of angiosperms (2015)

PE 18.1.3FC Phylogenetically vetted and stratigraphically constrained fossil calibrations within Aves (2015)

PE 18.1.4FC Sixteen vetted fossil calibrations for divergence dating of Charadriiformes (Aves, Neognathae) (2015)

PE 18.1.5FC Four mammal fossil calibrations: balancing competing palaeontological and molecular considerations (2015)

PE 18.1.6FC Fossil calibration dates for molecular phylogenetic analysis of snakes 1: Serpentes, Alethinophidia, Boidae, Pythonidae (2015)

PE 18.1.7FC Five well-supported fossil calibrations within the "Waterbird" assemblage (Tetrapoda, Aves) (2015)


2015 Commentaries

PE 18.1.1E Commentary: Fossil Calibration Database (2015)

PE 18.2.2E Palaeontologia Electronica in an increasingly open-access world (2015)

PE 18.2.3E The Digital Atlas of Ancient Life: delivering information on paleontology and biogeography via the web (2015)

PE 18.3.4E The database: Concept and status (2015)



PE 19.1.1A Australo-Papuan treecreepers (Passeriformes: Climacteridae) and a new species of sittella (Neosittidae: Daphoenositta) from the Miocene of Australia (2016)

PE 19.1.2A Riparian and valley-margin hardwood species of pre-colonial Piedmont forests: A preliminary study of subfossil leaves from White Clay Creek, southeastern Pennsylvania, USA (2016)

PE 19.1.3A Morphological variations in Cycloclypeus carpenteri: Multiple embryos and multiple equatorial layers (2016) 

PE 19.1.4A Late Devonian and Early Carboniferous chondrichthyans from the Fairfield Group, Canning Basin, Western Australia (2016)

PE 19.1.5A Positive allometry for exaggerated structures in the ceratopsian dinosaur Protoceratops andrewsi supports socio-sexual signaling (2016)

PE 19.1.6A What nymphal morphology can tell us about parental investment – a group of cockroach hatchlings in Baltic amber documented by a multi-method approach (2016)

19.1.7A First bird footprints from the lower Miocene Lerín Formation, Ebro Basin, Spain (2016)

PE 19.1.8A A new species of Echinolittorina Habe, 1956 (Gastropoda: Littorinidae) from the Quaternary of Chile (2016)

PE 19.1.9A New data on Eulipotyphla (Insectivora, Mammalia) from the Late Miocene to the Middle Pleistocene of Ukraine (2016)

PE 19.1.10A The diplacanthid fishes (Acanthodii, Diplacanthiformes, Diplacanthidae) from the Middle Devonian of Scotland (2016)

PE 19.1.11A Fossil clitellate annelid cocoons and their microbiological inclusions from the Eocene of Seymour Island, Antarctica (2016)

PE 19.1.12A The oldest species of the relic extant genus Mesochria from Eocene Fushun amber of China (Diptera: Anisopodidae: Mycetobiinae (2016)

PE 19.2.13A Upper Pleistocene blow flies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) trapped in fossilized crania of large mammals discovered from gravel pits in the Rhine rift valley from Hesse (Germany) (2016)

PE 19.2.14A Intraspecific variation in fossil vertebrate populations: Fossil killifishes (Actinopterygii: Cyprinodontiformes) from the Oligocene of Central Europe (2016)

PE 19.2.15A Bryozoan fauna from the Permian (Artinskian-Kungurian) Zhongba Formation of southwestern Tibet (2016)

PE 19.2.16A Pleistocene Bovidae (Mammalia) from Malapa, Gauteng Province, South Africa (2016)

PE 19.2.17A New dental material and redescription of Agerinia roselli (Primates, Adapiformes) from Les Saleres (early Eocene, NE Iberian Peninsula) (2016)

PE 19.2.18A Towards the diversity of non-biting midges of the tribe Tanytarsini from Eocene Baltic amber (Diptera: Chironomidae) (2016)

PE 19.2.19A Ataxioceras (Ataxioceras) lopeztichae Cantú-Chapa, 1991: Updating the systematic and palaeobiogeographic interpretation (2016)

PE 19.2.20A Unveiling trampling history through trackway interferences and track preservational features: a case study from the Bletterbach gorge (Redagno, Western Dolomites, Italy) (2016)

PE 19.2.21A New basal dinosauromorph records from the Dockum Group of Texas (2016)

PE 19.2.22A A fossil dung midge in Mexican amber (Diptera: Scatopsidae) (2016)

PE 19.2.23A Redescription of the argyrolagid Microtragulus bolivianus (Metatheria, Polydolopimorphia, Bonapartheriiformes) based on new remains from Northwestern Argentina

PE 19.2.24A New Anthribidae (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) in Dominican and Mexican ambers (2016)

PE 19.2.25A New and little known crane-fly species of the genera Helius, Elephantomyia and Toxorhina (Diptera, Limoniidae) from Dominican and Mexican amber (2016)

PE 19.2.26A New Anthribidae (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) in Dominican and Mexican ambers (2016)

PE 19.2.27A Mammals from the earliest Uintan (middle Eocene) Turtle Bluff Member, Bridger Formation, southwestern Wyoming, USA, Part 1: Primates and Rodentia (2016)

PE 19.2.28A An Early Neogene Elasmobranch fauna from the southern Caribbean (Western Venezuela) (2016)

PE 19.2.29A A new megalosaurid theropod dinosaur from the late Middle Jurassic (Callovian) of north-western Germany: Implications for theropod evolution and faunal turnover in the Jurassic (2016)

PE 19.3.30A Big-headed marine crocodyliforms and why we must be cautious when using extant species as body length proxies for long-extinct relatives (2016)

PE 19.3.31A Biting midges (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in Fushun amber reveal further biotic links between Asia and Europe during the Eocene (2016)

PE 19.3.32A Patterns of diet and body mass of large ungulates from the Pleistocene of Western Europe, and their relation to vegetation (2016)

PE 19.3.33A First fossil of Cylindrostethinae (Heteroptera: Gerromorpha: Gerridae) in the Paleocene of Menat, France (2016)

PE 19.3.34A Late Cenozoic catfishes of Southeastern Europe with inference to their taxonomy and palaeogeography (2016)

PE 19.3.35A New dragonflies and damselflies from Middle Miocene deposits in SW Bulgaria (Insecta: Odonata) (2016)

PE 19.3.36A A night heron (Ciconiiformes, Ardeidae) and a stork (Ciconiidae) from the Pliocene of Myanmar (Burma) (2016)

PE 19.3.37A Oligocene ruminants from the Kızılırmak Formation, Çankırı-Çorum Basin, Central Anatolia, Turkey (2016)

PE 19.3.38A Deciduous dentition and dental eruption sequence of Bothriogenys fraasi (Anthracotheriidae, Artiodactyla) from the Fayum Depression, Egypt (2016)

PE 19.3.39A Graphic correlation of the upper Eifelian to lower Frasnian (Middle-Upper Devonian) conodont sequences in the Spanish Central Pyrenees and comparison with composite standards from other areas (2016)

PE 19.3.40A Ephippia belonging to Ceriodaphnia Dana, 1853 (Cladocera: Anomopoda: Daphniidae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Australia (2016)

PE 19.3.41A New fossils of Hyaenodonta (Mammalia) from the Eocene localities of Chambi (Tunisia) and Bir el Ater (Algeria), and the evolution of the earliest African hyaenodonts (2016)

PE 19.3.42A  Non-linear ontogenetic shape change in Cryptolithus tesselatus (Trilobita) using three-dimensional geometric morphometrics (2016)

PE 19.3.43A New palynological evidence for the age of the Beda Formation, Sirte Basin, Libya (2016)

PE 19.3.44A First report of Quaternary mammals from the Qalehjough area, Lut Desert, Eastern Iran (2016)

PE 19.3.45A Three new species of the genus Tanidromites (Decapoda: Brachyura: Tanidromitidae) from the Late Jurassic (Oxfordian) of Poland (2016)

PE 19.3.46A Non-destructive analysis of in situ ammonoid jaws by synchrotron radiation X-ray micro-computed tomography (2016)

PE 19.3.47A Pteropoda (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Thecosomata) from the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (United States Atlantic Coastal Plain) (2016)

PE 19.3.48A The late Miocene caimanine fauna (Crocodylia: Alligatoroidea) of the Urumaco Formation, Venezuela (2016)

PE 19.3.49A A new skull of the fossil porpoise Numataphocoena yamashitai (Cetacea: Phocoenidae) from the upper part of the Horokaoshirarika Formation (lower Pliocene), Numata Town, Hokkaido, Japan, and its phylogenetic position (2016)

PE 19.3.50A First comprehensive morphological analysis on the metapodials of Giraffidae (2016)

PE 19.3.51A Fruits, seeds and flowers from the Bovay and Bolden clay pits (early Eocene Tallahatta Formation, Claiborne Group), northern Mississippi, USA (2016)

PE 19.3.52A Evolutionary convergence in conodonts revealed by Synchrotron-based Tomographic Microscopy (2016)

PE 19.3.53A Eekaulostomus cuevasae gen. and sp. nov., an ancient armored trumpetfish (Aulostomoidea) from Danian (Paleocene) marine deposits of Belisario Domínguez, Chiapas, southeastern Mexico (2016)

PE 19.3.54A Condylura (Mammalia, Talpidae) reloaded: New insights about the fossil representatives of the genus (2016)

PE 19.3.55A The first fossil New World Dixidae with a critical discussion of generic definitions (2016)

PE 19.3.56A Nannotanyderinae: a new subfamily of Tanyderidae (Diptera) (2016)


2016 Technical Articles 

PE19.1.1T Using X-ray computed tomography analysis tools to compare the skeletal element morphology of fossil and modern frog (Anura) species (2016)

PE 19.2.2T Accounting for differences in element size and homogeneity when comparing Finite Element models: Armadillos as a case study (2016)

PE 19.3.3T Picking up the pieces: the digital reconstruction of a destroyed holotype from its serial section drawings (2016)

PE 19.3.4T Digitization workflows for paleontology collections (2016)

PE 19.3.5T Multispectral and colour imaging systems for the detection of small vertebrate fossils: A preliminary study (2016)


2016 Fossil Calibration

PE 19.1.1FC How to date a dragonfly: Fossil calibrations for odonates (2016)

PE 19.2.2FC Fossil calibration dates for molecular phylogenetic analysis of snakes 2: Caenophidia, Colubroidea, Elapoidea, Colubridae (2016)


2016 Commentaries and Reviews

PE 19.2.1E Amateur paleontological societies and fossil clubs, interactions with professional paleontologists, and social paleontology in the United States (2016)

PE 19.1.2R The Bare Bones (2016)

PE 19.2.2R Biology and Evolution of Crocodylians (2016)



PE 20.1.1A Large-sized species of Ctenodactylidae from the Valley of Lakes (Mongolia): An update on dental morphology, biostratigraphy and paleobiogeography (2017)

PE 20.1.2A Rereading a tree-ring database to illustrate depositional histories of subfossil trees (2017)

PE 20.1.3A 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 (2017)

PE 20.1.4A Eocene/Oligocene deep-water agglutinated foraminifers (DWAF) assemblages from the Madonie Mountains (Sicily, Southern Italy) (2017)

PE 20.1.5A A remarkably well-preserved terrestrial isopod (Peracarida: Isopoda: Armadillidiidae) from the upper Oligocene of Hungary, with remarks on the oniscidean taphonomy (2017)

PE 20.1.6A Draconisella mortoni sp. nov., a Mizzia-like Dasycladalean alga from the Lower Cretaceous of Oman (2017)

PE 20.1.7A Patterns of craniofacial variation and taxonomic diversity in the South African Cercopithecidae fossil record (2017)

PE 20.1.8A The oldest record of gnathostome fossils from Greece: Chondrichthyes from the Lopingian of Hydra Island (2017) 

PE 20.1.9A Apatemyids (Mammalia, Apatotheria) from the middle Chadronian (late Eocene) of Sioux County, Nebraska, USA (2017)

PE 20.1.10A Late Messinian mollusks and vertebrates from Moncucco Torinese, north-western Italy. Paleoecological and paleoclimatological implications (2017)

PE 20.1.11A Pleistocene cave hyenas in the Iberian Peninsula: New insights from Los Aprendices cave (Moncayo, Zaragoza) (2017)

PE 20.1.12A A new genus and species of Muridae (Rodentia) from the Quaternary deposits of the Denizli Basin, South-western Turkey (2017)

PE 20.1.13A A new species of Eutatus Gervais (Xenarthra, Dasypodidae) from the Late Pleistocene of the Northern Pampean Region, Argentina (2017)

PE 20.1.14A The Erymnochelys group of turtles (Pleurodira, Podocnemididae) in the Eocene of Europe: New taxa and paleobiogeographical implications (2017)

PE 20.1.15A The genera Architipula Handlirsch, 1906 and Grimmenia Krzemiński and Zessin, 1990 (Diptera: Limoniidae) from the Lower Jurassic of England (2017)

PE 20.1.16A New species of Deinogalerix (Mammalia, Eulipotyphla) from the late Miocene of Scontrone (Abruzzo, central Italy) (2017)

PE 20.1.17A Re-evaluation of the very large Eomellivora fricki (Pia, 1939) (Carnivora, Mustelidae, Mellivorinae) from the Late Miocene of Austria (2017)

PE 20.1.18A Biases in the study of relationships between biodiversity dynamics and fluctuation of environmental conditions (2017)

PE 20.1.19A Late middle Eocene caviomorph rodents from Contamana, Peruvian Amazonia (2017)

PE 20.2.20A First early Eocene lizards from Spain and a study of the compositional changes between late Mesozoic and early Cenozoic Iberian lizard assemblages (2017)

PE 20.2.21A Five new species from the subfamily Entiminae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Dominican amber (2017)

PE 20.2.22A Morphology and sediment deformation of downslope Brasilichnium trackways on a dune slipface in the Nugget Sandstone of northeastern Utah, USA (2017)

PE 20.2.23A Reconstruction of the musculoskeletal system in an extinct lion (2017)

PE 20.2.24A The first Eocene rodents from the Pacific Northwest, USA (2017)

PE 20.2.25A A new species of jerboa (Mammalia, Rodentia, Allactaga) from the late Miocene of Ukraine (2017)

PE 20.2.26A New material of Alierasaurus ronchii (Synapsida, Caseidae) from the Permian of Sardinia (Italy), and its phylogenetic affinities (2017)

PE 20.2.27A Upper Jurassic sauropod record in the Lusitanian Basin (Portugal): Geographical and lithostratigraphical distribution (2017)

PE 20.2.28A New insights on Tournaisian–Visean (Carboniferous, Mississippian) athyridide, orthotetide, rhynchonellide, and strophomenide brachiopods from southern Belgium (2017)

PE 20.2.29A 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 (2017)

PE 20.2.30A The dentition of Carodnia vieirai (Mammalia: Xenungulata): enamel microstructure and mastication pattern (2017)

PE 20.2.31A Ademosynidae (Insecta: Coleoptera): A new concept for a coleopteran key taxon and its phylogenetic affinities to the extant suborders (2017)

PE 20.2.32A New records of the Bryozoan Metrarabdotos from the Pirabas Formation (Lower Miocene), Pará State, Brazil (2017)

PE 20.2.33A Revision of so-called Pomatoschistus (Gobiiformes, Teleostei) from the late Eocene and early Oligocene (2017)

PE 20.2.34A An exceptionally well-preserved skeleton of Thomashuxleya externa (Mammalia, Notoungulata), from the Eocene of Patagonia, Argentina (2017)

PE 20.2.35A Pleistocene to Holocene benthic foraminiferal assemblages from the Peruvian continental margin (2017)

PE 20.2.36A Two pelobatid frogs from the late Miocene of Caucasus (Russia) (2017)

PE 20.2.37A The taxonomic status of the genus Hubertoceras Spath: A new light on sexual dimorphism from the Callovian ammonites of Kutch, India (2017)

PE 20.2.38A The late Maastrichtian Belemnella kazimiroviensis group (Cephalopoda, Coleoidea) in the Middle Vistula valley (Poland) and the Maastricht area (the Netherlands, Belgium) – taxonomy and palaeobiological implications (2017)

PE 20.2.39A Telychian (Llandovery, Silurian) conodonts from the LaPorte City Formation of eastern Iowa, USA (East-Central Iowa Basin) and their implications for global Telychian conodont biostratigraphic correlation (2017)

PE 20.2.40A Hidden subsurface garden on own faeces — the trace fossil Tubulichnium rectum (Fischer-Ooster, 1858) from the Cretaceous-Palaeogene deep-sea sediments (2017)

PE 20.2.41A A revision of European Plesiosminthus (Rodentia, Dipodidae), and new material from the upper Oligocene of Teruel (Spain) (2017)

PE 20.2.42A First record of extinct Paraconularia (Cnidaria, Scyphozoa) from Tethyan sequence (Upper Permian) of Spiti valley, Himachal Himalaya, India (2017)

PE 20.3.43A A new multi-faceted framework for deciphering diplodocid ontogeny (2017)

PE 20.3.44A Bessarabian (Tortonian, Late Miocene) fish otoliths from a transitional freshwater-brackish environment of Mykhailivka, Southern Ukraine (2017)



2017 Technical Articles

PE 20.1.1T RNames, a stratigraphical database designed for the statistical analysis of fossil occurrences – the Ordovician diversification as a case study (2017)

PE 20.1.2T Methods for isolation and quantification of microfossil fish teeth and elasmobranch dermal denticles (ichthyoliths) from marine sediments (2017)

PE20.2.3T 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 (2017)


2017 Fossil Calibration Articles

PE20.3.1FC Fossil calibrations for the cockroach phylogeny (Insecta, Dictyoptera, Blattodea), comments on the use of wings for their identification, and a redescription of the oldest Blaberidae


2017 Commentaries

PE 20.1.1E Twenty Years Online! A brief history of Palaeontologia Electronica (2017) 

PE 20.2.2E Palaeontologia Electronica needs your help! (2017)

PE 20.2.3E Should the terms 'basal taxon' and 'transitional taxon' be extinguished from cladistic studies with extinct organisms? (2017)

PE 20.3.4E The environmental and socially engaged palaeontologist - suggestions for action at conferences and beyond (2017)


2017 PE Notes

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


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