Volume 21, Issue 3
September–December 2018

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ISSN: 1094-8074, web version; 1935-3952, print version

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The use of aerial and close-range photogrammetry in the study of dinosaur tracksites: Lower Cretaceous (upper Aptian/lower Albian) Molfetta ichnosite (Apulia, southern Italy)

Fabio Massimo Petti, Marco Petruzzelli, Jacopo Conti, Luigi Spalluto, Alexander Wagensommer, Massimiliano Lamendola, Roberto Francioso, Giovanni Montrone, Luisa Sabato, and Marcello Tropeano

Article number: 21.3.3T
https://doi.org/10.26879/845
Copyright Paleontological Society, September 2018

Drilling predation traces on recent limpets from northern Patagonia, Argentina

Fernando M. Archuby and Sandra Gordillo

Article number: 21.3.36A
https://doi.org/10.26879/620
Copyright Palaeontological Association, September 2018

Paleoparasitology in Russia, history and prospects

Natalia V. Serdyuk

Article number: 21.3.35A
https://doi.org/10.26879/826
Copyright Paleontological Society, September 2018

Early Cretaceous angiosperm leaves from the Dakota Formation, Hoisington III locality, Kansas, USA

Hongshan Wang and David L. Dilcher

Article number: 21.3.34A
https://doi.org/10.26879/841
Copyright Palaeontological Association, September 2018

Articulated avian remains from the early Oligocene of Poland adds to our understanding of Passerine evolution

Zbigniew M. Bochenski, Teresa Tomek, Krzysztof Wertz, Johannes Happ, Małgorzata Bujoczek, and Ewa Swidnicka

Article number: 21.2.32A
https://doi.org/10.26879/843
Copyright Paleontological Society, August 2018

Terrestrial Conservation Lagerstätten: Windows in the evolution of Life on Land

Review by Alexander K. Hastings

Article number: 21.1.2R
March 2018

Topics in Paleobiology: Cetacean Paleobiology

Review by Ashley W. Poust

Article number: 21.1.1R
January 2018

Paleontologia Electronica is still number one for new open access fossil species

Andrew M. Bush, Julien Louys, and Jennifer Pattison Rumford

Article number: 20.3.5E
https://doi.org/10.26879/175E
Copyright Coquina Press, December 2017

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The oldest specialized tetrapod herbivore: A new eupelycosaur from the Permian of New Mexico, USA

Spencer G. Lucas, Larry F. Rinehart, and Matthew D. Celeskey

Article number: 21.3.39
https://doi.org/10.26879/899
Copyright Paleontological Society, November 2018

Further contributions to the early Miocene forest vegetation of the Galatian Volcanic Province, Turkey

N. Neslihan Acarca Bayam, Ünal Akkemik, Imogen Poole, and Ferdi Akarsu

Article number: 21.3.40
https://doi.org/10.26879/816
Copyright Paleontological Society, December 2018

Holocene benthic foraminiferal and ostracod assemblages in a paleo-hydrothermal vent system of Campi Flegrei (Campania, South Italy)

Giuseppe Aiello, Diana Barra, Roberta Parisi, Roberto Isaia, and Aldo Marturano

Article number: 21.3.41A
https://doi.org/10.26879/835
Copyright Paleontological Society, November 2018