Volume 22, Issue 2
May–August 2019

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

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Early Cambrian Small Shelly Fossils from northwest Mexico: Biostratigraphic implications for Laurentia

Léa Devaere, Sébastien Clausen, Jesús Porfirio Sosa-Leon, Juan José Palafox-Reyes, Blanca Estela Buitrón-Sánchez, and Daniel Vachard

Article number: 22.2.41
Copyright Paleontological Society, July 2019

Preliminary investigation of a diverse megafossil floral assemblage from the middle Miocene of southern Mississippi, USA

Daniel M. McNair, Debra Z. Stults, Brian Axsmith, Mac H. Alford, and James E. Starnes

Article number: 22.2.40
Copyright Paleontological Society, July 2019

Reaching across the ocean of time: A midge morphotype from the Cretaceous of Gondwana found in the Eocene Baltic amber

Viktor Baranov, Christel Hoffeins, Hans-Werner Hoffeins, and Joachim T. Haug

Article number: 22.2.38
Copyright Paleontological Society, June 2019

The antiarch fish Asterolepis orcadensis from the Scottish Middle Devonian

Michael Newman, Jan den Blaauwen, and David Leather

Article number: 22.2.37
Copyright Palaeontological Association, June 2019

First mesonychid from the Clarno Formation (Eocene) of Oregon, USA

Selina V. Robson, Nicholas A. Famoso, Edward Byrd Davis, and Samantha S.B. Hopkins

Article number: 22.2.35
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, June 2019

Reaffirming the Palaeontologia Electronica brand: A note on changes to publication priorities

Andrew M. Bush, Julien Louys, Laura A.B. Wilson, and Jennifer Pattison Rumford

Article number: 22.1.1E
Copyright Coquina Press, March 2019

God’s Word or Human Reason? An Inside Perspective on Creationism

Review by Philip J. Senter

Article number: 22.1.2R
March 2019

The Palaeoartist’s Handbook: Recreating prehistoric animals in art

Review by Matthew D. Celeskey

Article number: 22.1.1R
February 2019

In Press Articles
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Aloisalthella, a new genus of fossil Polyphysacean green algae (Chlorophyta, Dasycladales), with notes on the genus Clypeina (Michelin, 1845)

Bruno R.C. Granier and Alexandre Lethiers

Article number: 22.2.44
Copyright Palaeontological Association, July 2019

A reassessment of the osteology of Mourasuchus amazonensis Price, 1964 with comments on the taxonomy of the species

Giovanne M. Cidade, Douglas Riff, Jonas P. de Souza-Filho, and Annie Schmaltz Hsiou

Article number: 22.2.45
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, July 2019

Dissorophid diversity at the early Permian cave system near Richards Spur, Oklahoma, USA

Bryan M. Gee, Joseph J. Bevitt, and Robert R. Reisz

Article number: 22.2.46
Copyright Palaeontological Association, August 2019

Shark-cetacean trophic interactions during the late Pliocene in the Central Eastern Pacific (Panama)

Dirley Cortés, Carlos De Gracia, Jorge D. Carrillo-Briceño, Gabriel Aguirre-Fernández, Carlos Jaramillo, Aldo Benites-Palomino, and Joaquín Enrique Atencio Araúz

Article number: 22.2.47
Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, August 2019

A new skull of Decennatherium rex Ríos, Sánchez and Morales, 2017 from Batallones-4 (upper Vallesian, MN10, Madrid, Spain)

María Ríos and Jorge Morales

Article number: 22.2.svc_1
Copyright Paleontological Society, August 2019

Lower Jurassic corals from Morocco with skeletal structures convergent with those of Paleozoic rugosan corals

Raphaël Vasseur, Simon Boivin, Bernard Lathuilière, Iuliana Lazar, Christophe Durlet, Rowan-Clare Martindale, Stéphane Bodin, and Khalid Elhmidi

Article number: 22.2.48
Copyright Paleontological Society, August 2019

New species of Kromtitis Müller, 1984 (Decapoda: Brachyura: Dynomenidae) from the Eocene of Iberian Peninsula

Àlex Ossó

Article number: 22.2.49
Copyright Paleontological Society, August 2019

Yakhtashian (Artinskian–Early Kungurian) cyanobacteria and calcareous algae from the Carnic Alps (Austria/Italy)

Karl Krainer, Daniel Vachard, and Maria Schaffhauser

Article number: 22.2.50
Copyright Paleontological Society, August 2019

Diptera of the middle Eocene Kishenehn Formation.
I. Documentation of diversity at the family level

Dale E. Greenwalt, Daniel J. Bickel, Peter H. Kerr, Gregory R. Curler, Brian V. Brown, Herman de Jong, Scott J. Fitzgerald, Torsten Dikow, Michal Tkoč, Christian Kehlmaier, and Dalton De Souza Amorim

Article number: 22.2.51
Copyright Paleontological Society, August 2019