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The use of new web technologies for the analysis, preservation, and outreach of paleontological information and its application to La Rioja (Spain) paleontological heritage

José M. Valle Melón, Álvaro Rodríguez Miranda, Félix Pérez-Lorente, and Angélica Torices

Article number: 22.1.1T
https://doi.org/10.26879/918
Copyright Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, February  2019

 
 

829 tocMating moths (Tineidae, Ditrysia, Lepidoptera) preserved as frozen behavior inclusion in Baltic Amber (Eocene)

Thilo C. Fischer and Marie K. Hörnig

Article number: 22.1.7
https://doi.org/10.26879/829
Copyright Paleontological Society, February  2019

 
 

855 tocFirst fossil harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones) from Spain and notes on the fossil record of Opiliones

Lorena Palencia, Enrique Peñalver, Carlos E. Prieto, and Francisco José Poyato-Ariza

Article number: 22.1.5
https://doi.org/10.26879/855
Copyright Paleontological Society, February 2019

 

927 tocaBozorgnites nom. nov. and Crassispirellina nom. nov.: New names for the preoccupied foraminiferal genera Bozorgniella and Crassispirella

Daniel Vachard, François Le Coze, Pedro Cózar, and Jérémie Gaillot

Article number: 22.1.4
https://doi.org/10.26879/927
Copyright Paleontological Society, January 2019

 

914 tocLate Pleistocene insects from the Dubrovino site at Ob River (West Siberia, Russia) and their paleoenvironmental significance

Anna A. Gurina, Roman Yu. Dudko, Sergey E. Tshernyshev, Eugeny V. Zinovyev, and Andrei A. Legalov

Article number: 22.1.3
https://doi.org/10.26879/914
Copyright Paleontological Society, January 2019

 
 

899 tocThe 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

 
 

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