274 tocIdealized landmark-based geometric reconstructionsof poorly preserved fossil material:
A case study of an early tetrapod vertebra

Julia L. Molnar, Stephanie E. Pierce, Jennifer A. Clack, and John R. Hutchinson

Article number: 15.1.2T
https://doi.org/10.26879/274
Copyright Palaeontological Association, February 2012

 
 

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New horizons for electronic paleontology: Forward in all directions

Commentary by P. David Polly

Commentary Number: 15.1.1E
https://doi.org/10.26879/121
Published January 2012

 

Peruvian footstepsPaleontology in Peru: just beginning

Commentary by Carlos A. Vildoso Morales

Commentary Number: 15.2.3E
https://doi.org/10.26879/123
Published August 2012

 

Commentary table of contents imagePaleontology in France: 200 years in the footsteps of Cuvier and Lamarck

Commentary by Thomas Servais, Pierre-Olivier Antoine, Taniel Danelian, Bertrand Lefebvre, and Brigitte Meyer-Berthaud

Commentary Number: 15.1.2E
https://doi.org/10.26879/122
Published January 2012

 

253 tocA taxonomic revision of orthosternous scorpions from the English Coal-measures aided by X-ray Micro-Tomography (XMT)

David A. Legg, Russell J. Garwood, Jason A. Dunlop, and Mark D. Sutton

Article number: 15.2.14A
https://doi.org/10.26879/253
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2012

 

268 tocThe enigmatic arthropod Camptophyllia

Russell J. Garwood and Mark D. Sutton

Article number: 15.2.15A
https://doi.org/10.26879/268
Copyright Palaeontological Association, April 2012

 

271 tocA taxonomic guide to modern benthic shelf foraminifera of the western Mediterranean Sea

Yvonne Milker and Gerhard Schmiedl

Article number: 15.2.16A
https://doi.org/10.26879/271
Copyright Paleontological Society, May 2012

 
 

321 tocMore “dinosaur” and “pterosaur” rock art that isn’t

Phil Senter

Article number: 15.2.22A
https://doi.org/10.26879/321
Copyright Palaeontological Association, July 2012

 

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