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

Phil Senter

Article number: 15.2.22A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, July 2012


313 tocExceptionally preserved nauplius larvae from the Devonian Windyfield chert, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Carolin Haug, Joachim T. Haug, Stephen R. Fayers, Nigel H. Trewin, Christopher Castellani, Dieter Waloszek, and Andreas Maas

Article number: 15.2.24A

Copyright Palaeontological Association, August 2012


288 tocImaging the inner ear in fossil mammals: High-resolution CT scanning and 3-D virtual reconstructions

Xijun Ni, John J. Flynn, and André R. Wyss

Article number: 15.2.18A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, May 2012


297 toc

Experimental fluid mechanics of an Ediacaran frond

Amy Singer, Roy Plotnick, and Marc Laflamme

Article number: 15.2.19A
Copyright Paleontological Society, June 2012


301 tocGenetic analysis of cave bear specimens from Niedźwiedzia Cave, Sudetes, Poland

Mateusz Baca, Anna Stankovic, Krzysztof Stefaniak, Adrian Marciszak, Michael Hofreiter, Adam Nadachowski, Piotr Węgleński, and Paweł Mackiewicz

Article number: 15.2.21A
Copyright Palaeontological Association, July 2012


276 tocA revision of the Devonian Malvinokaffric dalmanitid trilobite Dalmanitoides Delo, 1935, on the basis of new data from Argentina

Juan J. Rustán and N. Emilio Vaccari

Article number: 15.1.11A

Copyright Palaeontological Association, March 2012


282 tocNesiotites rafelinensis sp. nov., the earliest shrew (Mammalia, Soricidae) from the Balearic Islands, Spain

Juan Rofes, Pere Bover, Gloria Cuenca-Bescós, and Josep Antoni Alcover

Article number: 15.1.8A

Copyright Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, March 2012


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