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

 
 
 

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
https://doi.org/10.26879/313
Copyright Palaeontological Association, August 2012

 

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