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A new Megatheriinae skull (Xenarthra, Tardigrada) from the Pliocene of Northern Venezuela – implications for a giant sloth dispersal to Central and North America
PE 21.2.16A

Alfredo A. Carlini, Diego Brandoni, Rodolfo Sánchez, and Marcelo R. Sánchez-Villagra

New fossil species of Trichodesma LeConte, 1861 (Coleoptera: Ptinidae) from Eocene Baltic amber collected in the Kaliningrad region, Russia
PE 21.2.17A

Andris Bukejs, Jiří Háva, and Vitalii I. Alekseev 

Enamel ultrastructure of molars in †Anomalomys gaillardi and some spalacid taxa (Rodentia, Mammalia)
PE 21.2.18A

Dariusz Nowakowski, Leonid Rekovets, Oleksandr Kovalchuk, Edward Pawlina, and Vitalii Demeshkant

Abnormal xiphosurids, with possible application to Cambrian trilobites
PE 21.2.19A

Russell D.C. Bicknell, Stephen Pates, and Mark L. Botton

Solovievaia nomen novum for Ovatella Solovieva pre-occupied and revision of this fossil Foraminifera (Fusulinida, Profusulinellidae)
P
E 21.2.20A

Daniel Vachard and François Le Coze

Devonian Tentaculitoidea of the Malvinokaffric Realm of Brazil, Paraná Basin
PE 21.2.21A

Jeanninny Carla Comniskey and Renato Pirani Ghilardi

Practice and prospects in underwater palaeontology
PE 21.2.22A

Julien Louys

Dental measurements do not diagnose modern artiodactyl species: Implications for the systematics of Merycoidodontoidea
PE 21.2.23A

Meaghan M. Emery-Wetherell and Edward Byrd Davis 

“Gazella” (Mammalia: Bovidae) from the late Miocene Qingyang area, Gansu, China
PE 21.2.24A

Yikun Li, Qinqin Shi, Shaokun Chen, and Tao Deng

Mammals from the earliest Uintan (middle Eocene) Turtle Bluff Member, Bridger Formation, southwestern Wyoming, USA, Part 3: Marsupialia and a reevaluation of the Bridgerian-Uintan North American Land Mammal Age transition
PE 21.2.25A

Paul C. Murphey, Thomas S. Kelly, Kevin R. Chamberlain, Kaori Tsukui, and William C. Clyde

Carnian (Late Triassic) ostracods from the Sorgun Ophiolitic Mélange (Southern Turkey): Taxonomy, palaeoenvironment, and evidence of predation
PE 21.2.26A

Marie-Béatrice Forel, Péter Ozsvárt, and Patrice Moix 

A new species of Miocene wombat (Marsupialia, Vombatiformes) from Riversleigh, Queensland, Australia, and implications for the evolutionary history of the Vombatidae
PE 21.2.27A

Philippa Brewer, Michael Archer, Suzanne Hand, and Gilbert J. Price

New insights on the only bothremydid turtle (Pleurodira) identified in the British record: Palemys bowerbankii new combination
PE 21.2.28A

Adán Pérez-García

First report of Leptonectes (Ichthyosauria: Leptonectidae) from the Lower Jurassic (Pliensbachian) of Asturias, northern Spain
PE 21.2.29A

Marta S. Fernández, Laura Piñuela, and José Carlos García-Ramos

Palaeobatrachid frog from the late Miocene of Northern Caucasus, Russia
PE 21.2.30A

Elena V. Syromyatnikova

Faunal composition and paleoenvironment of the Arundel Clay (Potomac Formation; Early Cretaceous), Maryland, USA
P
E 21.2.31A

Joseph A. Frederickson, Thomas R. Lipka, and Richard L. Cifelli

Articulated avian remains from the early Oligocene of Poland adds to our understanding of Passerine evolution
PE 21.2.32A

Zbigniew M. Bochenski, Teresa Tomek, Krzysztof Wertz, Johannes Happ, Małgorzata Bujoczek, and Ewa Swidnicka

Contribution to the validity and taxonomic status of the European fossil shrew Sorex subaraneus and the origin of Sorex araneus (Soricidae, Eulipotyphla, Insectivora, Mammalia)
PE 21.2.33A

Barbara Rzebik-Kowalska and Andrea Pereswiet-Soltan

 

 Technical Articles

The air-abrasive technique: A re-evaluation of its use in fossil preparation
PE 21.2.2T

Mark R. Graham and Lu Allington-Jones

The use of aerial and close-range photogrammetry in the study of dinosaur tracksites: Lower Cretaceous (upper Aptian/lower Albian) Molfetta ichnosite (Apulia, southern Italy)
PE 21.2.3T

Fabio Massimo Petti, Marco Petruzzelli, Jacopo Conti, Luigi Spalluto, Alexander Wagensommer, Massimiliano Lamendola, Roberto Francioso, Giovanni Montrone, Luisa Sabato, and Marcello Tropeano