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Congenital and late onset vertebral fusions in long necked plesiosaurs: The first report of spondylosis deformans in Sauropterygians
PE 22.1.1

Judyth Sassoon

New fossil representative of the genus Helius (Diptera, Limoniidae) from the little known and newly discovered locality Caergen Village of northeastern Tibetan Plateau (China)
PE 22.1.2

Siyuan Wu, Wiesław Krzemiński, Agnieszka Soszyńska-Maj, and Dong Ren

Late Pleistocene insects from the Dubrovino site at Ob River (West Siberia, Russia) and their paleoenvironmental significance
PE 22.1.3

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

Bozorgnites nom. nov. and Crassispirellina nom. nov.: new names for the preoccupied foraminiferal genera Bozorgniella and Crassispirella PE 22.1.4

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

First fossil harvestmen (Arachnida: Opiliones) from Spain and notes on the fossil record of Opiliones
PE 22.1.5

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

Fossil cetaceans from Duinefontein (Koeberg) an early Pliocene site on the southwestern Cape, South Africa PE 22.1.6

Romala Govender

Mating moths (Tineidae, Ditrysia, Lepidoptera) preserved as frozen behavior inclusion in Baltic Amber (Eocene)
PE 22.1.7

Thilo C. Fischer and Marie K. Hörnig

The narial morphology of Metarhinus and Sphenocoelus (Mammalia, Perissodactyla, Brontotheriidae)
PE 22.1.8

Bryn J. Mader

Middle Miocene decapod crustacean assemblage from the Tuzla Basin (Tušanj, Bosnia and Herzegovina), with a description of two new species and comparison with coeval faunas from Slovenia
PE 22.1.9

Rok Gašparič, Matúš Hyžný, Gordana Jovanović, Stjepan Ćorić, and Sejfudin Vrabac

Taxonomy and phylogeny of Eosemionotus Stolley, 1920 (Neopterygii: Ginglymodi) from the Middle Triassic of Europe
PE 22.1.10

Adriana López-Arbarello, Toni Bürgin, Heinz Furrer, and Rudolf Stockar

Anomia-associated bryozoans from the upper Pliocene (Piacenzian) lower Tamiami Formation of Florida, USA
PE 22.1.11

Emanuela Di Martino, Paul D. Taylor, and Roger W. Portell

A survey of Pliocene to Mid-Quaternary leaf cuticle from the North Island, New Zealand
PE 22.1.12

Mike Pole

The Huehuetla quarry, a Turonian deposit of marine vertebrates in the Sierra Norte of Puebla, central Mexico
PE 22.1.13

Jesús Alvarado-Ortega, Kleyton Magno Cantalice Severiano, Jair Israel Barrientos-Lara, Jesús Alberto Díaz-Cruz, and Bruno Andrés Than-Marchese

A new early Pliocene locality Tepe Alagöz (Turkey) reveals a distinctive tooth phenotype of Trischizolagus (Lagomorpha, Leporidae) in Asia Minor
PE 22.1.14

Stanislav Čermák, Peter Joniak, and Bora Rojay

The Lapara Creek Fauna: Early Clarendonian of south Texas, USA
PE 22.1.15

Steven R. May 

Brachiopod faunas from the basinal facies of southeastern Thuringia (Germany) before and after the Hangenberg Crisis (Devonian–Carboniferous boundary)
PE 22.1.16

Bernard Mottequin, Konrad Bartzsch, Eric Simon, and Dieter Weyer

Imaging the internal structure of Borelis schlumbergeri Reichel (1937): Advances by high-resolution hard X-ray microtomography
PE 22.1.17

Siri K. Kellner, Michael W. Knappertsbusch, Loïc Costeur, Bert Müller, and Georg Schulz

Catalogue and composition of fossil Anthicidae and Ischaliidae (Insecta: Coleoptera)
PE 22.1.18

Dmitry Telnov and Andris Bukejs


Technical Articles

The use of new web technologies for the analysis, preservation, and outreach of paleontological information and its application to La Rioja (Spain) paleontological heritage
PE 22.1.1T

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


Commentaries and Reviews 

Reaffirming the Palaeontologia Electronica brand: A note on changes to publication priorities
PE 22.1.1E

Andrew M. Bush, Julien Louys, Laura A.B. Wilson, and Jennifer Pattison Rumford

The Palaeoartist’s Handbook: Recreating prehistoric animals in art
PE 22.1.1R

Review by Matthew D. Celeskey

God’s Word or Human Reason? An Inside Perspective on Creationism
PE 22.1.2R

Review by Philip J. Senter