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Yakhtashian (Artinskian–Early Kungurian) cyanobacteria and calcareous algae from the Carnic Alps (Austria/Italy)
PE 22.3.54

Karl Krainer, Daniel Vachard, and Maria Schaffhauser

Taxonomic notes on Recent Foraminifera from the Continental Shelf-Slope Region of Southwestern Bay of Bengal, East Coast of India
PE 22.3.55

Tabita K. Symphonia and Nathan. D. Senthil

A fish fauna from the lowermost Bartonian of the Transylvanian Basin, Romania
PE 22.3.56

Nicolae Trif, Vlad Codrea, and Viorel Arghiuș

Exploring the paleobiology of ammonoids (Cretaceous, Antarctica) using non-invasive imaging methods
PE 22.3.57

Daniel A. Morón-Alfonso

New occurrences of Belonostomus (Teleostomorpha: Aspidorhynchidae) from the Late Cretaceous of the North American Gulf Coastal Plain, USA
PE 22.3.58

Nathan E. Van Vranken, Christopher Fielitz, and Jun A. Ebersole

Two new species of the genus Anchonus Schoenherr, 1825 (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Molytinae) in Dominican amber
PE 22.3.59

George Poinar, Jr. and Andrei A. Legalov

Early Eocene plant macrofossils from the Booval Basin, Dinmore, near Brisbane, Queensland 
PE 22.3.60

Mike Pole

Oligocene‑Miocene Scleractinians from the Central Indo-Pacific: Malaysian Borneo and the Philippines
PE 22.3.61

Morana Mihaljević

Xiphosurid from the Upper Permian of Tasmania confirms Palaeozoic origin of Austrolimulidae
PE 22.3.62

Russell D.C. Bicknell

Wetland vegetation from the Miocene deposits of the Bełchatów Lignite Mine (central Poland)
PE 22.3.63

Grzegorz Worobiec and Elżbieta Worobiec

Old-timers and newcomers: The shrews and heterosoricids from the Ribesalbes-Alcora Basin (East of Spain)
PE 22.3.64

Vicente D. Crespo, Ana Fagoaga, Plini Montoya, and Francisco J. Ruiz-Sánchez

A new species of “gigantic” capsular fruits of Vaccinioideae from the Miocene of Idaho
PE 22.3.65

MacKenzie Smith and Steven R. Manchester

Exceptional preservation of Cretaceous biota (plants and invertebrates) in flint-bearing alterites from Moragne (western France)
PE 22.3.66 

Jean-David Moreau, Didier Néraudeau, Roch‑Alexandre Benoit, Eric Dépré, Matthieu Le Couls, and Vincent Fernandez

Fossil Giraffidae (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the late Miocene of Thermopigi (Macedonia, Greece) 
PE 22.3.67

Alexandros Xafis, Evangelia Tsoukala, Nikos Solounias, Oleg Mandic, Mathias Harzhauser, Friðgeir Grímsson, and Doris Nagel

Fossil amphibians and reptiles from the Neogene locality of Maramena (Greece), the most diverse European herpetofauna at the Miocene/Pliocene transition boundary
PE 22.3.68

Georgios L. Georgalis, Andrea Villa, Martin Ivanov, Davit Vasilyan, and Massimo Delfino

Direct ESR dating of the Pleistocene vertebrate assemblage from Khok Sung locality, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Northeast Thailand
PE 22.3.69

Mathieu Duval, Fang Fang, Kantapon Suraprasit, Jean-Jacques Jaeger, Mouloud Benammi, Yaowalak Chaimanee, Javier Iglesias Cibanal, and Rainer Grün

Stasis in the smaller owls from Rancho La Brea during the last glacial-interglacial climate change
PE 22.3.70

Meena Madan, Donald R. Prothero, and Valerie J.P. Syverson 

Exceptionally preserved cryptoniscium larvae - morphological details of rare isopod crustaceans from French Cretaceous Vendean amber
PE 22.3.71

Mario Schädel, Vincent Perrichot, and Joachim T. Haug

A new species of trionychid turtle, Axestemys infernalis sp. nov., from the Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) Hell Creek and Lance formations of the Northern Great Plains, USA
PE 22.3.72

Walter G. Joyce, Donald B. Brinkman, and Tyler R. Lyson

A long-necked tanystropheid from the Middle Triassic Moenkopi Formation (Anisian) provides insights into the ecology and biogeography of tanystropheids
PE 22.3.73

Kiersten K. Formoso, Sterling J. Nesbitt, Adam C. Pritchard, Michelle R. Stocker, and William G. Parker

The distribution of dental features in non-avian theropod dinosaurs: Taxonomic potential, degree of homoplasy, and major evolutionary trends
PE 22.3.74

Christophe Hendrickx, Octávio Mateus, Ricardo Araújo, and Jonah Choiniere

Vegetation diversity of the early Miocene St. Bathans Palaeovalley Ecosystem, New Zealand 
PE 22.3.75

Mike Pole

Taxonomy and evolution of the protomonaxonid sponge family Piraniidae
PE 22.3.76

Joseph P. Botting, Sarah E. Stewart, Lucy A. Muir, and Yuandong Zhang

A new early Miocene fossil genus from Dominican amber extends the Eastern Asia distribution of Paricanini (Hemiptera: Fulgoromorpha: Tropiduchidae) to the Neotropics 
PE 22.3.77

Thierry Bourgoin, Rong-Rong Wang, Jacek Szwedo, Xin-Yu Li, and Xi Chen

Chatham Island Paleocene fossils provide insight into the palaeobiology, evolution, and diversity of early penguins (Aves, Sphenisciformes)
PE 22.3.78

Jacob C. Blokland, Catherine M. Reid, Trevor H. Worthy, Alan J.D. Tennyson, Julia A. Clarke, and R. Paul Scofield

Seagrass and cuttlefish—an historic association
PE 22.3.79

George F. Forsey

A taxonomic revision of the genus Tanystropheus (Archosauromorpha, Tanystropheidae)
PE 22.3.80

Stephan N.F. Spiekman and Torsten M. Scheyer

A new baenid, “Trinitichelys” maini sp. nov., and other fossil turtles from the Upper Cretaceous Arlington Archosaur Site (Woodbine Formation, Cenomanian), Texas, USA
PE 22.3.81

Brent Adrian, Heather F. Smith, Christopher R. Noto, and Aryeh Grossman 

2019 Palaeontological Virtual Congress

Studying bipedal dinosaur trackways using geometric morphometrics
PE 22.3.pvc-3

Mireia Costa-Pérez, José Joaquín Moratalla, and Jesús Marugán-Lobón

Commentaries and Reviews

Mesozoic Sea Dragons: Triassic Marine Life from the Ancient Tropical Lagoon of Monte San Giorgio
PE 22.3.3

Review by Andrzej Wolniewicz

A perspective on the evidence for keratin protein preservation in fossils: an issue of replication versus validation
PE 22.3.2E

Evan T. Saitta and Jakob Vinther