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Paleoclimate and paleoecology of the Upper Oligocene Tehuacán Formation, Puebla State, Mexico, as determined from wood anatomical characters
PE 24(2):a17

Marco A. Rubalcava-Knoth and Sergio R.S. Cevallos-Ferriz

Modern vegetation proxies reflect Palaeogene and Neogene vegetation evolution and climate change in Europe, Turkey, and Armenia
PE 24(2):a18

Johanna Kovar-Eder, Petr Mazouch, Vasilis Teodoridis, Anita Roth-Nebelsick, Christopher Traiser, and Janina Wypich

A megatoothed shark (Carcharocles angustidens) nursery in the Oligocene Charleston Embayment, South Carolina, USA
PE 24(2):a19

Addison E. Miller, Matthew L. Gibson, and Robert W. Boessenecker 

Palaeoecology and sea level changes: Decline of mammal species richness during late Quaternary island formation in the Montebello Islands, north-western Australia
PE 24(2):a20

Cassia J. Piper and Peter M. Veth 

A large, pathological skeleton of Smilosuchus gregorii (Archosauriformes: Phytosauria) from the Upper Triassic of Arizona, U.S.A., with discussion of the paleobiological implications of paleopathology in fossil archosauromorphs
PE 24(2):a21

Andrew B. Heckert, Tabitha C. Viner, and Matthew T. Carrano

Non-traditional applications of fire in fossil preparation
PE 24(2):a22

Matthew A. Brown and Casey M. Holliday

The inner morphology of the petrosal bone of the endemic elephant oDionysia E. Liakopoulou, George E. Theodorou, and Anneke H. van Heterenf Tilos Island, Greece
PE 24(2):a23

Dionysia E. Liakopoulou, George E. Theodorou, and Anneke H. van Heteren

A new species of Cricosaurus (Thalattosuchia, Metriorhynchidae) based upon a remarkably well-preserved skeleton from the Upper Jurassic of Germany 
PE 24(2):a24

Sven Sachs, Mark T. Young, Pascal Abel, and Heinrich Mallison

The integument of pelagic crocodylomorphs (Thalattosuchia: Metriorhynchidae)
PE 24(2):a25

Frederik Spindler, René Lauer, Helmut Tischlinger, and Matthias Mäuser

Bajoprosopon piardi n. gen. and sp. from the Middle Jurassic of France, with a revised diagnosis of the family Prosopidae von Meyer, 1860 (Brachyura, Podotremata) and notes on the availability of names introduced by Hermann von Meyer (1835, 1857) n. gen. and sp. from the Middle Jurassic of France, with a revised diagnosis of the family Prosopidae von Meyer, 1860 (Brachyura, Podotremata) and notes on the availability of names introduced by Hermann von Meyer (1835, 1857)
PE 24(2):a26

Barry W.M. van Bakel, Lionel Maerten, John W.M. Jagt, and René H.B. Fraaije

Paleoecology of the Rhinocerotidae (Mammalia, Perissodactyla) from Béon 1, Montréal-du-Gers (late early Miocene, SW France): Insights from dental microwear texture analysis, mesowear, and enamel hypoplasia
PE 24(2):a27

Manon Hullot, Yves Laurent, Gildas Merceron, and Pierre-Olivier Antoine

 

 

 

 

 

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