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A vanished ecosystem: Sophora microphylla (Kōwhai) dominated forest recorded in mid-late Holocene rock shelters in Central Otago, New Zealand
PE 25.1.1

Mike Pole

Pygocephalomorphan crustaceans further emphasise the similarities between the Carboniferous Piesberg quarry in Germany and the Mazon Creek Lagerstätte in North America
PE 25.1.2

Paula Giovana Pazinato, Carolin Haug, Angelika Leipner, and Joachim T. Haug

The rostral neurovascular system of Tyrannosaurus rex
PE 25.1.3

Florian Bouabdellah, Emily Lessner, and Julien Benoit

Diversity of culicomorphan dipterans in the Eocene Kishenehn Konservat-Lagerstätte (Montana, USA) and its palaeoecological implications
PE 25.1.4

Viktor A. Baranov, Joachim T. Haug, Dale E. Greenwalt, and Ralph Harbach

A multicarpellate fruit from Late Cretaceous sediments of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
PE 25.1.5

Zuzana Heřmanová, Jana Čepičková, Jiří Kvaček, Maria von Balthazar, and Jürg Schönenberger 

A new euarthropod with large frontal appendages from the early Cambrian Chengjiang biota
PE 25.1.6

Robert J. O’Flynn, Mark Williams, Mengxiao Yu, Thomas H.P. Harvey, and Yu Liu 

Chuandianella ovata: An early Cambrian stem euarthropod with feather-like appendages
PE 25.1.7

Dayou Zhai, Mark Williams, David J. Siveter, Derek J. Siveter, Thomas H.P. Harvey, Robert S. Sansom, Huijuan Mai, Runqing Zhou, and Xianguang Hou

Identifying tooth position of isolated teeth of sparassodonts (Mammalia: Metatheria) using geometric morphometrics
PE 25.1.8

Russell K. Engelman and Darin A. Croft

Designing scientifically-grounded paleoart for augmented reality at La Brea Tar Pits
PE 25.1.9

Matt Davis, Benjamin D. Nye, Gale M. Sinatra, William Swartout, Molly Sjӧberg, Molly Porter, David Nelson, Alana A.U. Kennedy, Imogen Herrick, Danaan DeNeve Weeks, and Emily Lindsey

A partial skeleton of “Mammut” borsoni (Proboscidea, Mammalia) from the Pliocene of Kaltensundheim (Germany) 
PE 25.1.10

Wighart v. Koenigswald, Jakub Březina, Ralf Werneburg, and Ursula B. Göhlich

Amateur collectors are critical to the study of fossil vertebrates: A case study from two Neogene localities in Northern California (Santa Margarita and Purisima formations)
PE 25.1.11

Robert W. Boessenecker
Erratum 31 May 2022

BoneProfileR: The next step to quantify, model, and statistically compare bone section compactness profiles
PE 25.1.12

Jordan Gônet, Michel Laurin, and Marc Girondot

Feeding strategies of circum-Mediterranean hipparionins during the late Miocene: Exploring dietary preferences related to size through dental microwear analysis
PE 25.1.13

Guillem Orlandi-Oliveras, Meike Köhler, Julien Clavel, Robert S. Scott, Serdar Mayda, Tanju Kaya, and Gildas Merceron

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