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Diversity and fossil record of larvae of three groups of lacewings with unusual ecology and functional morphology: Ithonidae, Coniopterygidae and Sisyridae
PE 25.2.14

Joachim T. Haug, Serita van der Wal, Carsten Gröhn, Christel Hoffeins, Hans-Werner Hoffeins, and Carolin Haug

Stenolaemate bryozoans from the Graham Formation, Pennsylvanian (Virgilian) at Lost Creek Lake, Texas, USA
PE 25.2.15

Andrej Ernst, Anna Lene Claussen, Barbara Seuss, and Patrick N. Wyse Jackson

Taphonomy of an Eocene micromammal assemblage in a lake-margin depositional setting elucidates an ancient food web
PE 25.2.16

Katerina Vasileiadou, Jerry J. Hooker, and Margaret E. Collinson

Symbiosis in corals and stromatoporoids from the Silurian of Baltica
PE 25.2.17

Tamara Borisenko, Olev Vinn, Volodymyr Grytsenko, Ion Francovschi, and Yury Zaika

Continuous character variation within the Glossopleura-Anoria-Sonoraspis plexus: Dolichometopid trilobites from the Cadiz Formation (Cambrian: Miaolingian, Wuliuan), California
PE 25.2.18

John R. Foster

Amphibians and squamate reptiles from the late Miocene of Fălciu (Eastern Romania)
PE 25.2.19

Vlad A. Codrea, Marian Bordeianu, and Márton Venczel

Taxonomic revision of the extinct clawed lobster genus Oncopareia Bosquet, 1854 (Decapoda, Astacidea, Nephropidae)
PE 25.2.20

Dale M. Tshudy, Matúš Hyžný, Martina Kočová Veselská, and John W. M. Jagt

A novel feeding mechanism of diplodocid sauropods revealed in an Apatosaurine skull from the Upper Jurassic Nail Quarry (Morrison Formation) at Como Bluff, Wyoming, USA
PE 25.2.21

Joseph E. Peterson, David Lovelace, Melissa Connely, and Julia B. McHugh 

 

 

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