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Differentiating convergent pathologies in turtle shells using computed tomographic scanning of modern and fossil bone
PE 26.2.15

Stephanie K. Drumheller, Hannah Maddox, Michelle R. Stocker, and Christopher R. Noto

Redescription of soft tissue preservation in the holotype of Scaphognathus crassirostris (Goldfuß, 1831) using reflectance transformation imaging
PE 26.2.16

Nils Henkemeier, Kai R.K. Jäger, and P. Martin Sander 

A reappraisal of the cranial and mandibular osteology of the spinosaurid Irritator challengeri (Dinosauria: Theropoda)
PE 26.2.17

Marco Schade, Oliver W. M. Rauhut, Christian Foth, Olof Moleman, and Serjoscha W. Evers

Comparison of methods: Micro-CT visualization method and epoxy cast-embedding reveal hidden details of bioerosion in the tube walls of Cretaceous polychaete worms
PE 26.2.18

Zuzana Heřmanová, Martina Kočová Veselská, Tomáš Kočí, Manfred Jäger, Jana Bruthansová, and Radek Mikuláš

A reconsideration of the palinuroid family Synaxidae (Crustacea, Decapoda), with a new member from the Upper Jurassic of southern Poland
PE 26.2.19

René H.B. Fraaije, Barry W.M. van Bakel, , John W.M. Jagt, Michał Krobicki, Àlex Ossó, Ferran Palero, and Jonathan J.W. Wallaard

New primates from the Eocene of Saskatchewan, Canada: Revision of the primates from the Cypress Hills Formation with description of new taxa 
PE 26.2.20

Jonathan M.G. Perry, Alex R. Dutchak, and Jessica M. Theodor

Teganium (Porifera, Hexactinellida) from the Middle Ordovician Castle Bank fauna of Avalonia (Wales, UK)
PE 26.2.21

Joseph P. Botting, Lucy A. Muir, and Junye Ma

Linking burrow morphology to the behaviors of predatory soil arthropods: Applications to continental ichnofossils
PE 26.2.22

Daniel I. Hembree

Leaf trait data of two Miocene floras from eastern China and its palaeoclimate implications
PE 26.2.23

Wenlong He, Anita Roth-Nebelsick, and Bainian Sun

Simulating our ability to accurately detect abrupt changes in assemblage-based paleoenvironmental proxies
PE 26.2.24

Christina L. Belanger and David W. Bapst

Petrodactyle wellnhoferi gen. et sp. nov.: A new and large ctenochasmatid pterosaur from the Late Jurassic of Germany
PE 26.2.25

David W. E. Hone, René Lauer, Bruce Lauer, and Frederik Spindler

A novel distance that reduces information loss in continuous characters with few observations
PE 26.2.26

Gerardo A. Lo Valvo, Oscar E. R. Lehmann, and Diego Balseiro 

Spider crabs (Decapoda: Brachyura: Majoidea) from the upper Eocene of south Pyrenees (Huesca, Spain)
PE 26.2.27

Fernando A. Ferratges, Josep Lluis Domínguez, Àlex Ossó, and Samuel Zamora

A revision of “Trinitichelys” maini (Testudinata: Baenidae) and additional material of its new genus from the Lewisville Formation (Woodbine Group, Cenomanian), Texas, USA
PE 26.2.28

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

Biostratigraphy and biochronology of late Cenozoic North American rodent assemblages
PE 26.2.29

Robert A. Martin and Thomas S. Kelly

A Pliocene goodeid fish of the Paleolake Amajac, Sanctórum, Hidalgo, Mexico
PE 26.2.30

Carmen Caballero-Viñas, Jesús Alvarado-Ortega, and Kleyton Magno Cantalice Severiano

Approaching the Khersonian Crisis: Fish otoliths from the upper Bessarabian (middle Sarmatian s.l.; Late Miocene) of Jurkine (Kerch Peninsula, Crimea)
PE 26.2.31

Werner W. Schwarzhans, Andriy Bratishko, and Yuliia V. Vernyhorova

Middle Eocene cartilaginous fishes (Vertebrata: Chondrichthyes) of the Dnieper–Donets Basin, northern Ukraine
PE 26.2.32

Oleksandr Kovalchuk, Jürgen Kriwet, Kenshu Shimada, Tamara Ryabokon, Zoltán Barkaszi, Anastasiia Dubikovska, Galina Anfimova, and Svitozar Davydenko

On the “screamer-like” birds from the British London Clay: An archaic anseriform-galliform mosaic and a non-galloanserine “barb-necked” species of Perplexicervix
PE 26.2.33

Gerald Mayr, Vicen Carrió, and Andrew C. Kitchener

Unique fossils of caddisfly larvae from Baltic amber and in situ amber formation in aquatic ecosystems
PE 26.2.34

Viktor Baranov, Jörg Hammel, Carsten Gröhn, and Joachim T. Haug

 

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