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Comparison of Miocene to early Pleistocene-aged Castor californicus (Rodentia: Castoridae) to extant beavers and implications for the evolution of Castor in North America
PE 26.3.35

Kelly E. Lubbers and Joshua X. Samuels

A Miocene ant species of the genus Forelius Emery, 1888 (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Dolichoderinae) from Mexico
PE 26.3.36

Fernando Varela-Hernández, Francisco Riquelme, and Roberto J. Guerrero

Two exceptional Balaenomorpha (Cetacea: Mysticeti) from the Biemenhorst Subformation (middle/late Miocene) of Bocholt (W Münsterland, Germany) with a critical appraisal on the anatomy of the periotic bone
PE 26.3.37

Indira S. Ritsche and Oliver Hampe 

Miocene decapod crustacean faunas from Cyprus – Part 1. Geographical-stratigraphical setting and Anomura
PE 26.3.38

Jonathan J.W. Wallaard, René H.B. Fraaije, Barry W.M. Van Bakel, John W.M. Jagt, and Pál M. Müller

Report from the 8th Symposium on Fossil Decapod Crustaceans, Zaragoza (Spain), June 2022
PE 26.3.39

Samuel Zamora, Fernando A. Ferratges, Álvaro García-Penas, and Marcos Aurell

Bioerosion traces on the Campanian turtle remains: New data from the lagoonal deposits of the Quseir Formation, Kharga Oasis, Egypt
PE 26.3.40

Magdy El Hedeny, Sara Mohesn, Abdel-aziz Tantawy, Ahmed El-Sabbagh, Mohamed AbdelGawad, and Gebely Abu El-Kheir 

Forelimb motion and orientation in the ornithischian dinosaurs Styracosaurus and Thescelosaurus, and its implications for locomotion and other behavior
PE 26.3.41

Philip J. Senter and Jared J. Mackey

An overview of crawling water beetle larvae and a first possible record from 100-million-years-old Myanmar amber
PE 26.3.42

Simon Josef Linhart, Patrick Müller, Gideon T. Haug, Carolin Haug,and Joachim T. Haug

A fossil locality predictive model using weighted suitability analysis for the Early Cretaceous Cedar Mountain Formation, Utah, USA
PE 26.3.43

Daniel A. Burk 

Internal anatomy of a brachyuran crab from a Late Cretaceous methane seep and an overview of internal soft tissues in fossil decapod crustaceans
PE 26.3.44

Adiël A. Klompmaker, Peter A. Kloess, Clément Jauvion, Jamie Brezina, and Neil H. Landman 

Rogueus belgodereae, a new raninoid crab (Crustacea: Brachyura: Raninoidea) from the Upper Palaeocene (Thanetian) of Southern France, with comments on early palaeocene decapod crustacean faunules
PE 26.3.45

Barry W.M. van Bakel, Àlex Ossó, and Dominique Téodori

Trophic relationships in the Early Miocene Upper Marine Molasse of Baden-Württemberg, Southwest Germany, with special emphasis on the elasmobranch fauna
PE 26.3.46

Olaf Höltke, Rodrigo B. Salvador, and Michael W. Rasser

Wear-dependent molar morphology in hypsodont rodents: The case of the spalacine Pliospalax
PE 26.3.47

Panagiotis Skandalos and Lars W. van den Hoek Ostende

Dental ecomorphology and macroevolutionary patterns of North American Late Cretaceous metatherians
PE 26.3.48

Alexandria L. Brannick, Henry Z. Fulghum, David M. Grossnickle, and Gregory P. Wilson Mantilla

First report of rodents from the Miocene Siwalik locality of Dunera, Pathankot District, Punjab, India
PE 26.3.49

Ramesh Kumar Sehgal, Abhishek Pratap Singh, Ningthoujam Premjit Singh, Christopher C. Gilbert, Biren A. Patel, and Rajeev Patnaik

An Early Cretaceous Sphenophyllum or a hatchling turtle?
PE 26.3.50

Héctor D. Palma-Castro, Diego A. Cómbita-Romero, Edwin-Alberto Cadena, Mónica R. Carvalho, and Fabiany Herrera

Morphospace dynamics and intraspecies variety of Sorex araneus and S. tundrensis according to recent and fossil data
PE 26.3.51

Leonid L. Voyta, Evgeniy P. Izvarin, Yulia A. Shemyakina, Viktoria A. Nikiforova, Tatyana V. Strukova, Nikolai G. Smirnov, Daniel A. Melnikov, and Anatoly V. Bobretsov 

An intriguing new species of dabbling duck (Aves: Anseriformes) from the middle Miocene of Austria
PE 26.3.52

Zbigniew M. Bochenski, Johannes Happ, Grzegorz Salwa, and Teresa Tomek

Diversification events of the shield morphology in shore crabs and their relatives through development and time
PE 26.3.53

Florian Braig, Carolin Haug, and Joachim T. Haug