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Palaeontology

Journal of The Palaeontological Association


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Vol. 61 - 2018

 

 

Daniela N. Schmidt - Determining climate change impacts on ecosystems: the role of palaeontology. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 1–12, 3 col. fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Roger B. J. Benson, Gene Hunt, Matthew T. Carrano and Nicolás Campione - Cope's rule and the adaptive landscape of dinosaur body size evolution. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 13–48, 15 fig., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

A. J. Crawford, S. J. Baker and C. M. Belcher - Fossil charcoals from the Lower Jurassic challenge assumptions about charcoal morphology and identification. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 49–56, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 2

 

Emilia Jarochowska, David C. Ray, Philipp Röstel, Graham Worton and Axel Munnecke - Harnessing stratigraphic bias at the section scale: conodont diversity in the Homerian (Silurian) of the Midland Platform, England. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 57–76, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Ryoji Wani, Amane Tajika, Kenji Ikuno and Tetsuro Iwasaki

Ontogenetic trajectories of septal spacing in Early Jurassic belemnites from Germany and France, and their palaeobiological implications. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 77–88, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

René Hoffmann, Robert E. Lemanis, Janina Falkenberg, Steffen Schneider, Hendrik Wesendonk and Stefan Zachow - Integrating 2D and 3D shell morphology to disentangle the palaeobiology of ammonoids: a virtual approach. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 89–104, 9 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Joseph E. O'Reilly, Mark N. Puttick, Davide Pisani and Philip C. J. Donoghue - Probabilistic methods surpass parsimony when assessing clade support in phylogenetic analyses of discrete morphological data. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 105–118, 7 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Alexander M. Dunhill, Bjarte Hannisdal, Neil Brocklehurst and Michael J. Benton - On formation-based sampling proxies and why they should not be used to correct the fossil record. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 119–132, 8 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Alexander M. Dunhill, William J. Foster, James Sciberras and Richard J. Twitchett - Impact of the Late Triassic mass extinction on functional diversity and composition of marine ecosystems. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 133–148, 6 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Anatoly D. Erlykin, David A. T. Harper, Terry Sloan and Arnold W. Wolfendale - Periodicity in extinction rates. - 2018. Palaeontology 61; pp. 149–158, 6 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

 

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Victoria A. Hudspith, Rory M. Hadden, Alastair I. Bartlett and Claire M. Belcher

Does fuel type influence the amount of charcoal produced in wildfires? Implications for the fossil record. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 159–171, 6 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Kenneth De Baets and Axel Munnecke

Evidence for Palaeozoic orthoconic cephalopods with bimineralic shells. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 173–181, 4 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Zhiliang Zhang, Zhifei Zhang, Lars E. Holmer and Feiyang Chen

Post-metamorphic allometry in the earliest acrotretoid brachiopods from the lower Cambrian (Series 2) of South China, and its implications. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 183–207, 14 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold Marius Robu, Jonathan G. Wynn, Ionuţ C. Mirea, Alexandru Petculescu, Marius Kenesz, Cristina M. Puşcaş, Marius Vlaicu, Erik Trinkaus and Silviu Constantin

The diverse dietary profiles of MIS 3 cave bears from the Romanian Carpathians: insights from stable isotope (δ13C and δ15N) analysis. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 209–219, 8 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Yang Zhang, Sangmin Lee, Hui-Ting Wu and Wei-Hong He

Palaeobiogeographical distribution of Orbiculoidea (Brachiopoda, Discinoidea) responding to global climatic and geographical changes during the Palaeozoic. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 221–234, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Matthew B. Vrazo and Samuel J. Ciurca Jr

New trace fossil evidence for eurypterid swimming behaviour. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 235–252, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Pedro Piñero, Jordi Agustí and Oriol Oms

The late Neogene rodent succession of the Guadix–Baza Basin (south-eastern Spain) and its magnetostratigraphic correlation. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 253–272, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Evan T. Saitta, Rebecca Gelernter and Jakob Vinther

Additional information on the primitive contour and wing feathering of paravian dinosaurs. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 273–288, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Mario Bronzati, Roger B. J. Benson and Oliver W. M. Rauhut

Rapid transformation in the braincase of sauropod dinosaurs: integrated evolution of the braincase and neck in early sauropods? - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 289–302, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Humberto G. Ferrón, Carlos Martínez-Pérez, Susan Turner, Esther Manzanares and Héctor Botella

Patterns of ecological diversification in thelodonts. - 2018. Palaeontology 61-2; pp. 303–315, 4 fig. (2 col.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

 

 

Vol. 60 - 2017

 

Thomas Clements, Caitlin Colleary, Kenneth De Baets and Jakob Vinther - Buoyancy mechanisms limit preservation of coleoid cephalopod soft tissues in Mesozoic Lagerstätten. - 2017. Palaeontology 60; pp. 1–14, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Yanchun Pang, Michael Steiner, Cen Shen, Mingshi Feng, Li Lin and Dingkun Liu - Shell composition of Terreneuvian tubular fossils from north-east Sichuan, China. - 2017. Palaeontology 60; pp. 15–26, 5 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Fletcher J. Young and Jakob Vinther - Onychophoran-like myoanatomy of the Cambrian gilled lobopodian Pambdelurion whittingtoni. - 2017. Palaeontology 60; pp. 27–54, 19 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Jennifer A. Peteya, Julia A. Clarke, Quanguo Li, Ke-Qin Gao and Matthew D. Shawkey - The plumage and colouration of an enantiornithine bird from the early Cretaceous of China. - 2017. Palaeontology 60; pp. 55–71, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Johan A. Gren, Peter Sjövall, Mats E. Eriksson, Rene L. Sylvestersen, Federica Marone, Kajsa G. V. Sigfridsson Clauss, Gavin J. Taylor, Stefan Carlson, Per Uvdal and Johan Lindgren - Molecular and microstructural inventory of an isolated fossil bird feather from the Eocene Fur Formation of Denmark. - 2017. Palaeontology 60; pp. 73–90, 10 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Camilo López-Aguirre, Michael Archer, Suzanne J. Hand and Shawn W. Laffan - Extinction of South American sparassodontans (Metatheria): environmental fluctuations or complex ecological processes? - 2017. Palaeontology 60; pp. 91–115, 6 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Ben J. Slater, Thomas H. P. Harvey, Romain Guilbaud and Nicholas J. Butterfield - A cryptic record of Burgess Shale-type diversity from the early Cambrian of Baltica. - 2017. Palaeontology 60; pp. 117–140, 14 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

 

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Daniel J. Field, Robert Boessenecker, Rachel A. Racicot, Lovísa Ásbjörnsdóttir, Kristján Jónasson, Allison Y. Hsiang, Adam D. Behlke and Jakob Vinther

The oldest marine vertebrate fossil from the volcanic island of Iceland: a partial right whale skull from the high latitude Pliocene Tjörnes Formation. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 141–148, 3 fig./phot. col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Lauren Sallan, Sam Giles, Robert S. Sansom, John T. Clarke, Zerina Johanson, Ivan J. Sansom and Philippe Janvier

The ‘Tully Monster’ is not a vertebrate: characters, convergence and taphonomy in Palaeozoic problematic animals. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 149–157, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Anatoly D. Erlykin, David A. T. Harper, Terry Sloan and Arnold W. Wolfendale

Mass extinctions over the last 500 myr: an astronomical cause? - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 159–167, 5 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Laura C. Soul and Matt Friedman

Bias in phylogenetic measurements of extinction and a case study of end-Permian tetrapods. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 169–185, 8 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Ikuko Tanaka

Ecological implications of the correlation of avian footprints with wing characteristics: a mathematical approach. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 187–197, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Borja Cascales-Miñana and PhIlippe Gerrienne

Teruelia diezii gen. et sp. nov.: an early polysporangiophyte from the Lower Devonian of the Iberian Peninsula. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 199–212, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Danise, Silvia and Steven M. Holland

Faunal response to sea-level and climate change in a short-lived seaway: Jurassic of the Western Interior, USA. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 213–232, 9 fig., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Jan Ove R. Ebbestad and Thomas Weidner

Extreme protomeric development in a burlingiid trilobite from Cambrian glacial erratics of Denmark. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 233–253, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Donald Davesne, Giorgio Carnevale and Matt Friedman

Bajaichthys elegans from the Eocene of Bolca (Italy) and the overlooked morphological diversity of Zeiformes (Teleostei, Acanthomorpha). - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 255–268, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Timothy P. Topper, Luke C. Strotz, Christian B. Skovsted and Lars E. Holmer

Do brachiopods show substrate-related phenotypic variation? A case study from the Burgess Shale. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 269–279, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Jonathan J. M. Calede and Jennifer W. Glusman - Geometric morphometric analyses of worn cheek teeth help identify extant and extinct gophers (Rodentia, Geomyidae). - 2017. Palaeontology 60-2; pp. 281–307, 13 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

60-3

 

sold Melanie J. Hopkins - How well does a part represent the whole? A comparison of cranidial shape evolution with exoskeletal character evolution in the trilobite family Pterocephaliidae. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 309–318, 3 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Jorge A. Herrera-Flores, Thomas L. Stubbs and Michael J. Benton - Macroevolutionary patterns in Rhynchocephalia: is the tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) a living fossil? - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 319–328, 3 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Gema Siliceo, Manuel J. Salesa, Mauricio Antón, Stéphane Peigné and Jorge Morales - Functional anatomy of the cervical region in the late Miocene amphicyonid Magericyon anceps (Carnivora, Amphicyonidae): implications for its feeding behaviour. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 329–347, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Jacob D. Morton, David I. Whiteside, Manja Hethke and Michael J. Benton - Biostratigraphy and geometric morphometrics of conchostracans (Crustacea, Branchiopoda) from the Late Triassic fissure deposits of Cromhall Quarry, UK. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 349–374, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Stephan Lautenschlager - Functional niche partitioning in Therizinosauria provides new insights into the evolution of theropod herbivory. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 375–387, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Elena Beli, Stefano Piraino and Christopher B. Cameron - Fossilization processes of graptolites: insights from the experimental decay of Rhabdopleura sp. (Pterobranchia). - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 389–400, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Thomas J. Raven and Susannah C. R. Maidment - A new phylogeny of Stegosauria (Dinosauria, Ornithischia). - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 401–408, 2 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

sold Fiann M. Smithwick, Gerald Mayr, Evan T. Saitta, Michael J. Benton and Jakob Vinther - On the purported presence of fossilized collagen fibres in an ichthyosaur and a theropod dinosaur. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 409–422, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Jorge Esteve, Pedro Rubio, Samuel Zamora and Imran A. Rahman - Modelling enrolment in Cambrian trilobites. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 423–432, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Floréal Solé, Eric De Bast, Jian Yang, Cheng-Sen Li and Thierry Smith - The first species of Hapalodectes (Mesonychia, Mammalia) from the middle Paleocene of China (Qianshan Basin, Anhui Province) sheds light on the initial radiation of hapalodectids. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-3; pp. 433–449, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

 

60-4

 

Imran A. Rahman

Computational fluid dynamics as a tool for testing functional and ecological hypotheses in fossil taxa. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 451–459, 3 col. fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Laura Domingo, M. Soledad Domingo, Paul L. Koch, Jorge Morales and M. Teresa Alberdi

Carnivoran resource and habitat use in the context of a Late Miocene faunal turnover episode. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 461–483, 4 fig. (1 col.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Jeremy E. Martin, Theo Tacail and Vincent Balter

Non-traditional isotope perspectives in vertebrate palaeobiology. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 485–502, 5 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Victoria A. Hudspith and Claire M. Belcher

Observations of the structural changes that occur during charcoalification: implications for identifying charcoal in the fossil record. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 503–510, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Yunhuan Liu, Tiequan Shao, Huaqiao Zhang, Qi Wang, Yanan Zhang, Cheng Chen, Yongchun Liang and Jiaqi Xue

A new scyphozoan from the Cambrian Fortunian Stage of South China. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 511–518, 4 comp. phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Johan Vellekoop, Femke Holwerda, Mercedes B. Prámparo, Veronica Willmott, Stefan Schouten, Nestor R. Cúneo, Roberto A. Scasso and Henk Brinkhuis

Climate and sea-level changes across a shallow marine Cretaceous–Palaeogene boundary succession in Patagonia, Argentina. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 519–534, 6 fig./plt. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold David W. E. Hone and Jordan C. Mallon

Protracted growth impedes the detection of sexual dimorphism in non-avian dinosaurs. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 535–545, 5 fig. (incl. plt. with col. phot.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Evan T. Saitta, Chris Rogers, Richard A. Brooker, Geoffrey D. Abbott, Sumit Kumar, Shane S. O'Reilly, Paul Donohoe, Suryendu Dutta, Roger E. Summons and Jakob Vinther

Low fossilization potential of keratin protein revealed by experimental taphonomy. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 547–556, 1 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Hugh Trenchard, Carlton E. Brett and Matjaž Perc

Trilobite ‘pelotons’: possible hydrodynamic drag effects between leading and following trilobites in trilobite queues. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 557–569, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Tomaz P. Melo, Agustín G. Martinelli and Marina B. Soares

A new gomphodont cynodont (Traversodontidae) from the Middle–Late Triassic Dinodontosaurus Assemblage Zone of the Santa Maria Supersequence, Brazil. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 571–582, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Olle Hints, Petra Tonarová, Mats E. Eriksson, Claudia V. Rubinstein and G. Susana de la Puente

Early Middle Ordovician scolecodonts from north-western Argentina and the emergence of labidognath polychaete jaw apparatuses. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 583–593, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Muhui Zhang, Haishui Jiang, Mark A. Purnell and Xulong Lai

Testing hypotheses of element loss and instability in the apparatus composition of complex conodonts: articulated skeletons of Hindeodus. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-4; pp. 595–608, 10 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

60-5

 

sold David A. T. Harper, Leonid E. Popov and Lars E. Holmer

Brachiopods: origin and early history. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 609–631, 7 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Romain Amiot, Xu Wang, Shuo Wang, Christophe Lécuyer, Jean-Michel Mazin, Jinyou Mo, Jean-Pierre Flandrois, François Fourel, Xiaolin Wang, Xing Xu, Zhijun Zhang and Zhonghe Zhou

δ18O-derived incubation temperatures of oviraptorosaur eggs. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 633–647, 7 fig. (incl. 1 col. plt. with phot.). Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Geerat J. Vermeij

Life in the arena: infaunal gastropods and the late Phanerozoic expansion of marine ecosystems into sand. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 649–661, 1 phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Margret Steinthorsdottir and Eckart Håkansson

Endo- and epilithic faunal succession in a Pliocene–Pleistocene cave on Rhodes, Greece: record of a transgression. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 663–681, 14 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Phoebe A. Cohen, Spencer W. Irvine and Justin V. Strauss

Vase-shaped microfossils from the Tonian Callison Lake Formation of Yukon, Canada: taxonomy, taphonomy and stratigraphic palaeobiology. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 683–701, 16 fig./phot., somecol. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Sonny A. Walton and Dieter Korn

Iterative ontogenetic development of ammonoid conch shapes from the Devonian through to the Jurassic. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 703–726, 16 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Mark N. Puttick, Jürgen Kriwet, Wen Wen, Shixue Hu, Gavin H. Thomas and Michael J. Benton

Body length of bony fishes was not a selective factor during the biggest mass extinction of all time. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 727–741, 6 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Thilo C. Fischer, Oluwadayo O. Sonibare, Birgitt Aschauer, Eike Kleine-Benne, Paula Braun and Barbara Meller

Amber from the Alpine Triassic of Lunz (Carnian, Austria): a classic palaeobotanical site. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-5; pp. 743–759, 6 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

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Degan Shu, Simon Conway Morris, Jian Han, Jennifer F. Hoyal Cuthill, Zhifei Zhang, Meirong Cheng and Hai Huang

Multi-jawed chaetognaths from the Chengjiang Lagerstätte (Cambrian, Series 2, Stage 3) of Yunnan, China. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 763–772, 5 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Adiël A. Klompmaker, Roger W. Portell and Michael G. Frick

Comparative experimental taphonomy of eight marine arthropods indicates distinct differences in preservation potential. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 773–794, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

John S. Peel

Feeding behaviour of a new worm (Priapulida) from the Sirius Passet Lagerstätte (Cambrian Series 2, Stage 3) of North Greenland (Laurentia). - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 795–805, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

José N. Pérez-Asensio, Julio Aguirre and Francisco J. Rodríguez-Tovar

The effect of bioturbation by polychaetes (Opheliidae) on benthic foraminiferal assemblages and test preservation. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 807–827, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Moya Meredith Smith, Brett Clark, Daniel Goujet and Zerina Johanson

Evolutionary origins of teeth in jawed vertebrates: conflicting data from acanthothoracid dental plates (‘Placodermi’). - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 829–836, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Bin Bai

Eocene Pachynolophinae (Perissodactyla, Palaeotheriidae) from China, and their palaeobiogeographical implications. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 837–852, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Xing Wang, Jian Han, Jean Vannier, Qiang Ou, Xiaoguang Yang, Kentaro Uesugi, Osamu Sasaki and Tsuyoshi Komiya

Anatomy and affinities of a new 535-million-year-old medusozoan from the Kuanchuanpu Formation, South China. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 853–867, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Qing Tang, Nigel C. Hughes, N. Ryan McKenzie, Paul M. Myrow and Shuhai Xiao

Late Mesoproterozoic – early Neoproterozoic organic-walled microfossils from the Madhubani Group of the Ganga Valley, northern India. - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 869–891, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

David F. Wright and Ursula Toom

New crinoids from the Baltic region (Estonia): fossil tip-dating phylogenetics constrains the origin and Ordovician–Silurian diversification of the Flexibilia (Echinodermata). - 2017. Palaeontology 60-6; pp. 893–910, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

 

Vol. 59 - 2016

 

Derek E. G. Briggs and Sean McMahon - The role of experiments in investigating the taphonomy of exceptional preservation. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 1–11, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Xiaodong Shang, Pengju Liu, Ben Yang, Shouming Chen and Chuchu Wang - Ecology and phylogenetic affinity of the early Cambrian tubular microfossil Megathrix longus. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 13–28, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Timothy R. Smithson, Kelly R. Richards and Jennifer A. Clack - Lungfish diversity in Romer's Gap: reaction to the end-Devonian extinction. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 29–44, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Alexander G. Liu, Jack J. Matthews and Duncan McIlroy - The Beothukis/Culmofrons problem and its bearing on Ediacaran macrofossil taxonomy: evidence from an exceptional new fossil locality. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 45–58, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Andy Gale and Günter Schweigert - A new phosphatic-shelled cirripede (Crustacea, Thoracica) from the Lower Jurassic (Toarcian) of Germany – the oldest epiplanktonic barnacle. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 59–70, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

A. D. Muscente, Warren D. Allmon and Shuhai Xiao - The hydroid fossil record and analytical techniques for assessing the affinities of putative hydrozoans and possible hemichordates. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 71–87, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Paul K. Strother and Charles H. Wellman - Palaeoecology of a billion-year-old non-marine cyanobacterium from the Torridon Group and Nonesuch Formation. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 89–108, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Sangmin Lee, G. R. Shi, Heeju Park and Jun-Ichi Tazawa - Antitropicality and convergent evolution: a case study of Permian neospiriferine brachiopods. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 109–138, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Pablo S. Milla Carmona, Darío G. Lazo and Ignacio M. Soto - Giving taxonomic significance to morphological variability in the bivalve Ptychomya Agassiz. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 139–154, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Roger A. Close, Brian M. Davis, Stig Walsh, Andrzej S. Wolniewicz, Matt Friedman and Roger B. J. Benson - A lower jaw of Palaeoxonodon from the Middle Jurassic of the Isle of Skye, Scotland, sheds new light on the diversity of British stem therians. - 2016. Palaeontology 59; pp. 155–169, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

 

59-2

 

Maggie Cusack - Biomineral electron backscatter diffraction for palaeontology. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 171–179, 3 col. fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

James C. Lamsdell - Horseshoe crab phylogeny and independent colonizations of fresh water: ecological invasion as a driver for morphological innovation. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 181–194, 4 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Jerry J. Hooker - Skeletal adaptations and phylogeny of the oldest mole Eotalpa (Talpidae, Lipotyphla, Mammalia) from the UK Eocene: the beginning of fossoriality in moles. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 195–216, 12 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Delphine Angst, Eric Buffetaut, Christophe Lecuyer and Romain Amiot -  A new method for estimating locomotion type in large ground birds. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 217–223, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

sold Christopher D. Dean, Philip D. Mannion and Richard J. Butler - Preservational bias controls the fossil record of pterosaurs. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 225–247, 7 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Marcello Ruta and Matthew A. Wills - Comparable disparity in the appendicular skeleton across the fish–tetrapod transition, and the morphological gap between fish and tetrapod postcrania. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 249–267, 9 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Michael Streng, Aodhán D. Butler, John S. Peel, Russell J. Garwood and Jean-Bernard Caron - A new family of Cambrian rhynchonelliformean brachiopods (Order Naukatida) with an aberrant coral-like morphology. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 269–293, 8 fig./plts., 1 col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Markus Poschmann, Brigitte Schoenemann and Victoria E. McCoy - Telltale eyes: the lateral visual systems of Rhenish Lower Devonian eurypterids (Arthropoda, Chelicerata) and their palaeobiological implications. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 295–304, 4 fig. (incl. col. plt.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Sam M. Slater and Charles H. Wellman - Middle Jurassic vegetation dynamics based on quantitative analysis of spore/pollen assemblages from the Ravenscar Group, North Yorkshire, UK. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-2; pp. 305–328, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

59-3

 

Christopher B. Cameron - Saccoglossus testa from the Mazon Creek fauna (Pennsylvanian of Illinois) and the evolution of acorn worms (Enteropneusta: Hemichordata). - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 329–336, 4 fig., incl. photoplt. Orig. extract, 4to. € 3

 

Maria E. McNamara, Bart E. van Dongen, Nick P. Lockyer, Ian D. Bull and Patrick J. Orr - Fossilization of melanosomes via sulfurization. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 337–350, 4 fig., incl. 1 col. Orig. extract, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold T. Lynn Harrell Jr, Alberto Pérez-Huerta and Celina A. Suarez - Endothermic mosasaurs? Possible thermoregulation of Late Cretaceous mosasaurs (Reptilia, Squamata) indicated by stable oxygen isotopes in fossil bioapatite in comparison with coeval marine fish and pelagic seabirds. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 351–363, 3 fig., incl. col. phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 3,50

 

Willian M. K. Matsumura, Naira M. Balzaretti and Roberto Iannuzzi - Fourier transform infrared characterization of the Middle Devonian non-vascular plant Spongiophyton. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 365–386, 8 fig. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Xi-Ping Dong, Kelly Vargas, John A. Cunningham, Huaqiao Zhang, Teng Liu, Fang Chen, Jianbo Liu, Stefan Bengtson and Philip C. J. Donoghue - Developmental biology of the early Cambrian cnidarian Olivooides. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 387–407, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 5

 

Gregor Radtke and Helmut Keupp - Imbricate radial sculpture: a convergent feature within externally shelled cephalopods. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 409–421, 6 fig., incl. 2 photoplt. Orig. extract, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Daniel G. Dick, Günter Schweigert and Erin E. Maxwell - Trophic niche ontogeny and palaeoecology of early Toarcian Stenopterygius (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria). - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 423–431, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 3

 

sold E. Martín Hechenleitner, Lucas E. Fiorelli, Gerald Grellet-Tinner, Léa Leuzinger, Giorgio Basilici, Jeremías R. A. Taborda, Sergio R. de la Vega and Carlos A. Bustamante - A new Upper Cretaceous titanosaur nesting site from La Rioja (NW Argentina), with implications for titanosaur nesting strategies. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 433–446, 6 fig., incl. many phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

sold Curtis R. Congreve and James C. Lamsdell - Implied weighting and its utility in palaeontological datasets: a study using modelled phylogenetic matrices. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 447–462, 5 fig. Orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

Paul Wilson, Luke A. Parry, Jakob Vinther and Gregory D. Edgecombe - Unveiling biases in soft-tissue phosphatization: extensive preservation of musculature in the Cretaceous (Cenomanian) polychaete Rollinschaeta myoplena (Annelida: Amphinomidae). - 2016. Palaeontology 59-3; pp. 463–479, 7 fig., incl. 4 photoplt. Orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

59-4

 

sold Paul D. Taylor - Competition between encrusters on marine hard substrates and its fossil record. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-4; pp. 481–497, 9 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Roger A. Close, Zerina Johanson, James C. Tyler, Richard C. Harrington and Matt Friedman - Mosaicism in a new Eocene pufferfish highlights rapid morphological innovation near the origin of crown tetraodontiforms. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-4; pp. 499–514, 4 col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Bin Wan, Xunlai Yuan, Zhe Chen, Chengguo Guan, Ke Pang, Qing Tang and Shuhai Xiao - Systematic description of putative animal fossils from the early Ediacaran Lantian Formation of South China. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-4; pp. 515–532, 2 col. fig., 4 col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Malena Lorente, Laura Chornogubsky and Francisco J. Goin - On the existence of non-microbiotherian Australidelphian marsupials (Diprotodontia) in the Eocene of Patagonia. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-4; pp. 533–547, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

James B. Jago, Diego C. García-Bellido and James G. Gehling - An early Cambrian chelicerate from the Emu Bay Shale, South Australia. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-4; pp. 549–562, 7 fig./col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Eli Amson, Juan D. Carrillo and Carlos Jaramillo - Neogene sloth assemblages (Mammalia, Pilosa) of the Cocinetas Basin (La Guajira, Colombia): implications for the Great American Biotic Interchange. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-4; pp. 563–582, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Elena Naimark, Maria Kalinina, Alexander Shokurov, Natalia Boeva, Alexander Markov and Liubov Zaytseva - Decaying in different clays: implications for soft-tissue preservation. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-4; pp. 583–595, 5 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

 

 

59-5

 

Elizabeth M. Harper - Uncovering the holes and cracks: from anecdote to testable hypotheses in predation studies. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 597–609, 2 col phot. of molluscs. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Christian Klug, Linda Frey, Dieter Korn, Romain Jattiot and Martin Rücklin - The oldest Gondwanan cephalopod mandibles (Hangenberg Black Shale, Late Devonian) and the mid-Palaeozoic rise of jaws. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 611–629, 9 fig./plts., incl. col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Ozan Erdal, Pierre-Olivier Antoine and Sevket Sen - New material of Palaeoamasia kansui (Embrithopoda, Mammalia) from the Eocene of Turkey and a phylogenetic analysis of Embrithopoda at the species level. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 631–655, 10 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Tae-Yoon S. Park, Ji-Hoon Kihm, Jusun Woo, Young-Hwan G. Kim and Jong-Ik Lee - Ontogeny of the Furongian (late Cambrian) trilobite Proceratopyge cf. P. Lata Whitehouse from northern Victoria Land, Antarctica, and the evolution of metamorphosis in trilobites. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 657–670, 7 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Axelle Zacaï, Arnaud Brayard, Jean-Louis Dommergues, Christian Meister, Gilles Escarguel, Rémi Laffont, Bruno Vrielynck and Emmanuel Fara - Gauging scale effects and biogeographical signals in similarity distance decay analyses: an Early Jurassic ammonite case study. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 671–687, 6 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Aodhán Ó Gogáin, Howard J. Falcon-Lang, David K. Carpenter, Randall F. Miller, Michael J. Benton, Peir K. Pufahl, Marcello Ruta, Thomas G. Davies, Steven J. Hinds and Matthew R. Stimson - Fish and tetrapod communities across a marine to brackish salinity gradient in the Pennsylvanian (early Moscovian) Minto Formation of New Brunswick, Canada, and their palaeoecological and palaeogeographical implications. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 689–724, 17 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Yanlong Chen, Thomas A. Neubauer, Leopold Krystyn and Sylvain Richoz - Allometry in Anisian (Middle Triassic) segminiplanate conodonts and its implications for conodont taxonomy. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 725–741, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Błażej Błażejowski, Carlton E. Brett, Adrian Kin, Andrzej Radwański and Michał Gruszczyński - Ancient animal migration: a case study of eyeless, dimorphic Devonian trilobites from Poland. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-5; pp. 743–751, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2,50

 

59-6

 

 

V. Paul Wright and Lesley Cherns - How far did feedback between biodiversity and early diagenesis affect the nature of Early Palaeozoic sea floors? - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 753–765, 4 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Isabelle Kruta, Isabelle Rouget, Sylvain Charbonnier, Jérémie Bardin, Vincent Fernandez, Damien Germain, Arnaud Brayard and Neil Landman - Proteroctopus ribeti in coleoid evolution. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 767–773, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 2

 

Helmut Keupp, René Hoffmann, Kevin Stevens and Raimund Albersdörfer - Key innovations in Mesozoic ammonoids: the multicuspidate radula and the calcified aptychus. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 775–791, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Gerald Mayr, Michael Pittman, Evan Saitta, Thomas G. Kaye and Jakob Vinther - Structure and homology of Psittacosaurus tail bristles. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 793–802, 4 comp. col. phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Diego Balseiro and Karen Halpern - Environmental preferences of brachiopods and bivalves across major climatic changes during the Late Palaeozoic ice age (Pennsylvanian, western Argentina). - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 803–816, 10 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Paula Giovana Pazinato, Marina Bento Soares and Karen Adami-Rodrigues - Systematic and palaeoecological significance of the first record of Pygocephalomorpha females bearing oöstegites (Malacostraca, Peracarida) from the lower Permian of southern Brazil. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 817–826, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Sébastien Olive, Per E. Ahlberg, Vincent N. Pernègre, Édouard Poty, Étienne Steurbaut and Gaël Clément - New discoveries of tetrapods (ichthyostegid-like and whatcheeriid-like) in the Famennian (Late Devonian) localities of Strud and Becco (Belgium). - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 827–840, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Jakob Vinther, Luis Porras, Fletcher J. Young, Graham E. Budd and Gregory D. Edgecombe - The mouth apparatus of the Cambrian gilled lobopodian Pambdelurion whittingtoni. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 841–849, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Christophe Hendrickx, Fernando Abdala and Jonah Choiniere - Postcanine microstructure in Cricodon metabolus, a Middle Triassic gomphodont cynodont from south-eastern Africa. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 851–861, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Stéphane Jouve, Bastien Mennecart, Julien Douteau and Nour-Eddine Jalil - The oldest durophagous teleosauroid (Crocodylomorpha, Thalattosuchia) from the lower Bathonian of central High Atlas, Morocco. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 863–876, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Neil Brocklehurst, Marco Romano and Jörg Fröbisch - Principal component analysis as an alternative treatment for morphometric characters: phylogeny of caseids as a case study. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 877–886, 2 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 2,50

 

sold David J. Button, Paul M. Barrett and Emily J. Rayfield - Comparative cranial myology and biomechanics of Plateosaurus and Camarasaurus and evolution of the sauropod feeding apparatus. - 2016. Palaeontology 59-6; pp. 887–913, 8 col. fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

 

Vol. 58 - 2015

 

 

Dianne Edwards - A palaeobotanical pot-pourri. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 1–3. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 1

 

Nicholas J. Butterfield - Early evolution of the Eukaryota. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 5–17, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Jakob Vinther - The origins of molluscs. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 19–34, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Joseph P. Botting, Paco Cárdenas and John S. Peel - A crown-group demosponge from the early Cambrian Sirius Passet Biota, North Greenland. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 35–43, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Pei-Yun Cong, Xian-Guang Hou, Richard J. Aldridge, Mark A. Purnell and Yi-Zhen Li - New data on the palaeobiology of the enigmatic yunnanozoans from the Chengjiang Biota, Lower Cambrian, China. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 45–70, 17 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Jean-Pierre Masse and Mukerrem Fenerci-Masse - Evolution of the rudist bivalve Agriopleura Kühn (Radiolitidae, Hippuritida) from the Mediterranean region. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 71–100, 20 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Javier N. Gelfo, Thomas Mörs, Malena Lorente, Guillermo M. López and Marcelo Reguero - The oldest mammals from Antarctica, early Eocene of the La Meseta Formation, Seymour Island. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 101–110, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Ismael Coronado, Alberto Pérez-Huerta and Sergio Rodríguez - Crystallographic orientations of structural elements in skeletons of Syringoporicae (tabulate corals, Carboniferous): implications for biomineralization processes in Palaeozoic corals. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 111–132, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Brigitte Schoenemann and Euan N. K. Clarkson - Eyes and vision in the coeval Furongian trilobites Sphaerophthalmus alatus (Boeck, 1938) and Ctenopyge (Mesoctenopyge) tumida Westergård, 1922, from Bornholm, Denmark. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 133–140, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Martín D. Ezcurra and Richard J. Butler - Taxonomy of the proterosuchid archosauriforms (Diapsida: Archosauromorpha) from the earliest Triassic of South Africa, and implications for the early archosauriform radiation. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 141–170, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Wen Guo, Yuanlin Sun and Andrzej Baliński - Parallel evolution of jugal structures in Devonian athyridide brachiopods. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 171–182, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Diego Castanera, Jorge Colmenar, Víctor Sauqué and José I. Canudo - Geometric morphometric analysis applied to theropod tracks from the Lower Cretaceous (Berriasian) of Spain. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-1; pp. 183–200, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

58-2

 

Marshall, A.O. & C.P. Marshall - Vibrational spectroscopy of fossils. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 201–211, 3 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Friedman, Matt - The early evolution of ray-finned fishes. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 213–228, 4 fig./col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Peel, John S. - Operculum regeneration following failed predation in the Silurian gastropod Oriostoma. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 229–237, 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Stidham, T.A. - A new species of Limnofragia (Pelcaniformes: Fragatidae) from the Early Eocene Wasatch Formation of Wyoming: implications for palaeoecology and palaeobiology. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 239–249, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Luque, Javier - The older higher true crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura): insights from the Early Cretaceous of the Americas. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 251-263, 4 fig./photoplts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Ortega-Hernández, J. et al. - A rare non-trilobite artiopodan from the Guzhangian (Cambrian series 3) Weeks Formation Konservat-Lagerstätte in Utah, USA. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 265–276, 4 fig./plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Fox, R.C. - A ‘giant’ purgatoriid (Plesiadapiformes) from the Paleocene of Montana, USA: mosaic evolution in the earliest primates. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 277-291, 1 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Smithwick, Fiann M. - Feeding ecology of the deep-bodied fish Dapedium (Actinopterygii, Neopterygii) from the Sinemurian of Dorset, England. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 293–311, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Mukherjee, Debarati - New insights from bone microanatomy of the Late Triassic Hyperodapedon (Archosauromorpha, Rhynchosauria): implications for archosauromorph growth strategy. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 313–339, 12 fig./photoplts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Tejada-Lara, J.V. et al. - Life in proto-Amazonia: Middle Miocene mammals from the Fitzcarrald Arch (Peruvian Amazonia). - 2015. Palaeontology 58-2; pp. 341–378, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

58-3

 

Alexander J. Hetherington, Emma Sherratt, Marcello Ruta, Mark Wilkinson, Bradley Deline and Philip C. J. Donoghue - Do cladistic and morphometric data capture common patterns of morphological disparity? - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 393–399, 2 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

sold Daniel J. Field, Aaron LeBlanc, Adrienne Gau and Adam D. Behlke - Pelagic neonatal fossils support viviparity and precocial life history of Cretaceous mosasaurs. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 401–407, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

Marie-Béatrice Forel, Sylvie Crasquin, Anisong Chitnarin, Lucia Angiolini and Maurizio Gaetani - Precocious sexual dimorphism and the Lilliput effect in Neo-Tethyan Ostracoda (Crustacea) through the Permian–Triassic boundary. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 409–454, 29 fig./phot. (incl. 6 plts.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Enrique Villas, Jorge Colmenar and Juan C. Gutiérrez-Marco - Late Ordovician brachiopods from Peru and their palaeobiogeographical relationships. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 455–487, 16 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Robert W. Boessenecker and Ashley W. Poust - Freshwater occurrence of the extinct dolphin Parapontoporia (Cetacea: Lipotidae) from the upper Pliocene nonmarine Tulare Formation of California. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 489–496, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

Linda Lagebro, Pierre Gueriau, Thomas A. Hegna, Nicolas Rabet, Aodhán D. Butler and Graham E. Budd - The oldest notostracan (Upper Devonian Strud locality, Belgium). - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 497–509, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Michael D. D'Emic, Kathlyn M. Smith and Zachary T. Ansley - Unusual histology and morphology of the ribs of mosasaurs (Squamata). - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 511–520, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Terri J. Cleary, Benjamin C. Moon, Alexander M. Dunhill and Michael J. Benton - The fossil record of ichthyosaurs, completeness metrics and sampling biases. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 521–536, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Yanhong Pan, Franz T. Fürsich, Jiangyong Zhang, Yaqiong Wang and Xiaoting Zheng - Biostratinomic analysis of Lycoptera beds from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation, western Liaoning, China. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. 537–561, 17 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Morgane Brosse, Hugo Bucher, Borhan Bagherpour, Aymon Baud, Åsa M. Frisk, Kuang Guodun and Nicolas Goudemand - Conodonts from the Early Triassic microbialite of Guangxi (South China): implications for the definition of the base of the Triassic System. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-3; pp. pages 563–584, 2 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

58-4

 

Paul D. Taylor and Andrea Waeschenbach - Phylogeny and diversification of bryozoans. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 585–599, 12 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Charles H. Wellman and Paul K. Strother - The terrestrial biota prior to the origin of land plants (embryophytes): a review of the evidence. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 601–627, 3 comp. col. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Cédric Aria, Jean-Bernard Caron and Robert Gaines - A large new leanchoiliid from the Burgess Shale and the influence of inapplicable states on stem arthropod phylogeny. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 629–660, 15 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

David K. Carpenter, Howard J. Falcon-Lang, Michael J. Benton and Melissa Grey - Early Pennsylvanian (Langsettian) fish assemblages from the Joggins Formation, Canada, and their implications for palaeoecology and palaeogeography. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 661–690, 19 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Plamen S. Andreev, Michael I. Coates, Richard M. Shelton, Paul R. Cooper, M. Paul Smith and Ivan J. Sansom - Upper Ordovician chondrichthyan-like scales from North America. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 691–704, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Martin R. Smith, Thomas H. P. Harvey and Nicholas J. Butterfield - The macro- and microfossil record of the Cambrian priapulid Ottoia. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 705–721, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Ryan D. Marek, Benjamin C. Moon, Matt Williams and Michael J. Benton - The skull and endocranium of a Lower Jurassic ichthyosaur based on digital reconstructions. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 723–742, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Curtis R. Congreve, Andrew Z. Krug and Mark E. Patzkowsky - Phylogenetic revision of the Strophomenida, a diverse and ecologically important Palaeozoic brachiopod order. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-4; pp. 743–758, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

 

58-5

 

Barry H. Lomax and Wesley T. Fraser - Palaeoproxies: botanical monitors and recorders of atmospheric change. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 759–768, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Bettina E. Schirrmeister, Muriel Gugger and Philip C. J. Donoghue - Cyanobacteria and the Great Oxidation Event: evidence from genes and fossils. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 769–785 & 935-36, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

sold Jennifer L. Morris, Jonathan R. Leake, William E. Stein, Christopher M. Berry, John E. A. Marshall, Charles H. Wellman, J. Andrew Milton, Stephen Hillier, Frank Mannolini, Joe Quirk and David J. Beerling - Investigating Devonian trees as geo-engineers of past climates: linking palaeosols to palaeobotany and experimental geobiology. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 787–801, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Dianne Edwards, Lesley Cherns and John A. Raven - Could land-based early photosynthesizing ecosystems have bioengineered the planet in mid-Palaeozoic times ? - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 803–837, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Christopher D. Dean, Mark D. Sutton, Derek J. Siveter and David J. Siveter - A novel respiratory architecture in the Silurian mollusc Acaenoplax. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 839–847, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Sam Giles, Michael I. Coates, Russell J. Garwood, Martin D. Brazeau, Robert Atwood, Zerina Johanson and Matt Friedman - Endoskeletal structure in Cheirolepis (Osteichthyes, Actinopterygii), An early ray-finned fish. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 849–870, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Michael Hautmann, Borhan Bagherpour, Morgane Brosse, Åsa Frisk, Richard Hofmann, Aymon Baud, Alexander Nützel, Nicolas Goudemand and Hugo Bucher - Competition in slow motion: the unusual case of benthic marine communities in the wake of the end-Permian mass extinction. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 871–901, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

sold Steven M. Holland and Mark E. Patzkowsky - The stratigraphy of mass extinction. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 903–924, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Junye Ma, Paul D. Taylor, Fengsheng Xia and Renbin Zhan - The oldest known bryozoan: Prophyllodictya (Cryptostomata) from the lower Tremadocian (Lower Ordovician) of Liujiachang, south-western Hubei, central China. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-5; pp. 925–934, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

 

58 - 6

 

William I. Ausich, Thomas W. Kammer, Elizabeth C. Rhenberg and David F. Wright - Early phylogeny of crinoids within the pelmatozoan clade. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 937–952, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Butterfield, N.J. - Proterozoic photosynthesis – a critical review. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 953–972, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Smith, Martin R. - A palaeoscolecid worm from the Burgess Shale. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 973–979, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

sold Sébastien Olive, Gaël Clément, Edward B. Daeschler and Vincent Dupret - Characterization of the placoderm (Gnathostomata) assemblage from the tetrapod-bearing locality of Strud (Belgium, upper Famennian). - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 981–1002, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Michael J. Benton - Palaeodiversity and formation counts: redundancy or bias ? - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 1003–1029, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Laura B. Porro, Emily J. Rayfield and Jennifer A. Clack - Computed tomography, anatomical description and three-dimensional reconstruction of the lower jaw of Eusthenopteron foordi Whiteaves, 1881 from the Upper Devonian of Canada. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 1031–1047, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Floréal Solé, Jocelyn Falconnet and Dominique Vidalenc - New fossil Hyaenodonta (Mammalia, Placentalia) from the Ypresian and Lutetian of France and the evolution of the Proviverrinae in southern Europe. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 1049–1072, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold Marco Romano and Umberto Nicosia - Cladistic analysis of Caseidae (Caseasauria, Synapsida): using the gap-weighting method to include taxa based on incomplete specimens. - 2015. Palaeontology 58-6; pp. 1109–1130, ilustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

 

 

Vol. 57 - 2014

 

 

Euan N. K. Clarkson - Ammonoid palaeobiology. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 1–6, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 2

 

Martin, Anthony J., Patricia Vickers-Rich, Thomas H. Rich and Michael Hall - Oldest known avian footprints from Australia: Eumeralla Formation (Albian), Dinosaur Cove, Victoria. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 7–19, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Thomas, Barry A. - In situ stems: preservation states and growth habits of the Pennsylvanian (Carboniferous) calamitaleans based upon new studies of Calamites Sternberg, 1820 in the Duckmantian at Brymbo, North Wales, UK. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 21–36, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Knight, Robin I., Noel J. Morris, Jonathan A. Todd, Lauren E. Howard and Alexander D. Ball - Exceptional preservation of a novel gill grade in large Cretaceous inoceramids: systematic and palaeobiological implications. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 37–54, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Sato, Tamaki, Li-Jun Zhao, Xiao-Chun Wu and Chun Li - A new specimen of the Triassic pistosauroid Yunguisaurus, with implications for the origin of Plesiosauria (Reptilia, Sauropterygia). - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 55–76, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Misaki, Akihiro, Haruyoshi Maeda, Taro Kumagae and Masahiro Ichida - Commensal anomiid bivalves on Late Cretaceous heteromorph ammonites from south-west Japan. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 77–95, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Bonato, Lucio, Gregory D. Edgecombe and Alessandro Minelli - Geophilomorph centipedes from the Cretaceous amber of Burma. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 97–110, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Morlo, Michael, Katharina Bastl, Wu Wenhao and Stephan F. K. Schaal - The first species of Sinopa (Hyaenodontida, Mammalia) from outside of North America: implications for the history of the genus in the Eocene of Asia and North America. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 111–125, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Alycia L. Stigall, Daniel I. Hembree, Elizabeth H. Gierlowski-Kordesch and Heather C. Weismiller - Evidence for a dioecious mating system in Early Jurassic Hardapestheria maxwelli gen. et sp. nov. (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Spinicaudata) from the Kalkrand Formation of Namibia. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 127–140, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Zhan, Renbin, David A. T. Harper et al. - Middle Ordovician Aporthophyla brachiopod fauna from the roof of the World, southern Tibet. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 141–170, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Skovsted, Christian B., Sébastien Clausen, Javier J. Álvaro and Deborah Ponlevé - Tommotiids from the early Cambrian (Series 2, Stage 3) of Morocco and the evolution of the tannuolinid scleritome and setigerous shell structures in stem group brachiopods. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 171–192, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Colmenar, Jorge, David A. T. Harper and Enrique Villas - Morphofunctional analysis of Svobodaina species (Brachiopoda, Heterorthidae) from south-western Europe. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 193–214, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Smith, Martin R. - Ontogeny, morphology and taxonomy of the soft-bodied Cambrian ‘mollusc’ Wiwaxia. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-1; pp. 215–229, illustr. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

57-2

 

Mayr, Gerald - The origins of crown group birds: molecules and fossils. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 231–242, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Pearson, Paul N. & Helen K. Coxall - Origin of the Eocene planktonic foraminifer Hantkenina by gradual evolution. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 243–267, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Park, Tae-Yoon, Ju Eon Kim, Seung-Bae Lee & Duck K. Choi - Mansuyia Sun, 1924 and Tsinania Walcott, 1914 from the Furongian of North China and the evolution of the trilobite family Tsinaniidae. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 269–282, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Tarhan, Lidya G., Nigel C. Hughes, Paul M. Myrow, Om N. Bhargava, Arun D. Ahluwalia & Anatoliy B. Kudryavtsev - Precambrian–Cambrian boundary interval occurrence and form of the enigmatic tubular body fossil Shaanxilithes ningqiangensis from the Lesser Himalaya of India. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 283–298, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Beu, Alan & Marco Taviani - Early Miocene Mollusca from McMurdo Sound, Antarctica (ANDRILL 2A drill core), with a review of Antarctic Oligocene and Neogene Pectinidae (Bivalvia). - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 299–342, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Aires, Alex S. S., Alexander W. A. Kellner, Rodrigo T. Müller, Lúcio R. Da Silva, Cristian P. Pacheco & Sérgio Dias-Da-Silva - New postcranial elements of the Thalassodrominae (Pterodactyloidea, Tapejaridae) from the Romualdo Formation (Aptian–Albian), Santana Group, Araripe Basin, Brazil. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 343–355, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Lukeneder, Susanne & Alexander Lukeneder - A new ammonoid fauna from the Carnian (Upper Triassic) Kasimlar Formation of the Taurus Mountains (Anatolia, Turkey). - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 357–396, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Audo, Denis, Günter Schweigert, Joachim T. Haug, Carolin Haug, Jean-Paul Saint Martin and Sylvain Charbonnier - Diversity and palaeoecology of the enigmatic genus Knebelia (Eucrustacea, Decapoda, Eryonidae) from Upper Jurassic plattenkalks in southern Germany. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 397–416, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Larsson, Cecilia M., Christian B. Skovsted, Glenn A. Brock, Uwe Balthasar, Timothy P. Topper & Lars E. Holmer - Paterimitra pyramidalis from South Australia: scleritome, shell structure and evolution of a lower Cambrian stem group brachiopod. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 417–446, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Sarzetti, Laura C., Pablo A. Dinghi, Jorge F. Genise, Emilio Bedatou & Mariano Verde - Curved fossil bee cells as tools for reconstructing the evolutionary history and palaeogeographical distribution of Diphaglossinae (Apoidea, Colletidae). - 2014. Palaeontology 57-2; pp. 447–455, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

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sold Langer, M.C. - The origins of Dinosauria: much ado about nothing. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-3; pp. 469-478, 4 fig., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Edgecombe, G.D. & D.A. Legg - Origins and early evolution of arthropods. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-3; pp. 457-468, 4 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Johansen, Z. & K. Trinajstic - Fossilized ontogenies: the contribution of placoderm ontogeny to our understanding of the evolution of early gnathostomes. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-3; pp. 505-516, 6 col. phot./plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Schoch, R.R. - Life cycles, plasticity and palaeoecology in temnospondyl amphibians. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-3; pp. 517-529, 5 col. fig., some col. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Hofmann, R. et al. - Recovery of benthic marine communities from the end-Permian mass extinction at the low latitudes of eastern Panthalassa. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-3; pp. 547-589, 22 fig./phot., largely on molluscs. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Adolfssen, J.S. & D.J. Ward - Crossing the boundary: an elasmobranch fauna from Stevns Klint, Denmark. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-3; pp. 591-529, 13 fig./plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7,50

 

Marshall, D.J. et al. - A diverse chasmataspidid (Arthropoda: Chelicerata) fauna from the Early devonian (Lochkovian) of Siberia). - 2014. Palaeontology 57-3; pp. 631-655, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

57-4

 

Van Iten, Heyo, Antonio C. Marques, Juliana de Moraes Leme, Mirian L. A. Forancelli Pacheco and Marcello Guimaraes Simões - Origin and early diversification of the phylum Cnidaria Verrill: major developments in the analysis of the taxon's Proterozoic – Cambrian history. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 677-690, 5 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Legg, David A. and Jean-Bernard Caron - New Middle Cambrian bivalved arthropods from the Burgess Shale (British Columbia, Canada). - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 691-711, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Fernandez-Lopez, Sixto R. and Giulio Pavia - New species of Franchia and Protozigzagiceras (Ammonoidea, Middle Jurassic): the phyletic origin of Zigzagiceratinae. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 713-741, 21 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold Jansen, Maren and Nicole Klein - A juvenile turtle (Testudines, Eucryptodira) from the Upper Jurassic of Langenberg Quarry, Oker, Northern Germany. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 743-756, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Martin, Jeremy E., Komsorn Lauprasert, Eric Buffetaut, Romain Liard and Varavudh Suteethorn - A large pholidosaurid in the Phu Kradung Formation of north-eastern Thailand. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 757-769, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Korn, Dieter, Christian Klug and Royal H. Mapes - The coarse wrinkle layer of Palaeozoic ammonoids: new evidence from the Early Carboniferous of Morocco. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 771-781, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Torney, Clare, Martin R. Lee and Alan W. Owen - Microstructure and growth of the lenses of schizochroal trilobite eyes. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 783-799, 11 fig./phot., most col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Ferretti, Annalisa, Stig M. Bergström and Christopher R. Barnes - Katian (Upper Ordovician) conodonts from Wales. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 801-831, 17 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Moore, John L., Guoxiang Li and Susannah M. Porter - Chancelloriid sclerites from the Lower Cambrian (Meishucunian) of eastern Yunnan, China, and the early history of the group. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-4; pp. 833-878, 14 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

57-5

 

Donoghue, Philip C. J. and Joseph N. Keating - Early vertebrate evolution. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 879–893, 4 fig./phot., incl. 2 col. plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Zijlstra, Jelle S., Donald A. McFarlane, Lars W. Van Den Hoek Ostende and Joyce Lundberg - New rodents (Cricetidae) from the Neogene of Curaçao and Bonaire, Dutch Antilles. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 895–908, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Waloszek, Dieter, Andreas Maas, Jørgen Olesen, Carolin Haug and Joachim T. Haug - A eucrustacean from the Cambrian ‘Orsten’ of Sweden with epipods and a maxillary excretory opening. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 909–930, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Etter, Walter - A well-preserved isopod from the Middle Jurassic of southern Germany and implications for the isopod fossil record. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 931–949, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Sano, Shin-Ichi, Yasuhiro Iba, Peter W. Skelton, Jean-Pierre Masse, Yolanda M. Aguilar and Tomoki Kase - The evolution of canaliculate rudists in the light of a new canaliculate polyconitid rudist from the Albian of the Central Pacific. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 951–962, 4 fig./phot., incl. col. plt. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Solé, Floréal - New carnivoraforms from the early Eocene of Europe and their bearing on the evolution of the Carnivoraformes. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 963–978, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Devaere, Léa, Sébastien Clausen, Eric Monceret, Daniel Vizcaïno, Daniel Vachard and Marie C. Genge - The tommotiid Kelanella and associated fauna from the early Cambrian of southern Montagne Noire (France): implications for camenellan phylogeny. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 979–1002, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Štorch, Petr, Štěpán Manda and David K. Loydell - The early Ludfordian leintwardinensis graptolite Event and the Gorstian–Ludfordian boundary in Bohemia (Silurian, Czech Republic). - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 1003–1043, 13 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Schoch, Rainer R., Andrew R. Milner and Florian Witzmann - Skull morphology and phylogenetic relationships of a new Middle Triassic plagiosaurid temnospondyl from Germany, and the evolution of plagiosaurid eyes. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 1045–1058, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Martínez-Pérez, Carlos, Emily J. Rayfield, Mark A. Purnell and Philip C. J. Donoghue - Finite element, occlusal, microwear and microstructural analyses indicate that conodont microstructure is adapted to dental function. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 1059–1066, 3 fig./phot., incl. col. plt. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 2,50

 

Sun, Ning, Robert J. Elias and Dong-Jin Lee - The biological affinity of Amsassia: new evidence from the Ordovician of North China. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-5; pp. 1067–1089, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

57-6

 

sold Luke Parry, Alastair Tanner and Jakob Vinther - The origin of annelids. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1091–1103, 4 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Samuel Zamora and Imran A. Rahman - Deciphering the early evolution of echinoderms with Cambrian fossils. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1105–1119, 6 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

Grzegorz Niedźwiedzki, Stephen L. Brusatte, Tomasz Sulej and Richard J. Butler - Basal dinosauriform and theropod dinosaurs from the mid–late Norian (Late Triassic) of Poland: implications for Triassic dinosaur evolution and distribution. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1121–1142, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Michael A. Ayress and Robin C. Whatley - Early Cretaceous non-marine Ostracoda from the North Falkland Basin, South Atlantic. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1143–1175, 8 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Roland B. Sookias, Andrey G. Sennikov, David J. Gower and Richard J. Butler - The monophyly of Euparkeriidae (Reptilia: Archosauriformes) and the origins of Archosauria: a revision of Dorosuchus neoetus from the Mid-Triassic of Russia. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1177–1202, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Pierre Gueriau, Sylvain Charbonnier and Gaël Clément - First decapod crustaceans in a Late Devonian continental ecosystem. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1203–1213, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

David K. Carpenter, Howard J. Falcon-Lang, Michael J. Benton and Elsa Henderson - Carboniferous (Tournaisian) fish assemblages from the Isle of Bute, Scotland: systematics and palaeoecology. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1215–1240, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Debarati Mukherjee and Sanghamitra Ray - A new Hyperodapedon (Archosauromorpha, Rhynchosauria) from the Upper Triassic of India: implications for rhynchosaur phylogeny. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1241–1276, 20 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

Sachiko Agematsu, Hiroyoshi Sano and Katsuo Sashida - Natural assemblages of Hindeodus conodonts from a Permian–Triassic boundary sequence, Japan. - 2014. Palaeontology 57-6; pp. 1277–1289, 6 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

 

 

Vol. 56 - 2013

 

56-1

 

Jaume, D. et al. - A presumed spelaeogriphacean crustacean from an upper Barremian wetland (Las Hoyas; Lower Cretaceous; Central Spain). - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 15-28, 2 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, 4to. € 4

 

Van Iten, Heyo, et al. - Life mode of in situ Conularia in a Middle Devonian epibole. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 29-48, 7 fig./phot., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Yang, Qiang et al. - A new genus of the family Panfiloviidae (Insecta, Neuroptera) from the Middle Jurassic of China. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 49-59, 2 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, 4to. € 3,50

 

Benedetto, J.L. et al. - High-latitude Hirnantian (latest Ordovician) brachiopods from the Eusebio Ayala Formation of Paraguay, Paraná Basin. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 61-78, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

sold Cernanský, Andrej & Marc Louis Augé - New species of the genus Plesiolacerta (Squamata: Lacertidae) from the upper Oligocene (MP28) of Southern Germany and a revision of the type species Plesiolacerta lydekkeri. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 79-94, 14 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Bisconti, M. et al. - Taxonomic revision of Isocetus depauwi (Mammalia, Cetacea, Mysticeti) and the phylogenetic relationships of archaic ‘cetothere’ mysticetes. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 95-127, 28 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 7

 

Neubauer, T.A. et al. - A new miocene lacustrine mollusc fauna of the Dinaride Lake System and its palaeobiogeographic, palaeoecologic and taxonomic implications. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 129-156, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, 4to. € 6

 

López-Antoñanzas, Raquel & Henry B. Wesselman - Tachyoryctes makooka (Tachyoryctini, Spalacidae, Rodentia) and its bearing on the phylogeny of the Tachyoryctini. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 157-166, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

Cocks, L.R.M. - Generic identities and relationships within the brachiopod family Sowerbyellidae. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 167-181, 4 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

sold Cavin, L. et al. - Osteology and relationships of Thaiichthys nov. gen.: a Ginglymodi from the Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous of Thailand. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 183-208, 22 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

Bassett, M.G. et al. - First report of craniide brachiopods in the Palaeozoic of Iran (Pseudocrania, Ordovician), and Early to Mid-Ordovician biogeography of the Craniida. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 209-216, 3 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

Zhang, Junfeng - Snipe flies (Diptera: Rhagionidae) from the Daohugou Formation (Jurassic), Inner Mongolia, and the systematic position of related records in China. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-1; pp. 217-228, 5 fig./plts. Orig. extract, 4to. € 3,50

 

 

56-2

 

Feist, R. & K.J. McNamara - Patterns of evolution and extinction in proetid trilobites during the late Devonian mass extinction event, Canning Basin, Western Australia. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 229–259, 1 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6,50

 

Aldridge, R.J. et al. - A 17-element conodont apparatus from the Soom Shale Lagerstätte (Upper Ordovician), South Africa. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 261–276, 13 fig./phot./plt. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

sold Apaldetti, C. et al. - The postcranial anatomy of Coloradisaurus brevis (Dinosauria: Sauropodomorpha) from the Late Triassic of Argentina and its phylogenetic implications. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 277–301, 18 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

sold Smith, M.R. & N.J. Butterfield - A new view on Nematothallus: coralline red algae from the Silurian of Gotland. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 345–357, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Rasmussen, C.M.Ø. - Late Ordovician brachiopods from eastern North Greenland: equatorial offshore migration of the Red River fauna. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 359–379, 9 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Komatsu, T. - Palaeoecology of the mid-Cretaceous siphonate bivalve genus Goshoraia (Mollusca, Veneridae) from Japan. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 381–397, 14 fig./phot./plt. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Zamora, S. et al. - The ontogeny of cinctans (stem-group Echinodermata) as revealed by a new genus, Graciacystis, from the middle Cambrian of Spain. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 399–410, 8 fig./phot./plt. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Dai, T. & X. Zhang - Morphology and ontogeny of the eodiscoid trilobite Sinodiscus changyangensis from the lower Cambrian of South China. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 411–420, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

Zamora, S. - Morphology and phylogenetic interpretation of a new Cambrian edrioasteroid (Echinodermata) from Spain. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 421–431, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Logan, A. & P. Baker - The development and shell microstructure of the pseudodeltidium and interarea in thecideide brachiopods. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-2; pp. 433–455, 6 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

 

56-3

 

Gale, A. & L. Villier - Mass mortality of an asteriid starfish (Forcipulatida, Asteroidea, Echinodermata) from the late Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) of Morocco. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-3 ; pp. 577-588, 9 fig./phot./plts., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Esteve, J. et al. - Thoracic structure and enrolment style in middle Cambrian Eccaparadoxides pradoanus presages caudalization of the derived trilobite trunk. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-3 ; pp. 589-601, 10 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Jepson, J.E. et al. - New fossil mantidflies (Insecta : Neuroptera : Mantispidae) from the Mesozoic of north-eastern china. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-3 ; pp. 603-613, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Hyzný, M. et al. - An appraisal of the fossil record for the Cirolanidae (Malacostraca : Peracarida : Isopoda : Cymothoida), with a desscription of a new cirolanid isopod crustacean from the Early Miocene of the Vienna basin (western Carpathians). - 2013. Palaeontology 56-3 ; pp. 615-630, 5 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Bert, D. & S. Bersac - Evolutionary patterns –tested with cladistics– and processes in relation to palaeoenvironments of the Upper Barremian genus Gassendiceras (Ammonitina, Lower Cretaceous). - 2013. Palaeontology 56-3 ; pp. 631-646, 6 fig., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Houssaye, A. et al. - New highlights about the enigmatic marine snake Palaeophis maghrebianus (Palaeophiidae ; Palaeophiinae) from the Ypresian (Lower Eocene) phos[phates of Morocco. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-3 ; pp. 647-661, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Herrera, Y. et al. - A new Patagonian species of Cricosaurus (Crocodyliformes, Thalattosuchia) : first evidence of Cricosaurus in middle-upper Tithonian lithographic limestone from Gondwana. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-3 ; pp. 663-678, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

 

56-4

 

Wang, Yi, et al. - Enigmatic occurrence of Permian plant roots in Lower Silurian rocks, Guizhou Province, China. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 679–683, 3 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 2

 

Schootbrugge, Bas van de, et al. - Microbes, mud and methane: cause and consequence of recurrent Early Jurassic anoxia following the end-Triassic mass extinction. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 685–709, 11 figs., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Yang, X. et al. - New fossil hangingflies (Insecta: Mecoptera: Raptipedia: Cimbrophlebiidae) from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 711–726, 8 figs./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Ausich, W.I. & T.W. Kammer - Mississippian crinoid biodiversity, biogeography and macroevolution. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 727–740, 6 figs. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Schmidt, D.N. et al. - Linking evolution and development: Synchrotron Radiation X-ray tomographic microscopy of planktic foraminifers. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 741–749, 6 figs., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

sold Monari, S. & R. Gatto - Pleurotomaria DeFrance, 1826 (Gastropoda, Mollusca) from the Lower Bajocian (Middle Jurassic) sediments of Luxembourg, with considerations on its systematics, evolution and palaeobiogeographical history. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 751–781, 17 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6,50

 

Belaústegui, Z. et al. - Clypeasteroid echinoid tests as benthic islands for gastrochaenid bivalve colonization: evidence from the Middle Miocene of Tarragona, north-east Spain. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 783–796, 11 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Souza de Faria, R. et al. - Permian Leonardosia organic oospores from southern Brazil. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 797–805, 6 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 2,50

 

Hooker, J.J. - Origin and evolution of the Pseudorhyncocyonidae, a European Paleogene family of insectivorous placental mammals. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 807–835, 13 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

Boos, A.D.S. et al. - On the presence of the Late Permian dicynodont Endothiodon in Brazil. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 837–848, 7 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Liu, Jiu, et al. - The first specimen of the Middle Triassic Phalarodon atavus (Ichthyosauria: Mixosauridae) from South China, showing postcranial anatomy and peri-Tethyan distribution. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 849–866, 10 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4,50

 

sold Liang, Kun, et al. - Growth characteristics of Protoheliolites norvegicus (Tabulata; Upper Ordovician; Estonia). - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 867–891, 17 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

Deline, B. & K.M. Parsons-Hubbard - Experimentally observed soft-tissue preservation near a marine brine seep. - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 893–900, 4 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 2,50

 

sold Wilson, L.A.B. et al. - A quantitative evaluation of evolutionary patterns in opercle bone shape in Saurichthys (Actinopterygii: Saurichthyidae). - 2013. Palaeontology 56-4; pp. 901–915, 8 figs./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

 

56-5

 

Sanz-López, J. & S. Blanco-Ferrera - Early evolution of Declinognathodus close to the Mid-Carboniferous Boundary interval in the Barcaliente type section (Spain). - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 927-946, 9 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Wolniewicz, P. - The limited value of traditional morphometric features in stromatoporoid taxonomy. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 947-959, 4 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Hints, L. et al. - Morphology, ontogeny and affinities of the Hirnantian triplisiid brachiopod Streptis undifera from Baltoscandia. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 961-970, 4 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Daley, A.C. et al. - New anatomical information on Anomalocaris from the Cambrian Emu Bay Shale of South Australia and a reassessment of its inferred predatory habits. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 971-990, 7 fig./plts., some col. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Lukeneder, A. et al. - New ammonoid taxa from the Lower Cretaceous Giumal Formation of the Tethyan Himalaya (Northern India). - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 991-1028, 13 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 7

 

Holmer, L.E. et al. - Silurian craniide brachiopods from Gotland. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 1029-1044, 8 fig./plts. incl. col geol. map. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Yasuhara, M. et al. - The ‘Oxycythereis’ problem: taxonomy and palaeobiogeography of deep-sea ostracod genera Pennyella and Rugocythereis. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 1045-1080, 21 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 7

 

Fuchs, D. et al. - Longibelus gen. nov., a new Cretaceous coleoid genus linking Belemnoidea and early Decabrachia. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 1081-1106, 13 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

Maletz, J. & M. Slovacek - The tubarium construction of Lower Ordovician (Dapingian) Baltograptus species (Graptolithina) from Dalarna, Sweden. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 1107-1120, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Renbin, Z. et al. - The earliest known strophomenoids (Brachiopoda) from early Middle Ordovician rocks Of South China. - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 1121-1148, 15 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

Ksepka, D.T. et al. - Fossil grebes from the Truckee Formation (Miocene) of Nevada and a new phylogenetic analysis of Podicipediformes (Aves). - 2013. Paleontology 56-5; pp. 1149-1169, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

56-6

 

sold Saupe, E.E., C.E. Myers & C. Congreve (eds.) - Macroevolution and the modern synthesis. - 2013. Thematic issue: Palaeontology 56-6; pp. 1179-1340, many figs. Collection of 11 papers. Complete issue, orig. wrps., very good, 4to. € 22

Contents:

A macroevolutionary expansion of the modern synthesis and the importance of extrinsic abiotic factors. pp. 1179–1198) / Corinne E. Myers and Erin E. Saupe

Species, speciation and palaeontology up to the Modern Synthesis: persistent themes and unanswered questions. pp. 1199–1223) / Warren D. Allmon

Analysing links between biogeography, niche stability and speciation: the impact of complex feedbacks on macroevolutionary patterns. pp. 1225–1238) / Alycia L. Stigall

The great opportunity to view stasis with an ecological lens. pp. 1239–1245) / Gregory P. Dietl

Adaptive radiation in the fossil record: a case study among Jurassic ammonoids. pp. 1247–1261) / Pascal Neige, Guillaume Dera and Jean-Louis Dommergues

Morphological disparity and developmental patterning: contribution of phacopid trilobites. pp. 1263–1271) / Catherine Crônier

Patterns of macroevolution through the Phanerozoic. pp. 1273–1283) / Adolf Seilacher

Cladal Turnover: the end-Ordovician as a large-scale analogue of species turnover. pp. 1285–1296) / Curtis R. Congreve

Declining volatility, a general property of disparate systems: from fossils, to stocks, to the stars. pp. 1297–1304)  / Bruce S. Lieberman and Adrian L. Melott

Is the number of species on earth increasing or decreasing? Time, chaos and the origin of species. pp. 1305–1325) / K. D. Bennett

Macroevolution in silico: scales, constraints and universals. pp. 1327–1340) / Ricard V. Solé and Sergi Valverde

 

 

Vol. 55 - 2012

 

Mayhew, D.F. - Revision of the fossil vole assemblage (Mammalia, Rodentia, Arvicolidae) from Pleistocene deposits at Kisláng, Hungary. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 11–29, 8 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Witzmann, F. et al. - Braincase, palatoquadrate and ear region of the plagiosaurid Gerrothorax pulcherrimus from the Middle Triassic of Germany. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 31–50, 13 fig./phot. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Clemet, A.M. - A new species of long-snouted lungfish from the Late Devonian of Australia, and its functional and biogeographical implications. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 51–71, 8 fig./phot. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Clack, J.A. et al. - A new genus of Devonian tetrapod from North-East Greenland, with new information on the lower jaw of Ichthyostega. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 73–86, 6 fig./phot. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Monnet, C. et al. - Large-scale evolutionary trends of Acrochordiceratidae Arthaber, 1911 (Ammonoidea, Middle Triassic) and Cope’s rule. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 87–107, 12 fig. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Wagensommer, A. et al. - New dinosaur tracksites from the Middle Jurassic of Madagascar: ichnotaxonomical, behavioural and palaeoenvironmental implications. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 109–126, 12 fig./plts. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 4,50

 

Saupe, E. et al. - New Orchestina Simon, 1882 (Araneae: Oonopidae) from Cretaceous ambers of Spain and France: first spiders described using phase-contrast X-ray synchrotron microtomography. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 127–143, 10 fig./phot. some col. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Hayashi, S. et al. - Ontogenetic histology of Stegosaurus plates and spikes. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 145–161, 9 fig./phot. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Ufkes, E. & D. Kroon - Sensitivity of south-east Atlantic planktonic foraminifera to mid-Pleistocene climate change. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 183–204, 9 fig. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

Jin, J. - Cincinnetina, a new Late Ordovician dalmanellid brachiopod from the Cincinnati type area, USA: implications for the evolution and palaeogeography of the epicontinental fauna of Laurentia. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 205–228, 16 fig./plts. some col. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 6

        

Christiano de Souza, I.C. et al. - Permian bryophytes of Western Gondwanaland from the Paraná Basin in Brazil. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-1; pp. 229–241, 5 fig./plts. Extract without covers, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

Judson, M.L.I. - Reinterpretation of Dracochela deprehendor (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones) as a stem-group pseudoscorpion. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 261–283, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 5

 

FUCHS, D. ET AL. - Taxonomy, morphology and phylogeny of Late Cretaceous spirulid coleoids (Cephalopoda) from Greenland and Canada. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 285–303, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

SMITH, A.B. & J.A. CRAME - Echinoderm faunas from the Lower Cretaceous (Aptian–Albian) of Alexander Island, Antarctica. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 305–324, 11 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold LÓPEZ-MARTÍNEZ, N. & E. VICENS - A new peculiar dinosaur egg, Sankofa pyrenaica oogen. nov. oosp. nov. from the Upper Cretaceous coastal deposits of the Aren Formation, south-central Pyrenees, Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 325–339, 8 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4

 

BO WANG ET AL. - Mesozoic Trachypachidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) from China. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 341–353, 7 fig./phot. some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

HAUG, J.T. ET AL.

Functional morphology, ontogeny and evolution of mantis shrimp-like predators in the Cambrian. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 369–399, 13 fig./phot. some col. Extract without covers, 4to. € 6,50

 

SUTTON, M.D. & J.D. SIGWART - A chiton without a foot. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 401–411, 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

HOLLOWAY, D.J. & P.D. LANE - Scutelluid trilobites from the Silurian of New South Wales. - 2012; Palaeontology 55-2; pp. 413–490, 24 fig./plts. Orig. wrps. stapled, 4to. € 12

 

BOTTING, J.P. ET AL. - Diverse middle Ordovician palaeoscolecidan worms from the Builth-Llandrindod Inlier of central Wales. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-3; pp. 501–528, 15 fig./phot. Extract, 4to. € 5

 

CASTELLANI, C. ET AL. - Exceptionally well-preserved isolated eyes from Cambrian ‘Orsten’ fossil assemblages of Sweden. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-3; pp. 553–566, 6 fig./phot. Extract, 4to. € 4

 

WELLMAN, C.H. - Spore assemblages from the Lower Devonian Xujiachong Formation from Qujing, Yunnan, China. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-3; pp. 583–611, 10 fig./plts. Extract, 4to. € 6,50

        

BLOM, H. - New birkeniid anaspid from the Lower Devonian of Scotland and its phylogenetic implications. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-3; pp. 641–652, 7 fig./phot. Extract, 4to. € 3,50

 

MURDOCK, D.J.E. - Ontogeny and microstructure of the enigmatic Cambrian tommotiid Sunnaginia Missarzhevsky, 1969. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-3; pp. 661–676, 9 fig./phot. some col. Extract, 4to. € 4

 

PONS, J.M. ET AL. - Taxonomical and biostratigraphical significance of the North African radiolitid rudist bivalve Praeradiolites biskraensis (Coquand, 1880). - 2012. Palaeontology 55-3; pp. 677–695, 14 fig./phot. Extract, 4to. € 4,50

 

sold FRIEDMAN, M. & L.C. SALLAN - Five hundred million years of extinction and recovery: a phanerozoic survey of large-scale diversity patterns in fishes. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-4; pp. 707-742, 8 fig. Extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

SASSOON, J. ET AL. - Cranial anatomy, taxonomic implications and palaeopathology of an Upper jurassic pliosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from Westbury, Wiltshire, UK.. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-4; pp. 743-773, 19 fig./phot. Extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

KÜHL, G. ET AL. - Redescription and palaeobiology of Palaeoscorpius devonicus Lehmann, 1944 from the Lower Devonian Hunsrück Slate of Germany. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-4; pp. 775-787, 8 fig./phot. some col. Extract, 4to. € 3,50

 

DAVIS, B.M. - Micro-computed tomography reveals a diversity of Peramuran mammals from the Purbeck Group (Berriassian) of England. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-4; pp. 789-817, 13 fig./phot./plts. Extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

Liao, J.-C. & J.I. Valenzuela-Ríos - Upper Givetian and Frasnian (Middle and Upper devonian) conodonts from Ampriú (Aragonian Pyrenees, Spain): global correlations and palaeogeographic relations. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-4; pp. 819-842, 7 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

DILKES, D. & A. ARCUCCI - Proterochampsa barrionuevoi (Archosauriformes: Proterochampsia) from the Late Triassic (Carnian) of Argentina and a phylogenetic analysis of the Proterochampsia. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-4; pp. 853-885, 15 fig./phot./plts. Extract, 4to. € 6,50

 

MÅNSSON, K. & E.N.K. CLARKSON - Ontogeny of the Upper Cambrian (Furongian) olenid trilobite Protopeltura aciculata (Angelin 1854) from Skåne and Västergötland, Sweden. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-4; pp. 887-901, 6 fig./phot./plts. Extract, 4to. € 4

 

HARZHAUSER, MATHIAS AND JAN SCHLÖGL - Lepadiform and scalpelliform barnacles from the Oligocene and Miocene of the Paratethys sea. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 923–936, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

HYŽNÝ, MATÚŠ AND PÁL MÜLLER - The fossil record of Glypturus Stimpson, 1866 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Axiidea, Callianassidae) revisited, with notes on palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 967–993, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6

 

sold MARTIN, J.E. ET AL. - A longirostrine Temnodontosaurus (Ichthyosauria) with comments on Early Jurassic ichthyosaur niche partitioning and disparity. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 995–1005, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold VINTHER, J. ET AL. - The origin of multiplacophorans – convergent evolution in Aculiferan molluscs. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 1007–1019, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

GOUDEMAND, N. ET AL. - Early Triassic conodont clusters from South China: revision of the architecture of the 15 element apparatuses of the superfamily Gondolelloidea. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 1021–1034, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

WASMER, M. ET AL. - Olenekian (Early Triassic) bivalves from the Salt Range and Surghar Range, Pakistan. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 1043–1073, 9 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 6,50

 

BRINK, K.S. ET AL. - New occurrences of Ichniotherium and Striatichnium from the Lower Permian Kildare Capes Formation, Prince Edward Island, Canada: palaeoenvironmental and biostratigraphic implications. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 1075–1090, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

sold AGUIRRE-URRETA, B. ET AL. - Decapod Crustacea from the Agrio Formation (Lower Cretaceous) of the Neuquén Basin, Argentina. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 1091–1103, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3,50

 

BRASIER, M. ET AL. - The architecture of Ediacaran Fronds. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 1105–1124, 9 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 5

 

sold KEAR, B.P. - A revision of Australia’s Jurassic plesiosaurs. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-5; pp. 1125–1138, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

DUNHILL, A.M. ET AL. - Completeness of the fossil record and the validity of sampling proxies at outcrop level. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1155-1275, 11 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

PIETRI, V.L. DE & G. MAYR - An assessment of the diversity of early Miocene Scolopaci (Aves, Charadriiformes) from Saint-Gérand-le-Puy (Allier, France). - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1177-1197, 5 fig./plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

ELZANOWSKI, A. ET AL. - Anatomy of the coracoid and diversity of the Procellariiformes (Aves) in the Oligocene of Europe. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1199-1221, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

WANG, BO ET AL. - New Jurassic Cercopoidea from China and their evolutionary significance (Insecta: Hemiptera). - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1223-1243, 9 fig./plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

OLSZEWSKA-NEJBERT, D. & E. SWIERCZEWSKA-G?ADYSZ - Redescriptions of Cenomanian hexactinellid sponges from Podillia (South-West Ukraine) and designation of neotypes. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1265-1278, 9 fig./plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

ATAKUL-ÖZDEMIR, A. ET AL. - Cladistic tests of monophyly and relationships of biostratigraphically significant conodonts using multielement skeletal data –Lochriea homopunctatus and the genus Lochriea. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1279-1291, 3 fig./plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

MUSTOE, G.E. ET AL. - Giant Eocene bird footprints from Northwest Washington, USA. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1293–1305, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

KLUG, C. ET AL. - Soft–part preservation in heteromorph ammonites from the Cenomanian–Turonian Boundary Event (OAE 2) in north–west Germany. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1307–1331, 12 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

HECKERT, A.B. ET AL. - A new species of the enigmatic archosauromorph Doswellia from the Upper Triassic Bluewater Creek Formation, New Mexico, USA. - 2012. Palaeontology 55-6; pp. 1333–1348, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

 

Vol. 54 - 2011

 

54-1

 

FENERCI-MASSE, M. ET AL. 2011. - The rudist bivalve Gorjanovicia (Radiolitidae, Hippuritoidea), a revision base don quantitative analysis of morphological characters. - Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 1-23, 16 fig./col. phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

sold RÜCKLIN, M. - First selenosteid placoderms from the eastern Anti-Atlas of Morocco; osteology, phylogeny and palaeogeographical implications. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 25-62, 21 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

        

MELLER, B. ET AL. 2011. - First beetle Elytra, abdomen (Coleoptera) and a mine tracé from Lunz (Carnian, Late Triassic, Lunz-am-See, Austria) and their taphonomical and evolutionary aspects. - Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 97-110, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

        

BAKER, P.G. & A. LOGAN 2011. - Support from early juvenile Jurassic, Cretaceous and holocene thecideoid species for a postulated common early ontogenetic development pattern in thecideoid brachiopods. - Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 111-131, 5 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

Odin, G.S. - Gilianelles: Late Cretaceous microproblematica from Europe and Central America. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 133-144, 5 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

GARWOOD, R.J. & J.A. DUNLOP 2011. - Morphology and systematics of Anthracomartidae (Arachnida: Trigonotarbida). - Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 145-161, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

        

Zhang, Junfeng - Three distinct but rare kovalevisargid flies from the Jurassic Daohugou biota, China (Insecta, Diptera, Brachycera, Kovalevisargidae). - 2011. Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 163-170, 3 fig., 1 col. plt. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

THUY, B. 2011. - Exceptionally well-preserved brittle stars from the Pliensbachian (Early Jurassic) of the french Ardennes. - Palaeontology 54-1; pp. 215-233, 1 fig. 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

54-2

 

Holmer, .E. et al. - First record of a bivalved larval shell in early Cambrian tommotiids and its phylogenetic significance. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 235-239, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 1,50

 

DONOVAN, S.K. ET AL. - Aspects of crinoid palaeontology of the North Esk Inlier, Scotland (Silurian, Llandovery, Telychian). - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 241–252, 7 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

SKOVSTED, C.B. ET AL. - Scleritome construction, biofacies, biostratigraphy and systematics of the tommotiid Eccentrotheca helenia sp. nov. from the Early Cambrian of South Australia. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 253–286, 21 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

        

SEYFULLAH, L.J. & J. HILTON - Callistophytalean pteridosperms from Permian aged floras of China. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 287–302, 1 fig. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

HYZNÝ, M. & J. SCHLÖGL - An early Miocene deep-water decapod crustacean faunule from the Vienna Basin (Western Carpathians, Slovakia). - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 323–349, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

Yates, A.M. - A new species of watering pot shell (Bivalvia: Anomalodesmata: Clavagelloidea) from the Miocene of the Murray Basin, South Australia. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 373-384, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

Jepson, J.E. et al. - New snakeflies (Insecta: Raphidioptera) from the Lower Cretaceous of th UK, Spain and Brazil. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 385-395, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 3

 

DOGUZHAEVA, L.A. & S. BENGTSON - The capsule: an organic skeletal structure in the Late Cretaceous belemnite Gonioteuthis from north-west Germany. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 397–415, 2 fig. 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

ARGOT, C. & J. BABOT - Postcranial morphology, functional adaptations and palaeobiology of Callistoe vincei, a predaceous metatherian from the Eocene of Salta, north-western Argentina. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-2; pp. 447–480, 16 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

54-3

 

sold GRÜNDEL, J. ET AL. - Early Jurassic gastropods from England. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-3; pp. 481-510, 17 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

ORTEGA-BLANCO, J. ET AL. - False fairy wasps in early Cretaceous amber from Spain (Hymenoptera; Mymarommatoidea). - 2011. Palaeontology 54-3; pp. 511-523, 8 fig./col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

        

Donovan, S.K. et al. - A Laurentian Iocrinus Hall (Crinoidea, Disparida) in the Dapingian or Darriwilian (Middle Ordovician, Arenig) of Oman. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-3; pp. 525-533, 4 fig./phot., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Santos, A. et al. - Bioerosive structures from Miocene marine mobile-substrate communities in southern Spain, and description of a new sponge boring. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-3; pp. 535-545, 3 fig., 2 photoplts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

LIU, A.G. ET AL. - Effaced preservation in the Ediacara biota and its implications for the early macrofossil record. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-3; pp. 607-630, 13 fig./phot. 2 col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

        

sold CEDERSTRÖM, P. ET AL. - Moulting, ontogeny and sexual dimorphism in the Cambrian ptychopariid trilobite Strenuaeva inflata from the northern Swedish Caledonides. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-3; pp. 685-703, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

54-4

 

sold Moczydlowska, M. et al. - Proterozoic phytoplankton and timing of chlorophyte algae origins. - 2011. Palaeontology 54; pp. 721–733, 4 fig. (some col.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

GENISE, J.F. & L.A. SARZETTI - Fossil cocoons associated with a dinosaur egg from Patagonia, Argentina. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-4; pp. 815-823, 4 fig./phot. (some col.). 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

        

VENDRASCO, M.J. ET AL. - Shell microstructure of the early bivalve Pojetaia and the independent origin of nacre within the Mollusca. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-4; pp. 825-850, 2 fig./phot. 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

        

MALETZ, J. - The identity of the Ordovician (Darriwilian) graptolite Fucoides dentatus Brongniart, 1828. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-4; pp. 851-865, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

        

STEINTHORSDOTTIR, M. ET AL. - Bennetitalean leaf cuticle fragments (here Anomozamites and Pterophyllum) can be used interchangeably in stomatal frequency-based palaeo-CO2 reconstructions. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-4; pp. 867-882, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

        

DA SILVA, A.-C. ET AL. - Stromatoporoid palaeoecology in the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) Belgian Platform, and its application in interpretation of carbonate platform environments. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-4; pp. 883-905, 16 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

LIU YUSHUANG ET AL. - Pronemouridae fam. nov. (Insecta: Plecoptera), the stem group of Nemouridae and Notonemouridae, from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-4; pp. 923-933, 8 fig./phot. (some col.) Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

        

WHITTLE, R.J. ET AL. - The fossil record of Limopsis (Bivalvia: Limopsidae) in Antarctica and the southern high latitudes. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-4; pp. 935-952, 9 fig./phot. (some col.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

        

WEDMANN, S. ET AL. - Fossil water-penny beetles (Coleoptera: Psephenidae: Eubrianacinae) from the Eocene of Europe, with remarks on their phylogenetic position and biogeography. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-5; pp. 965–980, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

        

MANDA, S. & V. TUREK - Late Emsian Rutoceratoidea (Nautiloidea) from the Prague Basin, Czech Republic: morphology, diversity and palaeoecology. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-5; pp. 999–1024, 11 fig./phot. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

        

POTT, C. & S. MCLOUGHLIN - sold The Rhaetian flora of Rögla, northern Scania, Sweden. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-5; pp. 1025–1051, 11 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

sold WILSON, G.D.F. ET AL. - Fossil isopods associated with a fish skeleton from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland, Australia – direct evidence of a scavenging lifestyle in Mesozoic Cymothoida. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-5; pp. 1053–1068, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

        

ANTCLIFFE, J.B. ET AL. - Testing the protozoan hypothesis for Ediacaran fossils: a developmental analysis of Palaeopascichnus. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-5; pp. 1157–1175, 8 fig./phot. some col. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

BOHATÝ, J. - Revision of the disparid Stylocrinus (Crinoidea) from the Devonian of Europe, Asia and Australia. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-5; pp. 1177–1197, 13 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

        

soldKLOMPMAKER, A.A. ET AL. - Etyid crabs (Crustacea, Decapoda) from mid-Cretaceous Reefal strata of Navarra, northern Spain. - 2011. Palaeontology 54-5; pp. 1199–1212, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

        

Paul, C.R.C. - Dark bands on pyritic internal moulds of the Early Jurassic ammonites Oxynoticeras and Cheltonia from Gloucestershire, England: interpretation and significance to ammonite growth analysis - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1213–1221, 6 fig./phot., some col. Extract without covers, 4to. € 3,50

 

Retallack, G.J. - Problematic megafossils in Cambrian palaeosols of South Australia - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1223–1242, 12 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4,50

 

sold Smith, K.T. - The long-term history of dispersal among lizards in the early Eocene: new evidence from a microvertebrate assemblage in the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming, USA - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1243–1270, 14 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 6

 

sold Ruiz, J. et al. - The hand structure of Carnotaurus sastrei (Theropoda, Abelisauridae): implications for hand diversity and evolution in abelisaurids - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1271–1277, 2 fig., 1 pl. Extract without covers, 4to. € 3

 

Tao Dai & Xingliang Zhang - Ontogeny of the eodiscoid trilobite Tsunyidiscus acutus from the Lower Cambrian of South China - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1279–1288, 7 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 3,50

 

sold Scheyer, T.M. & J.B. Desojo - Palaeohistology and external microanatomy of rauisuchian osteoderms (Archosauria: Pseudosuchia) - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1289–1302, 5 fig./phot., most col., 2 plts. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4,50

 

Pesquero, M.D. et al. - Remains of Hipparion (Equidae, Perissodactyla) from Puente Minero (Teruel Province, Spain) and their implications for the systematics of the Turolian Hipparionini - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1303–1321, 6 fig., 2 plts. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4,50

 

sold Orliac, M. et a. - New remains of Egatochoerus jaegeri (Mammalia, Suoidea) from the late Eocene of Peninsular Thailand - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1323–1335, 6 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4

 

Feldmann, R.M. et al. - Remarkable preservation of a new genus and species of limuline horseshoe crab from the Cretaceous of Texas, USA - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1337–1346, 4 fig./phot., 2 plts. Extract without covers, 4to. € 3,50

 

Mayr, G. & E. Zvonok - Middle Eocene Pelagornithidae and Gaviiformes (Aves) from the Ukrainian Paratethys - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1347–1359, 7 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4

 

Perrier, V. et al. - Silurian bolbozoids and cypridinids (Myodocopa) from Europe: pioneer pelagic ostracods - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1361–1391, 11 fig./phot., 5 plts. Extract without covers, 4to. € 6,50

 

sold Slater, B.J. et al. - A new Late Jurassic turtle from Spain: phylogenetic implications, taphonomy and palaeoecology - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1393–1414, 10 fig./phot., 2 plts. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4

 

Stiller, F. - An early isocrinid sea lily from the middle to late Anisian boundary (Middle Triassic) of south-west China – evidence for a far-east Tethyan origin of the family Isocrinidae - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1415–1433, 8 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4,50

 

Denayer, J. - Dorlodotia and related genera (Rugosa) from the Visean (Mississippian; Carboniferous) of Zonguldak and Bartin (North-Western Turkey) - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1435–1454, 14 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 5

 

Zaton, M. & W. Krawczynski - Microconchid tubeworms across the upper Frasnian – lower Famennian interval in the Central Devonian Field, Russia - 2011. Palaeontology 54-6; pp. 1455–1473, 10 fig./phot. Extract without covers, 4to. € 4,50

 

 

 

Vol. 53 - 2010

 

sold WRIGHT, J.K. - The Aulacostephanidae (Ammonoidea) of the Oxfordian/Kimmeridgian country beds (Upper Jurassic) of Southern England. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-1; pp. 11-52, 8 fig. 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 8,50

 

QUER, R. & J. AGUSTÍ - A new genus of rodents (Remidae, Mammalia) from the Iberian Eocene. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-1; pp. 53-58, 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

MALETZ, J. ET AL. - The Upper Tremadocian (Ordovician) graptolite Bryograptus: taxonomy, biostratigraphy and biogeography. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-1; pp. 59-75, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

ZHAN RENBIN ET AL. - Early-Mid Ordovician Yantzeelia (Syntrophiidina, Brachiopoda) and its evolutionary significance. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-1; pp. 77-96, 14 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

VENDRASCO, M.J. ET AL. - New data on molluscs and their shell microstructures from the Middle Cambrian Gowers Formation, Australia. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-1; pp. 97-135, 4 fig. 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

ESU, D. & O. GIROTTI - The Late Oligocene molluscan fauna from Otranto (Apulla, southern Italy): an example of alternating freshwater, lagoonal and emerged environments. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-1; pp. 137-174, 4 fig. 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

ALVARADO-ORTEGA, J. & P.M. BRITO - A new ichthyodectiform (Actinoperygii, Teleostei) from the Lower Cretaceous Marizal Formation north-east Brazil. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-2; pp. 297-306, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

MALETZ, J. - Xiphograptus and the evolution of virgella-bearing graptoloids. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-2; pp. 415-439, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

MCKINNEY, F.K. & P.N. WYSE JACKSON - The tangled core at the heart of the bryozoan suborder Phylloporinina. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-2; pp. 441-456, 1 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

BERTELLI, S. ET AL. - A well-preserved 'charadriiform-like' fossil bird from the Early Eocene Fur Formation of Denmark. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-3; pp. 507-531, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

LONGBOTTOM, A.E. - A new species of the catfish Nigerium from the Palaeogene of the Tilemsi Valley, Mali. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-3; pp. 571-594, 16 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

BAKER, P.G. & S.J. CARLSON - The early ontogeny of Jurassic thedideoid brachiopods and its contribution to the understanding of thecideoid ancestry. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-3; pp. 645-668, 3 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

WESSELINGH, F.P. & H. ALÇIÇEK - A new cardiid bivalve from the Pliocene Baklan Basin (Turkey) and the origin of modern Ponto-Caspian taxa. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-4; pp. 711-719, 2 fig. 2 col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

GATTO, R. & S. MONARI - Pliensbachian gastropods from Venetian Southern Alps (Italy) and their palaeobiogeographical significance. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-4; pp. 771-802, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

SALLAM, H.M. ET AL. - A highly derived anomalurid rodent (Mammalia) from the earliest Late Eocene of Egypt. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-4; pp. 803-813, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

SPAULDING, M. ET AL. - A new basal carnivoramorphan (Mammalia) from the ‘Bridger B’ (Black’s Fork Member, Bridger Formation, Bridgerian nalma, Middle Eocene) of Wyoming, USA. - 2010. Palaeontology 53-4; pp. 815-832, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

ORTEGA-HERNÁNDEZ, J. ET AL. 2010. - A new aglaspidid arthropod from the Upper Cambrian of Tasmania. - Palaeontology 53-5; pp. 1065-1076, 7 fig./phot. 2 col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

JANSSEN, A.W. & C.T.S. LITTLE 2010. - Holoplanktonic Gastropoda from the Miocene of Cyprus: systematics and biostratigraphy. - Palaeontology 53-5; pp. 1111–1145, 7 fig./phot. 7 plts. (some col.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 9

 

 

Vol. 52 - 2009

 

        

FUCHS, D. ET AL. - Fossil octopods (Cephalopoda: Coleoidea) from the Late Cretaceous (Upper Cenomanian) of Hâkel and Hâdjoula, Lebanon. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 65-81, 9 fig./phot. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 5

 

MARTIN-MEDRANO, L. ET AL. - New Albian (Early Cretaceous) ophiuroids from the Tlayúa Quarry, Puebla, Mexico. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 83-94, 2 fig. 4 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 4

 

TAYLOR, J.D. & E.A. GLOVER - A giant lucinid bivalve from the Eocene of Jamaica – Systematics, life habits and chemosymbiosis (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Lucinidae). - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 95-10, 5 fig. 2 col. plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 5

 

LOYDELL, D.K. & J. MALETZ - Isolated graptolites from the Lituigraptus convolutus biozone (Silurian, Llandovery) of Dalarna, Sweden. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 273-296, 4 fig. 10 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 7,50

 

FEDOROWSKI, J. - On Penamplexus Schindewolf, 1940 (Anthozoa, Rugosa) and its possible relatives and analogues. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 297-322, 5 fig./plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 6

 

COIFFARD, C. ET AL. - Intramarginal veined Lauraceae leaves from the Albian-Cenomanian of Charente-Maritime (western France). - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 323-336, 1 fig. 4 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 5

 

COCKS, R.M. & L.E. POPOV - Generic homes for British Silurian linguloid brachiopods. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 349-367, 2 fig. 3 plts. No wrps. stapled. € 5

 

JISUO JIN - Sulcipentamerus (Pentamerida, Brachiopoda) from the Lower Silurian Washington Land Group, North Greenland. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 385-399, 6 fig. 3 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 5

 

IRYU, Y. ET AL. - Re-assessment of he type collections of fourteen corallinalean species (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) described by W. Ishijima (1942-1960). - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 401-427, 3 fig. 4 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 6

 

BRAYARD, A. ET AL. - Guodunites, a low-palaeolatitude and trans-panthalassic smithian (early Triassic) ammonoid genus. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 471-481, 2 fig. 2 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 4

 

SAUNDERS, K.M. ET AL. - Desmograptus micronematodes, a Silurian dendroid graptolite, and its ultrastructure. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 541-559, 15 fig. 3 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 6

 

FEDOROWSKI, J. - Revision of Pentaphyllum De Koninck, 1872 (Anthozoa, Rugosa). - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 569-591, 5 fig./plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 6

 

BUTCHER, A. - Early Llandovery chitinozoans from Jordan. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 593-629, 8 fig. 5 plts. No wrps. stapled, 4to. € 7

 

KNIGHT, R.I. & N.J. MORRIS - A reconsideration of the origins of the 'typical' Cretaceous inoceramid calcitic hinge plate in the light of new ultrastructural observations from some Jurassic 'inoceramids'. - 2009. Extract Palaeontology 52; pp. 963-989, 5 fig. 7 plts. 4to. € 6,50

 

JONES, D. ET AL. - Morphological criteria for recognising homology in isolated skeletal elements: comparison of traditional and morphometric approaches in conodonts. - 2009. Palaeontology 52-6; pp. 1243-1256, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

SANSOM, R.S. - Endemicity and palaeobiogeography of the Osteostraci and Galeaspida: a test of scenarios of gnathostome evolution. - 2009. Palaeontology 52-6; pp. 1257-1273, 2 fig. (1 col.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

SQUIRES, R.L. & L.R. SAUL - Cretaceous opine bivalves from the Pacific slope of North America and palaeobiogeography of subfamily Opinae Chavan, 1969. - 2009. Palaeontology 52-6; pp. 1311-1347, 12 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

YANCEY, TH.E. ET AL. - The Ramonalinids: a new family of mound-building bivalves of the early Middle Triassic. - 2009. Palaeontology 52-6; pp. 1349-1361, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

 

Vol. 51 - 2008

 

Wang Xiaofeng et al. - The Late Triassic black shales of the Guanling area, Guizhou Province, South-West China: a unique marine reptile and pelagic crinoid fossil lagerstätte. - 2008. Palaeontology 51-1; pp. 27-61, 19 fig./phot./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

 

Chatterton, B.D.E. et al. - Spicules in Silurian tabulate corals from Canada, and implications for their affinities. - 2008. Palaeontology 51-1; pp. 173-198, 2 fig., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

 

        

Vol. 50- 2007

 

Review papers on macroevolution presented at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association. Palaeontology 50 (2007); pp. 1-130, many figs. € 15

 

Bambach, R.K. et al. Autecology and the filling of ecospace: key metazoan radiations. pp 1-22.

BENTON, M.J. & BRENT C. EMERSON 2007. How did life become so diverse? The dynamics of diversification according to the fossil record and molecular phylogenetics. pp 23-40.
Butterfield, N.J. Macroevolution and macroecology through deep time. pp 41-55.

Erwin, D.H. Disparity: morphological pattern and developmental context. pp 57-73.
Grantham, T. Is macroevolution more than successive rounds of microevolution? pp 75-85.
Jablonski, D. Scale and hierarchy in macroevolution. pp 87-109.
McPeek, M.A. The macroevolutionary consequences of ecological differences among species. pp 111-129.

 

Aldridge, R.J. et al. - The systematics and phylogenetic relationships of Vetulicolians. - 2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 131-168, 17 fig./phot., 5 col. plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 7

Memon, F. 2007. Higher systematics of scorpions from the Crato Formation, Lower Cretaceous of Brazil. Palaeontology 50; pp 185-195, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50
 

GALTIER, J. ET AL.

New permineralized flora and trilobites from the mid Tournaisian. (Early Carboniferous) Ruxton Formation, Clarke river basin, north-east Australia.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 223-243, 6 fig./phot. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

JIAYU RONG ET AL.

Early Silurian Sulcipentamerus and related pentamerid brachiopods from South China.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 245-266, 9 fig./phot. 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.00

 

CROFT, D.A.

The middle Miocene (Laventan) Quebrada Honda fauna, southern Bolivia and a description of its notoungulates.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 277-303, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

PERNEGRE, V. & D. GOUJET

sold The Genus Gigantaspis HEINTZ, 1962 (Vertebrata, Heterostraci) from the Lower Devonian of Spitsbergen.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 323-346, 12 fig./phot. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Turvey, S.T. 2007. Asaphoid trilobites from the Arenig-Llanvirn of the South China Plate. Palaeontology 50; pp 347-399, 7 fig./phot., 12 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 8

 

Xi-guang & R.J. Aldridge 2007. Development and diversification of trunk plates of the Lower Cambrian lobopodians. Palaeontology 50; pp 401-415, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4
 

Jalil, N.-E. & K. Peyer - A new rauisuchian (Archosauria, Suchia) from the Upper Triassic of the Argana Basin, Morocco). - 2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 417-430, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4
 

DANILOV, I.G. & J.F. PARHAM

The type series of 'Sinemys' wuerhoensis, a problematic turtle from the Lower Cretaceous of China, includes at least three taxa.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 431-444, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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García-Bellido, D.C. et al. - The demosponge genus Leptomitus and a new species from the Middle Cambrian of Spain.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 467-478, 6 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Schallreuter, R & Hinz-Schallreuter, I 2007. A new kind of sexual dimorphism in Ordovician ostracodes. Palaeontology 50; pp 495-501, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2
 

sold LIHOREAU, F. ET AL.

Anatomical revision of the genus Merycopotamus (Artiodactyla; Anthracotheriidae): its significance for Late Miocene mammal dispersal in Asia.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 503-524, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Soriano, C. et al. - Coptoclavid beetles (Coleoptera: Adephaga) from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain: a new feeding strategy in beetles. - 2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 525-536, 5 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

Butterfield, N.J. et al. 2007. Fossil diagenesis in the Burgess Shale. Palaeontology 50; pp 537-543, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

Kröger, B. 2007. Some lesser known features of the ancient cephalopod order Ellesmerocerida (Nautiloidea, Cephalopoda). Palaeontology 50; pp 565-572, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2
 

MCGOWAN, A.J. & A.B. SMITH

Ammonoids across the Permian/Triassic boundary: a cladistic perspective.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 573-590, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Tetlie, O.E. et al. 2007. A new Silurian eurypterid (Arthropoda: Chelicerata) from China. Palaeontology 50; pp 619-625, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2
 

García-Bellido, D.G. & D, Collins 2007. Reassessment of the genus Leanchoilia (Arthropoda, Arachnomorpha) from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale,

British Columbia, Canada. Palaeontology 50; pp 693-709, 11 fig./phot., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5
 

JIARUN YIN ET AL.

Ammonoids and the Triassic/Jurassic boundary in the Himalayas of southern Tibet.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 711-737, 13 fig./phot. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Hooker, J.J. 2007. A new microchoerine omomyid (Primates, Mammalia) from the English Early Eocene and its palaeobiogeographical implications. Palaeontology 50; pp 739-756, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4
 

Pérez-Huerta, A. et al. 2007. Crystallography and diagenesis in fossil craniid brachiopods. Palaeontology 50; pp 757-763, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

Smith, A.B. et al. 2007. The shape of the Phanerozoic marine palaeodiversity curve: how much can be predicted from the sedimentary rock record of Western Europe?. Palaeontology 50; pp 765-774, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

PETERSON, K.J. ET AL.

Molecular palaeobiology.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 775-809, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

BREWER, P. ET AL.

A new species of the wombat Warebdja from Late Miocene deposits at Riversleigh, north-west Queensland, Australia.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 811-828, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Totman Parrish, J. & H.J. Falcon-Lang 2007. Coniferous trees associated with interdune deposits in the Jurassic Navajo Sandstone Formation, Utah, USA. Palaeontology 50; pp 829-843, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

BASSI, D. ET AL.

Larger Foraminifera from the Upper Oligocene of the Venetian area, north-east Italy.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 845-868, 9 fig./phot. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Modzaevskaya, T.L. 2007. The earliest terebratulids. Palaeontology 50; pp 869-882, 7 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4
 

Sanz-López, J. et al. - Serpukhovian conodonts from northern Spain and their biostratigraphical application. - 2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 883-904, 6 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4
 

FEARNHEAD, F.E. & S.K. DONOVAN

New crinoids (Echinodermata) from the Llandovery (Lower Silurian) of the British Isles.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 905-915, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Kammer, T. & W.I. Aussich 2007. Soft-tissue preservation of the hind gut in a new genus of cladid crinoid from the Mississippian (Visean, Asbian) at St Andrews, Scotland. Palaeontology 50; pp 951-959, 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3
 

FULLER, M. & R. JENKINS

Reef corals from the Lower Cambrian of the Flinders Ranges, South Australia.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 961-980, 8 fig./phot. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Miller, R.F. 2007. Pterygotus anglicus Agassiz (Chelicerata: Eurypterida) from Atholville, Lower Devonian Campbellton Formation, New Brunswick, Canada. Palaeontology 50; pp 981-999, 14 fig./phot., 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5
 

SAMSON, R.

A review of the problematic osteostracan genus Auchenaspis and its role in thyestidian evolution.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1001-1011, 4 fig./phot. 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Moore, R.A. et al. 2007. A Carboniferous synziphosurine (Xiphosura) from the Bear Gulch Limestone, Montana, USA. Palaeontology 50; pp 1013-1019, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

ZHAO QI  et al. 2007. Social behaviour and mass mortality in the basal ceratopsian dinosaur Psittacosaurus (Early Cretaceous, People's Republic of China). Palaeontology 50; pp 1023-1029, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

Lee, M.R. et al. 2007. Magnesium-rich intralensar structures in schizochroal trilobite eyes. Palaeontology 50; pp 1031-1037, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

O'NIELL, T.A. ET AL.

Pleistocene extinctions of deep-sea benthic Foraminifera: the South Atlantic record.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1073-1102, 13 fig. 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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BISCONTI, M.A.

A new basal balaenopterid whale from the Pliocene of northen Italy.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1103-1122, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

LADEVÈZE, S. & C. DE MUIZON

The auditory region of early Paleocene Pucadelphydae (Mammalia, Metatheria) from Tiupampa, Bolivia, with phylogenetic implications.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1123-1153, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

JOHNSON, A.L.A. ET AL.

Variation in growth-rate and form of a Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) oyster in England, and its environmental implications.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1155-1173, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

HERRINGSHAW, L.G. ET AL.

Starfish diversity in the Wenlock of England.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1211-1229, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Martí Mus, M. & J. Bergström 2007. Skeletal microstructure of helens, lateral spines of Hyolithids. Palaeontology 50; pp 1231-1243, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

GOIN, F.J. ET AL.

A new generalized paucituberculatan marsupial from the Oligocene of Bolivia and the origin of 'shrew-like' opossums.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1267-1276, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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KUSTATSCHER, E. ET AL.

Horsetails and seed ferns from the Middle Triassic (Anisian) locality Kühwiesenkopf (Monte Prà della Vacca), Dolomites, northern Italy.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1277-1298, 4 fig./phot. 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.50

 

Pott, C. et al. 2007. First record of Nilssoniopteris (Gymnospermophyta, Bennettitales) from the Carnian (Upper Triassic) of Lunz, Lower Austria. Palaeontology 50; pp 1299-1318, 1 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

Balthasar, U. 2007. An early Cambrian organophosphatic brachiopod with calcitic granules. Palaeontology 50; pp 1319-1325, 2 fig., 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

Mutvei, H. et al. 2007. Late Cambrian plectronocerid nautiloids and their role in cephalopod evolution. Palaeontology 50; pp 1327-1333, 4 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2
 

Ghosh, S.C. et al. 2007. First record of an aquatic beetle larva (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the Parsora Formation (Permo-Triassic), India. Palaeontology 50; pp 1335-1340, 5 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2
 

KRIZ, J.

Origin, evolution and classification of the new superorder Nepiomorphia (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Lower Palaeozoic).

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1341-1365, 14 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Perrichot, V. et al. 2007. Schizopterid bugs (Insecta: Heteroptera) in Mid-Cretaceous ambers from France and Myanmar (Burma). Palaeontology 50; pp 1367-1374, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3
 

Zapalski , M. 2007. Parasitism versus commensalism: the case of tabulate endobionts. Palaeontology 50; pp 1375-1380, 2 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2
 

Vinn, O. &  M. Isakar 2007. The tentaculitid affinities of Anticalyptraea from the Silurian of Baltoscandia. Palaeontology 50; pp 1385-1390, 3 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2
 

ZHIFEI ZHANG ET AL.

Rhynchonelliformean brachiopods with soft-tissue preservation from the Early Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte of South China.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1391-1402, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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SERPAGLI, E. ET AL.

A new Early Ordovician conodont genus from the southern Montagne Noire, France.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1447-1457, 6 fig. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.00

 

KLUG, C. ET AL.

Ammonoid shell structures of primary organic composition.

2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1463-1478, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

Suttner, T.J. & A. Ernst - Upper Ordovician bryozoans of the Pin Formation (Spiti Valley, northern India). - 2007. Palaeontology 50; pp 1485-1518, 4 fig. 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Vol. 49 - 2006

 

McNamara, K.J. et al. - Ontogeny and heterochrony in the Early Cambrian oryctocephalid trilobites Changaspis, Duyunaspis and Balangia from China. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1–19, 10 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Carvalho, M.G.P. de - Devonian trilobites from the Falkland Islands. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 21–34, 1 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

MITCHELL, S.F. AND G.C. GUNTER

New tube-bearing antillocaprinid rudist bivalves from the Maastrichtian of Jamaica.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 35–57, 21 fig. 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.00

 

sold Santucci, R.M. & R.J. Bertini - A new titanosaur from western Sao Paulo State, Upper Cretaceous Bauru Group, south-east Brazil. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 59–66, 2 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 2

 

Poschmann, M. - The eurypterid Adelophthalmus sievertsi (Chelicerata: Eurypterida) from the Lower Devonian (Emsian) Klerf Formation of Willwerath, Germany.  - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 67–82, 7 fig./phot., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

ŠTORCH, P. AND D MASSA

Middle Llandovery (Aeronian) graptolites of the western Murzuq Basin and Al Qarqaf Arch region, south-west Libya.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 83–112, 9 fig. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.50

 

JEFFERY, J.E.

The Carboniferous fish genera Strepsodus and Archichthys (Sarcopterygii: Rhizodontida): clarifying 150 years of confusion.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 113–132, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

Botella, H. et al. - A new Early Devonian thelodont from Celtiberia (Spain), with a revision of Spanish thelodonts. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 141–154, 3 fig. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

Pärnaste H. - The earliest encrinurid trilobites from the east Baltic and their taxonomic interest. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 155–170, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4,50

 

sold Deeming, D.C. - Ultrastructure and functional morphology of eggshells supports the idea that dinosaur eggs were incubated buried in a substrate. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 171–185, 1 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3,50

 

WEBSTER, G.D. AND C. G. MAPLES

Cladid crinoid (Echinodermata) anal conditions: a terminology problem and proposed solution.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 187–212, 6 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

STILLER, F. AND CHEN JINHUA

New Mysidiellidae (Bivalvia) from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of Qingyan, south-west China.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 213–227, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

Ash,  Sidney R. - Chilbinia gen. nov., an archaic seed fern in the Late Triassic Chinle Formation of  Arizona, USA. - 2006. Palaeontology 49-2; pp. 237–245, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Popov, Leonid E. and L. Robin M. Cocks - Late Ordovician brachiopods from the Dulankara Formation of the Chu-Ili Range, Kazakhstan: their systematics, palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography. - 2006. Palaeontology 49-2; pp. 247–283, 6 fig./phot., 6 plts. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 7

 

sold Pujos, F. - Megatherium celendinense sp. nov. from the Pleistocene of the Peruvian Andes and the phylogenetic relationships of megatheriines. - 2006. Palaeontology 49-2; pp. 285–306, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Stayton, C. Tristan and Marcello Ruta - Geometric morphometrics of the skull roof of stereospondyls (Amphibia: Temnospondyli). - 2006. Palaeontology 49-2; pp. 307–337, 13 fig. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold Cavin, L. and V. Suteethorn - A new semionotiform (Actinopterygii, Neopterygii) from Upper Jurassic – Lower Cretaceous deposits of north-east Thailand, with comments on the relationships of semionotiforms. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 339–353, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 4

 

sold Melchor, Ricardo N. and Silvina de Valais - A review of Triassic tetrapod track assemblages from Argentina). - 2006. Palaeontology 49-2; pp. 355–379, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Dias-da-Silva, Sergio, Claudia Marsicano and Cesar Leandro Schultz Rhytidosteid temnospondyls in Gondwana: a new taxon from the Lower Triassic of Brazil. - 2006. Palaeontology 49-2; pp. 381–390, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

sold Carnevale, G. - A new snake mackerel from the Miocene of Algeria. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 391–403, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3.50

 

Milàn, J. - Variations in the morphology of emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) tracks reflecting differences in walking pattern and substrate consistency: ichnotaxonomic implications. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 405–420, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

sold Delmer, C. et al. - A new species of Moeritherium (Proboscidea, Mammalia) from the Eocene of Algeria: new perspectives on the ancestral morphotype of the genus. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 421–434, 5 fig. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4

 

Wappler, Torsten - Lutetiacader, a puzzling new genus of cantacaderid lace bugs (Heteroptera: Tingidae) from the Middle Eocene Messel Maar, Germany. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 435-444, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Figueiredo, F.J. de & V. Gallo - A new dercetid fish (Neoteleostei: Aulopiformes) from the Turonian of the Pelotas Basin, southern Brazil. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 445-456, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Sato, Tamaki et al. - A new elasmosaurid plesiosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of Fukushima, Japan. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 467–484, 11 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

Sweetman, Steven C. and Charlie J. Underwood - A neoselachian shark from the non-marine Wessex Formation (Wealden Group: Early Cretaceous, Barremian) of the Isle of Wight, southern England. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 457–465, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

BASSETT, M.G. AND C. BRYANT

A Tournaisian brachiopod fauna from south-east Wales.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 485–535, 15 fig. 18 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 12.00

 

Yuan Wenwei et al. - Ontogeny and relationships of the trilobite Pseudopetigurus Prantl and Pribyl. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 537–546, 4 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Cappetta, Henri et al. - A new elasmobranch assemblage from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 547-555, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

Macchioni, F. et al. - Late Early Sinemurian (Early Jurassic) ammonites from the Taseko Lakes map area, British Columbia. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 557–583, 4 fig., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6,50

 

LOYDELL, D.K. AND V. NESTOR

Isolated graptolites from the Telychian (Upper Llandovery, Silurian) of Latvia and Estonia.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 585–619, 14 fig./phot. 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 8.00

 

sold Heckert, A.B. et al. - Revision of the archosauromorph reptile Trilophosaurus, with a description of the first skull of Trilophosaurus jacobsi, from the Upper Triassic Chinle Group, West Texas, USA. - 2006. Palaeontology 49-3; pp. 621-640, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Winkler, J.D. & M.R. Sánchez-Villagra - A nesting site and egg morphology of a Miocene turtle from Urumaco, Venezuela: evidence of marine adaptations in Pelomedusoides. - 2006. Palaeontology 49-3; pp. 641-646, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 1,50

 

Perrier, V. et al. - Syncarid crustaceans from the Montceau Lagerstätte (Upper Carboniferos; France). - 2006. Palaeontology 49-3; pp. 647-672, 14 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

DONOVAN, D.T.

Phragmoteuthida (Cephalopoda: Coleoidea) from the Lower Jurassic of Dorset, England.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 673–684, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 3.50

 

Schwarz, D. et al. - The postcranial skeleton of the Hyposaurinae (Dyrosauridae; Crocodyliformes). - 2006. Palaeontology 49-4; pp. 695-718, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

WYSE JACKSON, P.N. ET AL.

Fenestrate bryozoan genera based on species from Ireland originally described by Frederick M'Coy in 1844.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 741–767, 1 fig. 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.00

 

FENERCI-MASSE, M. ET AL.

Archaeoradiolites, a new genus from the Upper Aptian of the Mediterranean region and the origin of the rudist family Radiolitidae.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 769–794, 23 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

Longridge, L.M. et al. -The Early Jurassic ammonite Badouxia from British Columbia, Canada. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 795–816, 18 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Kear, B.P. -Marine reptiles from the Lower Cretaceous of South Australia: elements of a high-latitude cold-water assemblage. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 837–856, 7 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Monsch, K.A. - A revision of scombrid fishes (Scombroidei, Perciformes) from the middle Eocene of Monte Bolca, Italy. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 873–888, 6 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

Martill, D.M. & D. Naish - Cranial crest development in the Azhdarchoid pterosaur Tupuxuara, with a review of the genus and tapejarid monophyly. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 925-–941, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

Konijnenburg-van Cittert, J.H.A. et al. - Middle Triassic (Anisian) ferns from Kühwiesenkopf (Monte Prá della Vacca), Dolomites, northern Italy. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 943–968, 5 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

sold GLASS A. AND M. POSCHMANN

A new species of brittlestar (Ophiuroidea, Echinodermata) from the Hunsrück Slate (lower Emsian, Lower Devonian) of Germany.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 969–981, 2 fig. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.00

 

Poschmann, M.  and J.A. Dunlop 2006. A new sea spider (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida) with a flagelliform telson from the Lower Devonian Hunsrück Slate, Germany. Palaeontology 49; pp. 983–989, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

OWEN, P.R.

Description of a new late Miocene American badger (Taxidiinae) utilizing high-resolution X-ray computed tomography.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 999–1011, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Lerosey-Aubril R. and Raimund Feist - Late ontogeny and hypostomal condition of a new cyrtosymboline trilobite from the Famennian of Morocco. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1053–1068, 3 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

CECCA F. AND I. ROUGET

Anagenetic evolution of the early Tithonian ammonite genus Semiformiceras tested with cladistic analysis.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1069–1080, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 3.50

 

sold Harris, J.D. - The axial skeleton of the dinosaur Suuwassea emilieae (Sauropoda; Flagellicaudata) from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Montana, USA. - 2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1091–1068, 3 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 4

 

FRIEDMAN, M. AND E.B. DAESCHLER

Late Devonian (Famennian) lungfishes from the Catskill Formation of Pennsylvania, USA.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1167–1183, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.00

 

ZAVATTIERI, A.M. AND M.B. PRÁMPARO

Freshwater algae from the Upper Triassic Cuyana Basin of Argentina: palaeoenvironmental implications.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1185–1209, 6 fig. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

PIPER, K.J. ET AL.

Mesozoic to early Quaternary mammal faunas of Victoria, south-east Australia.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1237–1262, 2 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

TYSZKA, J.

Taxonomy of Albian Gavelinellidae (Foraminifera) from the Lower Saxony Basin, Germany.

2006. Palaeontology 49; pp. 1303–1334, 5 fig. 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.50

 

 

 

Vol. 48 - 2005

 

SANSOM I.J. AND M.P. SMITH

Late Ordovician vertebrates from the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming, USA.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 31–48, 4 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

ANGIOLINI, L.

Early Permian (Asselian) brachiopods from Karakorum (Pakistan) and their palaeobiogeographical significance.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 69–86, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

REES, J.

Neoselachian shark and ray teeth from the Valanginian, Lower Cretaceous, of Wawal, central Poland.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 209–221, 2 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.00

 

CHEN XU ET AL.

Hirnantian (latest Ordovician) graptolites from the upper Yangtze region, China.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 235–280, 11 fig. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 8.50

 

SKOVSTED, C.B. AND L.E. HOLMER

Early Cambrian brachiopods from North-East Greenland.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 325–345, 2 fig./phot. 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

COPE, J.C.W.

Octocorallian and hydroid fossils from the Lower Ordovician of Wales.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 433–445, 2 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.00

 

Turvey, S.T. - Early Ordovician (Arenig) trilobite palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography of the South China plate. - 2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 519–547, 10 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 5

 

Turvey, S.T. - Reedocalymenine trilobites from the Ordovician of central and eastern Asia, and a review of species assigned to Neseuretus. - 2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 549–575, 4 fig./phot., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

Paterson, John R. - Systematics of the Cambrian trilobite family Nrpidae, with revision of Australian species. - 2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 479-517, 11 fig./phot., 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 7

 

BOTTING, J.P.

Exceptionally well-preserved Middle Ordovician sponges from the Llandegley Rocks Lagerstätte, Wales.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 577–617, 17 fig./phot. 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.00

 

YOUNG, G.A. AND S. KERSHAW

Classification and controls of internal banding in Palaeozoic stromatoporoids and colonial corals.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 623–651, 5 fig./phot. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.50

 

JINXIAN YAO ET AL.

Basal Cambrian microfossils from the Yurtus and Xishanblaq formations (Tarim, north-west China): systematic revision and biostratigraphic correlation of Micrhystridium-like acritarchs.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 687–708, 10 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

MALETZ, J.

Early Middle Ordovician graptolite biostratigraphy of the Lovisefred and Albjära drill cores (Scania, southern Sweden).

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 763–780, 8 fig. 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

BISCONTI, M.

Skull morphology and phylogenetic relationships of a new diminutive balaenid from the Lower Pliocene of Belgium.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 793–816, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.00

 

KLUG, C. ET AL.

Phosphatized soft-tissue in Triassic bivalves.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 833–852, 16 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

JANA, S.K. ET AL.

Eucycloceratin ammonites from the Callovian Chari Formation, Kutch, India.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 883–924, 18 fig./phot. 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 8.50

 

TURNER, S. ET AL.

Gyracanthides hawkinsi sp. nov. (Acanthodii, Gyracanthidae) from the Lower carboniferous of Queensland, Australia, with a review of gyracanyhid taxa.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 963–1006, 7 fig./phot. 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 8.50

 

Feng, H. et al. - Taxonomy and phylogeny of Staurograptus Emmons from the base of the Ordovician. - 2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1007-1019, 11 fig. incl. 1 photoplt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

 

THORN, V.

A Middle Jurassic fossil forest from New Zealand.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1021–1039, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 4.50

 

Lauridsen, B.W. & A.T. Nielsen - The Upper Cambrian trilobite Olenus at Andrarum, Sweden: a case of iterative evolution ? - 2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1041-1056, 8 fig./phot., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

Fletcher, Terence P. - Holaspid variation in the solenopleurid trilobite Parasolenopleura gregaria (Billings, 1865) from the Cambrianof Newfoundland. - 2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1075-1089, 5 fig./phot., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

MARTÍ MUS, M. AND J. BERGSTRÖM

The morphology of hyolithids and its functional implications.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1139–1167, 21 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.50

 

sold Ray, S. et al. - Lystrosaurus murayi (Therapsida, Dycynodontia): bone histology, growth and lifestyle adaptations. - 2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1169–1185, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, 4to. € 4

 

KUMAR, K. ET AL.

Osteoglossid and lepisosteid fish remains from the Paleocene Palana Formation, Rajasthan, India.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1187–1209, 7 fig./phot. 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

RONG JIA-YU ET AL.

Silicified rhynchonelliform brachiopods from the Kuniutan Formation (Darriwilian: Middle Ordovician), Guiyang, South China.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1211–1240, 17 fig./phot. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.50

 

FORTEY, R.A. ET AL.

The relationships of biserial graptolites.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1241–1272, 16 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 6.50

 

GÖHLICH, U.B. AND C. MOURER-CHAUVIRÉ

Revision of the phasianids (Aves: Galliformes) from the Lower Miocene of Saint-Gérand-Le-Puy (Allier, France).

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1331–1350, 5 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

€ 5.00

 

Lee, Dong-Chan and B.D.E. Chatterton - Protaspides of Upper Cambrian Aphelaspis (Ptychopariida, Trilobita) and related species with their taxonomic implications. - 2005.Palaeontology 48; pp. 1351–1375, 3 fig., 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 6

 

BEK, J. AND Z. ŠIMUNEK

Revision of the cone genus Discinites from the Carboniferous continental basins of Bohemia.

2005. Palaeontology 48; pp. 1377–1397, 15 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to.

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Vol. 47 - 2004

 

 

CREBER, G.T. AND S. R. ASH

The Late Triassic Schilderia adamanica and Woodworthia arizonica trees of the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, USA.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 21–38, 7 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract

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Bell, C.M. - Asteroid and ophiuroid trace fossils from the Lower Cretaceous of Chile. - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 51–66, 11 fig./phot. Oig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

sold SMITH, A.B.

Phylogeny and systematics of holasteroid echinoids and their migration into the deep-sea.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 123–150, 7 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract

€ 6.00

 

sold WARREN A. AND S. TURNER

The first stem tetrapod from the Lower Carboniferous of Gondwana.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 151–184, 14 fig./phot. Stapled extract

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Schmidt, A.R. et al. - Diverse fossil amoebae in German Mesozoic amber. - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 185-197, 1 fig./phot., 2 plts. (1 col.). Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

Tinn, O. & T. Meidla - Phylogenetic relationships of Early-Middle Ordovician ostracods of Baltoscandia. - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 199–221, 5 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Williams, M. and J. Zalasiewicz - The Wenlock Cyrtograptus species of the Builth Wells district, central Wales. - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 223–263, 12 fig. Stapled extract. € 7

 

sold VILLIER, L. ET AL.

Phylogeny of Early Cretaceous spatangoids (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) and taxonomic implications.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 265–292, 11 fig./phot. Stapled extract

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Sutton, M.D. et al. - Computer reconstruction and analysis of the vermiform mollusc Acaenoplax Hayae from the Herdfordshire Lagerstätte (Silurian, England), and implications for molluscan phylogeny. - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 293-318, 4 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Penney, David - New spiders in Upper Cretaceous amber from New Jersey in the American Museum of Natural History (Arthropoda: Araneae). - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 367-375, 3 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2,50

 

Feng, Q. et al. - Early Carboniferous radiolarians from north-west Thailand: palaeogeographical implications. - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 377-393, 3 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

SERVAIS, TH. ET AL. 2004.

Population dynamics of galeate acritarchs at the Cambrian–Ordovician transition in the Algerian Sahara.

Palaeontology 47; pp. 395–414, 9 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract

€ 4.50

 

WOOD, R.

Palaeoecology of a post-extinction reef: Famennian (Late Devonian) of the Canning Basin, north-western Australia.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 415–445, 18 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract

€ 6.00

 

SIMÕES, M.G.

Recent brachiopods from the southern Brazilian shelf: palaeontological and biogeographical implications.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 515–533, 8 fig./phot. Stapled extract

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Owens, R.M. - Late Ordovician and early Silurian Proetida (Trilobita) from north-western and central Europe. - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 557–578, 2 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

REICHENBACHER, B. ET AL.

Biota, palaeoenvironments and biostratigraphy of continental Oligocene deposits of the South German Molasse Basin (Penzberg Syncline).

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 639–677, 8 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract

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TUCKER, L. AND M.P. SMITH

A multivariate taxonomic analysis of the Late Carboniferous vertebrate ichnofauna of Alveley, southern Shropshire, England.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 679–710, 12 fig./phot. Stapled extract

€ 6.50

 

MURRAY,. A.M.

Late Eocene and early Oligocene teleost and associated ichthyofauna of the Jebel Qatrani Formation, Fayum, Egypt.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 711–724, 7 fig./phot. Stapled extract

€ 3.50

 

MULLINS, G.L. AND R.J. ALDRIDGE

Chitinozoan biostratigraphy of the basal Wenlock Series (Silurian) Global Stratotype Section and Point.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 745–773, 6 fig./phot. 8 plts. Stapled extract

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OSTROVSKY, A.N. AND P. D. TAYLOR

Systematics of Upper Cretaceous calloporid bryozoans with primitive spinose ovicells.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 775–793, 2 fig./phot. 5 plts. Stapled extract

€ 4.50

 

RONG JIA-YU ET AL.

Revision of the Athyrisininae, Siluro-Devonian brachiopods from China and Russia.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 811–857, 21 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract

€ 8.50

 

KOREN', T.N. AND R.B. RICKARDS

An unusually diverse Llandovery (Silurian) diplograptid fauna from the southern Urals of Russia and its evolutionary significance.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 859–918, 34 fig./phot. 5 plts. Stapled extract

€ 10.00

 

FARRELL, J.R.

Siluro-Devonian conodonts from the Camelford Limestone, Wellington, New South Wales, Australia.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 937–982, 4 fig. 10 plts. Stapled extract

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Holloway, D.J. - The trilobite subfamily Monorakinae (Pterygometopidae). - 2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1015–1036, 2 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

EZAKI, Y. AND Y. YASUHARA

Regular and flexible modes of division and hystero-ontogenetic growth in the Silurian rugose coral Stauria favosa.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1075–1091, 16 fig./phot. Stapled extract

€ 4.00

 

WIPPICH, M.E. AND J. LEHMANN

Allocrioceras from the Cenomanian (mid-Cretaceous) of the Lebanon and its bearing on the palaeobiological interpretation of heteromorphic ammonites.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1093–1107, 4 fig./phot. Stapled extract

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FANG ZONG-JIE AND J.C.W. COPE

Early Ordovician bivalves from Dali, West Yunnan, China.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1121–1158, 4 fig. 7 plts. Stapled extract

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WILBY, P.R. ET AL.

Taphonomy and origin of an accumulate of soft-bodied cephalopods in the Oxford Clay Formation (Jurassic, England).

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1159–1180, 5 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract

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MÄRSS, T. AND C.G. MILLER

Thelodonts and distribution of associated conodonts from the Llandovery–lowermost Lochkovian of the Welsh Borderland.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1211–1265, 14 fig./phot. 8 plts. Stapled extract

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WILLIAMS, A. ET AL.

Chemico-structure of the organophosphatic shells of siphonotretide brachiopods.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1313–1337, 7 fig./phot. 5 plts. Stapled extract

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GLASSPOOL, I. ET AL.

Defining the gigantopterid concept: a reinvestigation of Gigantopteris (Megalopteris) nicotianaefolia Schenck and its taxonomic implications.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1339–1361, 3 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract

€ 5.00

 

KLUG, C. ET AL.

The black layer in cephalopods from the German Muschelkalk (Triassic).

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1407–1425, 11 fig./phot. Stapled extract

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TAO DENG

A new species of the rhinoceros Alicornops from the Middle Miocene of the Linxia Basin, Gansu, China.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1427–1439, 6 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract

€ 4.00

 

LÓPEZ ANTOÑANZAS, R. AND S. SEN

Ctenodactylids from the Lower and Middle Miocene of Saudi Arabia.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1477–1494, 4 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract

€ 4.00

 

HOARE, R.D. AND J.R. FARRELL

Lower Devonian Polyplacophora from New South Wales, Australia.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1495–1506, 2 fig. 3 plts. Stapled extract

€ 3.50

 

PÉREZ-HUERTA, A.

New Carboniferous brachiopods from the eastern Great Basin, Nevada, USA: implications for loop ontogeny and evolution in Late Palaeozoic terebratuloids.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1519–1537, 9 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract

€ 4.50

 

MALCHUS, N.

Constraints in the ligament ontogeny and evolution of pteriomorphian Bivalvia.

2004. Palaeontology 47; pp. 1539–1574, 9 fig. 2 plts. Stapled extract

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Vol. 46 - 2003

 

Hilton, J. & Cheng-Sen Li - Reinvestigation of Nystroemia pectiniformis Halle, an enigmatic seed plant from the Upper Permian of China. - 2003.Palaeontology 46; pp 29-51, 11 fig./phot., 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

Fraaye, R.H.B. 2003. The oldest in situ hermit crab from the Lower Cretaceous of Speeton, UK. Palaeontology 46; pp 53-57, 2 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 1,50

Cohen, B.L. et al. 2003. The brachiopod fold: a neglected body plan hypothesis. Palaeontology 46; pp. 59-65, 1 fig. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

WILLIAMS, A. - Microscopic imprints on the juvenile shells of Palaeozoic linguliform brachiopods. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 67-92, 6 fig. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 6

Catalogus: Brachiopoda

 

Dzik, J. - Early Cambrian lobopodian sclerites and associated fossils from Kazakhstan. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 93-112, 8 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Sumrall, C.D. & Ronald L. Parsley - Morphology and biomechanical implications of isolated discocystinid plates (Edrioasteroidea, Echinodermata) from the Carboniferous of North America. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 113-138, 13 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

EVANS, D.H. & J.C.W. COPE - Systematic position of Pollicina corniculum (Eichwald, 1860) (Mollusca, Tergomya) from the Middle Ordovician of the United Kingdom. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 139-149, 4 fig./phot. Stapled extract.
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Catalogus: Mollusca

 

SHU–ZHONG SHEN ET AL. - A Wuchiapingian (Late Permian) brachiopod fauna from an exotic block in the Indus–Tsangpo suture zone, southern Tibet, and its palaeobiogeographical and tectonic implications. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 225-256, 4 fig. 5 plts. Stapled extract. € 4,50

Catalogus: Brachiopoda

 

Romano, M. & M.A. Whyte 2003. The first record of xiphosurid (arthropod) trackways from the Saltwick Formation, Middle Jurassic of the Cleveland Basin, Yorkshire. Palaeontology 46; pp 257-269, 9 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3,50

Maletz, J. & Yuandong Zhang - Proximal structure and development in the Ordovician graptolite Parisograptus Chen and Zhang, 1996. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 295-306, 3 fig., 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 3

GOIN, F.J. ET AL. - New palaeothentid marsupial from the Middle Miocene of Bolivia. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 307-315, 3 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3.50

Catalogus: Fossil mammals

 

SCHMID–RÖHL, A. & H–J RÖHL

Overgrowth on ammonite conchs: environmental implications for the Lower Toarcian Posidonia Shale. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 339-352, 5 fig. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4.00

Catalogus: Cephalopoda

 

Cleal, C.J. & C.H. Shute - Systematics of the Late Carboniferous Medullosalean Pteridosperm Laveineopteris and Its Associated Cyclopteris Leaves. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 353-411, 7 fig./phot., 11 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 8

 

Lee, Dong-chan & B.D.E. Chatterton - Protaspides of Leiostegium and their implications for membership of the order Corynexochida. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 431-445, 1 fig. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

Zhang, Xing-Liang et al. 2003. Reconsideration of the supposed naraoiid larva from the Early Cambrian Chengjiang Lagerstätte, South China. Palaeontology 46; pp 447-465, 7 fig./phot., 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

Anderson, L.I. & N.H. Trewin - An Early Devonian arthropod fauna from the Windyfield cherts, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 467-509, 30 fig./phot., 1 pl. Stapled extract. € 7

 

LEFEBVRE, B. - Functional Morphology of Stylophoran Echinoderms. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 511-555, 26 fig. 1 pl. Stapled extract. € 8.50

Catalogus: Echinodermata

 

RICHARDS, R.E. & G.L. MULLINS - Upper Silurian microplankton of the Leintwardine Group, Ludlow Series, in the type Ludlow area and adjacent regions. 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 557-611, 18 fig. 7 plts. Stapled extract. € 8.50

Catalogus: Micropaleontology

 

LINDSTRÖM A. & J.S. PEEL - Shell repair and mode of life of Praenatica gregaria (Gastropoda) from the Devonian of Bohemia (Czech Republic) . - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 623-633, 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 3.50

Catalogus: Mollusca

 

MARSHALL, J.E.A. & A.R. HEMSLEY - A Mid Devonian seed-megaspore from East Greenland and the origin of the seed plants. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 647-670, 10 fig./phot. 4 plts. (3 col.). Stapled extract. € 6.50

Catalogus: Paleobotany

 

Whittington, H.B. - The trilobite family Nileidae: morphology and classification. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 635-646, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good, 4to. € 3

sold Braddy, S.J. et al. 2003. Amphibian swimming traces from the Lower
Permian of southern New Mexico.
Palaeontology 46; pp 671-683, 5
fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3,50

Botting, J.P. - Llanvirn (Middle Ordovician) echinoderms from Llandegley Rocks, central Wales. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 685-708, 6 fig. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Cleal, C.J. & P.M. Rees - The Middle Jurassic flora from Stonesfield, Oxfordshire, UK. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 739-801, 5 fig./phot., 15 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 8

 

MONARI, S. - A new genus and species of fimbriid bivalve from the Kimmeridgian of the western Pontides, Turkey, and the phylogeny of the Jurassic Fimbriidae. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 857-884, 7 fig. 1 pl. Stapled extract. € 6.00

Catalogus: Mollusca

 

JISUO JIN - The Early Silurian brachiopod Eocoelia from the Hudson Bay Basin, Canada. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 885-902, 9 fig. 1 pl. Stapled extract. € 4.00

Catalogus: Brachiopoda

 

TAVERNE, L. & A. FILLEUL - Osteology and relationships of the genus Spaniodon (Teleostei, Salmoniformes) from the Santonian (Upper Cretaceous) of Lebanon. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 927-944, 9 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4.50

Catalogus: Fossil fishes

 

Sundberg, F.A. & L.B. McCollum - Early and Mid Cambrian trilobites from the outer-shelf deposits of Nevada and California, USA. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 945-986, 8 fig., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 7

 

Lane, A.A. et al. - A new trace fossil from the Middle Cambrian of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 987-997, 2 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Vannier, J.M.C. et al. - Spicaudatans and ostracods (Crustacea) from the Montceau Lagerstätte (Late Carboniferous, France): morphology and palaeoenvironmental significance. - 2003. Paleontology 46; pp. 999-1030, 8 fig./phot., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50

 

Fortey, R.A. & A.W.A. Rushton - A new aglaspidid arthropod from the Lower Ordovician of Wales. - 2003. Paleontology 46; pp. 1031-1038, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2

 

Ebbestad, J.O.R. et al. 2003. Redescription of Holmia inusitata (Trilobita) from the Lower Cambrian of Scandinavia. Palaeontology 46; pp 1039-1054, 4 fig./phot., 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4,50

 

GUBANOV, A.P. & J.S. PEEL - The early Cambrian helcionelloid mollusc Anabarella Vostokova. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp 1073-1087, 3 fig. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 4.50

Catalogus: Mollusca

 

Korn, Dieter et al. - The A-mode sutural ontogeny in prolecanitid ammonoids. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 1123–1132, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Gee, Carole T. et al. - A Miocene rodent nut cache in coastal dunes of the Lower Rhine Embayment, Germany. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 1133–1149, 4 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Amler, Michael R. W. and Doris Heidelberger - Late Famennian Gastropoda from south-west England. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 1151–1211, 15 comp. fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 8,50

 

Argot, Christine - Functional adaptations of the postcranial skeleton of two Miocene borhyaenoids (Mammalia, Metatheria), Borhyaena and Prothylacinus, from South America. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 1213–1267, 22 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 8

 

Gulas-Wroblewski, Bonnie E. and Anton F.-J. Wroblewski - A crown-group galliform bird from the Middle Eocene Bridger Formation of Wyoming. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 1269–1280, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Whatley, Robin C., Sunil Bajpai and John E. Whittaker - The identity of the non-marine ostracod Cypris subglobosa Sowerby from the intertrappean deposits of Peninsular India. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 1281–1296, 2 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Wang, Yi and Christopher M. Berry - A novel lycopsid from the Upper Devonian of Jiangsu, China. - 2003. Palaeontology 46; pp. 1297–1311, 5 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

 

Vol. 45 - 2002

 

Euan N. K. Clarkson and Per Ahlberg

Ontogeny and Structure of a New, Miniaturised and Spiny Olenid Trilobite from Southern Sweden.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1–22, 4 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Rodney M. Feldmann, Glen Crisp and Duncan Pirrie

A New Species of Glypheoid Lobster, Pseudoglyphea Foersteri (Decapoda: Astacidea: Mecochiridae) from the Lower Jurassic (Pliensbachian) of Raasay, Inner Hebrides, UK.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 23–32, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Eckart Schrank and Magdy S. Mahmoud

Barremian Angiosperm Pollen and Associated Palynomorphs from the Dakhla Oasis Area, Egypt.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 33–56, 6 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

sold Dmitri Grazhdankin and Adolf Seilacher

Underground Vendobionta from Namibia.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 57–78, 9 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

sold N. C. Fraser, K. Padian, G. M. Walkden and A. L. M. Davis

Basal Dinosauriform Remains from Britain and the Diagnosis of the Dinosauria.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 79–95, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Rod S. Taylor

A New Bivalved Arthropod from the Early Cambrian Sirius Passet Fauna, North Greenland.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 97–123, 12 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Patrick R. Racheboeuf, Jean Vannier and Lyall I. Anderson

A New Three-Dimensionally Preserved Xiphosuran Chelicerate from the Montceau-Les-Mines Lagerstätte (Carboniferous, France).

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 125–147, 7 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Z.Q. Chen, G.R. Shi and K. Kaiho

A New Genus of Rhynchonellid Brachiopod from the Lower Triassic of South China and Implications for Timing the Recovery of Brachiopoda After the End-Permian Mass Extinction.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 149–164, 6 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Günther Fleck, André Nel, Günther Bechly and François Escuillié

The Larvae of the Mesozoic family Aeschnidiidae and their Phylogenetic Implications (Insecta, Odonata, Anisoptera).

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 165–184, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

sold Daniela Schwarz

A New Species of Goniopholis from the Upper Jurassic of Portugal.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 185–208, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

45-2

 

Tania Yu. Tolmacheva and Mark A. Purnell

Apparatus Composition, Growth, And Survivorship Of The Lower Ordovician Conodont paracordylodus Gracilis Lindström, 1955.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 209–228, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Tim McCormick and Richard A. Fortey

The Ordovician Trilobite Carolinites, A Test Case for Microevolution in A Macrofossil Lineage.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 229–257, 13 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Alexander Nützel

An Evaluation of the Recently Proposed Palaeozoic Gastropod Subclass Euomphalomorpha.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 259–266, 2 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2

 

E. Villas, W. Hammann and D. A. T. Harper

Foliomena Fauna (Brachiopoda) from the Upper Ordovician of Sardinia.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 267–295, 5 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

sold Charlie J. Underwood

Sharks, Rays and A Chimaeroid from the Kimmeridgian (Late Jurassic) of Ringstead, Southern England.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 297–325, 6 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Jörg Maletz, Ramiro Suárez Soruco and Sven O. Egenhoff

Silurian (Wenlock–ludlow) Graptolites from Bolivia.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 327–341, 4 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Michael W. Maisch

A New Basal Lystrosaurid Dicynodont from the Upper Permian of South Africa.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 343–359, 2 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

sold M. Gayet, F. J. Meunier and C. Werner

Diversification in Polypteriformes and Special Comparison With the Lepisosteiformes.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 361–376, 7 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

sold Axel Hungerbühler

The Late Triassic Phytosaur Mystriosuchus Westphali, With A Revision of the Genus.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 377–418, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 7

 

45-3

 

Dieter Waloszek and Jason A. Dunlop

A Larval Sea Spider (Arthropoda: Pycnogonida) from the Upper Cambrian ‘orsten’ of Sweden, and the Phylogenetic Position of Pycnogonids.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 421–446, 2 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

sold P. S. Spencer and G. W. Storrs

A Re-evaluation of Small Tetrapods from the Middle Triassic Otter Sandstone Formation of Devon, England.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 447–467, 9 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

sold R. M. Owens

Cyclopygid Trilobites from the Ordovician Builth-Llandrindod Inlier, Central Wales.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 469–485, 2 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Jonathan A. Todd and Timothy J. Palmer

The Jurassic Bivalve Genus Placunopsis: New Evidence On Anatomy and Affinities.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 487–510, 1 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

John M. Malinky

A Revision of Early To Mid Ordovician Hyoliths from Sweden.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 511–555, 6 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 7

 

sold Arthur R. I. Cruickshank and R. Ewan Fordyce

A New Marine Reptile (Sauropterygia) from New Zealand: Further Evidence for A Late Cretaceous Austral Radiation of Cryptoclidid Plesiosaurs.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 557–575, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4,50

 

Gaël Clement

Large Tristichopteridae (Sarcopterygii, Tetrapodomorpha) from the Late Famennian Evieux Formation of Belgium.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 577–593, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Petras Musteikis and Tatyana L. Modzalevskaya

Some Silurian Brachiopods from Lithuania and Their Palaeobiogeographical Significance.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 595–626, 18 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50

 

sold Rainer R. Schoch

The Neurocranium of the Stereospondyl Mastodonsaurus Giganteus.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 627–645, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4,50

 

45-4

 

Brian K. Hall

Palaeontology and Evolutionary Developmental Biology: A Science of the Nineteenth and Twenty–first Centuries.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 647–669. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Michael Gudo

Structural–functional Aspects in the Evolution of Operculate Corals (Rugosa).

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 671–687, 9 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4,50

 

Neale Monks

Cladistic Analysis of A Problematic Ammonite Group: the Hamitidae (Cretaceous, Albian–turonian) and Proposals for New Cladistic Terms.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 689–707, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

David Penney

Spiders in Upper Cretaceous Amber from New Jersey (Arthropoda: Araneae).

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 709–724, 7 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Thomas Steuber and Martina Bachmann

Upper Aptian–albian Rudist Bivalves from Northern Sinai, Egypt.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 725–749, 9 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Julián F. Petrulevicius and André Nel

New Palaeomacromiid Dragonflies from the Upper Paleocene of Argentina.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 751–758, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2,50

 

Elizabeth M. Harper, Timothy J. Palmer and John D. Hudson

The Middle Jurassic Bivalve ‘Cuspidaria’Ibbetsoni: A Corbulid Not A Septibranch.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 759–769, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

sold J. Sébastien Steyer

The First Articulated Trematosaur ‘amphibian’ from the Lower Triassic of Madagascar: Implications for the Phylogeny of the Group.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 771–793, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

H Blom and D Goujet

Thelodont Scales from the Lower Devonian Red Bay Group, Spitsbergen.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 795–820, 7 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Stig Walsh and Darren Naish

Fossil Seals from Late Neogene Deposits in South America: A New Pinniped (Carnivora, Mammalia) Assemblage from Chile.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 821–842, 7 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

45-5

 

Alwyn Williams and Lars E. Holmer

Shell Structure And Inferred Growth, Functions And Affinities Of The Sclerites Of The Problematic Micrina.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 845–873, 8 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Lars E. Holmer, Christian B. Skovsted and Alwyn Williams

A Stem Group Brachiopod From The Lower Cambrian: Support For A Micrina (Halkieriid) Ancestry.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 875–882, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2

 

Sean P. Modesto, Ross J. Damiani and Hans–Dieter Sues

A Reappraisal Of Coletta Seca, A Basal Procolophonoid Reptile From The Lower Triassic Of South Africa.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 883–895, 5 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

Simon J. Braddy, Paul A. Selden and Doan Nhat Truong

A New Carcinosomatid Eurypterid From The Upper Silurian Of Northern Vietnam.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 897–915, 6 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4,50

 

Christian Klug and Dieter Korn

Occluded Umbilicus In The Pinacitinae (Devonian) And Its Palaeoecological Implications.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 917–931, 6 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

sold M. J. Newman

A New Naked Jawless Vertebrate From The Middle Devonian Of Scotland.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 933–941, 2 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2,50

 

Shute,  C. H. and C. J. Cleal - Ecology And Growth Habit Of Laveineopteris: A Gymnosperm from the Late Carboniferous Tropical Rain Forests. - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 943–972, 6 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Paul A. Selden

First British Mesozoic Spider, From Cretaceous Amber Of The Isle Of Wight, Southern England.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 973–983, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

M. Eriksson

The Palaeobiogeography Of Silurian Ramphoprionid Polychaete Annelids.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 985–996, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Gomez, Bernard et al. - Frenelopsis (Coniferales: Cheirolepidiaceae) and related male organ genera from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain.  - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 997–1036, 5 fig., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

45-6

 

Toshifumi Komatsu, Kiyotaka Chinzei, Mohamed S. Zakhera and Hiroshige Matsuoka

Jurassic soft–bottom oyster Crassostrea from Japan.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1037–1048, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

sold Paul Upchurch and John Martin

The Rutland Cetiosaurus: the anatomy and relationships of a Middle Jurassic British sauropod dinosaur.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1049–1074, 11 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Alison Bowdler–Hicks, J. Keith Ingham and Alan W. Owen

The taxonomy and stratigraphical significance of the Anglo–Welsh Cryptolithinae (Trinucleidae, Trilobita).

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1075–1105, 8 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50

 

sold Ronan Allain and Daniel J. Chure

Poekilopleuron bucklandii, the theropod dinosaur from the Middle Jurassic (Bathonian) of Normandy.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1107–1121, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

G. Fleck and A. Nel

The first isophlebioid dragonfly (Odonata: Isophlebioptera: Campterophlebiidae) from the Mesozoic of China.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1123–1136, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

O. Szives and N. Monks

Heteromorph ammonites from the Tata Limestone Formation (Aptian–Lower Albian), Hungary.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1137–1149, 6 fig./plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

sold Fernando Abdala and Norberto P. Giannini

Chiniquodontid cynodonts: systematic and morphometric considerations.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1151–1170, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Jan Ove R. Ebbestad and Graham E. Budd

Burlingiid trilobites from Norway, with a discussion of their affinities and relationships.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1171–1195, 7 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

sold Paul M. Barrett, Yoshikazu Hasegawa, Makoto Manabe, Shinji Isaji and Hiroshige Matsuoka

Sauropod dinosaurs from the Lower Cretaceous of eastern Asia: taxonomic and biogeographical implications.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1197–1217, 6 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Andrei Yu. Ivantsov and Mikhail A. Fedonkin

Conulariid–like fossil from the Vendian of Russia: a metazoan clade across the Proterozoic/Palaeozoic boundary.

 - 2002. Palaeontology 45; pp. 1219–1229, 3 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

 

Vol. 44 - 2001

 

WILSON, M.A. & PAUL D. TAYLOR - Palaeocology of Hard Substrate Faunas from the Cretaceous Qahlah Formation of the Oman Mountains. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 21-41, 3 fig. 4 pl. Stapled extract. € 5

 

ROUGET, I. & P. NEIGE - Embryonic Ammonoid Shell Features: Intraspecific Variation Revisited. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 53-64, 5 fig. 2 pl. Stapled extract. € 4.00

 

DONOGHUE, P.C.J. - Conodonts Meet Cladistics: Recovering Relationships and Assessing the Completeness of the Conodont Fossil Record. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 65-93, 11 fig. Stapled extract. € 5.00

 

BLIECK, A. & P.R. TARRANT - Protopteraspis Gosseleti (Vertebrata: Pteraspidomorphi: Heterostraci) from the Lower Devonian of Shropshire, England. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 95-112, 10 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4.00

 

Högström, A.E.S. & W.L. Taylor - The machaeridian Lepidocoleus sarlei Clarke, 1896, from the Rochester Shale (Silurian) of New York State. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 113-130, 5 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 4

 

Álvaro, J.J. & D. Vizcaïno - Evolutionary trends in the ornamentation of Cambrian solenopleuropsine trilobites. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 131-141, 3 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

Wilson, H.M. & J.E. Almond - New euthycarcinoids and an enigmatic arthropod from the British Coal Measures. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 143-156, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3,50

 

Peel, John S. - Musculature and asymmetry in a Carboniferous pseudo-bellerophontoidean gastropod (Mollusca). - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 157-166, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

Cotton, T.J. - The phylogeny and systematics of blind Cambrian ptychoparioid trilobites. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 167-207, 6 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

Retallack, G.J. - Scoyenia burrows from Ordovician palaeosols of the Juniata Formation in Pennsylvania. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 209–235, 12 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

Shi, G.R. & Shuzhong Shen - A biogeographically mixed, Middle Permian brachiopod fauna from the Baoshan Block, western Yunnan, China. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 237-258, 6 fig. 3 pl. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Evans, S.E. & D. Sigogneau-Russell - A stem-group caecilian (Lissamphibia: Gymnophiona) from the Lower Cretaceous of North Africa. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 259-273, 8 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Briggs, D.E. & C. Bartels - New arthropods from the Lower Devonian Hunsrück Slate (Lower Emsian, Rhenish Massif, western Germany. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 275–303, 15 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

CHURCHER, C.S. & G. DE IULIIS - A new species of Protopterus and a revision of Ceratodus humei (Dipnoi: Ceratodontiformes) from the Late Cretaceous Mut Formation of eastern Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert of Egypt. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 305-323, 6 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4.50

 

Rasmussen, D.T. et al. - Hindlimb of a giant terrestrial bird from the upper Eocene, Fayum, Egypt. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 325-337, 4 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3.50

 

Hautmann, M. - Taxonomy and phylogeny of cementing Triassic bivalves (families Prospondylidae, Plicatulidae, Dimyidae and Ostreidae). - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 339–373, 8 fig./phot., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 8

 

EBBESTAD, J.O.R. & J.S. PEEL - An unusual trochiform gastropod from the upper Ordovician of Sweden. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 375-387, 3 fig. 1 pl. Stapled extract. € 4.00

 

Kielan-Jaworowska, Z. & J.H. Hurum - Phylogeny and systematics of multituberculate mammals. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 389-429, 4 fig., 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 7

 

Siverson, M. & H. Cappetta - A skate in the lowermost Maastrichtian of southern Sweden. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 431-445, 3 fig./phot., 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Rigby, J.K. et al. - Upper Devonian Sponges from the Holy Cross Mountains, Central Poland. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 447-488, 4 fig. 9 plts. Stapled extract. € 8

 

Egi, N. - Body mass estimates in extinct mammals from limb bone dimensions: the case of North American hyaenodontids. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 497-528, 4 fig. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Stiller, F. - Echinoid spines from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of Qingyan, south-western China. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 529-551, 8 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

YUAN-DONG ZHANG & R. A. FORTEY - The Proximal Development and Thecal Structure of the Ordovician Graptolites Tylograptus and Sinograptus. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 553-573, 5 fig. 1 pl. Stapled extract. € 5.00

 

Kovar-Eder, J. et al. - An Early Miocene Plant Assemblage Severely Influenced By A Volcanic Eruption, Styria, Austria. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 575-600, 5 fig., 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

BOUDAGHER-FADEL, M.K. ET AL. - Lower Jurassic Foraminifera and Calcified Microflora from Gibraltar, Western Mediterranean. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 601-621, 3 fig. 2 pl. Stapled extract. € 5.00

 

Bonaparte, J.E. et al. - A primitive Late Triassic ‘ictidosaur’ from Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 623-635, 13 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

FELDMAN, H.R. ET AL. - Brachiopods from the Jurassic (Callovian) of Hamakhtesh Hagadol (Kurnub Anticline), Southern Israel. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 637-658, 5 fig. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 5.00

 

Worthy, T.H. - A New Species of Platymantis (Anura: Ranidae) from Quaternary Deposits On Viti Levu, Fiji. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 665-680, 4 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

GUBANOV, A.P. & J.S. PEEL - Latest Helcionelloid Molluscs from the Lower Ordovician of Kazakhstan. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 681-694, 4 fig. 2 pl. Stapled extract. € 4.00

 

Selden, P.A. 2001. Eocene spiders from the Isle of Wight with preserved respiratory structures. Palaeontology 44-4; pp. 695-729, 15 fig./phot., 5 plts. Stapled extract. € 7

 

MULLINS, G.L. & D.K. LOYDELL - Integrated Silurian Chitinozoan and Graptolite Biostratigraphy of the Banwy River Section, Wales. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 731-781, 8 fig. 11 plts. Stapled extract. € 10.00

 

RIDING, R. & JIASONG FAN - Ordovician Calcified Algae and Cyanobacteria, Northern Tarim Basin Subsurface, China. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 783-810, 12 fig. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.00

 

Jason Hilton, Gar W. Rothwell, Cheng-sen Li, Shi-jun Wang and Jean Galtier - Permineralized Cardiocarpalean Ovules in Wetland Vegetation from Early Permian Volcaniclastic Sediments of China. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 811–825, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Hooker, Jerry J. and Katherine M. Thomas - A New Species of Amphirhagatherium (Choeropotamidae, Artiodactyla, Mammalia) from the Late Eocene Headon Hill Formation of Southern England and Phylogeny of Endemic European ‘anthracotherioids’. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 827–853, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Mckinney, Frank K. and Dennis W. Burdick - A Rare, Larval-founded Colony of the Bryozoan Archimedes from the Carboniferous of Alabama. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 855–859, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 1

 

Ritchie, Alexander and Gregory D. Edgecombe - An Odontogriphid from the Upper Permian of Australia. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 861–874, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Cusack, Maggie and Alwyn Williams - Evolutionary and Diagenetic Changes in the Chemico-structure of the Shell of Cranioid Brachiopods. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 875–903, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Sven Lange, Frederick R. Schram, Fedor A. Steeman and Cees H. J. Hof - New Genus and Species from the Cretaceous of Lebanon Links the Thylacocephala To the Crustacea. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 905–912, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2

 

Sevket Sen - Rodents and Insectivores from the Upper Miocene of Molayan, Afghanistan. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 913–932, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Bartomeu Seguí, Josep Quintana, Joan J. Fornós and Josep Antoni Alcover - A New Fulmarine Petrel (Aves: Procellariiformes) from the Upper Miocene of the Western Mediterranean. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 933–948, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Dong Xi-Ping and Stig M. Bergström - Middle and Upper Cambrian Protoconodonts and Paraconodonts from Hunan, South China. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 949–985, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50

 

Penney, David - Advances in the Taxonomy of Spiders in Miocene Amber from the Dominican Republic (Arthropoda: Araneae). - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 987–1009, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

C. M. Bell, J. P. A. Angseesing and M. J. Townsend - A Chondrophorine (Medusoid Hydrozoan) from the Lower Cretaceous of Chile. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1011–1023, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Heather M. Wilson and David M. Martill - A New Japygid Dipluran from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1025–1031, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 1,50

 

Evans, Susan E. - The Early Triassic ‘lizard’Colubrifer Campi: A Reassessment. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1033–1041, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2,50

 

N. G. Lane, C. G. Maples and J. A. Waters - Revision Of Late Devonian (Famennian) And Some Early Carboniferous (Tournaisian) Crinoids And Blastoids From The Type Devonian Area Of North Devon. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1043–1080, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 7

 

Poole, Imogen and David Cantrill - Fossil Woods From Williams Point Beds, Livingston Island, Antarctica: A Late Cretaceous Southern High Latitude Flora. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1081–1112, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

J. Aguirre and F. Barattolo - Presence Of Nemathecia In Parachaetetes Asvapatii Pia, 1936 (Rhodophyta, Gigartinales?): Reproduction In ‘Solenoporaceans’ Revisited. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1113–1125, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

Maisch, M.W. & A.T. Matzke - The cranial osteology of the Middle Triassic ichthyosaur Contectopalatus from Germany. - 2001. Paleontology 44; pp. 1127-1156, 7 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

Zhou Chuanming, M. D. Brasier and Xue Yaosong - Three-Dimensional Phosphatic Preservation Of Giant Acritarchs From The Terminal Proterozoic Doushantuo Formation In Guizhou And Hubei Provinces, South China. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1157–1178, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Christopher J. Duffin - A Chimaerid (Holocephali, Chimaeriformes) Vomerine Toothplate From The Upper Cretaceous Of Belgium. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1179–1188, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Edward Chwieduk - Biology Of The Famennian Heterocoral Oligophylloides Pachythecus. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1189–1226, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50

 

Daniel Perea, Martín Ubilla, Alejandra Rojas and César A. Goso - The West Gondwanan Occurrence Of The Hybodontid Shark Priohybodus, And The Late Jurassic–Early Cretaceous Age Of The Tacuarembó Formation, Uruguay. - 2001. Palaeontology 44; pp. 1227–1235, illustr. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

 

 

Vol. 43 - 2000

 

Motani, R. - Skull of Grippia lingirostris: no contradiction with a diapsid affinity for the Ichthyopterygia. - 2000. Palaeontology 43-1; pp. 1-14, 5 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Ash, S.R. & G.T. Creber - The Late Triassic Araucarioxylon arizonicum trees of the Petrified Forest National Park, Ariozona, USA. - 2000. Palaeontology 43-1; pp. 15-28, 3 fig. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 3,50 

 

Maisch, M.W. & M. Rücklin - Cranial osteology of the sauropterygian Plesiosaurus brachypterygius from the Lower Toarcian of Germany. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 29-40, 5 fig. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

Lehmann, J. - Upper Albian ammonites from OPD Leg 171B off northern Florida. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 41-61, 5 fig., 1 pl. Orig. extract, stapled. € 4

 

Smith, R.J. - Morphology and ontogeny of Cretaceous ostracods with preserved appendage from Brazil. - 2000.  Palaeontology 43; pp. 63-98, 9 fig. 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 7

 

Datta, P.M. et al. - The first Jurassic turtle from India. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 99-109, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Craig, R.S. - The Cenozoic brachiopods of the Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 111-152, 18 fig. 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 8

 

SEQUEIRA, S.E.K. & M.I. COATES - Reassessment of “Cladodus” neilsoni Traquair: a priomitive shark from the Lower Carboniferous of East Kilbride, Scotland. - 2000. Palaeontology 43-1; pp. 153-172, 9 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Motchurova-Dekova, N. & E.T. Ruggiero 2000. First occurrence of the brachiopod family Erymnariidae Cooper in the Upper Cretaceous of southern Italy. Extract Palaeontology 43; pp. 173-197, 8 fig., 5 plts. No wrps., stapled. € 4,50

 

Ezaki, Y. - Palaeoecological and phylogenetic implications of a new scleractiniamorph genus from Permian sponge reefs, South China. - 2000. Palaeontology 43-2; pp. 199–217, 9 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4.50 

 

Owen, A.W. & M.A. Parkes - Trilobite faunas of the Duncannon Group: Caradoc stratigraphy, environments and palaeogeography of the Leinster Terrane, Ireland. - 2000. Palaeontology 43-2; 219-269, 5 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 8

 

Dyke, G.J. and J.H. Cooper - A new psittaciform bird from the London Clay (Lower Eocene) of England. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 271–285, 4 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Sánchez-Villagra, M.R. et al. - Cranial anatomy and palaeobiology of the Miocene marsupial Hondalagus altiplanensis and a phylogeny of argyrolagids. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 287–301, 6 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Smith, A.B. AND L. Anzalone - Loriolella, a key taxon for understanding the early evolution of irregular echinoids. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 303–324, 10 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Chen, Zhong-qiang and Guang R. Shi - A new tribe of dictyoclostid brachiopods from the Lower Permian of the Tarim Basin, north-west China. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 325–342, 4 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Penney, D. - Miocene spiders in Dominican amber (Oonopidae, Mysmenidae). - 2000. Palaeontology 43-2; 343-357, 3 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 4

 

Mullins, G.L. - A chitinozoan morphological lineage and its importance in Lower Silurian stratigraphy. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 359–373, 9 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

RAY, S. - Endothiodont dicynodonts from the Late Permian Kundaram Formation, India. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 375–404, 14 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.50 

 

Bassi, D. et al. - Taxonomic and biostratigraphical re-assessments of Subterraniphyllum Elliott (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) . - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 405–425, 2 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Gehling, J.G. et al. - The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 427-456, 17 fig./phot., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

VALDÉS, A. AND P. LOZOUET - Opisthobranch molluscs from the Tertiary of the Aquitaine Basin (south-western France), with descriptions of seven new species and a new genus. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 457–479, 4 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Mourer-Chauviré, C. - A new species of Ameripodius (Aves: Galliformes: Quercymegapodiidae) from the Lower Miocene of France. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 481–493, 1 fig. 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50 

 

SANDOVAL, J. AND R.B. CHANDLER - The sonniniid ammonite Euhoploceras from the Middle Jurassic of south-west England and southern Spain. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 495–532, 7 fig. 13 plts. Stapled extract. € 8

 

Ahlberg, P.E. et al. - A near-tetrapod from the Baltic Middle Devonian. [Livoniana multidentata] - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 533–548, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50 

 

sold Martill, D.M. et al. - A new specimen of the thyreophoran dinosaur cf. Scelidosaurus with soft tissue preservation. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 549–559, 3 fig./phot., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Zhou Zhiyan et al. - A new xeromorphic conifer from the Cretaceous of East China. 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 561–572, 2 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

EVANS, D.H. - A cephalopod fauna from the middle Ordovician of Saudi Arabia. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 573–589, 7 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Shergold, J.H. et al. - Early Late Cambrian trilobites of Australo-Sinian aspect from the Montagne Noire, southern France. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 599-632, 4 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

Langer, M.C. and C.L. Schultz - A new species of the Late Triassic rhynchosaur Hyperodapedon from the Santa Maria Formation of south Brazil. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 633–652, 6 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

SHISHKIN, M.A. AND B.S. RUBIDGE - A relict rhinesuchid (Amphibia: Temnospondyli) from the Lower Triassic of South Africa. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 653–670, 6 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Wood, R. - Palaeoecology of a Late Devonian back reef: Canning Basin, Western Australia. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 671–703, 18 fig./phot. 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

Schoch, R. - The origin and intrarelationships of Triassic capitosaurid amphibians. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 705–727, 7 fig. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

Janvier, P. & C. Villarroel - Devonian vertebrates from Colombia. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 729-763, 15 fig., 5 plts. No covers, stapled. € 6,50

 

Antoine, P.-O. & J.-L. Welcomme - A new rhinoceros from the Lower Miocene of the Bugi Hills, Baluchistan, Pakistan: the earliest Elasmotheriine. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 795-816, 4 fig. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Alvarez, F. & H.C. Brunton - A review of two De Koninck retzioid brachiopod species, and description of a new genus from the Carboniferous of Europe. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 817-832, 5 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract. € 4

 

Popov, L.E. et al. - Late Ordovician brachiopods from the Otar Member of the Chu-Ili Rabge, south Kazakhstan. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 833-870, 4 fig. 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 7

 

Monks, N. & E. Owen - Phylogeny of Orbirhynchia Pettitt, 1954 (Brachiopoda: Rhynchonellida). - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 871-880, 5 fig. 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

Bao, J.-S. & J.B. Jago - Late Late Cambrian trilobites from near Birch Inlet, south-western Tasmania. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 881-917, 2 fig., 4 plts. No covers, stapled. € 6,50

 

Kluessendorf, J. & P. Doyle - Pohlsepia mazonensis, and early 'octopus' from the Carboniferous of Illinois, USA. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 919-926, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

 

DIETZE, K. - A revision of paramblypterid and amblypterid actinopterygians from Upper Carboniferous - Lower Permian lacustrine deposits of central Europe. - 2000. Extract Palaeontology 43; pp. 927-966, 21 fig. No covers, stapled. € 6

 

Etter, W. & O. Kuhn - An articulated dragonfly (Insecta, Odoata) from the Upper Liassic Posidonia Shale of northern Switzerland. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 967-977, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

TREWIN, N.H. - The ichnogenus Undichna, with examples from the Permian of the Falkland Islands. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 979–997, 13 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4.50 

 

WILLIAMS, A. ET AL. - Provenance of Atlantic lingulid brachiopods. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 999–1018, 6 fig./phot. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

RACHEBOEUF, P.R. AND TONG-DZUY THANH - Lower Devonian chonetoidean brachiopods from Bac Bo, North Viêt Nam. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 1039–1068, 8 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 6

 

sold BAGGLEY, K.A. - The Late Tortonian–Early Messinian foraminiferal record of the Abad Member (Turre Formation), Sorbas Basin, Almería, south-east Spain. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 1069–1112, 16 fig. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 8

 

DIÉGUEZ, C. AND N. MELÉNDEZ - Early Cretaceous ferns from lacustrine limestone at Las Hoyas, Cuenca Province, Spain. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 1113–1141, 7 fig./phot. 5 plts. Stapled extract. € 6

 

MUNNECKE, A. ET AL. - A new family of calcareous microfossils from the Silurian of Gotland, Sweden. - 2000. Palaeontology 43; pp. 1153–1172, 3 fig. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

 

Vol. 42 - 1999

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YANCEY, T.E. AND G. D. STANLEY JR. - Giant alatoform bivalves in the Upper Triassic of western North America. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 1–23, 7 fig./phot. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Malinky, J.M. & V. Berg-Madsen - A revision of Holm's Early and early Mid Cambrian hyoliths of Sweden. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 25–65, 4 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Wellman, C.H. - Sporangia containing Scylaspora from the Lower Devonian of the Welsh Borderland. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 67–81, 1 fig., 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Nel, A. et al. - The first recorded protozygopteran insects from the Upper Permian of France. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 83-97, 7 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

Budd, G.E. - A nektaspoid arthopod from the Early Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna, with a description of retrodeformation based on functional morphology. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 99-122, 14 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Gabbott, S.E. - Orthoconic cephalopods and associated fauna from the Late Ordovician Soom Shale Lagerstätte, South Africa. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 123–148, 6 fig. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Ebbestad, J.O.R. - Bucaniid gastropods from the Upper Ordovician of Baltica, with a discussion of the Bucaniinae. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 149–169, 9 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 5

 

PUSHKIN, V.I. AND L.E. POPOV - Early Ordovician bryozoans from north-western Russia. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 171–189, 8 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

RICCARDI, A.C. AND G.E.G. WESTERMANN - An Early Bathonian Tethyan ammonite fauna from Argentina. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 193–209, 5 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 4.50 

 

GUBANOV, A.P. AND J.S. PEEL - Oelandiella, the earliest Cambrian helcionelloid mollusc from Siberia. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 211–222, 8 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3.50 

 

Nudds, J.R. - A new Carboniferous rugose coral genus from northern England. [Pleionastraea] - 1999. Palaeontology 42-2; pp. 223-229, 1 fig., 1 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 2

 

Stone, J.R. & M. Telford - Using critical path method to analyse the radiation of rudist bivalves. - 1999. Palaeontology 42-2; pp. 231-242, 5 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Nel, A. et al. - A revision of the Eurasian fossil species of the bee Apis. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 243–285, 13 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 7

 

sold Underwood, C.J. et al. - Shark and ray teeth from the Hauterivian (Lower Cretaceous) of north-east England. - 1999. Palaeontology 42-2; pp. 287-302, 3 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Morgans, H.S. - Lower and Middle Jurassic woods of the Cleveland Basin (North Yorkshire), England. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 303–328, 3 fig./phot. 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5 

 

sold WANG ZI-QIANG - Gigantonoclea: an enigmatic Permian plant from North China. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 329–373, 12 fig./phot. 12 plts. Stapled extract. € 10.00

 

sold Hooker, J.J. et al. - A new family of plesiadapiformes (Mammalia) from the Old World lower Paleogene. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 377–407, 3 fig., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6

 

De Gibert, J.M. et al. - The fish trace fossil Undichna from the Cretaceous of Spain. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 409–427, 7 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4,50 

 

Fortey, R.A. and R.M. Owens - Feeding habits in trilobites. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 429–465, 24 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

Cope, J.C.W. - Middle Ordovician bivalves from Mid-Wales and the Welsh Borderland. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 467–499, 1 fig. 6 plts. Stapled extract. € 6,50 

 

Wroe, S. - The geologically oldest dasyurid, from the Miocene of Riversleigh, north-west Queensland. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 501–527, 5 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Gardner, J.D. - The amphibian Albanerpeton arthridion and the Aptian–Albian biogeography of albanerpetontids. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 529–544, 5 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Marsicano, C. - Chigutisaurid amphibians from the Upper Triassic of Argentina and their ophylogenetic relationships. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 545-565, 143 fig. Orig. extract, stapled. € 5

 

Tabuki, R. and T. Hanai - A new sigillid ostracod from submarine caves of the Ryukyu Islands, Japan. - 1999.Palaeontology 42; pp. 569–593, 6 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very food. € 5

 

Taylor, P.D. et al. - A new ichnogenus for etchings made by cheilostome bryozoans into calcareous substrates. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 595–604, 1 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 3

 

Johnson, A.L.A. - Evidence and cause of small size in Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) marine bivalves of north-western Europe. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 605–624, 5 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Popov, L.E. et al. - The earliest atrypides and athyridides (Brachiopoda) from the Ordovician of Kazakhstan. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 625–661, 12 fig. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.50 

 

sold Brandt, A. et al. - Late Jurassic Tethyan ancestry of Recent southern high-latitude marine isopods (Crustacea, Malacostraca). - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 663–675, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3,50

 

Petrulevicius, J.F. et al. - A new libelluloid family from the Upper Paleocene of Argentina. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 677-682, 2 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 1,50

 

Holland, C.H. - The nautiloid cephalopod order Ascocerida in the British Silurian. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 683-689, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

 

Miller, C.G. AND T. Märss - A conodont, thelodont and acanthodian fauna from the lower Prídolí (Silurian) of the Much Wenlock area, Shropshire. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 691–714, 4 fig. 5 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

DAVIS, S.P. AND D.M. MARTILL - The gonorynchiform fish Dastilbe from the Lower Cretaceous of Brazil. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 715–740, 9 fig./phot. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 6

 

LOMBARDO, C. - Sexual dimorphism in a new species of the actinopterygian Peltopleurus from the Triassic of northern Italy. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 741–760, 11 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5

 

McGowan, C. & A.C. Milner - A new pliensbachian ichthyosaur from Dorset, England. - 1999. Paleontology 42-6; pp. 761-768, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2,50

 

Schram, F.R. et al. - Thylacocephala (Arthropoda: Crustacea?) from the Cretaceous of Lebanon and implications for thylacocephalan systematics. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 769–797, 7 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stappled, very good. € 6

 

Cusack, M. et al. - Chemico-structural evolution of linguloid brachiopod shells. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 799–840, 10 fig./phot., 9 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 7

 

Berg-Madsen, V. & J.M. Malinky - A revision of Holm's late Mid and Late Cambrian hyoliths of Sweden. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 841-885, 9 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 7

 

BAKER, P.G. AND M.A. WILSON - The first thecideide brachiopod from the Jurassic of North America. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 887–895, 2 fig. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 3

 

Hints, Olle - Two new polychaete families from the upper Ordovician of Estonia. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 897–906, 5 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3 

 

Monks, N. - Cladistic analysis of Albian heteromorph ammonites. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 907–925, 8 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4,50 

 

sold BARDET, N. ET AL. - A new elasmosaurid plesiosaur from the Lower Jurassic of southern France. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 927–952, 5 fig. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 6

 

Briggs, D.E.G. & D. Collins - The arthropod Alalcomenaeus cambricus Simonetta, from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale of British Columbia. - 1999. Paleontology 42-6; pp. 953-977, 15 fig. 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

Stahl, B.J. & S. Chatterjee - A Late Cretaceous chimaerid (Chondrichthyes, Holocephali) from Seymour Island, Antarctica. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 979-989, 2 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

Williams, S.H. & L.C. Clarke - Structure and secretion of the graptolite Prosicula, and its application for biostratigraphical and evolutionary studies. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 1003–1015, 4 fig./phot., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3,50 

 

Hulbert Jr., R.C. and C.R. Harington - An early Pliocene hipparionine horse from the Canadian Arctic. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 1017–1025, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

sold JEFFERY, C.H. - A reappraisal of the phylogenetic relationships of somaliasterid echinoids. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 1027–1041, 8 fig. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 3.50 

 

Little, C.T.S. et al. - Two Palaeozoic hydrothermal vent communities from the southern Ural Mountains, Russia. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 1043–1078, 7 fig./phot., 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

MÄRSS, T. - A new Late Silurian or Early Devonian thelodont from the Boothia Peninsula, Arctic Canada. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 1079–1099, 1 fig. 6 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Azar, D. et al. - New genera and species of psychodoid flies from the Lower Cretaceous amber of Lebanon. - 1999. Palaeontology 42; pp. 1101–1136, 30 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 6,50

 

 

Vol. 41 - 1998

 

 

WAGNER, R.H. AND M. P. CASTRO

Neuropteris obtusa, a rare but widespread Late Carboniferous pteridosperm. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 1–22, 7 plts. Stapled extract. € 6

 

GUERSTEIN, G.R. ET AL.

A new areoligeracean dinoflagellate from the Miocene of offshore eastern Canada and its evolutionary implications. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 23–34, 4 fig./phot. 1 plts. Stapled extract. € 3.50 

 

Ensom, P.C. and D. Sigogneau-Russell - New dryolestoid mammals from the basal Cretaceous Purbeck Limestone Group of southern England. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 35–55, 15 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5

 

PURNELL, M.A. AND PHILIP C. J. DONOGHUE

Skeletal architecture, homologies and taphonomy of ozarkodinid conodonts. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 57–102, 18 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 8.50 

 

Ducrocq, S. et al.  - The earliest known pig from the Upper Eocene of Thailand. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 147–156, 4 fig. Stapled extract. € 3

 

Zhu Min - Early Silurian sinacanths (Chondrichthyes) from China. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 157-171, 4 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 4

 

HOLLAND, C.H.

The nautiloid cephalopod order Actinocerida in the British Silurian. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 183–192, 2 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 3

 

AUSICH, W.I. AND L.E. BABCOCK

The phylogenetic position of Echmatocrinus brachiatus, a probable octocoral from the Burgess Shale. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 193–202, 1 fig. 1 plT. Stapled extract. € 3

 

Baumeister, J.G. & R.R. Leinfelder - Constructional morphology and palaeoecological significance of three Late Jurassic regular echinoids. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 203–219, 1 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

WILLIAMS, A. ET AL.

The diversity and phylogeny of the paterinate brachiopods. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 221–262, 7 fig. 12 plts. Stapled extract. € 8.50 

 

MELCHIN, M.J.

Morphology and phylogeny of some Early Silurian 'diplograptid' genera from Cornwallis Island, Arctic Canada. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 263–315, 8 fig./phot. 7 plts. Stapled extract. € 8

 

THOMAS, A.T. AND M. P. SMITH

Terebellid polychaete burrows from the lower Palaeozoic. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 317–333, 3 fig. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

King, A.H. - A review of the cyclostomiceratid nautiloids, including new taxa from the Lower Ordovician of Öland, Sweden. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 335–347, 6 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3,50

 

CZIER, Z.

Ginkgo foliage from the Jurassic of the Carpathian Basin. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 349–381, 8 fig./phot. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.50 

 

Anderson, J.M. et al. - Late Triassic ecosystems of the Molteno/Lower Elliot biome of southern Africa. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 387–421, 11 fig. 2 plts. with fossil plants. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Zhou Zhiyi et al. - Early Ordovician trilobites from Dali, west Yunnan, China, and their palaeogeographical significance. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 429–460, 3 fig., 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 6

 

Saul, L.R. and R. L. Squires - New Cretaceous Gastropoda from California. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 461–488, 2 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Kershaw, S. - The applications of stromatoporoid palaeobiology in palaeoenvironmental analysis. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 509–544, 16 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Cherns, L. - Chelodes and closely related Polyplacophora (Mollusca) from the Silurian of Gotland, Sweden. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 545–573, 7 fig./phot. 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50 

 

RIEPPEL, O. AND RALF WERNBURG

A new species of the sauropterygian Cymatosaurus from the Lower Muschelkalk of Thuringia, Germany. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 575–589, 6 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Motani, R. - First complete forefin of the ichthyosaur Grippia longirostris from the Triassic of Spitsbergen. - 1998. Palaeontology 41-4; pp. 591-599, 4 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3

 

SUMIDA, S.S. ET AL.

A new trematopid amphibian from the Lower Permian of central Germany. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 605–629, 11 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Zhou Zhiyi et al. - Ordovician trilobites from the Dawangou Formation, Kalpin Xinjiang, north-west China. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 693-735, 5 fig., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 7


Rickards, B. et al. - Fluid dynamics of the graptolite rhabdosome recorded by laser doppler anemometry. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 737–752, 11 fig. 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50

 

WALTON, D.

Problems for taxonomic analysis using intracrystalline amino acids: an example using brachiopods. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 753–770, 9 fig. Stapled extract. € 4

 

RUTA, M. AND C. BARTELS

A redescription of the anomalocystitid mitrate Rhenocystis latipedunculata from the Lower Devonian of Germany. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 771–806, 7 fig./phot. 10 plts. Stapled extract. € 6,50 

 

Feldman, R.M. & J.A. Crame - The significance of a new nephropid lobster from the Miocene of Antarctica. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 897-814, 3 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

 

Taylor, R.S. 1998. New pygocephalomorph crustaceans from the Permian of China and their phylogenetic relationships. Palaeontology 41; pp. 815–834, 4 fig./phot., 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4,50

 

Duncan, I.J. et al. 1998. Three-dimensionally mineralized insects and millipedes from the Tertiary of Riversleigh, Queensland, Australia. Palaeontology 41; pp. 835–851, 10 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Holloway, D.J. & P.D. Lane - Effaced styginid trilobites from the Silurian of New South Wales. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 853-896, 6 fig., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 7

 

Thomas, A.T. - Variation in the eyes of the Silurian trilobites Eophacops and Acaste and its significance. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 897-911, 6 fig., 1 plts. Orig. extract, stapled.  € 3,50

 

Sanford, A. & D.J. Holloway - The effaced styginid trilobite Thomastus from the Silurian of Victoria, Australia. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 913-928, 3 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled.  € 4

 

Wedman, S. 1998. First records of fossil tremecine hymenopterans. Palaeontology 41; pp. 929–938, 5 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3

 

sold CHERNS, L.

Silurian polyplacophoran molluscs from Gotland, Sweden. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 939–974, 7 fig./phot. 9 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.50 

 

RATTER, V.A. AND J.C.W. COPE

New Silurian neotaxodont bivalves from South Wales and their phylogenetic significance. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 975–991, 7 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 5

 

DONOVAN, D.T.

A new ammonite genus from the Lower Jurassic (Upper Sinemurian) of Dorset, England. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 993–999, 3 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3

 

MÄNNIK, P.

Evolution and taxonomy of the Silurian conodont Pterospathodus. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 1001–1050, 17 fig. 6 plts. Stapled extract. € 10

 

STONE, H.M.I.

On predator deterrence by pronounced shell ornament in epifaunal bivalves. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 1051–1068, 5 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4

 

Hilton, Jason - Spermatophyt preovules from the basal Carboniferous of the Avon  Gorge, Bristol. - 1998. Palaeontology 41-6; pp. 1077-1091, 5 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3,50

 

HARLAND, R. ET AL.

Recent dinoflagellate cysts in a transect from the Falkland through to the Weddell Sea, Antarctica. - 1998. Palaeontology 41-6 1093-1131, 7 fig. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Martín-Closas, C. & C. Diéguez - Charophytes from the Lower Cretaceous of the Iberian ranges (Spain). - 1998. Palaeontology 41-6; pp. 1133-1152, 4 fig., 5 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Mehl, D. - Porifera and Chancelloriidae from the Middle Cambrian of the Georgina Basin, Australia. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 1153–1182, 2 fig./phot., 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

Dean, J. & A.B. Smith - Palaeobiology of the primitive Ordovician pelmatozoan echinoderm Cardiocystites. - 1998. Palaeontology 41-6; pp. 1183-1194, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

Budd, Graham E. & John S. Peel - A new xenusiid lobopod from the Early Cambrian Sirius Passet fauna of North Greenland. - 1998. Palaeontology 41-6; pp. 1201-1213, 3 fig., 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

LUCAS, S.G. ET AL.

Aetosaurus (Archosauromorpha) from the Upper Triassic of the Newark Supergroup, eastern United States, and its biochronological significance. - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 1215–1230, 6 fig./phot. 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 4

 

McNeill Alexander, R. - All-time giants: the largest animals and their problems. - 1998. - Palaeontology 41; pp. 1231–1245, 3 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3,50 

 

JOHNSON, K.G.

A phylogenetic test of accelerated turnover in Neogene Caribbean brain corals (Scleractinia: Faviidae) . - 1998. Palaeontology 41; pp. 1247–1268, 6 fig. Stapled extract. € 4

 

 

Vol. 40 - 1997

 

Ezaki, Y. 1997. The Permian coral Numidiaphyllum: new insights into anthozoan phylogeny and Triassic scleractinian origins. Palaeontology 40; pp. 1–14, 7 fig./phot., 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 3.50

 

FERRETTI, A. & C. BARNES

Upper Ordovician conodonts from the Kalkbank Limestone of Thuringia, Germany. - 1997, Extract Palaeontology 40; pp. 15-42, 3 fig. 5 plts. No wrps. stapled.

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Catalogus: Conodonts

        

HUBBARD, R. AND M.C. BOULTER

Mid Mesozoic floras and climates. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 43–70, 7 fig. Stapled extract. € 5.00

Catalogus: Paleobotany

 

sold Harper, E.M.

The molluscan periostracum: an important constraint in bivalve evolution. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 71–97, 5 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5.00

Catalogus: Mollusca

        

Wright, A.D. & J. Nolvak - Functional significance of spines of the Ordovician lingulate brachiopod Acanthambonia. - 1997. Palaeontology 40-1; pp. 113–119, 2 phot. (comp). Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

 

Gasparini, Z. - A new pliosaur from the Bajocian of the Neuquen Basin, Argentina. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 135–147, 4 fig. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

Conway Morris, S. et al. 1997. Lower Cambrian cambroclaves (incertae sedis) from Xinjiang, China, with comments on the morphological variability of sclerites. Palaeontology 40; pp. 167–189, 6 fig./phot., 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Baker, P.G. & M.O. Mancenido - The morphology and shell microstructure of the Thecideidine braciopod Ancorellina ageri from the Lower Jurassic of Argentina. - 1997. Palaeontology 40-1; pp. 191–200, 3 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

Ruta, M. & J.N. Theron - Two Devonian mitrates from South Africa. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 201–243, 25 fig./phot., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50

 

Wang zi-qiang - Permian Supaia fronds and an associated Autunia fructification from Shanxi, China. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 245–277, 9 fig./phot., 6 plts.  Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

 

POPOV, L. ET AL.

Early Cambrian brachiopods from north Greenland. - 1997. Extract Palaeontology 40; pp. 337-354, 7 fig. 1 pl. No wrps. stapled.

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Adabi, M.H. & D.V. Ager - Late Jurassic brachiopods from north-east Iran. - 1997. Palaeontology 40-2; pp. 355-362, 3 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

 

Ruta, M. - A new mitrate from the Lower Ordovician of southern France. - 1997. Extract Palaeontology 40; pp. 363-383, 9 fig. 2 plts. No wrps. stapled.

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Fortey, R.A. - Late Ordovician trilobites from southern Thailand. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 397–449, 4 fig./phot., 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 8

 

sold Fortey, R.A. & R.M. Owens - Bubble-headed trilobites, and a new olenid example. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 451–459, 3 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

 

Azanza, B. & L. Ginsburg - A revision of the large lagomerycid artiodactyls of Europe. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 461-485, 13 fig. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

 

McRoberts, C.A. & N.D. Newell - A new transitional myalinid bivalve from the Lower Permian of West Texas. - 1997. Palaeontology 40-2; pp. 487-495, 4 fig., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

OWEN, E.F. AND EDWARD P. F. ROSE

Early Jurassic brachiopods from Gibraltar, and their Tethyan affinities. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 497–513, 4 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4.00

Catalogus: Brachiopoda

        

McKinney, F.K. & Paul D. Taylor - Life histories of some Mesozoic encrusting cyclostome bryozoans. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 515–556, 13 fig. 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 8

 

JÄGER, M. AND RENÉ FRAAYE

The diet of the early Toarcian ammonite Harpoceras falciferum. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 557–574, 1 fig. 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4.50

        

ROWE, N.P.

Late Devonian winged preovules and their implications for the adaptive radiation of early seed plants. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 575–595, 4 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

        

SANSOM, I.J. ET AL.

Astraspis – the anatomy and histology of an Ordovician fish. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 625–643, 8 fig. 4 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4.50

        

Smith, M.A.M. & I.J. Sansom - Exoskeletal micro-remains from an Ordovician fish from the Harding Sandstone of Colorado. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 645–658, 4 fig., 2 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3,50

        

sold Jeffery, C.H. - All change at the Cretaceous–Tertiary boundary? Echinoids from the Maastrichtian and Danian of the Mangyshlak Peninsula, Kazakhstan. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 659–712, 20 fig./phot., 10 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 10

 

Cope, J.C.W. - The early philogeny of the class Bivalvia. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 713-746, 4 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

LOYDELL, D.K.

Revision of the Silurian graptolite genus Retiolites. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 747–762, 4 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4.00

Catalogus: Graptolites

        

ARMSTRONG, H.A.

Conodonts from the Ordovician Shinnel Formation, Southern Uplands, Scotland. - 1997, Extract Palaeontology 40; pp. 763-797, 8 fig. 5 plts. No wrps. stapled.

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ABERHAN, M. AND HEIKE MUSTER

Palaeobiology of Early Jurassic bakevelliid bivalves from Western Canada. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 799–815, 7 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4.00

Catalogus: Mollusca

        

Högström, A.E.S. - Machaeridians from the Upper Wenlock (Silurian) of Gotland. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 817–831, 6 fig./phot., 1 plt. Orig. extract, stapled. € 4

 

STEARN, C.W.

Intraspecific variation, diversity, revised systematics and type of the Devonian stromatoporoid, Amphipora. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 833–854, 11 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5.00

Catalogus: Corals, sponges, bryozoans, etc.

        

MITCHELL, L. AND GORDON B. CURRY

Diagenesis and survival of intracrystalline amino acids in fossil and recent mollusc shells. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 855–874, 9 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 4.00

        

YOUNG, J.R. ET AL.

Guidelines for coccolith and calcareous nannofossil terminology. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 875–912, 15 fig. Stapled extract. € 6.00

Catalogus: Micropaleontology

        

LÖFGREN, A.M.

Reinterpretation of the Lower Ordovician conodont apparatus Paroistodus. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 913–929, 5 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4.00

Catalogus: Conodonts

        

BENTON, M.J. AND JACKIE L. ALLEN

Boreopricea from the Lower Triassic of Russia, and the relationships of the prolacertiform reptiles. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 931–953, 17 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5.00

        

Goldman, D. & Stig M. Bergström - Late Ordovician graptolites from the North American Midcontinent. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 965–1010, 15 fig./phot. 3 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 8

 

COSSEY, P.J.

Hexaphyllia: a spiny heterocoral from Lower Carboniferous reef limestones in Derbyshire, England. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 1031–1059, 13 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.00

        

Cocks, L.R.M. and T. L. Modzalevskaya - Late Ordovician brachiopods from Taimyr, Arctic Russia, and their palaeogeographical significance. - 1997. Palaeontology 40; pp. 1061–1093, 8 fig./phot. 6 plts. Stapled extract. € 6,50

 

 

Vol. 39 - 1996

 

        

Wetzel, A. and R.G. Bromley - Re-evaluation of the ichnogenus Helminthopis – a new look at the type material. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 1–19, 7 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good.. € 4

 

Schmid, D.U and R.R. Leinfelder

The Jurassic Lithocodium aggregatum-Troglotella incrustans foraminiferal consortium. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 21–52, 9 fig./phot. 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good.. € 6

        

Wright, A.D. & M. Rubel - A review of the morphological features affecting the classification of clitambonitidine brachiopods. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 53–75, 6 fig./phot. 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good.. € 3

 

EVANS, S.E. ET AL.

Sirenid salamanders and a gymnophionan amphibian from the Cretaceous of the Sudan. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 77–95, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

        

JAKOBS, G.K. AND P.L. SMITH

Latest Toarcian ammonoids from the North American Cordillera. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 97–147, 16 fig./phot. 7 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good.  € 8

        

Montesinos, J.R. and J.L. García-Alcalde - An occurrence of the auguritid ammonoid Celaeceras in the Lower Devonian of northern Spain. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 149–155, 4 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled. € 2

 

SAVAZZI, E.

sold Adaptations of vermetid and siliquariid gastropods. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 157–177, 13 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 5.00

        

Blake, D.B. - Redescription and interpretation of the asteroid species Tropidaster pectinatus from the Jurassic of England. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 179–188, 2 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled. € 3

 

Wang Zi-qiang - Past global floristic changes: the Permian Great Eurasian Floral Interchange. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 189–217, 4 fig., 6 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6

 

        

Bull, Elizabeth E. - Implications of normal and abnormal growth structures in a Scottish Silurian dendroid graptolite. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 219–240, 7 fig./phot., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 5

        

GAGNIER, P.-Y. & M.V.H. WILSON

Early Devonian acanthodians from northern Canada. - 1996, Extract Palaeontology 39; pp. 241-258, 7 fig. 2 plts. No wrps. stapled.

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JANVIER, P.

The dawn of the vertebrates: characters versus common ascent in the rise of current vertebrate phylogenies. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 259–287, 10 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 5.00

        

SMITH, R.M.H. & S.E. EVANS

New material of Youngina: evidence of juvenile aggregation in Permian diapsid reptiles. - 1996, Extract Palaeontology 39; pp. 289-303, 9 fig. No wrps. stapled.

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XIAO-CHUN WU ET AL.

sold A new alligator from the Upper Cretaceous of Canada and the relationships of early eusuchians. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 351–375, 5 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 5.00

 

Whittington, H.B. - Sphaeroidal enrolment and thoracic characters in Betella depressa and other olenid trilobites. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 377-388, 2 fig., 2 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3

 

INSALACO, E.

The use of Late Jurassic coral growth bands as palaeoenvironmental indicators. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 413–431, 5 fig./phot. 3 plts. Stapled extract. € 4.00

        

Wright, John K. - Perisphinctid ammonites of the Upper Calcareous Grit (Upper Oxfordian) of North Yorkshire. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 433-469, 7 fig., 8 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 6,50

 

sold Rocek, Z. - The salamander Brachycormus noachicus from the Oligocene of Europe, and the role of neoteny in the evolution of salamanders. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 477-495, 10 fig./phot. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 4

        

GRANGE, D.R. AND M.J. BENTON

sold Kimmeridgian metriorhynchid crocodiles from England. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 497–514, 9 fig./phot. 1 plt. Stapled extract. € 4.50

        

BUDD, A.F. ET AL.

Systematics of the Oligocene to Miocene reef coral Tarbellastraea in the northern Mediterranean. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 515–560, 12 fig./phot. 5 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.50

        

Cleal, C.J. et al. - Architecture of the Upper Carboniferous pteridosperm frond Macroneuropteris macrophylla. /&/ Further observations on the Upper Carboniferous pteridosperm frond Macroneuropteris macrophylla. - 1996. Palaeontology 39 & 41; pp. 561–582, 5 fig./phot. 4 plts. /&/ pp. 383-386, 1 plt. Orig. extracts, stapled, very good. € 6

 

Selden, P.A. and W.A. Shear 1996. The first Mesozoic Solifugae (Arachnida), from the Cretaceous of Brazil, and a redescription of the Palaeozoic solifuge. Palaeontology 39; pp. 583–605, 6 fig./phot., 2 plts. Stapled extract. € 5

 

Dunlop, J.A. 1996. A trigonotarbid arachnid from the Upper Silurian of Shropshire. Palaeontology 39; pp. 605–614, 4 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3

 

CRAME, J.A.

A new oxytomid bivalve from the Upper Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous of Antarctica. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 615–628, 6 fig./phot. Stapled extract. € 3.50

        

PARIS, F. AND Y. GRAHN

Chitinozoa of the Silurian–Devonian boundary sections in Podolia, Ukraine. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 629–649, 4 fig./phot. 4 plts. Stapled extract. € 5.00

        

PRADO, J.L. AND M.T. ALBERDI

A cladistic analysis of the horses of the tribe Equini. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 663–680, 8 fig. Stapled extract. € 4.00

        

DOGUZHAEVA, L.A.

Two early Cretaceous spirulid coleoids of the north-western Caucasus: their shell ultrastructure and evolutionary implications. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 681–707, 4 fig./phot. 9 plts. Stapled extract. € 6.00

        

Konijnenburg-van Cittert, J.H.A. van - Two Osmundopsis species and their sterile foliage from the Middle Jurassic of Yorkshire. - 1996. Palaeontology 39; pp. 719-731, 2 fig., 5 plts. Orig. extract, stapled, very good. € 3