Paleonet: Palaeontologia Electronica 14.1 Available

P. David Polly pdpolly at indiana.edu
Thu Mar 24 11:48:22 GMT 2011


Palaeontologia Electronica Vol. 14, No. 1
http://palaeo-electronica.org/
March 2011

COMMENTARY
Out of the Mainstream: Fossil collecting in the  21st century 14.1.1E
Roy E. Plotnick

ARTICLES
The oldest (Middle Triassic, Anisian) lobsters from the Netherlands: 
taxonomy, taphonomy, paleoenvironment, and paleoecology 14.1.1A
Adiël A. Klompmaker and René H.B. Fraaije

"Dinosaur" petroglyphs at Kachina Bridge site, Natural Bridges National 
Monument, southeastern Utah: not dinosaurs after all 14.1.2A
Phil Senter and Sally J. Cole

Ammonoid septal formation and suture asymmetry explored with a geographic 
information systems approach 14.1.3A
Margaret M. Yacobucci and Lori L. Manship

Correlations and co-occurrences of taxa: the role of temporal, geographic, 
and taxonomic restrictions 14.1.4A
Aleksi Kallio, Kai Puolamäki, Mikael Fortelius, and Heikki Mannila

Pleistocene flora of Rio Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica 14.1.5A
Terry A. Lott, David L. Dilcher, Sally P. Horn, Orlando Vargas, and Robert 
L. Sanford, Jr.

Description of a new species of the North American archaic pika 
Hesperolagomys (Lagomorpha: Ochotonidae) from the middle Miocene 
(Barstovian) of Nebraska and reassessment of the genus Hesperolagomys 
14.1.6A
Andrea R. Bair

A New Species of Lepidotes (Actinopterygii: Semiontiformes) from the 
Cenomanian (Upper Cretaceous) of Morocco 14.1.7A
Peter L. Forey, Adriana López-Arbarello, and Norman MacLeod

PE Erratum: New Interpretation of the Postcranial Skeleton and Overall Body 
Shape of the Placodont Cyamodus Hildegardis Peyer, 1931 (Reptilia, 
Sauropterygia) 14.1.8A
Torsten M. Scheyer


TECHNICAL ARTICLES
fossil: Palaeoecological and palaeogeographical analysis tools 14.1.1T
Matthew J. Vavrek

REVIEWS
Alphabet of Dinosaurs 14.1.1R
Reviewed by Erin Leckey and Dillon Leckey
Barbie Heit Schwaeber (Author)
Thomas Buchs, Karen Carr, Adrian Chesterman and Trevor Reaveley 
(Illustrators)





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