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Volume 43, Number 3, September 2010

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Pathologies of non-marine bivalve shells from the Late Triassic of Poland
pp. 285-289(5)
Authors: GORZELAK, PRZEMYSŁAW; NIEDŹWIEDZKI, GRZEGORZ; SKAWINA, ALEKSANDRA

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Exceptionally preserved tadpoles from the Miocene of Libros, Spain: ecomorphological reconstruction and the impact of ontogeny upon taphonomy
pp. 290-306(17)
Authors: MCNAMARA, MARIA E.; ORR, PATRICK J.; KEARNS, STUART L.; ALCALÁ, LUIS; ANADÓN, PERE; PEÑALVER-MOLLÁ, ENRIQUE

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Earliest ontogeny of Early Palaeozoic Craniiformea: implications for brachiopod phylogeny
pp. 323-333(11)
Authors: POPOV, LEONID E.; BASSETT, MICHAEL G.; HOLMER, LARS E.; SKOVSTED, CHRISTIAN B.; ZUYKOV, MICHAEL A.

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Macromolecular composition of Palaeozoic scolecodonts: insights into the molecular taphonomy of zoomorphs
pp. 334-343(10)
Authors: DUTTA, SURYENDU; HARTKOPF-FRÖDER, CHRISTOPH; MANN, ULRICH; WILKES, HEINZ; BROCKE, RAINER; BERTRAM, NORBERT

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Ammonite faunas, OAE and the Pliensbachian–Toarcian boundary (Early Jurassic) in the Apennines
pp. 357-380(24)
Authors: BILOTTA, MASSIMILIANO; VENTURI, FEDERICO; SASSAROLI, STEFANO

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Inferring larval type in fossil bryozoans
pp. 396-410(15)
Authors: PACHUT, JOSEPH F.; FISHERKELLER, PEGGY

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Realistic interpretation of ichnofabrics and palaeoecology of the pipe-rock biotope
pp. 420-426(7)
Authors: McILROY, DUNCAN; GARTON, MICHAEL

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Trilobite and xiphosuran affinities for putative aglaspidid arthropods Caryon and Drabovaspis, Upper Ordovician, Czech Republic
pp. 427-431(5)
Authors: ORTEGA-HERNÁNDEZ, JAVIER; BRADDY, SIMON J.; RAK, ŠTĚPÁN

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Pelmatozoan arms from the mid-Cambrian of Australia: bridging the gap between brachioles and brachials? Comment: there is no bridge
pp. 432-440(9)
Authors: GUENSBURG, THOMAS E.; MOOI, RICH; SPRINKLE, JAMES; DAVID, BRUNO; LEFEBVRE, BERTRAND

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Reworked fossils, ichnology and palaeoecology: an example from the Neogene of Jamaica
pp. 441-444(4)
Authors: DONOVAN, STEPHEN K.; BLISSETT, DONOVAN J.; JACKSON, TREVOR A.

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