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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 45, Number 2, 1 April 2012

Does mutual sexual selection explain the evolution of head crests in pterosaurs and dinosaurs?
pp. 139-156(18)
Authors: HONE, DAVID W.E.; NAISH, DARREN; CUTHILL, INNES C.

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The bite force of the largest fossil rodent (Hystricognathi, Caviomorpha, Dinomyidae)
pp. 157-163(7)
Authors: BLANCO, R. ERNESTO; RINDERKNECHT, ANDRÉS; LECUONA, GUSTAVO

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Dynamic palaeoredox and exceptional preservation in the Cambrian Spence Shale of Utah
pp. 164-177(14)
Authors: GARSON, DANIEL E.; GAINES, ROBERT R.; DROSER, MARY L.; LIDDELL, W. DAVID; SAPPENFIELD, AARON

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Morphology and environment in the Jurassic Nucleatidae (Brachiopoda) from Western Tethys
pp. 178-190(13)
Authors: COLÁS, JORGE; GARCÍA JORAL, FERNANDO

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Rib and vertebral micro‐anatomical characteristics of hydropelvic mosasauroids
pp. 200-209(10)
Authors: HOUSSAYE, ALEXANDRA; BARDET, NATHALIE

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Biological controls upon the physical taphonomy of exceptionally preserved salamanders from the Miocene of Rubielos de Mora, northeast Spain
pp. 210-226(17)
Authors: MCNAMARA, MARIA E.; ORR, PATRICK J.; MANZOCCHI, TOM; ALCALÁ, LUIS; ANADÓN, PERE; PEÑALVER, ENRIQUE

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Re‐evaluation of the conodont
pp. 227-237(11)
Authors: TERFELT, FREDRIK; BAGNOLI, GABRIELLA; STOUGE, SVEND

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Late Jurassic footprints reveal walking kinematics of theropod dinosaurs
pp. 238-252(15)
Authors: AVANZINI, MARCO; PIÑUELA, LAURA; GARCÍA‐RAMOS, JOSÉ CARLOS

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Preliminary assessment of the use of electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) in conodonts
pp. 253-258(6)
Authors: PÉREZ‐HUERTA, ALBERTO; CUSACK, MAGGIE; MÉNDEZ, CARLOS A.

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Miocene methane‐derived carbonates from southwestern Washington, USA and a model for silicification at seeps
pp. 259-273(15)
Authors: KUECHLER, RONY R.; BIRGEL, DANIEL; KIEL, STEFFEN; FREIWALD, ANDRÉ; GOEDERT, JAMES L.; THIEL, VOLKER; PECKMANN, JÖRN

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Traces of predation/parasitism recorded in Eocene brachiopods from the Castle Hayne Limestone, North Carolina, USA
pp. 274-289(16)
Authors: SCHIMMEL, MAJKEN K.; KOWALEWSKI, MICHAŁ; COFFEY, BRIAN P.

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Ethological analysis of the trace fossil
pp. 290-298(9)
Author: LÖWEMARK, LUDVIG

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