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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Palaeontological Association

Volume 52, Number 5, September 2009

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High European sauropod dinosaur diversity during Jurassic–Cretaceous transition in Riodeva (Teruel, Spain)
pp. 1009-1027(19)
Authors: ROYO-TORRES, RAFAEL; COBOS, ALBERTO; LUQUE, LUIS; ABERASTURI, AINARA; ESPÍLEZ, EDUARDO; FIERRO, IGNACIO; GONZÁLEZ, ANA; MAMPEL, LUIS; ALCALÁ, LUIS

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Tetrapod postural shift estimated from Permian and Triassic trackways
pp. 1029-1037(9)
Authors: KUBO, TAI; BENTON, MICHAEL J.

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Silicified Middle Cambrian trilobites from Kyrgyzstan
pp. 1039-1056(18)
Authors: GHOBADI POUR, MANSOUREH; POPOV, LEONID E.

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Morphospace occupation in thalattosuchian crocodylomorphs: skull shape variation, species delineation and temporal patterns
pp. 1057-1097(41)
Authors: PIERCE, STEPHANIE E.; ANGIELCZYK, KENNETH D.; RAYFIELD, EMILY J.

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A new arthropod resting trace and associated suite of trace fossils from the Lower Jurassic of Warwickshire, England
pp. 1099-1112(14)
Authors: O’BRIEN, LORNA J.; BRADDY, SIMON J.; RADLEY, JONATHAN D.

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Redescription of Drepanopterus abonensis (Chelicerata: Eurypterida: Stylonurina) from the late Devonian of Portishead, UK
pp. 1113-1139(27)
Authors: LAMSDELL, JAMES C.; BRADDY, SIMON J.; TETLIE, O. E.

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The origin of pterygotid eurypterids (Chelicerata: Eurypterida)
pp. 1141-1148(8)
Authors: TETLIE, O. ERIK; BRIGGS, DEREK E. G.

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Origins and biomechanical evolution of teeth in echinoids and their relatives
pp. 1149-1168(20)
Authors: REICH, MIKE; SMITH, ANDREW B.

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Erratum
pp. 1191-1191(1)

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Erratum
pp. 1193-1193(1)

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