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Supplementary data for Special Papers in Palaeontology

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Supplementary data for Palaeontology

VOLUME 44
PART 1
JAN 2001

The phylogeny and systematics of blind Cambrian ptychoparioid trilobites

Pages 167-207
Author(s): Trevor J. Cotton
VOLUME 48
PART 4
JUL 2005

Eucycloceratin ammonites from the Callovian Chari Formation, Kutch, India

Pages 883-924
Author(s): S. K. Jana, S. Bardhan and K. Halder
VOLUME 48
PART 6
NOV 2005

The relationships of biserial graptolites

Pages 1241-1272
Author(s): Richard A. Fortey, Yuandong Zhang and Claire Mellish
VOLUME 49
PART 4
JUL 2006

The Early Jurassic ammonite Badouxia from British Columbia, Canada

Pages 795-816
Author(s): Louise M. Longridge, Paul L. Smith and Howard W. Tipper
VOLUME 49
PART 5
SEP 2006

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

Pages 999-1011
Author(s): Pamela R. Owen
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  • Download - High-Resolution X-Ray Computed Tomography scanning details
  • Download - Chamitataxus avitus. F:AM 27458. Coronal plane, every fifth slice labelled. Animation commencing at the occiput, proceeding rostrally through the snout.
  • Download - Chamitataxus avitus. F:AM 27458. Sagittal plane, every fifth slice labelled. Animation commencing at the left lateral surface of the occiput, moving through the skull (toward viewer) to the right side.
  • Download - Chamitataxus avitus. F:AM 27458. Horizontal plane, every fifth slice labelled. Animation commencing at the dorsal surface of cranium, proceeding ventrally through the tympanic bullae.
  • Download - Chamitataxus avitus. F:AM 27458. Roll. Animation of skull rotating on long axis, commencing in left-lateral view.
  • Download - Chamitataxus avitus. F:AM 27458. Yaw. Animation of skull presenting rostral-caudal views.
  • Download - Taxidea taxus. MVZ 52125. Coronal plane. Animation commencing at the snout, proceeding caudally through the occiput.
  • Download - Taxidea taxus. MVZ 52125. Sagittal plane. Animation commencing at the lateral surface of the left zygomatic arch, moving through the skull (away from viewer) to the right side.
  • Download - Taxidea taxus. MVZ 52125. Horizontal plane. Animation commencing at the dorsal surface of cranium, proceeding ventrally through the dentaries.
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Earliest known carnivoran auditory bulla and support for a recent origin of crown-group Carnivora (Eutheria, Mammalia)

Pages 1019-1027
Author(s): P. David Polly, Gina D. Wesley-Hunt, Ronald E. Heinrich, Graham Davis and Peter Houde
  • Download - Cladistic character matrix
  • Download - Slice-through animation of the basicranium of Viverravus acutus, UM 67326. Specimen is positioned in ventral view with rostral to the top. See Text-figures 1 and 2 for scale, orientation, and labelling.
  • Download - Slice-through animation of the basicranium of Viverravus acutus, USNM 489122. Specimen is positioned in ventral view with rostral to the top left. See Text-figures 1 and 2 for scale, orientation, and labelling.
VOLUME 50
PART 1
JAN 2007

Autecology and the Filling of Ecospace: Key Metazoan Radiations

Pages 1-22
Author(s): Richard K. Bambach, Andrew M. Bush and Douglas H. Erwin
  • Download - Descriptions, Explanations, and Sources
VOLUME 50
PART 4
JUL 2007

The shape of the Phanerozoic marine palaeodiversity curve: how much can be predicted from the sedimentary rock record of Western Europe?

Pages 765-774
Author(s): Andrew B. Smith and Alistair J. McGowan
  • Download - Data on phanerozoic marine diversity after removal of rock record bias
VOLUME 50
PART 5
SEP 2007

Social behaviour and mass mortality in the basal ceratopsian dinosaur Psittacosaurus (Early Cretaceous, People's Republic of China)

Pages 1023-1029
Author(s): Zhao Qi, Paul M. Barrett and David A. Eberth
  • Download - XRD mineralogical analyses of bulk and clay smear fraction samples.

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

Pages 1073-1102
Author(s): Tanya A. O'neill, Bruce W. Hayward, Shungo Kawagata, Ashwaq T. Sabaa and Hugh R. Grenfell
  • Download - 1082, 1083, and 1088 cenus and sample data.
VOLUME 50
PART 6
NOV 2007

An unusual new neosauropod dinosaur from the Lower Cretaceous Hastings Beds Group of East Sussex, England

Pages 1547-1564
Author(s): Michael P. Taylor and Darren Naish
VOLUME 51
PART 2
MAR 2008

Late Hettangian (Early Jurassic) ammonites from Taseko Lakes, British Columbia, Canada

Pages 367-404
Author(s): Louise M. Longridge, Paul L. Smith and Howard W. Tipper

New data on the vertebrate assemblage of Fiume Santo (north-west Sardinia, Italy), and overview on the Late Miocene Tusco-Sardinian palaeobioprovince

Pages 425-451
Author(s): Laura Abbazzi, Massimo Delfino, Gianni Gallai, Luciano Trebini and Lorenzo Rook
  • Download - Complete list of the material analysed.
VOLUME 53
PART 6
NOV 2010

The anatomy, taphonomy, taxonomy and systematic affinity of Markuelia: Early Cambrian to Early Ordovician scalidophorans

Pages 1291-1314
Author(s): Xi-Ping Dong, Stefan Bengtson, Neil J. Gostling, John A. Cunningham, Thomas H. P. Harvey, Artem Kouchinsky, Anatoly K. Val'kov, John E. Repetski, Marco Stampanoni, Federica Marone and Philip C. J. Donoghue
VOLUME 56
PART 5
SEP 2013

The 'Oxycythereis' problem: taxonomy and palaeobiogeography of deep-sea ostracod genera Pennyella and Rugocythereis

Pages 1045-1080
Author(s): Moriaki Yasuhara, Gene Hunt, Hisayo Okahashi and Simone N. Brandão

Fossil grebes from the Truckee Formation (Miocene) of Nevada and a new phylogenetic analysis of Podicipediformes (Aves)

Pages 1149-1169
Author(s): Daniel T. Ksepka, Amy M. Balanoff, Michael A. Bell and Michel D. Houseman
VOLUME 57
PART 1
JAN 2014

Ontogeny, morphology and taxonomy of the soft-bodied Cambrian 'mollusc' Wiwaxia

Pages 215-229
Author(s): Martin R. Smith
VOLUME 57
PART 2
MAR 2014

Origin of the Eocene planktonic foraminifer Hantkenina by gradual evolution

Pages 243-267
Author(s):

Paul N. Pearson and Helen K. Coxall

  • Download - The complete collection of specimens from Tanzania arranged in stratigraphic order, shown to a common scale. Numbers next to specimens are the collection numbers that are linked to Appendix S1.
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  • Download - Appendix S1. List of specimens illustrated in Figures 5-10 from the stratigraphic collection at TDP Sites 2 and 20.

Mansuyia Sun, and Tsinania Walcott, from the Furongian of North China and the evolution of the trilobite family Tsinaniidae

Pages 269-282
Author(s):

Tae-Yoon Park, Ju Eon Kim, Seung-Bae Lee and Duck K. Choi

  • Download - Appendix S1. Character list and matrix for cladistic analysis

Paterimitra pyramidalis from South Australia: scleritome, shell structure and evolution of a lower Cambrian stem group brachiopod

Pages 417-446
Author(s):

Cecilia M. Larsson, Christian B. Skovsted, Glenn A. Brock, Uwe Balthasar, Timothy P. Topper and Lars E. Holmer

  • Download - Appendix S1. Detailed description of sampled sections and stratigraphical correlation of sampled horizons.
  • Download - Appendix S2. Sclerite data.
  • Download - Appendix S3. Table accounting for deviating sclerite terminology and incorrect sample numbers, stratigraphic information and SAMP numbers given in previous publications featuring Paterimitra pyramidalis.
  • Download - Appendix S4. L sclerite data.
VOLUME 57
PART 3
MAY 2014

Recovery of benthic marine communities from the end-Permian mass extinction at the low latitudes of eastern Panthalassa

Pages 547-589
Author(s):

Richard Hofmann, Michael Hautmann, Arnaud Brayard, Alexander Nützel, Kevin G. Bylund, James F. Jenks, Emmanuelle Vennin, Nicolas Olivier and Hugo Bucher

VOLUME 57
PART 4
JUL 2014

Microstructure and growth of the lenses of schizochroal trilobite eyes

Pages 783-799
Author(s):

Clare Torney, Martin R. Lee and Alan W. Owen



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