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Palaeontology Archive

The Association has made issues of the journal Palaeontology from volume 1 (1957) to volume 41 (1998) available to the palaeontological community, without restriction or charge, through our online portal. Issues from volume 42 (1999) to the present time can be obtained though the Wiley Online Library portal where they are free to Members of the Association and subscribing institutions, and available for purchase by non-members and non-subscribing institutions on an individual basis.

In addition to the articles hosted by the Association (below) many can also be found on the Biodiversity Heritage Library: Palaeontology@BHL.

Note (June 2022): The link between the Palaeontological Association website and Wiley's site that provides members with access to papers is currently not functioning. We reported this to Wiley at the start of May 2022, and a fix is currently in progress. If you would like access to a paper in the meantime, please feel free to email the internet officer: contact the Palaeontological Association.

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Volume 29

Volume 29 | Part 4

Article: A phylogenetic classification of the graptoloids

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 631–654.
Authored By: Richard A. Fortey and Roger A. Cooper

Article: Randomness and diversification in the Phanerozoic: a simulation

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 655–663.
Authored By: Antoni Hoffman and Eugene J. Fenster

Article: Growth rings in Cretaceous and Tertiary wood from Antarctica and their palaeoclimatic implications

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 665–684.
Authored By: Jane E. Francis

Article: Scanning electron microscopy of uncoated fossils

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 685–690.
Authored By: P. D. Taylor

Article: Coelobites and spatial refuges in a Lower Cretaceous cobble-dwelling hardground fauna

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 691–703.
Authored By: Mark A. Wilson

Article: Silicified trilobites of the family Asaphidae from the Middle Ordovician of Virginia

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 705–724.
Authored By: R. P. Tripp and W. R. Evitt

Article: Internal mould markings in a Cretaceous ammonite from Nigeria

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 725–738.
Authored By: P. M. P. Zaborski

Article: Isolated algal cysts in the Palaeocene–Lower Eocene of Kurdistan

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 739–741.
Authored By: Graham F. Elliott

Article: Ordovician trilobites from Chedao, Gansu Province, north-west China

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 743–786.
Authored By: Zhou Zhiyi and W. T. Dean

Article: The disappearing peel technique: an improved method for studying permineralized plant tissues

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 787–808.
Authored By: John Holmes and Joëlle Lopez

Article: The British Permian crinoid 'Cyathocrinites' ramosus (Schlotheim)

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 809–825.
Authored By: Stephen K. Donovan, Neville T. J. Hollingworth and Cornelis J. Veltkamp

Article: Evolution of the earliest smooth spire-bearing atrypoids (Brachiopoda: Lissatrypidae, Ordovician–Silurian)

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 827–867.
Authored By: Paul Copper

Article: New late Palaeozoic Hyolitha (Mollusca) from Oklahoma and Texas, and their palaeoenvironmental significance: erratum

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 29
Part: 4
Publication Date: December 1986
Page(s): 867–867.
Authored By: John M. Malinkey [name was misspelled], Royal H. Mapes and Thomas W. Broadhead