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Palaeontology (Journal) use the Wiley Early View service which presents full-text, peer-reviewed, copyedited articles as soon as they are complete, before the release of the compiled print issue. Articles are posted following receipt of the author's corrected proofs. They include all figures and tables and are fully citable. Every Early View article carries an online publication date and a DOI for citations.

Since Early View articles are fully integrated within Wiley Online Library a pay subscription may be required to access the full article text. Members of the Palaeonolotogical Association will need to login to their www.palass.org user account to gain free access.

Note: this page is updated once every 24 hours. Therefore there may be newer Early View articles available on the Wiley Online Library (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14754983/0/0).

Current Early View Articles

Article: Total‐evidence approach reveals an extinct lineage of Paederinae rove beetles from Cretaceous Burmese amber

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:23 June 2019
by Dagmara Żyła, Shûhei Yamamoto, Josh Jenkins Shaw.

Article: Nature and timing of biotic recovery in Antarctic benthic marine ecosystems following the Cretaceous–Palaeogene mass extinction

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:18 June 2019
by Rowan J. Whittle, James D. Witts, Vanessa C. Bowman, J. Alistair Crame, Jane E. Francis, Jon Ineson.

Article: The giants of the phylum Brachiopoda: a matter of diet?

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:10 June 2019
by Lucia Angiolini, Gaia Crippa, Karem Azmy, Giancarlo Capitani, Giorgia Confalonieri, Giovanna Della Porta, Erika Griesshaber, David A. T. Harper, Melanie J. Leng, Leah Nolan, Marco Orlandi, Renato Posenato, Wolfgang W. Schmahl, Vanessa J. Banks, Michael H. Stephenson.

Article: Anatomical and ontogenetic reassessment of the Ediacaran frond Arborea arborea and its placement within total group Eumetazoa

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:17 May 2019
by Frances S. Dunn, Alexander G. Liu, James G. Gehling.

Article: Apparatus architecture of the conodont Nicoraella kockeli (Gondolelloidea, Prioniodinina) constrains functional interpretations

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:17 May 2019
by Jinyuan Huang, Carlos Martínez‐Pérez, Shixue Hu, Qiyue Zhang, Kexin Zhang, Changyong Zhou, Wen Wen, Tao Xie, Michael J. Benton, Zhong‐Qiang Chen, Mao Luo, Philip C. J. Donoghue.

Article: Functional integration for enrolment constrains evolutionary variation of phacopid trilobites despite developmental modularity

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:17 May 2019
by Morgane Oudot, Pascal Neige, Rémi Laffont, Nicolas Navarro, Ahmed Yacine Khaldi, Catherine Crônier.

Article: Biases with the Generalized Euclidean Distance measure in disparity analyses with high levels of missing data

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:17 May 2019
by Oscar E. R. Lehmann, Martín D. Ezcurra, Richard J. Butler, Graeme T. Lloyd.

Article: Electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) analysis of maniraptoran eggshells with important implications for microstructural and taphonomic interpretations

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:17 May 2019
by Seung Choi, Seokyoung Han, Yuong‐Nam Lee.

Article: A novel approach for predicting the probability of ignition of palaeofires using fossil leaf assemblages

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:09 May 2019
by Chris A. Boulton, Claire M. Belcher.

Article: Convergence and functional evolution of longirostry in crocodylomorphs

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:29 March 2019
by Antonio Ballell, Benjamin C. Moon, Laura B. Porro, Michael J. Benton, Emily J. Rayfield.

Article: Quantifying the completeness of the bat fossil record

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:25 March 2019
by Emily E. Brown, Daniel D. Cashmore, Nancy B. Simmons, Richard J. Butler.

Article: A small yet occasional meal: predatory drill holes in Paleocene ostracods from Argentina and methods to infer predation intensity

Palaeontology
First online: Version of Record online:25 March 2019
by Jorge Villegas‐Martín, Daiane Ceolin, Gerson Fauth, Adiël A. Klompmaker.
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