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New Refs #17
And, finally, a few more and I can relax for a while...
Ensom, P.C. 1997. The repair of microvertebrate mammal
teeth using surface tension and capillary action.
The Geological Curator, 6(8):293-295.
A nice, straight-forward techniques/prep paper that might
come in handy.
Belinchon, M., C. Dieguez, A. Montero & P. Montoya. 1997.
The removal of Museu Paleontologico *Rodrigo Botet*
(Valencia, Spain) under disaster conditions.
The Geological Curator, 6(8):297-303.
Rescue operation on varied collection of paleo stuff in a hurry.
Nice reference work for those in charge of collections.
Steel, L., D.M. Martill. J.R.J. Kirk, A. Anders, R.F. Loveridge,
E. Frey & J.G. Martin. 1997. Arambourgiania philadelphiae:
giant wings in small halls. The Geological Curator, 6(8):305-313.
The process and problems with developing an exhibit using a
model of the giant pterosaur at Portsmouth City Museum.
Tatarinov, L.P. 1997. New scaloposaur (Reptilia, Theriodontia)
with and unusual sensory system, from the Upper Permian of
the Kirov Region. Paleontological Journal, 1997(6):88-95.
New species Perplexisaurus foveatus (love that genus name) is
described. Pits associated with maxillary suggests odd sensory
Efimov, V.M. 1997. On a find of a fossil sauropod from the Marine
Hauterivarian of the middle Volga Region. Paleontological Journal,
1997(6):86-87. [In Russian]
Brachiosaurid material from Late Cretaceous. Caudal verts and ribs only.
Gierlinski, G. 1997. Sauropod tracks in the Early Jurassic of Poland.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 42(4):533-538.
Polish material follows up on earlier reports of similar Italian material.
Sauropodomorph material from the Holy Cross Mtns. adding to
theropod and ornithischian material previously known. From a
juvenile or small form.
Trofimov, B.A. 1997. A new generic name Gobiotheriodon for
a symmetrodont mammal Gobiodon Trofimov, 1980.
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 42(4):496.
Gobiodon was already occupied by a fish, so a new name
has to be proposed.
And now 2 book reviews. First a glowing one of Carroll*s (1997)
book Patterns and Process of Vertebrate Evolution -
Gingerich, P.D. 1998. Vertebrates and Evolution. Evolution,
And finally a pretty scathing one on the ancient marine reptile
book produced by Calloway & Nicholls (eds.) By J.M. Clark
in Copeia 1998(1):256-257. He likes some of the chapters
but notes the lack of modern phylogenetic and
paleobiogeographic approaches mars the book. I personally
found the index in the front which didn*t include the
names of the authors of the chapters a might odd.
Well, pretty much caught up now, free at last. Will try and
not let things pile up from now on.