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Holy Toledo!! Jam-packed issue of JVP!!



Folks,

I haven't had time to read all the articles yet, but the online version of
the March 2002 issue of Journal of Vertebrate Paleonotlogy is up at:
http://www.bioone.org/bioone/?request=get-toc&issn=0272-4634&volume=022&issu
e=01

Of dinosaurian/Mesozoic interest:
OSTEOLOGY OF A NEW PLESIOSAUR FROM THE LOWER CRETACEOUS (ALBIAN) THERMOPOLIS
SHALE OF MONTANA. PAT S. DRUCKENMILLER, pages 29?42.

SOFT TISSUE PRESERVATION OF THE CRANIAL CREST OF THE PTEROSAUR
GERMANODACTYLUS FROM SOLNHOFEN. S. CHRISTOPHER BENNETT, pages 43?48.

A NEW AND PRIMITIVE ENANTIORNITHINE BIRD FROM THE EARLY CRETACEOUS OF CHINA.
ZHONGHE ZHOU, pages 49?57.

A DEFINITIVE ABELISAURID THEROPOD DINOSAUR FROM THE EARLY LATE CRETACEOUS OF
PATAGONIA. MATTHEW C. LAMANNA, RUBÉN D. MARTÍNEZ, and JOSHUA B. SMITH, pages
58?69.

A DREPANOSAURID PECTORAL GIRDLE FROM THE GHOST RANCH (WHITAKER) COELOPHYSIS
QUARRY (CHINLE GROUP, ROCK POINT FORMATION, RHAETIAN), NEW MEXICO. JERALD D.
HARRIS, and ALEX DOWNS, pages 70?75.

MULTIPLE INJURY AND INFECTION IN A SUB-ADULT THEROPOD DINOSAUR> ALLOSAURUS
FRAGILIS WITH COMPARISONS TO ALLOSAUR PATHOLOGY IN THE CLEVELAND-LLOYD
DINOSAUR QUARRY COLLECTION. REBECCA R. HANNA, pages 76?90.

STRATIGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION AND HABITAT SEGREGATION OF MOSASAURS IN THE UPPER
CRETACEOUS OF WESTERN AND CENTRAL ALABAMA, WITH AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF
ALABAMA MOSASAUR DISCOVERIES. CAITLIN R. KIERNAN, pages 91?103.

ON THE PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS OF THE CRETACEOUS SNAKES WITH LEGS, WITH
SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PACHYRHACHIS PROBLEMATICUS (SQUAMATA, SERPENTES).
HUSSAM ZAHER, and OLIVIER RIEPPEL, pages 104?109.

NEW ENANTIORNITHINE BIRD FROM THE MARINE UPPER CRETACEOUS OF ALABAMA. LUIS
M. CHIAPPE, JAMES P. LAMB, and PER G. P. ERICSON, pages 170?174.

LATE CRETACEOUS AVIAN EGGS WITH EMBRYOS FROM ARGENTINA. MARY H. SCHWEITZER,
FRANKIE D. JACKSON, LUIS M. CHIAPPE, JAMES G. SCHMITT, JORGE O. CALVO, and
DAVID E. RUBILAR, pages 191?195.

A CRESTED RHAMPHORHYNCHOID PTEROSAUR FROM THE LATE TRIASSIC OF AUSTRIA.
FABIO M. DALLA VECCHIA, RUPERT WILD, HAGEN HOPF, and JOACHIM REITNER, pages
196?199.

Hope to review some of these for you on Monday.  Incidentally: congrats to
Caitlin Matt, Josh, Jerry, and Fabio on their publications.

                Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
                Vertebrate Paleontologist
Department of Geology           Director, Earth, Life & Time Program
University of Maryland          College Park Scholars
                College Park, MD  20742
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