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THE STATUS OF THE SHARK GENUS LISSODUS BROUGH, 1935 , AND THE POSITION OF
NOMINAL LISSODUS SPECIES WITHIN THE HYBODONTOIDEA (SELACHII). JAN REES and
CHARLIE J. UNDERWOOD, pages 471?479.

CLADISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIPS OF THE TARRASIIDS (LOWER
CARBONIFEROUS ACTINOPTERYGIANS). RICHARD LUND and CÉCILE POPLIN, pages
480?486.

VERTEBRAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE DEVONIAN SARCOPTERYGIAN FISH EUSTHENOPTERON
FOORDI AND THE POLARITY OF VERTEBRAL EVOLUTION IN NON-AMNIOTE TETRAPODS. S.
COTE, R. CARROLL, R. CLOUTIER, and L. BAR-SAGI, pages 487?502.

A NEW IGUANODONTIAN ORNITHOPOD FROM NEUQUEN BASIN, PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA.
RODOLFO A. CORIA and JORGE O. CALVO, pages 503?509.

THE OSTEOLOGY OF MASIAKASAURUS KNOPFLERI, A SMALL ABELISAUROID (DINOSAURIA:
THEROPODA) FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS OF MADAGASCAR. MATTHEW T. CARRANO, SCOTT
D. SAMPSON, and CATHERINE A. FORSTER, pages 510?534.

IRRITATOR CHALLENGERI, A SPINOSAURID (DINOSAURIA: THEROPODA) FROM THE LOWER
CRETACEOUS OF BRAZIL. HANS-DIETER SUES, EBERHARD FREY, DAVID M. MARTILL, and
DIANE M. SCOTT, pages 535?547.

DISCOVERY OF MEGALOSAUR (DINOSAURIA, THEROPODA) IN THE MIDDLE BATHONIAN OF
NORMANDY (FRANCE) AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PHYLOGENY OF BASAL TETANURAE.
RONAN ALLAIN, pages 548?563.

EMBRYOS AND EGGS FOR THE CRETACEOUS THEROPOD DINOSAUR TROODON FORMOSUS.
DAVID J. VARRICCHIO, JOHN R. HORNER, and FRANKIE D. JACKSON, pages 564?576.

THE SKULL OF THE PISTOSAUR AUGUSTASAURUS FROM THE MIDDLE TRIASSIC OF
NORTHWESTERN NEVADA. OLIVIER RIEPPEL, P. MARTIN SANDER, and GLENN W. STORRS,
pages 577?592.

CALSOYASUCHUS VALLICEPS, A NEW CROCODYLIFORM FROM THE EARLY JURASSIC KAYENTA
FORMATION OF ARIZONA. RONALD S. TYKOSKI, TIMOTHY B. ROWE, RICHARD A.
KETCHAM, and MATTHEW W. COLBERT, pages 593?611.

AN EXTINCT PLEISTOCENE ENDEMIC MEKOSUCHINE CROCODYLIAN FROM FIJI. R. E.
MOLNAR, T. WORTHY, and P. M. A. WILLIS, pages 612?628.

A NEW SPECIES OF GIGANTIC MOSASAUR FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS OF ISRAEL. PER
CHRISTIANSEN and NIELS BONDE, pages 629?644.

LIZARDS OF THE MUSSENTUCHIT LOCAL FAUNA (ALBIAN?CENOMANIAN BOUNDARY) AND
COMMENTS ON THE EVOLUTION OF THE CRETACEOUS LIZARD FAUNA OF NORTH AMERICA.
RANDALL L. NYDAM, pages 645?660.

AN EARLY PALEOGENE TROGON (AVES: TROGONIFORMES) FROM THE FUR FORMATION,
DENMARK. ANETTE V. KRISTOFFERSEN, pages 661?666.

PETREL-LIKE BIRDS WITH A PECULIAR FOOT MORPHOLOGY FROM THE OLIGOCENE OF
GERMANY AND BELGIUM (AVES: PROCELLARIIFORMES). GERALD MAYR, D. STEFAN
PETERS, and SIEGFRIED RIETSCHEL, pages 667?676.

THE LARGE SCELIDOTHERE CATONYX TARIJENSIS (XENARTHRA, MYLODONTIDAE) FROM THE
PLEISTOCENE OF URUGUAY. H. GREGORY MCDONALD and DANIEL PEREA, pages 677?683.

A NEW CETOTHERE (CETACEA: MYSTICETI) FROM THE EARLY MIOCENE OF JAPAN.
TOSHIYUKI KIMURA and TOMOWO OZAWA, pages 684?702.

KNERIALEPIS, A NEW GENERIC NAME TO REPLACE KNERIA KARATAJUTE-TALIMAA 1997.
GAVIN HANKE and VALENTINA KARATAJUTE-TALIMAA, pages 703?703.

REVISED TAXONOMY, AGE, AND GEOGRAPHIC RANGE OF THE LARGE LAMNIFORM SHARK
CRETODUS SEMIPLICATUS. DAVID R. SCHWIMMER, G. E. HOOKS III, and BRETT
JOHNSON, pages 704?707.

LOWER DEVONIAN FISH REMAINS FROM THE FALKLAND ISLANDS. JOHN G. MAISEY,
LEONARDO BORGHI, and MARIA G. P. DE CARVALHO, pages 708?711.

THE FIRST MOSASAUR (SQUAMATA) FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS OF TURKEY. NATHALIE
BARDET and CEMAL TUNOLU, pages 712?715.

RICH DINOSAUR NESTING SITE FROM THE CRETACEOUS OF BOSUNG COUNTY,
CHULLANAM-DO PROVINCE, SOUTH KOREA. MIN HUH and DARLA K. ZELENITSKY, pages
716?718.

AN AVIAN EGG FROM THE CAMPANIAN OF BAYN DZAK, MONGOLIA. GERALD
GRELLET-TINNER and MARK NORELL, pages 719?721.

EARLIEST PACIFIC BASIN RECORD OF THE PELAGORNITHIDAE (AVES: PELECANIFORMES).
GERARDO GONZÁLEZ-BARBA, TOBIAS SCHWENNICKE, JAMES L. GOEDERT, and LAWRENCE
G. BARNES, pages 722?725.

EVOLUTION OF HERBIVORY IN TERRESTRIAL VERTEBRATES: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE
FOSSIL RECORD. JOHN P. HUNTER, pages 726?727.

MAMMOTH: THE RESURRECTION OF AN ICE-AGE GIANT. S. DAVID WEBB and JULIE
MEACHEN, pages 727?727.

A FURCULA IN THE COELOPHYSID THEROPOD SYNTARSUS. RONALD S. TYKOSKI,
CATHERINE A. FORSTER, TIMOTHY ROWE, SCOTT D. SAMPSON, and DARLINGTON
MUNYIKWA, pages 728?733.

CHURCHERIA, NEW NAME FOR ANONYMUS STORER, 1988 (VERTEBRATA, MAMMALIA,
RODENTIA), NOT ANONYMUS LANG, 1884 (PLATYHELMINTHES, TURBELLARIA,
POLYCLADIDA). JOHN E. STORER, pages 734?734.


                Thomas R. Holtz, Jr.
                Vertebrate Paleontologist
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