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New Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology



The newest edition of JVP has just appeared on BioOne. There's a ton of
potentially interesting articles in it - six on non-avian dinosaurs alone,
as well as birds, rauisuchians, choristoderes, crocodiles...

www.bioone.org/bioone/?request=get-toc&issn=0272-4634&volume=025&issue=01
should get you the table of contents.

Highlights:

A NEW MIDDLE JURASSIC XINJIANGCHELYID TURTLE (TESTUDINES; EUCRYPTODIRA) FROM
CHINA (XINJIANG, JUNGGAR BASIN). ANDREAS T. MATZKE, MICHAEL W. MAISCH,
GE SUN, HANS-U. PFRETZSCHNER, and HENRIK STÖHR.

A REASSESSMENT OF THE REFERRAL OF SEA TURTLE SKULLS TO THE GENUS OSTEOPYGIS
(LATE CRETACEOUS, NEW JERSEY, USA). JAMES F. PARHAM.

A NEW RAUISUCHIAN REPTILE (DIAPSIDA: ARCHOSAURIA) FROM THE LATE TRIASSIC OF
POLAND. TOMASZ SULEJ.

A NEW SEBECOSUCHIAN CROCODYLIFORM FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS OF PATAGONIA.
ALAN H. TURNER and JORGE O. CALVO.

MEMBRANA TESTACEA OF TITANOSAURID DINOSAUR EGGS FROM AUCA MAHUEVO
(ARGENTINA): IMPLICATIONS FOR EXCEPTIONAL PRESERVATION OF SOFT TISSUE IN
LAGERSTÄTTEN. GERALD GRELLET-TINNER.

THE SMALL THEROPOD DINOSAURS TUGULUSAURUS AND PHAEDROLOSAURUS FROM THE EARLY
CRETACEOUS OF XINJIANG, CHINA. Oliver W. M. Rauhut and Xing Xu.

A NEW GENUS AND SPECIES OF TYRANNOSAUROID FROM THE LATE CRETACEOUS (MIDDLE
CAMPANIAN) DEMOPOLIS FORMATION OF ALABAMA. THOMAS D. CARR, THOMAS
E. WILLIAMSON, and DAVID R. SCHWIMMER.

NEW INFORMATION ON THE CRANIUM OF BRACHYLOPHOSAURUS CANADENSIS (DINOSAURIA,
HADROSAURIDAE), WITH A REVISION OF ITS PHYLOGENETIC POSITION.
ALBERT PRIETO-MARQUEZ.

EARLIEST AFRICAN NEORNITHINE BIRD: A NEW SPECIES OF PROPHAETHONTIDAE (AVES)
FROM THE PALEOCENE OF MOROCCO. ESTELLE BOURDON, BAÂDI BOUYA, and
MOHAMED IAROCHENE.

EARLIEST MAMMAL WITH TRANSVERSELY EXPANDED UPPER MOLAR FROM THE LATE
TRIASSIC (CARNIAN) TIKI FORMATION, SOUTH REWA GONDWANA BASIN, INDIA. P.
M. DATTA.

RECORD OF ABELISAURIDAE (DINOSAURIA: THEROPODA) FROM THE CENOMANIAN OF
MOROCCO. LUKE MAHLER.

NODOSAURID ANKYLOSAUR FROM THE CENOMANIAN OF JAPAN. HIROSHI HAWAKAYA,
MAKOTO MANABE, and KENNETH CARPENTER.

    Cheers,

        Christopher Taylor