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JVP 29(2) Spoiler Alert
For whatever reason, I seem to get my copy of JVP a day or two ahead of
most, so for those who would appreciate a sneak preview, here's what you can
look forward to:
Bone lesions in Hadrosaurs: computed tomographic imaging as a guide for
paleohistologic and stable-isotopic analysis.
William H. Straight, Gustave L. Davis, H. Catherine W. Skinner, Andrew
Haims, Bruce L. McClennan, and Darren H. Tanke
pp. 315-325 [Featured Article]
Hindlimb osteology and distribution of basal dinosauromorphs from the Late
Triassic of North America.
Sterling J. Nesbitt, Randall B. Irmis, William G. Parker, Nathan D. Smith,
Alan H. Turner, and Timothy Rowe
pp. 498-516 [Dromomeron gregorii sp. nov.]
Reconstruction of the thoracic epaxial muculature of diplodocid and
Constraint-based exclusion of limb poses for reconstructing theropod
Stephen M. Gatesy, Martin Bäker, and John R. Hutchinson
Anatomy of the Early Cretaceous bird Rapaxavis pani, a new species from
Liaoning Province, China.
Eric M. Morschhauser, David J. Varricchio, Gao Chunling, Liu Jinyuan, Wang
Xuri, Cheng Xiadong, and Meng Qingjin
An enigmatic new lambeosaurine hadrosaur (Reptilia: Dinosauria) from the
Upper Shale Member of the Campanian Aguja Formation of Trans-Pecos, Texas.
Jonathan R. Wagner and Thomas M. Lehman
pp. 605-611 [Angulomastacator daviesi gen. et sp. nov.]
A new large basal tetanuran (Dinosauria: Theropoda) from the Wessex
Formation (Barremian) of the Isle of Wight, England.
Roger B. J. Benson, Stephen L. Brusatte, Stephen Hutt, and Darren Naish
pp. 612-615 [highly incomplete material, so no name for this one]
Earliest Gondwanan bird from the Cretaceous of southeastern Australia.
Roger A. Close, Patricia Vickers-Rich, Peter Trusler, Luis M. Chiappe,
Jingmai O'Connor, Thomas H. Rich, Lesley Kool, and Patricia Komarower
pp. 616-619 [describes a furcula from Aptian sediments of coastal Victoria]
Phylogenetic support for a specialized clade of Cretaceous enantiornithine
birds with information from a new species.
Jingmai K. O'Connor, Xuri Wang, Luis M. Chiappe, Chunling Gao, Qingjin Meng,
Xiaodong Cheng, and Jinyuan Liu
p. 635 [Erratum; corrects Figure 8]
Also, pterosaurs and tracks:
A reassessment of the Pteraichnus ichnospecies from the Early Cretaceous of
Soria Province, Spain.
Bárbara Sánchez-Hernández, Andrew G. Przewieslik, and Michael J. Benton.