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New issue of Palaeontologia Electronica

Dear list members,

the new issue of Palaeontologia Electronica is avaiable via our web
site. In fact it has been online for roughly a week now; the official
publication date, i.e., the day printed copies of all articles are
available, is July 1.
On our blog http://palaeo-electronica.org//blog there will be posts on
the individual articles in this issue.

Palaeontologia Electronica Vol. 14, No. 2
July 2011

Timing of infaunalization in shallow-marine Early Paleozoic
communities in Gondwanan settings: Discriminating evolutionary and
paleogeographic controls
M. Gabriela Mángano and Luis A. Buatois

Defense capabilities of Kentrosaurus aethiopicus Hennig, 1915
Heinrich Mallison

Phylogeny and escalation in Mellopegma and other Cambrian molluscs
Michael J. Vendrasco, Artem V. Kouchinsky, Susannah M. Porter, and
Christine Z. Fernandez

Large caviomorph rodent footprints of the Late Oligocene Vinchina
Formation, Argentina
Verónica Krapovickas and Norma L. Nasif

New data on the Oxyaenidae from the Early Eocene of Europe;
biostratigraphic, paleobiogeographic and paleoecologic implications
Floréal Solé, Emmanuel Gheerbrant and Marc Godinot

The distribution of agglutinated foraminifera in NW European seas:
Baseline data for the interpretation of fossil assemblages
John W. Murray and Elisabeth Alve

The cranial musculature of turtles
Ingmar Werneburg

First Mio-Pliocene salamander fauna from the southern Appalachians
Grant S. Boardman and Blaine W. Schubert

Hard tissue anatomy of the cranial joints in Sphenodon
(Rhynchocephalia): sutures, kinesis, and skull mechanics
Marc E.H. Jones, Neil Curtis, Michael J. Fagan, Paul O’Higgins, Susan E. Evan

Multi-view stereo 3D reconstruction of lower molars of Recent and
Pleistocene rhinoceroses for mesowear analysis
Elina Hernesniemi, Kasimir Blomstedt, and Mikael Fortelius

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Heinrich Mallison
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Palaeontologia Electronia