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The Triassic System: New Developments in Stratigraphy and Paleontology volume (free pdfs)



From: Ben Creisler
bcreisler@gmail.com

Rather than post these papers in bits and pieces, the entire volume:

Tanner, L.H., Spielmann, J.A. and Lucas, S.G., eds., 2013,
The Triassic System: New Developments in Stratigraphy and Paleontology
New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin 61

can be accessed with free pdfs at this link:

http://paleo.cortland.edu/globaltriassic2/

Here's the list of Triassic tetrapod articles:



A comprehensive survey of Triassic stereospondyls from southern Brazil
with comments on their overall significance
Sérgio Dias-da-Silva and Eliseu Vieira Dias
Pages 93–102 PDF (5.7 MB)

Review of the Middle Triassic “sea cow” Placodus gigas (Reptilia) in
Pangea’s shallow marine macroalgae meadows of Europe
Cajus G. Diedrich
Pages 104–131 PDF (32.2 MB)

Shallow marine sauropterygian reptile biodiversity and change in the
Bad Sulza Formation (Illyrian, Middle Triassic) of central Germany,
and a contribution to the evolution of Nothosaurus in the Germanic
Basin
Cajus G. Diedrich
Pages 132–158 PDF (14.1 MB)

The marine pachypleurosaur Serpianosaurus germanicus nov. spec. –
skeleton and isolated bone remains from the Pelsonian (Middle
Triassic) of the European Germanic basin carbonate intertidals and its
paleobiology and taphonomy
Cajus G. Diedrich
Pages 159–168 PDF (3.9 MB)

The oldest “subaquatic flying” repitle in the world – Pistosaurus
longaevus Meyer, 1839 (Sauropterygia) from the Middle Triassic of
Europe
Cajus G. Diedrich
Pages 169–215 PDF (22.8 MB)

Distribution of basal Middle Triassic fossil reptile placodonts in the
Germanic basin and northern Tethys
Cajus G. Diedrich and Eugen Gradinaru
Pages 216–227 PDF (6.7 MB)

Mandibles of juvenile phytosaurs (Archosauria: Crurotarsi) from the
Upper Triassic Chinle Group of Texas and New Mexico, USA
Andrew B. Heckert, Hillary S. Jenkins, Spencer G. Lucas and Adrian P. Hunt
Pages 228–236 PDF (6.1 MB)

Triassic vertebrate coprolite ichnofaunas
Adrian P. Hunt, Spencer G. Lucas and Justin A. Spielmann
Pages 237–258 PDF (31.7 MB)


Possible secondarily terrestrial lifestyle in the European phytosaur
Nicrosaurus kapffi (Late Triassic, Norian): A preliminary study
Julien Kimmig
Pages 306–312 PDF (6.1 MB)

The Late Triassic tetrapod ichnotaxon Apatopus lineatus (Bock 1952)
and its distribution
Hendrik Klein and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 313–324 PDF (12.8 MB)

Evazoum gatewayensis, a new Late Triassic archosaurian ichnospecies
from Colorado: Implications for footprints in the ichnofamily
Otozoidae
Martin G. Lockley and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 345–352 PDF (4.8 MB)

A new Triassic timescale
Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 366–374 PDF (901 KB)

A new doswelliid archosauromorph from the Upper Triassic of West Texas
Spencer G. Lucas, Justin A. Spielmann and Adrian P. Hunt
Pages 382–388 PDF (11.8 MB)

Juvenile skull of the phytosaur Redondasaurus from the Upper Triassic
of New Mexico, and phytosaur ontogeny
Spencer G. Lucas, Justin A. Spielmann and Larry F. Rinehart
Pages 389–400 PDF (12.8 MB)


Diversity of continental tetrapods and plants in the Triassic of the
Southern Alps: Ichnological, paleozoological and paleobotanical
evidence
Fabio M. Petti, Massimo Bernardi, Evelyn Kustatscher, Silvio Renesto
and Marco Avanzinin
Pages 458–484 PDF (15.1 MB)

Middle Triassic vertebrate remains from Rasa Village (Varese, northern Italy)
Silvio Renestoand Vittorio Pieroni
Pages 485–488 PDF (3.7 MB)

The functional morphology of dermal bone ornamentation in temnospondyl
amphibians
Larry F. Rinehart and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 524–532 PDF (5.7 MB)

Tooth form and function in temnospondyl amphibians: Relationship of
shape to applied stress
Larry F. Rinehart and Spencer G. Lucas
Pages 533–542 PDF (5.3 MB)


The first Norian (Revueltian) rhynchosaur: Bull Canyon Formation, New
Mexico, U.S.A
A. Spielmann, Spencer G. Lucas and Adrian P. Hunt
Pages 562–566 PDF (3.5 MB)

Trilophosaurus (Archosauromorpha: Trilophosauridae) postcrania from
the Upper Triassic Blue Mesa Member of the Petrified Forest Formation
(Carnian: Adamanian), Arizona, USA
Justin A. Spielmann, Spencer G. Lucas, Andrew B. Heckert and Stan E.
Krzyzanowski
Pages 567–572 PDF (6.1 MB)

New record of Spinosuchus caseanus (Archosauromorpha:
Trilophosauridae) from the Late Triassic (Adamanian) of West Texas
Justin A. Spielmann, Spencer G. Lucas and Phillip Huber
Pages 573–576 PDF (2.9 MB)