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  1. An echinoid fauna from the Early–Middle Eocene of Jamaica has yielded six species of echinoid: the phymosomatoid Acanthechinus peloria (Arnold and Clark); the oligopygoid Oligopygus sp.; the clypeasteroids Fibula...

    Authors: Conrad van den Ende and Stephen K. Donovan

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2015 134:72

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  2. Fossil material from 90 fossil localities, mostly paleokarstic, has been gathered together to study western European bat evolution and diversity from the middle Eocene (~44 Ma) to the early late Oligocene (~29...

    Authors: Elodie Maitre

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2014 133:69

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  3. Analyzing and interpreting life history data (e.g., aging and longevity, age at sexual maturity) are fundamental in many paleontological studies. In the case of extant and fossil fishes, otoliths, and to a les...

    Authors: Torsten M. Scheyer, Leonhard Schmid, Heinz Furrer and Marcelo R. Sánchez-Villagra

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2014 133:68

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  4. The Early Miocene Pirabas Formation represents extensive carbonate and siliciclastic belts deposited in marine coastal environments along the eastern Amazon coast. This formation was studied in its palynologic...

    Authors: Orangel Aguilera, José Tasso Felix Guimarães and Heloisa Moraes-Santos

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2014 133:66

    Content type: Erratum

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    The original article was published in Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:s13358-013-0051-5

  5. During the Cenozoic paucituberculatans were much more diverse taxonomically and ecomorphologically than the three extant genera of shrew-like marsupials. Among paucituberculatans, palaeothentids were abundant ...

    Authors: Analia M. Forasiepi, Marcelo R. Sánchez-Villagra, Thomas Schmelzle, Sandrine Ladevèze and Richard F. Kay

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2014 133:63

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  6. Coral reef terraces are investigated in five localities around Marsa Alam on the Egyptian Red Sea Coast. The reefal limestones and the alternating terrigenous clastics are assigned to the Pleistocene Samadai F...

    Authors: Mahmoud A. Kora, Salah N. Ayyad and Heba M. El-Desouky

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2014 133:65

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  7. The extent of propodal tuberculation is considered taxonomically important for species of the callianassid genus Glypturus (Decapoda: Axiidea). Based on cheliped material from the Middle-Late Miocene of Iran, Gly...

    Authors: Matúš Hyžný, Ali Bahrami, Adiël A. Klompmaker, Mehdi Yazdi, Roger W. Portell and Christian Neumann

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:60

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  8. Intensive sampling of the lower portion of the Thaynes and Moenkopi Groups (Lower Triassic) at separate localities within the Confusion Range, Pahvant Range, Mineral Mountains, Star Range, Kanarraville, Cedar ...

    Authors: Arnaud Brayard, Kevin G. Bylund, James F. Jenks, Daniel A. Stephen, Nicolas Olivier, Gilles Escarguel, Emmanuel Fara and Emmanuelle Vennin

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:58

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  9. Lower Permian vertebrates from both terrestrial and aquatic organisms have been collected from Archer County, Texas, for over a century. These include preserved shark cartilage and spiral bromalites presumed t...

    Authors: Christen D. Shelton

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:57

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  10. The small rotaliids (Foraminiferida) found in Cenomanian rock thin sections of Oman and Morocco are diversified. A continuum of morphotypes is divided within 3 taxa described as subspecies of Rotorbinella mesogee...

    Authors: André Piuz and Christian Meister

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:54

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  11. Two facies are recognized in the Taquaral Member, base of the Artinskian Irati Formation, Parana Basin, Brazil: (1) The sandstone and conglomerate facies, mostly present in the lower part of the member, is thi...

    Authors: Artur Chahud and Setembrino Petri

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:55

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  12. Ariidae catfish are described from the early Miocene Pirabas Formation in northeastern Brazil, Cantaure and Castillo formations in northwestern Venezuela, and Castilletes Formation in North Colombia. A skull f...

    Authors: Orangel Antonio Aguilera, Heloisa Moraes-Santos, Sue Costa, Fumio Ohe, Carlos Jaramillo and Afonso Nogueira

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:52

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  13. The Early Miocene Pirabas Formation represents extensive carbonate and siliciclastic belts deposited in marine coastal environments along the Eastern Amazon coast. This Formation was studied in its palynologic...

    Authors: Orangel Aguilera, José Tasso Felix Guimarães and Heloisa Moraes-Santos

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:51

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2014 133:s13358-014-0066-6

  14. On Aferdou El Mrakib, a large reef mound in the Maïder region (Anti-Atlas, Morocco), thick-shelled gypidulids of two genera are locally very abundant. Like Stringocephalus in the shallow water limestone formation...

    Authors: Lorena Tessitore, Mena Schemm-Gregory, Dieter Korn, Ferdinand R. W. P. Wild, Carole Naglik and Christian Klug

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:50

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  15. A new collection of tests of the Chalk (Late Cretaceous) holasteroid echinoid Echinocorys ex gr. scutata Leske, occurring as clasts on the beach between Overstrand and Cromer, north Norfolk, England, show a range...

    Authors: Stephen K. Donovan

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2013 132:49

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  16. Depth reconstruction based on the extrapolation to fossil assemblages of present-day depth ranges of closely related groups is one of the most widely used approaches in palaeobathymetry. Here, we assess the op...

    Authors: Ben Thuy and Christian A. Meyer

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 132:48

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  17. The Guneri dome, situated in the Western Kachchh, is famous for its prominent exposures of Lower Cretaceous sandstone-dominated Guneri member belonging to the Bhuj formation. The ichnogenus Balanoglossites Mägdef...

    Authors: Bhawanisingh G. Desai and Rajendra Dutt Saklani

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:45

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  18. The Late Miocene Urumaco Formation, Northwestern Venezuela, one of the most fossiliferous units in the Neogene of tropical America, represents a shallow, marginal marine to deltaic wetland and fluvial system. ...

    Authors: Orangel Aguilera and Alexander P. Marceniuk

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:43

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  19. A few isolated mammal teeth from some Greek coal samples of unknown origin represent a small bothriodontine anthracotheriid, ascribed to Elomeryx. Analysis of the coalification stage of the fossil-bearing coal sa...

    Authors: Dimitris S. Kostopoulos, George D. Koufos and Kimon Christanis

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:41

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 132:s13358-012-0047-6

  20. New dental material—one maxilla bearing P3 and P4—of Early Pliocene hyaenid Hyaenictitherium pilgrimi from the Dhok Pathan Formation of Hasnot is described and discussed. The presence of this hyaenid from the Ear...

    Authors: Abdul Ghaffar and Muhammad Akhtar

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:42

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  21. A new tracksite located in the Mesozoic autochthonous series covering the Aiguilles Rouges Massif, circa 7 km to the NNE of the tracksite of the Vieux Emosson, is briefly described. The trampled bed is most li...

    Authors: Lionel Cavin, Marco Avanzini, Massimo Bernardi, André Piuz, Pierre-Alain Proz, Christian Meister, Jean Boissonnas and Christian A. Meyer

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:40

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  22. The fossil record of phiomorph hystricognathous rodents from the Afro-Arabian Paleogene is important for understanding the origins and dispersal routes of the early crown hystricognaths. Here, we describe a “n...

    Authors: Hesham M. Sallam, Erik R. Seiffert and Elwyn L. Simons

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:39

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  23. New or poorly known Soricids from the Early Miocene of Central France (Limagne d’Allier) and from the Middle Miocene of South-Eastern France (near Lyon) are studied; one new genus (Viretia) and a new species (Car...

    Authors: Marguerite Hugueney, Pierre Mein and Olivier Maridet

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:36

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  24. A revision of the Late Turolian (Messinian)–Biharian (Early Pleistocene) lagomorphs from Tuscany kept in the collections of the Basel Naturhistorisches Museum is the basis for increasing our knowledge on the L...

    Authors: Chiara Angelone and Lorenzo Rook

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2012 131:35

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  25. The study of extinct Eomyid rodents represents an important segment of Burkart Engesser’s scientific work. To pay tribute to Burkhard’s work, this paper presents remains of Eomyops Engesser, 1979 from the German

    Authors: Jérôme Prieto

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 131:33

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  26. The mammalian fauna of the German locality Ulm-Westtangente from the Aquitanian Lower Freshwater Molasse is investigated. The fauna is compared to other rich European localities of the same time period. It is ...

    Authors: Loïc Costeur, Olivier Maridet, Stéphane Peigné and Elmar P. J. Heizmann

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 131:34

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  27. Since the first exploitation of the Huppersandstones quarry of Rickenbach (Canton Solothurn, Switzerland) in 1898, many fossils of plants, molluscs, and vertebrates have been discovered. The study of the small...

    Authors: Bastien Mennecart, Laureline Scherler, Florent Hiard, Damien Becker and Jean-Pierre Berger

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 131:31

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  28. Foot proportions, and in particular the lengthening of the tarsal elements, play a fundamental role in the discussion on the locomotor adaptations of Palaeogene primates. The elongation of the distal portion o...

    Authors: Salvador Moyà-Solà, Meike Köhler, David M. Alba and Imma Roig

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 131:32

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  29. This paper provides new information on the Late Miocene small mammal assemblage from Plakias, which includes a re-evaluation of the rodents described in De Bruijn and Meulenkamp (Proceedings Koninklijke Nederl...

    Authors: Hans de Bruijn, Constantin S. Doukas, Lars W. van den Hoek Ostende and Willem Jan Zachariasse

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 131:30

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  30. Recent paleontological excavations of the Middle Miocene sandstones (top of the “Schlier” facies) near Mazan, Vaucluse (southern France) uncovered a rich selachian teeth assemblage including 34 shark and ray s...

    Authors: Nicolas Vialle, Sylvain Adnet and Henri Cappetta

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 130:241

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  31. We report herein new discoveries of Gliridae and Eomyidae (Mammalia, Rodentia) from the new Early Miocene locality XJ 200604, located northwest to the Burqin city, northern Xinjiang province, China. These spec...

    Authors: Olivier Maridet, Wen-Yu Wu, Jie Ye, Xi-Jun Ni and Jin Meng

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 130:315

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  32. Recent extensive investigations in the Salt Range (Pakistan) yielded abundant, well-preserved ammonoid faunas of earliest to latest Smithian age that provided the basis for a major revision of Smithian ammonoi...

    Authors: Thomas Brühwiler, Hugo Bucher, Ghazala Roohi, Aamir Yaseen and Khalil Rehman

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 130:18

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  33. The new genus and species of surgeon fish, Glarithurus friedmani (Acanthuridae), from the Lower Oligocene (Rupelian) of Kanton Glarus, Switzerland, differs from all other acanthurid fishes, fossil and extant, by ...

    Authors: James C. Tyler and Norbert R. Micklich

    Citation: Swiss Journal of Palaeontology 2011 130:16

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