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New Volume on the Early Triassic Vertebrates from Karst Deposits at Czatkowice, Poland

The most recent issue (10 papers) of Palaeontologia Polonica (Volume 65, dated 2009) is dedicated to describing the vertebrate faunal assemblage a Czatkowice Poland. The issue is open access and available at the Palaeontologia Polonica website.

MARIUSZ PASZKOWSKI
The Early Triassic karst of Czatkowice 1, southern Poland

ELIZABETH COOK and CLIVE TRUEMAN
Taphonomy and geochemistry of a vertebrate microremains assemblage from the Early Triassic karst deposits at Czatkowice 1, southern Poland

MIKHAIL A. SHISHKIN and TOMASZ SULEJ
The Early Triassic temnospondyls of the Czatkowice 1 tetrapod assemblage

SUSAN E. EVANS and MAGDALENA BORSUK−BIAŁYNICKA
The Early Triassic stem−frog Czatkobatrachus from Poland

MAGDALENA BORSUK−BIAŁYNICKA and MARIUSZ LUBKA
Procolophonids from the Early Triassic of Poland

SUSAN E. EVANS
An early kuehneosaurid reptile (Reptilia: Diapsida) from the Early Triassic of Poland

SUSAN E. EVANS and MAGDALENA BORSUK−BIAŁYNICKA
A small lepidosauromorph reptile from the Early Triassic of Poland

MAGDALENA BORSUK−BIAŁYNICKA and SUSAN E. EVANS
A long−necked archosauromorph from the Early Triassic of Poland

MAGDALENA BORSUK−BIAŁYNICKA and SUSAN E. EVANS
Cranial and mandibular osteology of the Early Triassic archosauriform Osmolskina czatkowicensis from Poland

MAGDALENA BORSUK−BIAŁYNICKA and ANDRIEJ G. SENNIKOV
Archosauriform postcranial remains from the Early Triassic karst deposits of southern Poland

1 comment:

  1. http://palaeontologia.pan.pl/pp-current_volume.htm

    Direct link to the pages with PDFs. I had trouble opening your link for some reason.

    Thanks for the heads up though Bill. Looks like there's a lot of interesting reading in here.

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