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2019

en Two fossil conifer species from the Neogene of Alonissos Island (Iliodroma, Greece)

Dimitra MANTZOUKA et al.

125-142, Published on 07 February 2019, art. 41 (3) DOI LSID

fr Les conditions d'acquisition de la collection Gazola de poissons fossiles du Monte Bolca (Éocène, Italie) par le Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle

Arnaud BRIGNON

11-123, Published on 25 January 2019, art. 41 (2) DOI LSID

en Two new oligohaline Hydrobia (s.l.) (Caenogastropoda) from the transitional Upper Oligocene Galatone Fm (Apulia, Southern Italy)

Daniela ESU & Odoardo GIROTTI

1-9, Published on 10 January 2019, art. 41 (1) DOI LSID

2018

en A new partial skeleton of a palaeospinacid shark (Neoselachii, Synechodontiformes) from the Albian of northern France, with a review of the taxonomic history of Early Cretaceous species of Synechodus Woodward, 1888

Frederik H. MOLLEN & Dirk C. HOVESTADT

557-574, Published on 20 December 2018, art. 40 (25) DOI LSID

en New occurrences of crabs (Decapoda, Brachyura, Eubrachyura) in the Pliocene of Florida (United States)

Àlex OSSÓ et al.

549-556, Published on 06 December 2018, art. 40 (24) DOI LSID

en Beltanelliformis brunsae Menner in Keller, Menner, Stepanov & Chumakov, 1974: an Ediacaran fossil from Neoproterozoic of Dobrogea (Romania)

Jean-Paul SAINT MARTIN & Simona SAINT MARTIN

537-548, Published on 22 November 2018, art. 40 (23) DOI LSID

en Previously unknown fossil platyrrhines (Primates) of Patagonia from the Tournouër collection at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris

Nelson M. NOVO et al.

529-535, Published on 08 November 2018, art. 40 (22) DOI LSID

en Rediscovery of the allegedly "destroyed" holotype of Weltrichia fabrei Saporta, 1891 from the Rhaetian?/Hettangian of Lozère (Southern France)

Jean-David MOREAU & Frédéric THÉVENARD

521-527, Published on 25 October 2018, art. 40 (21) DOI LSID

en The d'Orbigny Palaeontological Collection of the National Museum of Natural History and Science, Lisbon, Portugal: Historical perspective and revision of Cretaceous Cephalopoda

Fernando BARROSO-BARCENILLA et al.

505-519, Published on 11 October 2018, art. 40 (20) DOI LSID

en Two poorly known species of Foraminifera: Polystomella minuta Reuss, 1865 from the Oligocene of Germany (Bavaria) and P. falunica Allix, 1913 from the Miocene of western France (Touraine). Designation of a neotype for P. falunica

Jean-Pierre MARGEREL & Armelle POIGNANT

497-504, Published on 27 September 2018, art. 40 (19) DOI LSID


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