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Fossil Friday Roundup: May 20, 2016

This week’s featured image is the skull of the new horned dinosaur Spiclypeus, from Mallon et al. 2016.

Papers:

  • Data Sources for Trait Databases: Comparing the Phenomic Content of Monographs and Evolutionary Matrices (PLOS ONE)
  • A New Centrosaurine Ceratopsid, Machairoceratops cronusi gen et sp. nov., from the Upper Sand Member of the Wahweap Formation (Middle Campanian), Southern Utah (PLOS ONE)
  • Spiclypeus shipporum gen. et sp. nov., a Boldly Audacious New Chasmosaurine Ceratopsid (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) from the Judith River Formation (Upper Cretaceous: Campanian) of Montana, USA (PLOS ONE)
  • New Eocene Coleoid (Cephalopoda) Diversity from Statolith Remains: Taxonomic Assignation, Fossil Record Analysis, and New Data for Calibrating Molecular Phylogenies (PLOS ONE)
  • Evidence of a Cooler Continental Climate in East China during the Warm Early Cenozoic (PLOS ONE)
  • The ontogenetic transformation of the mesosaurid tarsus: a contribution to the origin of the primitive amniotic astragalus (PeerJ)
  • PhySortR: a fast, flexible tool for sorting phylogenetic trees in R(PeerJ)
  • Intraspecific variation in fossil vertebrate populations: Fossil killifishes (Actinopterygii: Cyprinodontiformes) from the Oligocene of Central Europe (Palaeontologia Electronica)
  • Decimetre-scale multicellular eukaryotes from the 1.56-billion-year-old Gaoyuzhuang Formation in North China (Nature Communications)

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