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Yuan et al. present a new #perleidid #neopterygian fish from the Early Triassic of South China, with a reassessment of the relationships of Perleidiformes Read the full article https://t.co/j40UXYTIAy #NewSpecies #Aquaculture #Paleontology https://t.co/rpvHJJFLDV

New paper by my PhD advisor Gabriel Aguirre on kentriods, physeteroids and squalodelphinids from Switzerland. Also, check the 3D models which are of course Open Access and free to use around. https://t.co/x0ZRoIaubU

Abnormal Devonian brachiopods from China https://t.co/EBeXYhg2HR via @PeerJLife #paleobiology #paleopathology #paleontology https://t.co/t27iqctKV4 https://t.co/zzfCek3sAM

Dental pathologies in sharks https://t.co/RAVj4oaePF via @PeerJLife

Kellner et al. present a reassessment of Faxinalipterus minimus, a purported #Triassic #pterosaur from southern Brazil with the description of a new taxon Read the full article https://t.co/y3SqmsucmV #Paleontology #Zoology https://t.co/aYOXcMlAlM

Species limits and recent diversification of Cerradomys during the Pleistocene Read the full article https://t.co/dJyNwhBl70 #Biodiversity #Genetics #MolecularBiology https://t.co/pRvNhYhnoR

An earliest Triassic age for Tasmaniolimulus and comments on synchrotron tomography of Gondwanan horseshoe crabs Paper out in @PeerJLife https://t.co/fVMjmdNzeJ @RussellBicknel1 @PatrickMarkSmi1 & Tom Brougham @UniNewEngland @austmus @ANSTO Pic: AMF38275 Austrolimulus fletcheri https://t.co/E5GmRfpveY

NEW paper fr Yann Rollot's PhD on paracryptodire evolution @thePeerJ

Ecomorphospace occupation of large herbivorous dinosaurs from Late Jurassic through to Late Cretaceous time in North America Read the full article https://t.co/j5zpnTfmq3 #Ecology #EvolutionaryStudies #Paleontology #Zoology https://t.co/7WXOb9RFjN

The first fossil immature of Elmidae: an unusual riffle beetle larva preserved in Baltic amber https://t.co/gCNYUgDfzq via @PeerJLife https://t.co/zofwkXhusc https://t.co/uNePR49Ikt

225-million-year-old reptile is not a pterosaur, study shows
https://cmio.org/en/world/latin-america/brazil/671931-225-million-year-old-reptile-is-not-a-pterosaur-study-shows

A new 225-million-year-old reptile from Brazil
https://phys.org/news/2022-05-million-year-old-reptile-brazil.html

A New 225-Million-Year-Old Reptile From Brazil
https://seculartimes.com/a-new-225-million-year-old-reptile-from-brazil/

A New 225-Million-Year-Old Reptile From Brazil
https://vervetimes.com/a-new-225-million-year-old-reptile-from-brazil/