Paleontology and Evolutionary Science

Evidence of integumentary scale diversity in the late Jurassic Sauropod Diplodocus sp. from the Mother’s Day Quarry, Montana
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First remains of the enormous alligatoroid Deinosuchus from the Upper Cretaceous Menefee Formation, New Mexico
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Geology and taphonomy of a unique tyrannosaurid bonebed from the upper Campanian Kaiparowits Formation of southern Utah: implications for tyrannosaurid gregariousness
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A new fossil mantis shrimp and the convergent evolution of a lobster-like morphotype
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Age and growth of Palaeoloxodon huaihoensis from Penghu Channel, Taiwan: significance of their age distribution based on fossils
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Rethinking the use of finite element simulations in comparative biomechanics research
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Injuries and molting interference in a trilobite from the Cambrian (Furongian) of South China
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Feroxichthys panzhouensis sp. nov., a hump-backed colobodontid (Neopterygii, Actinopterygii) from the early Middle Triassic of Panzhou, Guizhou, China
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A new brachylophosaurin (Dinosauria: Hadrosauridae) from the Upper Cretaceous Menefee Formation of New Mexico
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Sinomacrops bondei, a new anurognathid pterosaur from the Jurassic of China and comments on the group
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This amazing fossil, discovered by me and my mom, Lisa Marshall, at the Mother’s Day Quarry in Montana, exhibits several new scale shapes and orientations never before seen in Diplodocus. https://t.co/VsY2PkGwSv 2/8

Os primeiros restos do enorme aligatoróide Deinosuchus da Formação Menefee do Cretáceo Superior, Novo México https://t.co/ZAyhjj2RJw

New @PeerJLife study explores geology and taphonomy of a unique #tyrannosaurid bonebed from southern Utah and its implications for tyrannosaurid gregariousness Full article https://t.co/6YfNU5iX2Z @DenverMuseumNS @UArkansas @colbygeology @jcu #EvolutionaryStudies #Paleontology https://t.co/BLE3ml7NVK

Just published in @PeerJLife - A #NewSpecies and new fossil mantis #shrimp and the convergent evolution of a lobster-like morphotype Research from Haug and Haug @LMU_Muenchen Read the full article https://t.co/pZIQMRg7Oj #EvolutionaryStudies #Paleontology https://t.co/zDO9rXvPNe

Idade e crescimento de Palaeoloxodon huaihoensis do Canal de Penghu, Taiwan: significado de sua distribuição etária com base em fósseis https://t.co/0mbe9FQW9X

Lesões e interferência de muda em um trilobita do Cambriano (Furongiano) do Sul da China https://t.co/pgZmoEwfuw #trilobita #trilobite

A #NewSpecies of hump-backed #colobodontid from the early Middle Triassic of #Panzhou China is named in @PeerJLife article https://t.co/5c8VjI3XX2 #Aquaculture #Fisheries #FishScience #Evolution #Paleontology https://t.co/UM0ozF5grt

Important perspective piece by @Tseng_ZJ in @thePeerJ : comparative FEA studies with low sample size (<11) can lead to false positives (for biomechanical performance - feeding ecology correlations in mammalian skulls, but probably more broadly!). https://t.co/MLsxyesVnt

An article I handled as editor has just been published @thePeerJ https://t.co/sJG7xhvj9G Congratulations to A. McDonald (@WesternCenter) and collaborators and many thanks to @AlbertPrietoMa1, P. Bell, and @paleoduck for their expert assistance! #Dinosaur #NewMexico

#Anurognathids are an elusive group of diminutive, potentially arboreal #pterosaurs. Published today in @peerjlife, Wei et al present a new genus and species from the Middle-Late Jurassic Tiaojishan Formation - Sinomacrops bondei". Read the full article https://t.co/ByrG0PtYDY https://t.co/ycGbPffkIv

Mass T. Rex Death Site Births a Terrifying Theory
https://www.newser.com/story/305146/utah-discovery-a-tipping-point-on-t-rexes.html

Tyrannosaurs may have hunted in packs like wolves, new research has found
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2021/apr/19/tyrannosaurs-may-have-hunted-in-packs-like-wolves-new-research-has-found