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PALEO NEWS:       Paul Selden, Gulf-Hedberg Distinguished Professor of Invertebrate Paleontology and Director of the Paleontological Institute, has contributed to an article describing an extraordinary, mid-Cretaceous new species of arachnid discovered in amber from Myanmar.

Cretaceous arachnid Chimerarachne yingi gen. et sp. nov. illuminates spider origins (nature.com)

AND THAT'S NOT ALL:       The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the publication of the latest article in Treatise Online.

Jörg Maletz & Elena Beli. 2018.
Part V, Second Revision, Chapter 15: Subclass Graptolithina and incertae sedis family Rhabdopleuridae: Introduction and systematic descriptions.
Treatise Online 101:1–14, 8 fig.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE:       The Paleontological Institute has created Digital Treatise. Digital Treatise is an online, subscription-based service providing access to the complete content of every previously published volume of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology.

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   Last Updated 2/5/2018