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PALEO NEWS:       Paul Selden, Gulf-Hedberg Distinguished Professor of Invertebrate Paleontology, and Director of the University of Kansas Paleontological Institute, has authored the paper A bizarre armoured spider (Araneae: Tetrablemmidae) from Upper Cretaceous Myanmar amber, published in Cretaceous Research. Additional information can be found at the National Geographic website.

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

Jörg Maletz, Alfred C. Lenz, Denis E. Bates. 2016.
Part V, Second Revision, Chapter 4: Morphology of the Pterobranch Tubarium.
Treatise Online 76:1–63, 44 fig. $49.95.

Viacheslav A. Bizikov, Ronald B. Toll. 2016.
Part M, Chapter 9A: The Gladius and its Vestiges in Extant Coleoidea.
Treatise Online 77:1–31, 15 fig. $27­.95.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE: The Paleontological Institute would like to announce the creation of 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.

Offered as an annual subscripion to libraries and universities, Digital Treatise allows full access for all users within an institution's IP range to all 51 published volumes of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. Interested? Tell your libary about Digital Treatise.

Learn more about how to subscribe to Digital Treatise.


   Last Updated 7/14/2016