Lindley Hall, home of the Paleontological Institute, on the beautiful University of Kansas campus.
The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the publication of the latest article in Treatise Online:
Frank K. McKinney and Patrick N. Wyse Jackson. 2015.
Part G, Revised, Volume 2, Chapter 8A: Order Fenestrata: Morphology and Growth
Treatise Online 66:1-91, 54 figs.
AND THAT'S NOT ALL:
The Paleontological Institute is also pleased to announce two new publications in the Paleontological Contributions series:
Paleontological Contributions 12, Joseph Carter, Cristian Altaba, Laurie Anderson, David Campbell, Zongjie Fang, Peter Harries, and Peter Skelton, 2015, The paracladistic approach to phylogenetic taxonomy.
Paleontological Contributions 13, Rosemary Baron-Szabo and Stephen Cairns, 2015, A new rhizangiid genus from the Miocene of North America (Sclerangia n. gen.; Florida, USA).
These and other Paleontlogical Contributions articles can be downloaded from the KU ScholarWorks site (http://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/handle/1808/4492).
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE:
The Paleontological Institute is even more pleased to announce the availability of its latest publication: Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part E (Revised), Porifera, volumes 4 and 5.
Comprised of the work of 15 authors and covering the hypercalcified sponges (i.e., stromatoporoids, chaetetids, and their allies), this large, two-volumes set is now available for purchase. Members of the Palaeontological Association and the Paleontological Society can take advantage of a 20% discount through their members’ web sites.