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PALEO NEWS:       The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the newest publication (number 10) in the Paleontological Contributions series, a thematic collection of papers on arthropod inclusions in Late Cretaceous amber from the Vendée, north-west France. The publication Fossil arthropods in Late Cretaceous Vendean amber (northwestern France) can be downloaded as a complete book, or in 10 individual chapters from the KU ScholarWorks site (http://kuscholarworks.ku.edu/handle/1808/4492).

AND THAT'S NOT ALL:       The Paleontological Institute is also pleased to announce the publication of the latest article in Treatise Online: Jörg Maletz, Denis E. B. Bates, Edsel D. Brussa, Roger A. Cooper, Alfred C. Lenz, John F. Riva, Blanca A. Toro & Yuandong Zhang. March 2014 Part V, Revision 2, Volume 1, Chapter 12 Glossary of the Hemichordata Treatise Online 62:1-23, 6 figs.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE:       Paul Selden, Gulf-Hedberg Distinguished Professor of Invertebrate Paleontology and Director of the Paleontological Institute, has published an article, A giant spider from the Jurassic of China reveals greater diversity of the orbicularian stem group, in the December 2013 issue of Naturwissenschaften.
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   Last Updated 12/4/2014