Lindley Hall, home of the Paleontological Institute, on the beautiful University of Kansas campus.
The Paleontological Institute is 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).
AND THAT'S NOT ALL:
The Paleontological Institute is also 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.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE:
The Paleontological Institute is also pleased to announce the availability of two new articles in Treatise Online.
Patrick N. Wyse Jackson and Caroline J. Buttler. 2015. Part G, Revised, Volume 2, Chapter 3: Preparation, Imaging, and Conservation of Paleozoic Bryozoans for Study. Treatise Online 63:1-15, 1 fig. $10.95.
Frank K. McKinney and Patrick N. Wyse Jackson. 2015. Part G, Revised, Volume 2, Chapter 8H: Names of Indeterminate, Unrecognizable, or Excluded Genera Previously Assigned to Fenestrata
. Treatise Online 63:1-5, $4.95.
Access to Treatise Online is free to members of the Palaeontological Association and Paleontological Society, as well as members of subscribing libraries. All articles can also be purchased individually.