Table of Contents

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Vol. 14, No. 2   April 2023

  • Additional small mammals from the Oligocene Brule Formation (Whitneyan) of southwestern North Dakota,  William W. Korth, Clint A. Boyd, and Robert J. Emry  p. 57–74.
  • Late Eocene (Chadronian) bats (Chiroptera) from the White River Group of northwestern Nebraska,  Nicholas J. Czaplewski, Gary S. Margan, and  Hannan E. LagGarry   p. 75-86.

Vol. 14, No. 1   November 2022

  • Mammals of the early Arikareean (late Oligocene) Los Patrones Parkway local fauna, Ranch Mission Viejo, Orange County, California,  Thomas S. Kelly   p. 1-31.
  • The ultimate ‘Iffyosaur’ – an unusual ichthyosaur composite containing British and German material of different geological stages,   Dean R. Lomax, Sven Sachs, and Ashley Hall   p. 32-42.
  • Braincase morphology of Baptanodonn natans (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria),  Judy A. Massare and Melissa V. Connely   p. 43-56.

Vol. 13, No. 4    May 2022              SPECIAL ISSUE

Fossil Mammals from ant mounds situated on exposures of the Big Cottonwood Creek Member of the Chadron Formation (latest Eocene-early Oligocene), Sioux County, Nebraska,   William W. Korth, Clint A. Boyd, Jeff J. Person and Deborah Anderson   p. 191-344.

Author Index to Volume 13   p. 345-346.

Vol. 13, No. 3    October 2021       SPECIAL ISSUE

Mammals of the early Uintan (Middle Eocene) Rancho Mission Viejo Local Fauna, Santiago Formation, Orange County, California,    Thomas S. Kelly   p.  141-189.

Vol. 13, No. 2    April 2021

  • Marsupials from the Blue Ash local fauna (Whitneyan, Oligocene), South Dakota. Carnivora, Artiodactyla, and additional Rodentia,
    William W. Korth and Joseph S. Sullivan  p. 69-84.
  • Insectivorans from the Medicine Pole Hills local fauna (Chadronian) of Bowman County, North Dakota,  William W. Korth, Allen J. Kihm, and Karew K. Schumaker  p. 85-105.
  • Osteichthyans from the Shark River Formation (middle Eocene) and Kirkwood Formation (early Miocene) contact, Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA with comments on habitat shifts along the Western Atlantic Coastal Plain,  Harry M. Maisch IV and Martin A. Becker  p. 106-127.
  • Narial structures in Ichthyosaurus and other early Jurassic ichthyosaurs as precursors to a completely subdivided naris,  Judy A. Massare, William R. Wahl and Dean R. Lomax  p. 128-139.

Vol. 13, No. 1   August 2020

  • New records of cricetid rodents from the medial Clarendonian (middle Miocene) Esmeralda Formation, Fish Lake Valley, Nevada,  Thomas S. Kelly, Robert A. Martin, and Christophe Ronez  p. 1-32.
  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (Whitneyan, Oligocene), South Dakota. Insectivorans (Leptictida, Apatotheria, Lipotyphla),  William W. Korth  p. 33-47.
  • Third occurrence of the problematical rodent Epeiromys from late Whitneyan
    (Oligocene) of South Dakota,  William W. Korth  p. 48-51.
  • First occurrence of a partial dentition of Rhombodus binkhorsti (Batomorphi:
    Rhombodontidae) in the Americas, with comments on the North American
    distribution of the species, David J. Cicimurri and Jun A. Ebersole  p. 52-66.
  • Erratum: Corrections to Martin et al. 2020 (Vol. 12, No. 4)  p. 67.

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  • James Gilbert Honey,  Louis H. Taylor, Lawrence J. Flynn, L. L. Jacobs, and H. A. Baskin   p. 171-174.
  • A new large body helohyid (Artiodactyla) form the Bridgerian middle Eocene
    Washakie Formation of southern Wyoming,  Benjamin J. Burger and Lea Ann Jolley  p. 175-184.
  • Additions to the Pliocene (late Blancan) vertebrate faun of the Saint David Formation In the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation area, Arizona,  Nicholas J. Czaplewski  p. 185-222.
  • Mustelidae form Observation Quarry (early Barstovian) of Nebraska, with comments on Sheep Creek and Lower Snake Creek mustelids,  Jon A. Baskin   p. 223-246.
  • Siwalik fossil Soricidae: a calibration point for the molecular phylogeny of SuncusLawrence J. Flynn, Louis L. Jacobs, Yuri Kimura, Louis H. Taylor and Yukimitsu Tomida  p. 247-258.
  • A brief history of vertebrate paleontology and the growth of the collection at the University of Arizona, Jessica A. Harrison, Jeffrey J. Saunders, and Everett H. Lindsay  p. 259-262.
  • Eocene and Oligocene mammals form the Gravelly Range of southwest Montana, Donald Lofgren, Debra Hanneman, Jackson Bibbens, Liam Gerken, Frank Hu, Anthony Runkel, Isabella Kong, Andrew Tarakji, Aspen Helgeson, Isabel Gerard, Rouqi Li, Sihan Li, and Zhihan Ji  p. 263-297.
  • A new genus of cricetid rodent (Rodentia: Cricetidae) from the Clarendonian (late Miocene) of North America and a consideration of sigmodontine origins,  Robert A. Martin, Pablo Pelaez-Comopomanes, Christophe Ronez, Franck Barbiere, Thomas S. Kelly, Everett H. Lindsay, Jon A. Baskin, Nicholas J. Czaplewski, and Ulyses F. Pardisinas  p. 298-329.  [Some pdfs being circulated have incorrect page numbers and are NOT the published version.]    Published versionMartin et al. 2020
  • New records of late Pleistocene ungulates (Bootherium and Tapirus) from north central Texas, Dale A. Winkler and Alisa J. Winkler  p. 330-341.
  • Author Index to Volume 12  p. 342-344.

Vol. 12, No. 3   December 2019

  • Small mammals of the Horse locality fauna (latest Chadronian: Eocene), Cypress Hills Formation,  John E. Storer  p. 87-108. 
  • Teleost abdominal centra from the bell river Group of Alberta, Canada,  Donald B. Brinkman  p. 190-152. 
  • Duchesnean (middle Eocene) through Arikareean (early Miocene) biostratigraphic distribution of rodent taxa in North America,  Clint A. Boyd   p. 153-170.

Vol. 12, No. 2   June 2019

  • Second record of a bat (Mammalia, Chiroptera) from the Whitneyan (Middle Oligocene)
    of North America,  William W. Korth  p. 43-45.
  • A late Pleistocene record of Drymarchon sp. (Serpentes: Colubridae: Colubrinae)
    from South Carolina,  James L. Knight and David Cicimurri  p. 46-52
  • Rodents (Mammalia) from the Mill Point local fauna (Oligocene) of Montana, William W. Korth  p. 53-67.
  • Vertebrate trace fossils in the Mowry Shale (Lower Cretaceous) of Wyoming, USA,  Melissa V. Connely  p.68-82.

Vol. 12, No. 1   October 2018

  • Oligocene (Orellian-Whitneyan) cricetid rodents (Mammalia: Rodentia) from Sioux County, Nebraska,  William W. Korth  p. 1-12.
  • A geochronologic and biochronologic reevaluation of the Coal Valley Formation, Lyon and Mineral counties, west-central Nevada,  Thomas S. Kelly p. 13-42.

Vol. 11, No. 4   April 2018

  • New records of multituberculate mammals form the Goler Formation (Tiffanian, Paleocene) of California,  Donald Lofgren, Randall L. Nydam, Maddie Gaumer, Elisa Kong, and Malcolm McKenna  p. 149-163.
  • A second specimen of Protoichthyosaurus applebyi (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria) and additional information on the genus and species,  Dean Lomax and Judy A. Massare  p. 164-178.
  • Description of unusual pathological disorders on pubes and associated left femur from a Diplodocus specimen,  Ryan J. Clayton   p. 179-187.
  • Author index to volume 11 p. 188-189.

Vol. 11, No. 3   December 2017

  • Ontogenetic change in dental dimensions of the Oligocene (Orellan) leporid Palaeolagus Leidy (Mammalia, Lagomorpha) from Nebraska,  William Korth and Venu Dharapuri   p. 77-85.
  • A rodent and a lagomorph (Mammalia) from Cameron Springs, Wyoming (Chadronian: latest Eocene) and the use of the occlusal wear pattern of cheek teeth in determining ontogenetic age of individuals of subhypsodont species,  William W. Korth, Laura. M. Gennaro, Elizabeth J. Hiwale, and Kendra A. Wienke p. 86-96.
  • Stratigraphic distributions of Pleistocene (Irvingtonian and Rancholabrean NALMA) fossil remains at the classical Fossil Lake area, Lake County, Oregon,  James E. Martin   p. 97-123.
  • Late Pleistocene megafauna from Mississippis alluvium plan gravel bars,  Danielle Husley, Nina Baghai-Riding, Christine Beck, and Eric Blackwell  p. 124-147.

Vol. 11, No. 2   March 2017

  • New records of Kimbetohia campi and Xanclomys mcgrewi (Mammalia, Multituberculata) form the Fort Union Formation of the Great Divide Basin, Wyoming,   Donald Lofgren, Gabriel Gosney, Chloe Soltis, Kristina Oney, and Lauren West   p. 43-50.
  • Rodents (Mammalia) from the Pilgrim Creek local fauna, Wyoming: a mixed Eocene and Oligocene assemblage (Duchesnean to Whitneyan),  William Korth   p. 51-72.
  • Correction to: A large forefin of Ichthyosaurus from the U.K., and estimates of the size range of the genus,  Judy A. Massare and Dean R. Lomax   p. 73-75.

Vol. 11, No. 1   October 2016

  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (Whitneyan, Oligocene), South Dakota. Rodentia part 7: additional Eutypomidae and Castoridae,  William Korth p. 1-7.
  • New records of Epihippus (Equidae) and a rhinocerotoid perissodactyl from the middle Eocene Santiago Formation of southern California,  Thomas S. Kelly and Paul C. Murphey   p. 8-30.
  • Author index to volumes 1 – 10 (1996-2016)  p. 31-41.

Vol. 10, No. 4,  June 2016

  • First evidence of the zygomasseteric structure of Diplolophus Troxell, 1923, (Mammalia, Rodentia) and its systematic implications,  William W. Korth p. 185-188.
  • Osteology of a complete skeleton of Dipoides stritoni (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the late Miocene of northern Oregon,   James E. Martin and Shawna L. Johnson    p. 189-206.
  • Composite skeletons of Ichthyosaurus in historic collections,   Judy A. Massare and Dean R. Lomax  p. 207-240
  • Index to Volume 10 241-242.

Vol. 10, No. 3,  September 2015

  • Two three-dimensionally preserved teleost neurocania from the Corsicana Formation (Upper Cretaceous, Maestrichtian), Bextar County, Texas, U.S.A.  Tiffany M. Cowan and Christopher Fielitz   p. 137-144.
  • A new species of the sciurid rodent Cedromus Wilson, 1949 (Mammalia) from the Whitneyan (middle Oligocene) of South Dakota,   William W. Korth  p. 145-148.
  • Chondrichthyans form a lag deposit between the Shark River Formation (middle Eocene) and Kirkwood formation (early Miocene), Monmouth County, New Jersey, Harry M. Maisch IV, Martin A. Becker, and John A. Chamberlain, Jr.  p. 149-183.
  • Correction: Dental measurements of Herpetotherium fugaxWilliam Korth  p. 84.

Vol. 10, No. 2,  May 2015

  • Marsupials for the Chadronian (latest Eocene) Medicine Pole Hills local fauna, North Dakota,  Allen Kihm and Karew K. Schumaker p. 93-112.
  • Mammals form the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Additional specimens of Herpetotherium Cope (Marsupialia, Didelphidae),  William Korth p. 113-118.
  • A large forefin of Ichthyosaurus from the U.K., and estimates of the size range of the genus,  Judy A. Massare, Dean R. Lomax, and Amanda Klein p. 119-135.        

Vol. 10, No. 1,  September 2014

  • New late Miocene (latest Clarendonian and earliest Hemphillian) cricetid rodents from the upper part of the Dove Spring Formation, Mojave Desert, California, Thomas S. Kelly and David P. Whistler   p. 1-48.
  • Corrected dental measurements of Aulolithomys vexillames Korth and Emry (Rodentia, Eomyidae),   William Korth and Robert J. Emry  p. 49.
  • Preliminary report on the mammals form Lane’s Little Jaw Site quarry: a latest Cretaceous (earliest Puercan?) local fauna, Hell Creek Formation southeastern Montana,   Thomas Kelly  p. 50-91.

 Vol. 9, No. 4,  April 2014

  • Size and shape variation in the late Pleistocene pine vole (Mammalia: Arvicolidae: Pitymys pinetorum) first lower molars form three caves in Kentucky and Georgia, Robert A. Martin and Kaitlin O’ Bryan  p. 159-166
  • Late Neogene beaver Dipoides from the Pipe Creek Sinkhole of Grant County, Indiana,  Robert A. Martin  p. 167-175.
  • First occurrence of plesiadapiform primates from the Chadronian (latest Eocene), Allen J. Kihm and Matthew A. Tornow   p. 176-182.
  • Chondrichthyans form the Tallahatta-Lisbon Formationcontact (Middle Eocene), Silas, Choctaw County, Alabama,  Harry M. Maisch, IV, Martin A. Becker, Ben W. Raines and John A. Chamberlain, Jr.   p. 183-209.
  • Author index to volume 9   p. 201-211.

Vol. 9, No. 3,  October 2013

  • Review of Paradjidaumo Burke (Rodentia, Eomyidae) from the Eocene and Oligocene (Duchesnean-Whitneyan) of North America,  William W. Korth                 p. 111-126.
  • A new species of Protospermophilus Gazin (Rodentia, Sciuridae) from the Miocene of Nebraska,  William Korth  p. 127-130.
  • Plesiosaurian remains form the Arkadelphia Formation – Midway Group contact.(Maastrichtian-Paleocene) Hot Spring Count, near Malvern, Arkansas, U.S.A.,  Martin A. Becker, Harry M. Maisch, IV, and John A. Chamberlain, Jr.   p. 131-143.
  • Morphology of the caudal vertebrate in Rhomaleosaurus zetlandicus and areview of the evidence for the tail fin in Plesiosauria,  Adam S. Smith  p. 144-158.

Vol. 9, No. 2,  April 2013

  • Rodents from the Chadronian (latest Eocene) Medicine Pole Hills local fauna, North Dakota. Part 2. Ischyromyidae, Sciruavidae, Aplodontidae, Sciuridae and Heliscomyidae,  Allen J. Kihm   p. 41-55.
  • New records of small mammals form the latest Uintan (middle Eocene) Strathearn local fauna, Sespe Formation, California,   Thomas S. Kelly   p. 56-69.
  • New Hemphillian (late Miocene) rodents from the Coal Valley Formation, Smith Valley, Nevada,   Thomas S. Kelly  p. 70-96.
  • A new specimen of the elasmosaurid plesiosaur Zarafasaura oceanis from the Upper Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) of Morocco,   Dean R. Lomax and William R. Wahl  p. 97-109.

Vol. 9, No. 1,  November 2012

  • Aplodontid rodents (Mammalia) from the Orellan (early Oligocene) Canyon Ferry fauna of Montana,  William W. Korth  p. 1-6.
  • Two new rodents (Mammalia) from the Chadronian (latest Eocene) of Montana and Wyoming,  William W. Korth  p. 7-12.
  • Further notes on the Port Kennedy Cave arvicolid rodents,   Robert A. Martin         p. 13-20.
  • Ontogeny of the shoulder in Polycotylus latipinnus (Plesiosauria: Polycotylidae) and its bearing on plesiosaur viviparity,  Robin O’Keefe and Christina Byrd   p. 21-31.
  • Gastric contents of a plesiosaur from the Sundance Formation (Jurassic), Hot Springs County, Wyoming, and implications for the paleobiology of cryptocleidid plesiosaurs,  William R. Wahl   p. 32-39.

Vol. 8, No. 4,  May 2012

  • A late Clarendonian local fauna from the Goliad Formation of south Texas   Jon A. Baskin and Richard C. Hulburt, Jr.   p. 187-193.
  • Osteichthyans from the Paleocene Clayton Limestone of the Midway Group, Host Spring County, Arkansas, USA: bony fish evolution across the Cretaceous-Paleocene boundary   Martin A. Becker and John A. Chamberlain, Jr.  p. 194-207.
  • New records of small mammals from the middle Eocene Duchesne River Formation, Utah, and their implications for the Uintan-Duchesnean North American Land Mammal Age   Thomas S. Kelly, Paul C. Murphey, and Stephen L. Walsh  p. 208-251.
  • Salt gland structures identified in a late Jurassic ichthyosaur, Ophthalmosaurus natans   William R. Wahl   p. 252-262.
  • The first reported Leptonectes (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria) with two associated embryos, from Somerset, England   Dean R. Lomax and Judy A. Massare 263-276.
  • Author index to Volume 8  p. 277-278.

Vol. 8, No. 3,  October 2011

  • Early Coniacian (late Cretaceous) selachian fauna from the basal Atco Formation, Lower Austin Group, northcentral Texas    Shawn A. Hamm and David J. Cicimurri     p. 107-127.
  • Small mammals from the Sespe Formation (Arikareean) of Canada Chiquita. Orange County, California     Thomas S. Kelly p. 128-141.
  • A reevaluation of the mammalian fauna from the Hallelujah Formation, Long Valley, Lassen County, California Thomas S. Kelly and Ross Secord  p. 142-154.
  • Vertebrate paleontology of the late Miocene (Hemphillian) Wilbur Locality of central Washington    James E. Martin and V. Standish Mallory  p.155-185.

Vol. 8, No. 2,  April, 2011

  • Rodents from the chadronian (latest Eocene) Medicine Pole Hills local fauna, North Dakota. Part 1. Eutypomyidae, Cylindrodontidae and Pipestoneomys     Allen J. Kihm     p. 75-90.
  • Herpetofauna of the late Miocene Sappa Creek fauna, northwestern Kansas    J. Alan Holman, Leslie P. Fay and William W. Korth p.91-99.
  • Large ichthyosaurian remains from the La Casita type locality (Tithonian, Upper Jurassic), Coahuila, Mexico      Marie-Celine Buchy and Anabel Covarrubias Cervantes      p. 100-105.

Vol. 8, No. 1,  September, 2010

  • First report of fossil Amphiuma (Amphibia: Caudata: Amphiumidae) from South Carolina, USA     James L. Knight and David Cicimurri p. 1-7.
  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Rodentia, Part 6: Family Castoridae and additional Eomyidae with a summary of the complete rodent fauna     William W. Korth p. 8-13.
  • North American Promimomys immigration event     Robert A. Martin p. 14-21.
  • An Ichthyosaurus (Reptilia, Ichthyosauria) with gastric contents from Charmouth, England: first report of the genus from the Pliensbachian     Dean R. Lomax     p. 22-36.
  • Fossil chimaeroid remains (Chondrichthyes: Holocephali) from Williamsburg County, South Carolina, USA     David J. Cicimurri     p. 37-48.
  • New records of Rodentia from the Duchesnean (middle Eocene) Simi Valley landfill local fauna, Sespe Formation, California      Thomas S. Kelly     p. 49-73.

Vol. 7, No. 4,  May 2010

  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Rodentia, Part 5: Family Cricetidae     William W. Korth p. 117-136.
  • A new chub (Actinopterygii, Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae) from the middle Miocene (early Clarendonian) Aldrich Station Formation, Lyon County, Nevada     Thomas S. Kelly p. 137-157.
  • New records of Marsupialia, Lipotyphla, and Primates from the Duchesnean (middle Eocene) Simi Valley Lanfill local fauna, Sespe Formation, California     Thomas S. Kelly p. 158-169.
  • New material from the type specimen of Megalneusaurus rex (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Jurassic Sundance Formation, Wyoming     William R. Wahl, Judy A. Massare, and Mike Ross p. 170-180.
  • Author index to Volume 7    p. 182-182.

Vol. 7, No. 3,  October, 2009

  • A new species of Heliscomys (Rodentia, Heliscomyidae) from the Duchesnean (middle Eocene) Simi Valley landfill local fauna, Sespe Formation, California     Thomas S. Kelly     p. 67-77.
  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Lipotyphyla and additional Marsupialia     William W. Korth p.78-88.
  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Rodentia, Part 4: Family Aplodontidae     William W. Korth p. 89-106.
  • Taphonomy of a nose dive: bone and tooth displacement and mineral accretion in an ichthyosaur skull     William R. Wahl p. 107-116.

Vol. 7, No. 2,  May, 2009

  • A sea turtle skull (Cheloniidae; Carettini) from the Lower Miocene Nye Formation of Oregon, U.S.A.     Donald B. Brinkman      p. 39-46.
  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Rodentia, Part 3: Family Sciuridae     William W. Korth p. 47-60.
  • The early Plesistocene Hamilton Cave muskrats and a review of muskrat size change through the late Neogene     Robert A. Martin, Federica Marcolini, and Frederick Grady p. 61-66.

Vol. 7, No. 1,  November, 2008

  • Craniometry of the Equidae part I: two dimensional shape analysis,  Robert L. Evander  p. 1-13.
  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Rodentia, part 2: families Florentiamyidae and Geomyidae,  William W. Korth  p. 14-25.
  • Domnina (Mammalia, Soricomorpha) from the latest Eocene (Chadronian) Medicine Pole Hills local fauna of North Dakota,  Allen J. Kihm and Karew K. Schumaker      p. 26-36.
  • Taxonomic note: Parapliosaccomys witteorum (Rodentia, Geomyidae), a replacement name for Parapliosaxxomys wittei Martin, 2008     James E. Martin p.37.

Vol. 6, No. 4,  June, 2008

  • Generic allocation and probable horizon of occurrence of the enigmatic geomyoid rodent Diplolophus parvusTroxell from northeastern Colorado,  William W. Korth   p. 139-143.
  • Early Arikareean (late Oligocene) Eomyidae (Mammalia, Rodentia) from Nebraska,  William W. Korth  p. 144-154.
  • Hemphillian rodents from northern Oregon and their biostratigraphic implications,  James E. Martin  p. 155-190.
  • Author index to Volume 6  p. 191-192.

Vol. 6, No. 3,  October, 2007

  • The late Cretaceous lamniform shark, (Agassiz) from the Mooreville Chalk of Alabama,  Kenshu Shimada and Davin D. Brereton  p. 105-110.
  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota, Marsupialia and Lagomorpha,  William W. Korth  p. 111-117.
  • A new genus of heliscomyid rodent (Rodentia, Geomyoidea, Heliscomyidae) based on cranial morphology,  William W. Korth  p. 118-124.
  • A new species of Bensonomys (Rodentia, Cricetidae) from the late early Hemphillian (late Miocene) Coal Valley Formation, Smith Valley, Nevada,  Thomas S. Kelly  p. 125-138.

Vol. 6, No. 2,  June, 2007

  • Mammals from the Blue Ash local fauna (late Oligocene), South Dakota. Rodentia, Part 1: families Eutypomyidae, Eomyidae, Heliscomyidae and Zetamys ,  William W. Korth  p. 31-40.
  • Actinopterygian fishes from the Upper Cretaceous rocks in Alabama, with emphasis on the teleostean genus Enchodus,  Jason P. Schein and Ronald D. Lewis  p. 41-86.
  • New western hemisphere occurrences of Schizorhyza Weiler, 1930 and Eotorpedo White, 1934 (Chondrichthyes, Batomorphii),  James L. Knight, David J. Cicimurri, and Robert W. Purdy  p. 87-93.
  • Rediscovery of Wilbur Knight’s Meglaneusaurus rex site: new material from an old pit,  William R. Wahl, Mike Ross, and Judy A. Massare  p. 94-104.

Vol. 6, No. 1,  November, 2006

  • Correction: misidentification of “Monosaulax” valentinensisWilliam W. Korth  p.1.
  • A new species of beaver (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the early Barstovian (Miocene) of Nebraska,  William W. Korth  p. 2-8.
  • Multituberculates from the Medicine Pole Hills local fauna (Chadronian) of Bowman County, North Dakota,  Karew K. Schumaker and Allen J. Kihm  p. 9-21.
  • Read all about it! The interpretive value of newspaper from old unidentified dinosaur quarries and paleontological field camps in Alberta, Canada, Darren H. Tanke  p. 22-30.

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  • Recollections.    Robert L. Carroll     p. 107-108.
  • Scientific contributions of Elizabeth L. Nicholls   109-110.
  • Nichollsemys baieri gen. et sp. nov, a primitive chelonioid turtle from the late Campanian of North America.      Donald Brinkman, Maggie Hart, Heather Jamniczky, and Matthew Colbert     p. 111-124.
  • Comparative vertebrate taphonomy of the Pembina and Sharon Springs members (Lower Middle Campanian) of the Pierre Shale, western interior.     Kenneth Carpenter    p. 125-149.
  • Review of plesiosaurians (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Upper Cretaceous Horseshoe Canyon Formation in Alberta, Canada.  Tamaki Sato and Xiao-Chun Wu  p. 150-169.
  • The occurrence of elasmosaurids (Reptilia: Plesiosauria) in the Niobrara Chalk of western Kansas.      Michael J. Everhart    p. 170-183.
  • A new elasmosaurid plesiosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) from the Lower Cretaceous Clearwater Formation, northeastern Alberta, Canada.     Patrick S. Druckenmiller and Anthony P. Russell    p. 184-199.
  • Early Cretaceous high-latitude marine reptile assemblages from southern Australia.     Benjamin P. Kear, Natalie I. Schroeder, Patricia Vickers-Rich, and Thomas H. Rich    p. 200-205.
  • Morphologic and ontogenetic patterns in elasmosaur neck length, with comments on the taxonomic utility of neck length variables.      F. Robin O’Keefe and Norton Hiller    p. 206-229.
  • Middle and Late Jurassic marine reptile faunas of the southeastern Pacific, based on discoveries in Argentina and Chile.     Zulma Gasparini and Marta Fernandez    p. 230-241.
  • Vertebral morphology of Ophthalmosaurus natans (Reptilia: Ichthyosauria) from the Jurassic Sundance Formation of Wyoming.     Judy A. Massare, Emily A. Buchholtz, Jennifer M. Kenney, and Anne Marie Chomat    p. 242-254.
  • A juvenile plesiosaur (Reptilia: Sauropterygia) assemblage from the Sundance Formation (Jurassic), Natrona County, Wyoming.    William R. Wahl   p. 255-261.
  • Author index for volume 5    p. 265-266.

Vol. 5, No. 3

  • The skull of the beaver Monosaulax valentinensis (Castoridae, Rodentia) from the Barstovian (Miocene) of Nebraska.      William W. Korth      p. 79-84.
  • A new species of Ansomys (rodentia; Aplodontidae) from the late Hemingfordian (early Miocene) of northwestern Nevada.      Thomas S. Kelly and William W. Korth  p. 85-91.
  • Redescription of Elasmosaurus platyurus Cope 1868 (Plesiosauria: Elasmosauridae) from the Upper Cretaceous (Lower Campanian) of Kansas, U.S.A.  Sven Sachs    p. 92-106.

Vol. 5, No. 2

  • A stratigraphic and taxonomic review of plesiosaurs from the old “Fort Benton Group” of central Kansas: a new assessment of old records.     Bruce A. Schumacher and Michael J. Everhart    p. 33-54.
  • Preliminary report on new vertebrates from the Upper Gannett Group (Aptian) and Wayan Formation (Albian) of east Idaho.     L.J. Krumenacker     p. 55-64.
  • Middle Pennsylvanian (Desmoinesian) chondrichthyans from the Lake Neosho Shale Member of the Altamount Limestone in Montgomery County, Kansas.     Shawn A. Hamm and David J. Cicimurri     p. 65-77.
  • In Memoriam: Barbara J. Stahl, Ph.D. 1930-2004.   p.77-78.

Vol. 5, No. 1

  • Late Mississippian (Chesterian) chondrichthyans from the Monteagle Limestone of northern Alabama.     Barbara J. Stahl and David J. Cicimurri     p. 1-14.
  • A hybodont shark from the Redwater Shale Member, Sundance Formation (Jurassic) Natrona County, Wyoming.     William R. Wahl     p. 15-19.
  • Gastric contents of an ichthyosaur from the Sundance Formation (Jurassic) of central Wyoming.     Judy A. Massare and Heather A. Young     p. 20-27.
  • In Memoriam: Bobb Schaeffer, Ph.D. 1913-2004.    p. 28-31.

Vol. 4, No. 4

  • Preliminary determination of the age of the Sappa Creek local fauna, northwestern Kansas.     William W. Korth     p. 115-124.
  • An associated dentition and calcified vertebral centra of the Late Cretaceous elasmobranch, Ptychodus anonymus Williston 1900.    Michael J. Everhart and Tom Caggiano     p. 125-136.
  • A Middle Pleistocene (late Irvingtonian) Mammalian fauna from Thistle Creek, Klondike Goldfields Region of Yukon Territory, Canada.     John E. Storer     p. 137-150.
  • A new species of Mustela (Mammalia; Carnivora; Mustelidae) from the Fort Selkirk fauna (early Pleistocene) of Yukon Territory, Canada.     John E. Storer     p. 151-155.
  • Author index to Volume 4, p.156.

Vol. 4, No. 3

  • A new quantitative approach modeling the linea sinuosa of arvicolid molars.     Andrew Siefker and Robert A. Martin     p. 69-73.
  • New data regarding the skull of Dolichorhynchops osborni (Plesiosauria: Polycotylidae) from rediscovered photos of the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology specimen.     Michael J. Everhart     p. 74-80.
  • Biostratigraphy and biochronology of early Arikareean through late Hemingfordian small mammal faunas from the Nebraska panhandle and adjacent areas.    Bruce E. Bailey     p. 81-113.

Vol. 4, No. 2

  • Centrum shape in sharks: Not a good analog for ichthyosaurs.     Judy A. Massare and Samantha J. Sharkey    p. 27-36.
  • Current taxonomic status of the plesiosaur Pantosaurus striatus from the Upper Jurassic Sundance Formation,Wyoming.     F. Robin O’Keefe and William R. Wahl, Jr.     p. 37-47.
  • Preliminary report on the osteology and relationships of a new aberant crypotocleidoid plesiosaur from the Sundance Formation, Wyoming.     F. Robin O’Keefe and William R. Wahl, Jr.     p. 48-68.

Vol. 4, No. 1

  • Topotypic cranial material of the beaver Monosaulax pansus Cope.    William W. Korth    p. 1-5.
  • A possible role for reproductive behavior in the origin of tetrapod feet.    Robert A. Martin    p. 6-9.
  • A new eomyid rodent (Mammalia) from the Hemingfordian (early Miocene) of Nevada and its relationship to Eurasian Aapeomyidae (Eomyidae).     Michael F. Morea and William W. Korth     p. 10-14.
  • Review of the castoroidine beavers (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the Clarendonian (Miocene) of northcentral Nebraska.     William W. Korth     p. 15-24.
  • Tenth Anniversary Symposium    p. 25. (program)

Vol. 3, No. 4

  • Small mammals of the Kealey Spring local fauna (early Arikareean, late Oligocene) of Saskatchewan.   John E. Storer  p. 105-133.
  • A new diminutive beaver (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the late Clarendonian (Miocene) of South Dakota.   William W. Korth and T. Mylan Stout   p. 134-138.
  • Bone microstructure of a Cretaceous ichthyosaur.   Victoria B. Lopuchowycz and Judy A. Massare   p. 139-147.
  • Author index to Volume 3   p. 148.

Vol. 3, No. 3

  • Occurrence of the European genus of beaver Euroxenomys (Rodentia, Castoridae) in North America.   William W. Korth p. 73-79.
  • Early Hemphillian (late Miocene) Sciurid rodents (Mammalia) from southeastern Idaho.   Allen R. Tedrow, Steven F. Robison, and William W. Korth   p. 80-94.
  • Vertebral morphology and swimming styles in Cretaceous plesiosaurs (Reptilia, Sauropterygia).   Judy A. Massare and Stephen T. Sperber   p. 95-103.

Vol. 3, No. 2

  • A preliminary list of late Pleistocene mammals from the Peccary Room, Yarbrough Cave, Bartow County, Georgia.     Robert A. Martin     p. 33-39.
  • Cranial morphology of some early beavers (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the Oligocene (Orellan and Whitneyan) of South Dakota.    William W. Korth    p. 40-50.
  • A new species of Anchitheriomys (Rodentia, Castoridae) and a review of the anchitheriomyine beavers from North America.    William W. Korth    p. 51-55.
  • Neohipparion affine (Perissodactyla, Equidae) from the Burge Fauna (Miocene, Clarendonian) of Brown County, Nebraska.    Robert L. Evander and Eric E. Primrose    p. 56-71.


The Meade Basin Rodent Project: A progress report.    Robert A. Martin, James G. Honey, and Pablo Pelaez-Camponanes     p. 1-32.

Vol. 2, No. 4

  • A new species of myagaulid rodent (Mammalia) from the Hemphillian (late Miocene) of Nebraska.     William W. Korth     p. 265-268.
  • The taxonomic status of Peromyscus sawrackensis Hibbard, 1964.    Robert A. Martin     p. 269-272.
  • A new species of Eutypomys Matthew (Rodentia, Eutyopmyidae) from the Orellan (Oligocene) and reevaluation of “Eutypomys” magnus Wood.     William W. Korth     p. 273-278.
  • Rediscovery of lost holotype of Monosaulax pansus (Rodentia, Castoridae).     William W. Korth p. 279-281.

Vol. 2, No. 3

  • Morphological variation in the dentition of late Pleistocene meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus) from Yarbrough Cave, Bartow County, Georgia.     Cynthia L. Gordon    p. 207-231.
  • Geomyoid rodents from the Orellan and Whitneyan (Oligocene) of northwestern South Dakota.     Allen R. Tedrow     p. 232-239.
  • Rodents and lagomorphs (Mammalia) from the Railway Quarries local fauna (Miocene, Barstovian) of Nebraska.     Robert L. Evander    p. 240-256.
  • Dakotallomys (Rodentia, Aplodontidae) a replacement name for Dakotamys Tedrow and Korth, 1997, non Dakotamys Eaton, 1995.    Allen R. Tedrow and William W. Korth p. 257.
  • A new species of beaver (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the earliest Barstovian (Miocene) of Nebraska and the phylogeny of Monosaulax Stirton.     William W. Korth     p. 258-264.


  • In memory of Jack M. Callaway.     Judy A. Massare    p. 131-133.
  • The skull of Ordosemys, an early Cretaceous turtle from Inner Mongolia, People’s Republic of China, and the interrlationships of Eucryptodira (Chelonia, Cryptodira).     Donald B. Brinkman and Wu Xiao-Chun    p. 134-147.
  • Revision of North American elasmosaurs from the Cretaceous of the western interior.    Kenneth Carpenter    p. 148-173.
  • The status of Himalayasaurus tibetensis (Ichthyopterygia).    Ryosuke Motani, Makoto Manabe, and Zhi-Ming Dong     p. 174-181.
  • The dorsal caudal fin of an early Triassic ichthyosaur – the tale of the tail.     Elizabeth L. Nicholls and Makota Manabe p. 182-189.
  • Paedomorphosis in Mosasauridae (Squamata): evidence from fossil bone microstructure.    M. Amy Sheldon and Gorden L. Bell, Jr.   p. 190-205.


  • Introductory remarks: Does Allophaiomys exist?  Robert A. Martin and Alexey Tesakov p. 1-7.
  • A review of the late Pliocene to early Pleistocene arvicolid evolution in Spain. Jorge Agustí  p. 8-15.
  • Paleoecology of Transbaikal Allophaiomys faunas. Nadya Alexeeva  p. 16-19.
  • The Allophaiomys type-material in the Hungarian collection. Janos Hír  p. 28-36.
  • The Allophaiomys populations of Betfia IX (Romania, Bihor County).  Janos Hír and Marton Venczel  p. 37-49.
  • Evolutionary changes of enamel differentiation in Pleistocene Mediterranean and Middle European populations of Microtus (Rodentia, Arvicolidae). Paola Lippi, Federico Masini, Lutz Maul, and Laura Abbazzi  p. 50-61.
  • Allophaiomys of the southern Russina Plain. Anastasia Markova and Alexander Kozharinov p. 62-69.
  • Time’s arrow and the evolutinary position of Orthriomys and Herpetomys. Robert A. Martin p. 70-73.
  • Variation in enamel differentiation of Microtus molars from the Java local fauna Walworth County, South Dakota.  Robert A. Martin, Andrea C. Bonk, and Pablo Peláez-Campomanes  p. 74-77.
  • Review and new finds of Microtus (Allophaiomys) (Rodentia, Arvicolidae) from the early Pleistocene of the Italian Peninsula.  Federico Masini, Laura Abbazzi, Paola Lippi, Benedetto Sala, and Danilo Torre  p. 78-90.
  • Allophaiomys evolutionary stage in extant MicrotusAdam Nadachowski and Andrzej Garapich  p. 91-94.
  • The position of the Tizdar locality (Taman Peninsula, Russia) in the magnetochronological scale.  Mikhail Pevzner, Alexey Tesakov, and Eleonora Vangengeim  p. 95-97.
  • Early stage of Allophaiomys evolution in eastern Europe.  Alexey Tesakov p. 98-105.
  • Allophaiomys from Turkey. EnginÜnay p. 106-109.
  • The Allophaiomys record from Zuurland, the Netherlands. Thijs Van Kolfschoten 110-115
  • Taxonomy and evolution of the genus Allophaiomys (Microtinae: Rodentia: Mammalia) in Siberia. Vladimir Zazhigin p. 116-125.
  • Evolution of the genus Allophaiomys in the south of eastern Europe.  Leonid Rekovets p. 126-129.

Vol. 1, No. 4

  • A new beaver (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the Orellan (Oligocene) of North Dakota. William W. Korth p. 127-131.
  • Cranial morphology of two Tertiary pocket mice, Perognathus and Cupidinimus (Rodentia, Heteromyidae). William W. Korth p. 132-142.
  • Cricetid rodents of the Kealey Springs local fauna (early Arikareean; late Oligocene) of Saskatchewan. Megan R. Williams and John E. Storer p. 143-149.
  • The skull and neck of the Cretaceous turtle Basilemys (Trionychoidea, Nanhsiungchelyidae), and the interrelationships of the genus  Donald B. Brinkman p. 150-157.

Vol. 1, No. 3

  • Additonal rodents (Mammalia) from the Clarendonian (Miocene) of northcentral Nebraska and a review of Clarendonian rodent biostratigraphy of that area. William W. Korth p. 97-111.
  • A new species of Aulolithomys (Rodentia, Eomyidae) from the Chadronian (late Eocene) of Wyoming.  William W. Korth and Robert J. Emry  p. 112-116.
  • Sharks as morphological analogs for ichthyosaurs.  Judy A. Massare and Jo-Anne Faulkner  p. 117-125.

Vol. 1, No. 2

  • A new subfamily of primitive pocket mice (Rodentia, Heteromyidae) from the middle Tertiary of North America. William W. Korth p. 33-66.
  • Horses (Mammalia, Equidae) from Yermo Quarry, California (Micoene, Barstovian). Robert L. Evander p. 67-79.
  • Newaplodontid rodents (Mammalia) from the Oligocene (Orellan and Whitneyan) of Slim Buttes, South Dakota. Allen R. Tedrow and William W. Korth  p. 80-90.
  • Morphological comparison of mandibles of the toothed bird Hesperornis and mosasaurs. M. Amy Sheldon p. 91-96.

Vol. 1, No. 1

  • Horses (Mammalia, Equidae) from the Barstovian (Miocene) Anceney local fauna, Montana. Robert L. Evander p.1-4.
  • Postcranial morphology and systematics of bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis) from the late Pleistocene of Wyoming. Mark C. Lawler p. 5-15.
  • Additional specimens of Agnotocastor readingi (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the Orellan (Oligocene) of Nebraska and a possible origin of the beavers. William W. Korth p. 16-20.
  • Stratigraphic distribution of mosasaurs in the Niobrara Formation of Kansas. M. Amy Sheldon p. 21-31.
  • Copemys mariae (Rodentia, Muridae) a replacement name for Copemys lindsayi Dalquest, Baskin, Schultz, 1996 non Copemys lindsayi Sutton and Korth, 1995. Jon A. Baskin and William W. Korth p. 32.

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