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Nasolacrimal anatomy and haplorhine origins.
Rossie JB, et al. J Hum Evol 2018. PMID 29447758
Computed tomography X-ray imaging of the internal face in well-preserved primate fossil crania permits reconstruction of the nature of their nasal anatomy, including some soft-tissue features. ...Here we examine the nasolacrimal morphology of a broad sample of extant primates, as well as a number of Paleogene fossils. The extant sample confirms the distinctiveness of the two suborders. ...
Computed tomography X-ray imaging of the internal face in well-preserved primate fossil crania permits reconstruction of the nature of their …
Fuxianhuiids
Ortega-Hernández J, et al. Curr Biol 2018. PMID 29990450 Free article.
Histology and affinity of anaspids, and the early evolution of the vertebrate dermal skeleton.
Keating JN and Donoghue PC. Proc Biol Sci 2016. PMID 26962140 Free PMC article.
Here we survey the histology of representatives spanning anaspid diversity and infer their generalized skeletal architecture. ...
Here we survey the histology of representatives spanning anaspid diversity and infer their generalized skeletal architecture. ...
Origin of spiders and their spinning organs illuminated by mid-Cretaceous amber fossils.
Huang D, et al. Nat Ecol Evol 2018. PMID 29403076
Understanding the genealogical relationships among the arachnid orders is an onerous task, but fossils have aided in anchoring some branches of the arachnid tree of life. The discovery of Palaeozoic fossils with characters found in both extant spiders and other arachnids provided evidence for a series of extinctions of what was thought to be a grade, Uraraneida, that led to modern spiders. ...
Understanding the genealogical relationships among the arachnid orders is an onerous task, but fossils have aided in anchoring some b …
Reconstructing an incomparable organism: the Chalicothere in nineteenth and early-twentieth century palaeontology
Manias C. Hist Philos Life Sci 2018. PMID 29362901
However, rather than prevent comparisons, these actually led to comparative analogies becoming flexible and varied, with different forms of comparison being made with varying methods and degrees of confidence, and with the anatomy, movement and behaviour of giraffes, bears, horses, anteaters, primates and other organisms all serving at various points as potential models for different aspects of the animal. ...
However, rather than prevent comparisons, these actually led to comparative analogies becoming flexible and varied, with different forms of …
Scapular anatomy of Paranthropus boisei from Ileret, Kenya.
Green DJ, et al. J Hum Evol 2018. PMID 30502893
A sufficient amount of anatomy is preserved to compare KNM-ER 47000A with scapulae of several Australopithecus species, extinct Homo, and living hominoids. ...While this morphology does not imply a strong commitment to arboreality, its scapular spine is obliquely oriented-as in gorillas and some Australopithecus fossils-particularly when compared to the more horizontal orientation seen in KNM-WT 15000 and modern humans. ...
A sufficient amount of anatomy is preserved to compare KNM-ER 47000A with scapulae of several Australopithecus species, extinct Homo, …
Functional Morphology in Paleobiology: Origins of the Method of 'Paradigms'
Rudwick MJS. J Hist Biol 2018. PMID 28484858
From the early nineteenth century, the successful use of fossils in stratigraphy oriented paleontology (and particularly the study of fossil invertebrates) towards geology. ...This article describes the origins of the kind of functional inference for fossils that I proposed in 1961 as the method of 'paradigms' (a year before Thomas Kuhn made that word more widely familiar with a quite different meaning). ...
From the early nineteenth century, the successful use of fossils in stratigraphy oriented paleontology (and particularly the study of …
The fossil flip-leaves (Retrophyllum, Podocarpaceae) of southern South America
Wilf P, et al. Am J Bot 2017. PMID 29885237 Free article.
Evolutionary, biogeographic, and paleoecological insights from previously described fossils are limited because they preserve little foliar variation and no reproductive structures. ...The leaf morphology of the fossils suggests significant drought vulnerability as in living Retrophyllum, indicating humid paleoenvironments....
Evolutionary, biogeographic, and paleoecological insights from previously described fossils are limited because they preserve little …
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