Tuesday, February 22, 2005

227-230: Micropaleontology 48(4)

Micropaleontology 48/4:

Upper Cretaceous diatom biostratigraphy of the Arctic archipelago and northern continental margin, Canada. Pedro M. Tapia and David M. Harwood, pages 303–342.

Dating the evolution of diatoms (diatoms are important).

Latest Guadalupian (Middle Permian) conodonts and foraminifers from West Texas. Lance L. Lambert, Bruce R. Wardlaw, Merlynd K. Nestell, and Galina P. Nestell, pages 343–364.

Transitional fossils.

Eocene ostracode faunas from the Negev, southern Israel: Taxonomy, stratigraphy and paleobiogeography. A. Honigstein, A. Rosenfeld, and C. Benjamini, pages 365–389.

New fossil species and their evolution.

Paleobiogeography of Maastrichtian to early Eocene Ostracoda of North and West Africa and the Middle East. Ashraf M. T. Elewa, pages 391–398.

Biogeography, migrations and evolution of fossil ostracods (crustaceans).