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Despite some remarkable recent discoveries, the Mesozoic fossil record of salamanders remains limited, particularly for the Jurassic. Here we describe the first articulated salamander skeleton from the Jurassic of Euramerica, recovered from Upper Jurassic deposits of the Morrison Formation, Dinosaur National Monument, USA. The specimen was studied using both conventional methods and high-resolution computed tomography. It shows a combination of primitive and derived character states that distinguish it from all known Mesozoic salamanders and which permit the erection of a new genus and species, Iridotriton hechti. The derived states (including the presence of spinal nerve foramina in the tail) suggest a position...
Heterochrony in skeletal development and body size in progeny of two morphs of Arctic charr from Thingvallavatn, Iceland
Growth responses of the reef-building coral Montastraea annularis along a gradient of continental influence in the southern Gulf of Mexico
Effect of increased calcium concentration in sea water on calcification and photosynthesis in the scleractinian coral Galaxea fascicularis
Svenzea zeai, a Caribbean reef sponge with a giant larva, and Scopalina ruetzleri: a comparative fine-structural approach to classification (Demospongiae, Halichondrida, Dictyonellidae)
Monthly skeletal extension rates of the hermatypic corals Montastraea annularis and Montastraea faveolata: Biological and environmental controls
Skeletal abnormalities in wings of free-flying juvenile white pelicans (Pelecanus erythrorhynchus ) in Minnesota.
Strontium heterogeneity and speciation in coral aragonite: implications for the strontium paleothermometer
Monthly Strontium/Calcium oscillations in symbiotic coral aragonite: Biological effects limiting the precision of the paleotemperature proxy
Maternal residential exposure to hazardous wastes and risk of central nervous system and musculoskeletal birth defects
Description of the first complete skeleton of the extinct New Zealand goose Cnemiornis calcitrans (Aves: Anatidae), and a reassessment of the relationships of Cnemiornis