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2005 Supplementary Data

February 2005, Volume 20, Number 1
Early Cambrian Food Chain: New Evidence from Fossil Aggregates in the Maotianshan Shale Biota, SW China
  Vannier, J., and Chen, J.-Y.
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April 2005, Volume 20, Number 2
Molluscan Taphofacies in Recent Carbonate Reef/Lagoon Systems and their Application to Sub-Fossil Samples from Reef Cores
     Parsons-Hubbard, K.
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June 2005, Volume 20, Number 3
Reconstruction of Different Wetland Plant Habitats of the Pannonian Basin System (Neogene, Eastern Austria)
     Hofmann, C.-C. and Zetter, R.
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Non-Predatory Shell Damage in Neogene Western Atlantic Deep-Burrowing Bivalves
     Alexander R.R., and Dietl, G.P.
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August 2005, Volume 20, Number 4
Evaluating the Relationship Between Pedofacies and Faunal Composition: Implications for Faunal Turnover at the Paleocene-Eocene Boundary
     Clyde, W.C., Finarelli, J.A., and Christensen, K.E.
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October 2005, Volume 20, Number 5
Taphonomic Trends of Macrofloral Assemblages Across the Permian-Triassic Boundary, Karoo Basin, South Africa
     Robert A. Gastaldo, Rose Adendorff, Marion Bamford, Conrad C. Labandeira, Johann Neveling, and Hallie Sims
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Leaf Margin Analysis: taphonomic constraints
     Greenwood, D.R.
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December 2005, Volume 20, Number 6
The sequence stratigraphic and environmental context of primitive vertebrates: Harding Sandstone, Upper Ordovician, Colorado, USA
     Allulee, J.L., and Holland, S.M.
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A New Method of Dental Microwear Analysis: Application to Extant Primates and Ouranopithecus macedoniensis (Late Miocene of Greece)
     Merceron, G., Blondel, C., De Bonis, L., Koufos, G. D., and Viriot L.
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