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(Note: PaleoBios did not publish in 1989)
LINDBERG, D.R. Recent and fossil species of the genus Erginus from the North Pacific Ocean (Patellogastropoda: Mollusca).
HUTCHISON, J.H. Late Pliocene (Blancan) Scapanus (Scapanus) (Talpidae: Mammalia) from the Glenns Ferry Formation of Idaho.
LAWS, R.A., and D.E. FASTOVSKY. Characters, stratigraphy, and “depopperate” logic: An essay on phylogenetic reconstruction.
BRYANT, L.J. Belonostomus (Teleostei: Aspidorhynchidae) from the Late Paleocene of North Dakota.
No. 42, July 23, 1984 ($2.00) 46 pp. [PDF]
BARNES, L.G. Fossil odontocetes (Mammalia: Cetacea) from the Almejas Formation, Isla Cedros, Mexico.
DURHAM, J.W., and F. MOJAB. Clypeaster biarritzensis Cotteau (Echinoidea) in Lower Asmari Formation (Early Oligocene) of southwest Iran.
BRYANT, L.J. Hesperornis in Alaska.
No. 39, 1983 ($2.00) 14 pp. [PDF]
NAYLOR, B.G. A new salamander of the family Batrachosauridae from the Late Miocene of North America, with notes on other batrachosauroidids.
CHIMENT, J.J., and V.J. CHIMENT. An index to Mesozoic mammals: The first two-thirds of mammalian history.
HUTCHISON, J.H. Emydoidea (Emydidae: Testudines) from the Barstovian (Miocene) of Nebraska.
HIRSCHFELD, S.E. Pliometanastes protistus (Edentata: Megalonychidae) from Knight’s Ferry, California with a discussion of early Hemphillian megalonychids.
MUNTHE, K. Skeletal morphology and function of the Miocene rodent Schizodontomys harkseni.
FOSTER, D.E. Osteopygis sp., a marine turtle from the Late Cretaceous Moreno Formation of California.
No. 33, 1980 (OUT OF PRINT) 10 pp. [PDF]
CLEMENS, W.A. Gallolestes pachymandibularis (Mammalia: Theria, incertae sedis) from Late Cretaceous deposits in Baja California del Norte, Mexico.
No. 32, 1980 (OUT OF PRINT) 7 pp. [PDF]
CHOW, M.-C., and J.-J. ZHENG (with an Appendix by G.V. SHKURKIN). The mammal-bearing Early Tertiary horizons of China.
GAUTHIER, J.A. Anniella (Sauria: Anguidae) from the Miocene of California.