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New perspectives on the Late Triassic vertebrates of East Greenland : preliminary results of a Polish−Danish palaeontological expedition
The Fleming Fjord Formation (Jameson Land, East Greenland) documents a diverse assemblage of terrestrial vertebrates of Late Triassic age. Expeditions from the turn of the 21st century haveExpand
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A lower jaw of Palaeoxonodon from the Middle Jurassic of the Isle of Skye, Scotland, sheds new light on the diversity of British stem therians
The Middle Jurassic was a key interval of mammalian evolutionary history that witnessed the diversification of the therian stem group. Great Britain has yielded a significant record of mammalianExpand
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The giant pliosaurid that wasn’t—revising the marine reptiles from the Kimmeridgian, Upper Jurassic, of Krzyżanowice, Poland
Marine reptiles from the Upper Jurassic of Central Europe are rare and often fragmentary, which hinders their precise taxonomic identification and their placement in a palaeobiogeographic context.Expand
CT-Informed Skull Osteology of Palaeolagus haydeni (Mammalia: Lagomorpha) and Its Bearing on the Reconstruction of the Early Lagomorph Body Plan
Lagomorpha is a clade of herbivorous mammals nested within Euarchontoglires, one of the major placental groups represented today. It comprises two extant families with markedly different body plans:Expand
The earliest-known mammaliaform fossil from Greenland sheds light on origin of mammals
Significance Mammals underwent an adaptive radiation shortly after the acquisition of several morphological characters in their dentition and jaw. Most of these innovations evolved to facilitate moreExpand
Classification of the modernized DMS-65 folded bridge structure according to STANAG 2021 requirements
The paper attempts to establish procedures connected to the application of STANAG 2021 ENRG standardization agreement requirements in order to determine the load-bearing capacity of the DMS-65 foldedExpand
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