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PALAEONEWS
No.3 2016
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    The major Hirnantian (latest Ordovician) glaciation substantially affected tropical regions (Wang et al., 2016, Geological Magazine).

 

 

    Animal fossils from the lower Ediacaran Lantian Formation of South China (Wan et al., 2016, Palaeontology).

 

    New Cretaceous fossils shed light on the early evolution of ants (Perrichot et al., 2016, Current Biology).

 

    A unique angiosperm from the Middle Jurassic of Inner Mongolia, China (Liu et al., 2016, Historical Biology).

 

 

    Middle Visean (Late Devonian) coral biostrome found in South China (Yao et al., 2016, Palaeo-3).

 

 

    New fossil insect order elucidates major transition from chewing to piercing mouthparts (Huang et al., 2015, Scientific Reports).

 

 

    New findings of fossil wood from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota (Ding et al., 2016, Cretaceous Research).

 

 

    Paleoatmospheric CO2 levels reconstructed based on fossil Ginkgoites from Triassic and Jurassic in China (Wu et al., 2016, Paläontologische Zeitschrift).

 

    Discovery of the Jehol Biota from Bayingebi Basin, northwest China (Li et al., 2016, Palaeoworld).

 

 

    New brachiopod from Norway and South China in the recovery interval after the end Ordovician mass extinction (Huang et al., 2016., Alcheringa).

 

    A whole plant herbaceous angiosperm from the Middle Jurassic of China (Han et al., 2016, Acta Geologica Sinica).

 

 

    Morphological analysis of Ozarkodin (Emsian conodonts) from South China (Lu, 2016, Alcheringa).

 

 

    Recovery brachiopod associations from the lower Silurian of South China (Huang et al., 2016, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences).

 

 

    The earliest known cormose rhizomorph of putative lycopsid affinity from China (Xu & Wang, 2016, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology).

 

 

    Furongian (upper Cambrian) Guole Konservat-Lagerstätte in South China (Zhu et al., 2016, Acta Geologica Sinica).

 

 

    Newly recognized Hirnantian (latest Ordovician) postglacial carbonate rocks and the shelly fossils of South China (Wang et al., 2016, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences).

 

    First record of Norian (Triassic) fossil wood from the Junggar Basin, northwest China (Wan et al., 2016. Palaeo-3).

 

 

    New results obtained from the studies on the Mesozoic Dipteridaceae ferns (Wang et al., 2015. Journal of Plant Research).

 

 

    Oceanic redox evolution across the end-Permian mass extinction at Shangsi, South China (Xiang, 2016, Palaeo-3 ). 

 

.....CONTENTS OF PALAEONEWS NO.3...... 

 
 
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